Redbird football player Paul Monaco has a lot of responsibilities as a student-athlete and member of the Illinois State Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC).
The United States Army is known for coming to the aid of people in need all around the world. At Illinois State University, a small group of soldiers-in-training saw a need—albeit on a much smaller scale than the military is accustomed to—in a local classroom and answered the call.
The School of Communication is making strides to make sure that veterans have a satisfactory experience during their studies.
Ethan Blumhorst ’17, M.S. ’18, was recently selected as an Honor 200 Veteran. This award was initiated through a partnership between the Illinois Bicentennial Committee and the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA). Blumhorst received his award at the Illinois Bicentennial Ball in December and was honored for going above and beyond the call of duty
The 2019 Military Friendly Schools list recognizes Illinois State as a Silver Award university for its support of veterans’ education.
Col. David Rabb ’83 is an expert in the hell that is war.
The Department of Technology is proud and grateful that so many veterans have made their academic home with us and are pursuing degrees in our programs.
In March 1983, Col. Gary Kayser’s lifelong service to country began when as a high school senior, he enlisted in the Army Reserve’s 84th Training Division with his future wife, Susan, by his side. He felt the Army Reserve would help prepare him for law school by increasing his self discipline while allowing him to
Illinois State University will hold its annual Veterans Day Ceremony from noon-1 p.m. on Friday, November 9, in the Bone Student Center’s Prairie Room North.
The spring 2018 commencement marked the fourth semester for the tradition of active duty, National Guard, Reserve and U. S. military veterans who have served honorably to wear red, white, and blue veteran honor cords.