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Veterans Day ceremony, November 11

Illinois State University will hold its annual Veterans Day Ceremony from noon to 1 p.m. on Monday, November 11, in the Bowling and Billiards Center Activity Room.
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Historic ISNU enrollment ledgers now online

Helen Frances Grennell was 16 years old when she first entered Illinois State Normal University.
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Staff members to receive advising awards at Founders Day

Several Illinois State staff members will be honored with advising awards at the Founders Day Convocation.
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Jeri Ryburn retirement reception, December 6

Jeri Ryburn will be retiring from the University on December 31, after 24 years of service.
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End of Semester Academic Reminders

It’s finally May, which means the end of semester is near! We’ve compiled a list of important reminders for you to close out your academic semester successfully!
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Retired Army Ranger to keynote Veterans Day ceremony November 11

Illinois State University will hold its annual Veterans Day ceremony at noon Friday, November 11.
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Illinois State continues record-setting enrollment trend

Illinois State University continues to see record-breaking enrollment numbers for the third year in a row.
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A for effort: How ISU records 92,000 grades after finals

At Illinois State University, recording grades for nearly 20,000 students is a lot easier than it used to be.
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Advisors to be honored at Founders Day

Four advisors will be honored at the upcoming Illinois State University Founders Day celebration on Thursday, February 18, for their commitment and dedication to student success.
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From soldiers to students: How ISU supports veterans

Illinois State’s ongoing commitment to service men and women is not surprising to those who know the University’s history. The tradition of military support goes back to the 1800s.