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Redbirds shared their spring commencement experiences on social media all weekend long. Check out this year’s roundup of some of the best tweets, Instagram posts, and photos to see why Illinois State is #RedbirdProud of our new graduating class.
Graduation recognition events commemorate the accomplishments of graduating Redbirds and their families.
Two bachelor’s degrees in six years have left Matt Sears ’20 well educated, well experienced, and full of memories.
Taylor Burlingame knows how to handle a challenge. When she graduates this week from Illinois State University’s School of Kinesiology and Recreation (KNR) with her bachelor’s degree in therapeutic recreation, along with a minor in psychology, it will have been a hard-earned accomplishment.
Students graduating from the Mennonite College of Nursing are prepared to provide compassionate care as they enter the nursing profession.
Graduating Redbird Daisy Rodriguez wants to do her part to make the business world more accessible for all people, regardless of their background. Much of that drive came directly from the leadership roles she has held at Illinois State University.
Illinois State graduate student Colleen Kickbush is fond of a line from the late Fred Rogers of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood fame.
Illinois State University graduates will be recognized at the spring 2022 commencement ceremonies on May 6-7.
Volunteers from across the campus community are needed to help with the Redbird Stage Crossing portion of commencement on April 28-30 and May 5-8.