The National Weather Service has renewed Illinois State University as a StormReady University. The designation recognizes Illinois State’s preparations for severe weather conditions and weather emergencies.
Student Health Services and the Illinois State University Police Department will host Illinois State’s first Drug Takeback Day on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m.– 2 p.m. in the front circle drive of Thomas Metcalf School, 107 S. University Street (one block south of the Bone Student Center).
Pawfficer Sage has attended hundreds of events, made 10,000+ friends, and provided comfort in 25 instances of personal crisis.
Due to the impending winter storm with forecasts for ice, heavy snow, and high winds, Illinois State University will be closed Thursday, February 17. All classes (in-person, hybrid, and online) will be cancelled and will not be delivered remotely. Residence halls and residential dining centers will remain open. All other campus buildings will be closed Thursday.
An external review of Illinois State University Police Department is available.
The Illinois State University Police Department has been working to follow up on inquiries from students, family members, and the media.
Police continue investigation into death of student Jelani Day. Please continue to provide information to Bloomington Police at (309) 820-8888.
Only on the job for six months, Officer Tyler Creamean embodies the values and goals of the Illinois State University Police Department.
The campus community is invited to attend an open house reception celebrating the retirement of Sgt. Charlie Summers.
On average, the Illinois State University Police Department responds to more than 3,000 requests for assistance on campus. To maintain a consistent and professional response, the department relies on comprehensive, up-to-date policies.