Illinois State University wants to hear from our students, faculty, and staff about why it is important to get the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
Illinois State University has been working to vaccinate the Redbird community against COVID-19 by hosting on-campus clinics.
Individuals and groups across the campus and community were honored with 2021 Civic Engagement Awards on April 13, 2021, as part of Illinois State University’s virtual Civic Engagement Celebration.
Governor J.B. Pritzker announced Friday, March 19, that higher education staff, among other groups, will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Monday, March 22.
Illinois State University faculty and staff can receive a flu shot from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, September 28, 30, and October 2, in the Bone Student Center Brown Ballroom III.
The Redbirds Keep Thriving page has been updated to provide helpful support to students on and off campus for the upcoming semester. In addition to new resources, Redbirds Keep Thriving has been reorganized into a more user-friendly format.
The Redbirds Together Wellness Ambassadors are a group of students dedicated to providing peer-to-peer education, reminders, and encouragement to their fellow Redbirds about how to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
It’s easy to focus only on the physical components of battling a pandemic, but Illinois State University health care experts agree with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that maintaining your mental health and managing stress are integral to one’s overall health.
Illinois State’s response to the national mental health crisis.
In the midst of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Division of Student Affairs remains committed to student success.