Members of Greek Life pose for a photo.

A Day in the Life: Students contribute through Greek life

hose who founded ISU’s sorority and fraternity community more than 50 years ago would be proud of the 2,500 affiliated students today, as they find meaningful ways to live their organization’s...
Alison Alcazar ’18

Fighting COVID-19: Nursing alumna shares experience caring for pandemic patients

Mennonite College of Nursing prepares students to deal with the unexpected, as has been proven by graduates in hospitals across the country.
Elizabeth (Betty) Chapman

Where are they now?

Elizabeth (Betty) Chapman came to ISU in 1983 as dean of the College of Applied Science.
Pelletier and Chicago office window.

Prescribed intervention

Mark Pelletier anticipated a rewarding career helping others in health care when he left Mennonite College of Nursing as one of few male graduates in 1981.

Share your career success

Have you recently accepted an internship, a job, or graduate school? Let your fellow Redbirds know about it!
Students working together in lab

MCN Simulation Lab proceeds with caution while following safety protocols

There have been quite a few changes this semester to policies and procedures at the Mennonite College of Nursing's (MCN) Simulation Lab.
Sophia Navarro is gaining important experience and fulfilling a critical need by using her Spanish-speaking skills at a local health clinic. (Editor's note: The photograph was taken before the coronavirus pandemic.)

Spanish-speaking nursing students serve patients at free clinic

Sophia Navarro was nervous. It was one of the first times she had to speak Spanish with a patient as part of her nursing clinical last fall at the Community Health Care Clinic (CHCC) in Normal.

Elevating Illinois’ Nurses: Mennonite College of Nursing launches BSN to DNP Graduate Nursing Program

In response to a changing healthcare environment, Illinois State University's Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) is proud to announce the launch of a new graduate program offering: BSN to DNP.
Illinois State University seniors Guido Calcagno and Shea Boston have been serving as contact tracers for the McLean County Health Department.

Redbirds assist McLean County Health Department with contact tracing

The Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) and the Department of Health Sciences have teamed up with the McLean County Health Department (MCHD) to facilitate contact tracing to help slow the spread of...
Student smiling while giving a non-verbal hand gesture.

Students learn how to negotiate their first job

Gain the confidence and the skills you need to effectively negotiate your first job offer.