DeGarmo Hall is home to the College of Education and to the Department of Psychology. Studio TEaCH, located on the third floor of DeGarmo Hall, is an environment where students can come together to collaborate, share, and get hands-on experience with the latest and greatest in educational technology.
Jonathan B. Turner Hall
Turner Hall is home to the College of Applied Science and Technology, the Department of Family and Consumer Science, the Department of Technology, and a Child Care Center for students with two- to ten-year-old children. It is also home to our robotics lab.
Fell Hall was renovated from a menâ€™s residence hall in 1989 and is now devoted to academic and administrative space. Fell Hall is home to the School of Communication, University College, Student Access and Accommodation Services, student-run FM station WZND, TV-10 News, the Social Media Analytics Command Center, and the Communication Innovation Center.
Schroeder Hall is home to the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences, the Department of History, the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, and the Department of Politics and Government. The building contains 49 classrooms and office space for 89 faculty members.
Nursing Simulation Laboratory
The Nursing Simulation Lab is a state-of-the-art learning center where students develop the skills they will use in clinical practice. Students develop psychomotor skills and participate in a variety of activities and scenarios that help strengthen critical thinking, decision making, delegation, and team work.
State Farm Hall of Business
The State Farm Hall of Business building embraces the best features of the nation's most prominent business schools, while retaining the spirit of personalized, student-centered education that is the hallmark of Illinois State University.
Illinois State University maintains a university farm to support research and outreach activities of the Department of Agriculture. Even though most of today's students won't be farm owners, hands-on-farming experience is an important part of their education and preparation for careers that directly relate to the production sector of agriculture.
Milner Library is an active partner in the teaching, learning, research, and service activities of Illinois State University. Milner librarians provide research assistance and library instruction customized to meet the needs of students and faculty. Reference collections include general, as well as subject-specific, print and electronic research tools including indexes, handbooks, dictionaries, bibliographies, directories, and bibliographic and full text databases.
Center for the Performing Arts
The construction of the Center for Performing Arts cost $19.8 million and was completed and dedicated in the Fall of 2002. An 800-seat concert hall and a 450-seat theatre are the building's main features.
Bone Student Center
The Bone Student Center serves as the gateway to campus and the hub of campus activities. Grab a bite to eat at Starbucks, McAllisterâ€™s, Qdoba, or the Landing. The Bone Student Center is also home to Barnes and Noble Bookstore and TechZone.
Cardinal Court houses primarily sophomore students, providing a unique opportunity to experience apartment-style living combined with the benefits of living in university housing.
Hewett Hall, a co-ed residence hall connected to Manchester Hall, is located near Milner Library and the Bone Student Center. The beds in Hewett Hall can be bunked and the desks are movable.
Redbird Plaza promotes education and community, while serving as a unifying emblem of pride to which all Redbirds will be true. It is a gathering space that unites Redbirds in times of celebration, sorrow, hope, and friendship.
Watterson Dining Commons
Watterson Dining Commons is the largest dining location on campus. The dining center features everything from home-style entrees to Panini sandwiches; large salad bar selections to homemade desserts; pizza and pasta to Asian cuisine; and Fresh Bites, a food venue that features fresh vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, and seafood.
Student Fitness Center
This 170,000 square foot facility provides extensive recreational opportunities for the campus community with over 22,000 square foot of cardio and weight training space, four fitness studios, multiple sport courts, an indoor track, swimming pool, climbing wall, and much more.
Adelaide Street Field
Well-manicured, lush, and green, Adelaide Street Field is the exclusive home for Redbird soccer. It features all the comforts necessary for playing, coaching, watching, or covering top-notch soccer.
Duffy Bass Field
Beautiful, award-winning Duffy Bass Field serves as home to the Illinois State baseball team.
Gregory St. Tennis Courts
Illinois State's Men's and Women's Tennis teams play their home matches at the Gregory Street Tennis Courts.
Hancock Stadium is home to Illinois State's Redbird Football team.
Horton Field House
Horton Field House contains 8,000 seats and is home to the Athletics Department and the Redbird Swimming team. It also houses part of the School of Kinesiology and Recreation.
Marian Kneer Softball Stadium
The award-winning Marian Kneer Redbird Softball Complex continues to bring winning traditions and successful years to the program.
Redbird Arena seats 10,500 people and is home to both men's and women's basketball and women's volleyball.
During the outdoor season, the Redbirds use the Redbird Track and Field Complex.
Weibring Golf Course
For over 45 years, the Weibring Golf Club at Illinois State University has welcomed faculty, staff, students, and public to play a round of golf.