Spring 2023 Semester SAS offerings are listed below (registration is now open!, through the day before each program); every event must be registered for, and confirmation info will be sent to all registrants a few days before each event): The Scholar Adventurers Series (SAS) is a series of events offered throughout the year by faculty […]
Honors Student Council hopes to see you on Tuesday, 2/14/23 at 6 in the Honors House classroom (2nd floor) for the next HSC meeting of the semester! All students are welcome to join one of the HSC Committees. Your HSC Exec Board Officers for this year are: Nic Davis – PresidentFlor Quiroz – Secretary and Social Media ChairAlejandro Pulido – Vice […]
Scheduled for Thursday April 27, 2023, the Undergraduate Research Symposium is a daylong event organized and hosted by OUR where students can present poster, oral, and creative presentations. The URS will be held in the Illini Union. For all information – and to apply to present! – go to https://undergradresearch.illinois.edu/symposium.html The application portal for students to […]
If you are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident who studies or are interested in studying a less commonly taught language (any language except French, German, and Spanish), consider applying for a Foreign Language & Area Studies (FLAS) fellowship for Summer 2023 and/or Academic Year 2023-24! This is a prestigious fellowship that supports the study […]
Due to some construction next door, The Career Center is temporarily moving to be able to continue to provide services and programs uninterrupted. Starting on January 17, The Career Center is located at 616 East Green Street, Suite 214 (above McDonald’s). Appointments, services, and programming will be provided in this temporary space until further notice. Their […]
You are welcome to a great co-curricular opportunity for students interested in gaining real-world experience in UX and human-centered design. Gies College of Business and Siebel Center for Design have partnered to create Illinois Design Consulting (IDC), which brings together students from across campus, building teams who use design-thinking to provide solutions for a range […]
Applications are now being accepted for the 2022-2023 Kevin T. Early Memorial Scholarship, a poetry prize open to first-year undergraduates in all majors. This scholarship is made possible by an endowment from William and Donna Early in memory of their son, a poet, Kevin T. Early. It awards $2000 to a student with freshman standing […]
Stop by this morning for Donuts and Coffee! And 1st HSC meeting of the semester is Tuesday, 1/10/23 – TODAY – all are welcome! Stop by the Honors House THIS MORNING for Donuts and Coffee – a warm and welcoming start to the semester!
Honors Student Council will see you in January! All students are welcome to join one of the HSC Committees. Your HSC Exec Board Officers for this year are: Nic Davis – PresidentFlor Quiroz – Secretary and Social Media ChairAlejandro Pulido – Vice President of the Academic Engagement CommitteeRosie Martinez – Vice President of the Arts CommitteeAmanda Finn – Vice President of […]
Do you want to study in the United Kingdom this summer for free? The Fulbright UK Summer Institutes offer five programs next summer: The Summer Institutes cover the majority of the participant costs (round-trip airfare from the US to the UK, tuition and fees at the university, room and board, and social programs). Students must be US […]
Stop by at Orange Room at the Library on Monday, 12/12/22 for Snacks for Success Pop-up to grab some international snacks and drinks and finish the semester strong! Co-sponsored by International Education, McKinley Health Center and University Housing. Funded by Office of Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’s Broadening Inclusion Grant.
Please join us for the Campus Honors Program Holiday Open House on December 1, 2022, at the Honors House from 4:00 – 5:30 pm. We hope you can join us!
Self Care Workshop, 11/16 (6pm, zoom) Self-care is a vital part of maintaining one’s physical and mental health but what does that even mean? Self-care can often feel overwhelming and even become stress inducing when we realize how time and cost intensive it is to set up a home spa day, but this doesn’t have […]
Want to create positive change on campus? Interested in gaining a deeper understanding of how to prevent sexual violence in our community? Looking for a paid job? Consider enrolling in CHLH 126: CARE next semester to become a paid peer educator in the Fall! All students are invited and encouraged to enroll. TR 3:30 – […]
Did you know? You can apply your summer research experience towards the Undergraduate Research Certificate! The Undergraduate Research Certificate requires you to satisfy specific criteria across your research experience(s) here at Illinois and provides an added and prestigious credential to present to employers and graduate schools. Start your certificate application now (even if you don’t […]
Spend your summer conducting research that makes an impact on our local community through the Community-Academic Scholars Initiative. This 10-week summer research experience empowers undergraduates from any major to address critical issues related to health, poverty, and/or social inequity in Champaign County and beyond. Scholars from disciplines across campus work with an Illinois researcher and […]
It’s that time of year again for the Thanksgiving Meal Drive. Donations are being accepted now through Monday November 14th, 2022 at the University YMCA, Room 15. Please scan the QR code or click https://shibboleth.illinois.edu/idp/profile/SAML2/Redirect/SSO?execution=e1s1&_eventId_proceed=1 to register your participation and learn more about the many ways you can give. Registration allows the Office of Civic Life to […]
Back by popular acclaim, the Japan House will host their Bazaar on December 10 and 11!
Interested in public policy and sustainability issues? Apply now for the Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Environment’s Environmental Leadership Program (ELP), designed to prepare Illinois undergraduates for leadership roles in the sustainability field. In the Spring 2023 program, participants will learn about policy-making at the local and state levels, develop real-world environmental policies, and present […]