Career Services is hosting its annual Part-time Job Fair virtually on September 2.
Illinois State University concluded its largest fundraising campaign on June 30, raising $180.9 million during Redbirds Rising: The Campaign for Illinois State. The historic campaign was supported by 56,143 donors.
The Office of Financial Aid and the Office of Technology Solutions worked closely to harness data for borrowers to help lower student loan default rates.
Illinois State donors have been giving to the Red and White Scholarship since the fund was established in 2011 to help students with unexpected financial hardships.
Illinois State University has received funding through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The money helps students with expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Career Center hosts the Part-time Job Fair to help students succeed financially and as professionals.
In this video, Cory Washington, a financial aid counselor at Illinois State, answers questions about what to expect when pursuing financial aid as a Redbird.
During his annual State of the University Address, President Larry Dietz announced new scholarships that will help to make Illinois State University even more affordable and attractive for prospective students.
Although part-time jobs may help many students financially, part-time employment can make a much larger impact than just making money.
As the State of Illinois continues to address the funding of higher education, the Career Center is hosting its annual Part-time Job Fair on September 7.