Nontraditional student. Definitions of that term vary, but most interpretations include factors like age, work and family commitments, among others. Illinois State University even offers orientation days tailored for those who fit the category. Maybe the real defining characteristic is that nontraditional students have multiple, interesting layers that add to campus life. That could be said of Walter Reeves, who is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice sciences at the age of 48.
Bloomington-Normal native and Redbird legacy Isaac Faamoe was glad he stayed in his hometown to study exercise science at Illinois State University.
Josie Sales’ investment in herself allowed her to once again invest in others
In every field—be it medicine, business, sports, the arts, etc.—someone has to lead the way. Emmi Chambers, while proud of a Redbird lineage that dates back three generations, has charted her own precedent-setting path as the first Illinois State University student to commit to the curriculum of the new environmental systems science and sustainability (ESSS) major.
Illinois State University will award approximately 3,400 baccalaureate degrees and more than 700 graduate degrees to spring and summer 2021 graduates.
In addition to online ceremonies that will be prerecorded by college, all 2021, as well as 2020 Illinois State University graduates, have the opportunity to participate in the Redbird Stage Crossing.
The day you have been waiting for is quickly approaching! It’s time to make sure your Redbird Stage Crossing experience lives up to your expectations. Here are some quick tips to make your day the best it can be. Be planful about your day Although the Redbird Stage Crossing itself is brief, you may surround
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Career Services provides a variety of support to assist Redbirds in their job search and careers.