First-year students exploring “Microbes and Society.” Seniors conducting independent research in rhetoric, psychology, education and physics. It’s all interesting, and it’s all here at Illinois College.
Leonard Pitts Jr., a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, spoke at the inaugural Betty Jane Jost Lecture Series on January 25 as part of the campus-wide celebration of the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.
What does “collaboration” mean to you? For stu
involved in our Orchid Recovery Program,
it means working closely with faculty and fellow students to design experiments …”
Over 160 athletes currently fill our varsity rosters, between basketball, track and field, baseball, softball and tennis. Add 120 intramural athletes and it’s easy to understand why the Bruner Fitness and Recreation Center is always busy.
IC Connections is more than Welcome Week. It’s an entire semester of events, classes, lectures and workshops that spark long-lasting friendships...
“I stumbled across this random side street while wandering through Alicante, Spain, early in my semester abroad. Why dozens of umbrellas?
Nobody knew ...”
Each spring, 25 students from Ritsumeikan University in Japan visit Illinois College to study culture and language. Their annual Matsuri festival (pictured) is a popular campus tradition.
Associate Professor of English Beth Capo is an author, mentor and voracious reader — and now, a distinguished Fulbright Scholar.
This spring we’re celebrating the 30th anniversary season of our Fine Arts Series, looking forward to Steuer Stock in April and hosting dozens of other events on campus. Join us!
Friends who serve, learn and compete together stay together — at least when it comes to the members of Illinois College literary societies.
Alumni make valuable contributions to our campus community through their involvement in career mentorship programs, literary societies and financial support.
A unique research project. The chance to study abroad. A summer internship that leads to your first job. Our students, like this group of Trustee Scholars, have lots of options — and you can too.
In Professor Kelly Dagan’s annual “Social Stratification” sociology course, students practice a service-learning model that builds connections between local community agencies and classroom instruction ...
True Blue. It’s the only way to describe the enthusiasm and spirit at Illinois College. Whether it’s homecoming weekend or an MWC championship event, we’ll be there ... in blue.
Bridget Burshears ’01 feels she has the best job in the world as a neonatologist in the NICU of a Utah hospital. “My favorite part is getting to interact with the families ...”