Bloomington-Normal native and Redbird legacy Isaac Faamoe was glad he stayed in his hometown to study exercise science at Illinois State University.
Since 2013, new freshmen and new transfer students have nominated Illinois State faculty, staff, and students for an Impact Award.
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.
The awards recognize those who methodically and consistently worked over time to enhance their teaching knowledge, skills, and abilities.
These short-term, paid experiences are excellent examples of adapting to the needs of today’s new professionals and remote work environment.
ISU’s TRIO/Student Support Services (SSS) program will receive a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to help more first-generation students graduate.
Discover how Career Services assists students with identifying and exploring career paths.
The 2020 First Generation Celebration will be a campus-wide tribute to the often-unsung contributions and achievements of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who were the first in their families to enter higher education.
Redbirds explore and analyze major and career choices through chats with faculty, staff, other students, alumni and employers.
The First Gen Redbirds and MECCPAC joined together to provide supplies for students on campus during these uncertain times.