Student Counseling Services is looking for faculty and staff to help make Illinois State’s campus a safe environment for survivors of sexual assault by becoming a “friendly face.”
Voices of Discovery pulls together students from diverse backgrounds to take part in frank discussions about their experiences in life and on campus.
Being a college student can be stressful, but you don’t have to go it alone. Student Counseling Services is here to help you succeed.
The Body Project, a program offered by Student Counseling Services, is designed for women.
Alex Moreno, the Mexican Olympic gymnast who competed in vault, beam, uneven bars and floor exercise events, is amazing. So why is she being body-shamed?
On Tuesday, April 19, ISU Feminist Led Activist Movement to Empower (ISU F.L.A.M.E.) hosted The Clothesline Project on the Quad of Illinois State University.
A workshop titled “Cultural Differences in Relationships” will be at noon, Monday, March 21, in McCormick Hall, room 262.
The Office of International Studies and Programs and campus partners will host a series of wellness workshops for international students.
The Body Project works to combat “fat talk,” or conversations meant to shame women into aiming for an unrealistic body ideal.
Student Counseling Services is excited to launch Alliance for Change, a hands-on training to help students recognize when their friends might be struggling with something and to teach students how they can help these friends.