Redbirds Keep Thriving

Redbird Plaza

In the midst of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Division of Student Affairs remains committed to student success.

POSTPONED: Marsha Max retirement reception

Large bell surrounded by flowers and set in stone landscaping, with trees and academic buildings in the background

Marsha Max will be retiring from Illinois State University on March 31, after 20 years of service. A reception honoring Max will be from 2:30-4 p.m. March 26 in room 314 of the Student Services Building.

Keeping track of your well-being

Reggie in Eight at State shirt

Illinois State University is committed to the well-being and success of all students. Student Counseling Services, in conjunction with Student Health Services, Health Promotion and Wellness, and Campus Recreation, is excited to offer students WellTrack.

Our 5 favorite campus perks 

The Bone Student Center offers a variety of perks and services

A handful of departments across Illinois State offer perks and services to Redbirds. These perks are designed to help students succeed both in and out of the classroom.

Promoting physical activity as a vital sign of health in campus community

Exercise is Medicine on Campus outreach on ISU Quad

Helping individuals become physically active is the goal of Illinois State University’s Exercise Is Medicine On Campus (EIMOC) program, a referral-based system linking Student Health Services (SHS), Student Counseling Services (SCS), Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW), Campus Recreation (CR), and the School of Kinesiology and Recreation (KNR).

Stress Less Yoga Fest

Hey, Redbirds! It’s that time of year again. The last big projects and exams are wrapping up and finals are fast approaching. It is important to de-stress while studying for exams and preparing for projects.