The following message provides new information regarding the on-campus COVID-19 testing program.
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).
Join us in celebrating the diverse pathways that make up recovery.
Dr. Nikki Hoffman is conducting innovative sleep studies at a new clinic on campus in order to help patients recover faster from concussions.
To supplement recovery support already provided through Recovery for Redbirds, Self Management and Recovery Training, better known as SMART Recovery, is offered at Illinois State.
Illinois State University students have access to expanded therapy options with WellConnect telehealth, available during the Spring 2022 semester.
Students who needed medical care from the late 1920s through 1946 headed to the office of Dr. Rachel Merrill Cooper, who was the University’s first physician.
College students are in the highest risk category of any age group for developing a substance use disorder, yet they are the least likely to receive treatment (less than 10%).
Student Health Services and Mennonite College of Nursing will be holding three Faculty/Staff Flu Shot Clinics, September 20-22. Appointments are needed.
Happy National Recovery Month, ISU! Recovery for Redbirds celebrates recovery not just this month, but every day.