How you take classes this semester might be a new experience. Whether you'll be fully online or have a mix of in-person and remote learning, we have what you need to be successful.
For the latest on the campus-wide response to COVID-19, see Illinois State University’s Update Page.
For any questions or concerns with anything related to technology, contact the Technology Support Center at Help.IllinoisState.edu/get-IT-help or by calling (309) 438-4357.
You have a full support system and lots of resources at Illinois State. If you need anything, make sure to reach out.
Contact the Technology Support Center (TSC) with your technology questions and concerns at Help.IllinoisState.edu/get-IT-help or (309) 438-4357.
Check in with your advisor on anything academic-related. They'll help you work through challenges and plan for a successful year. They can also refer to additional resources. Find your advisor and schedule an appointment in My.IllinoisState.edu.
Get free tutoring on many subjects with the Julia N. Visor Center. They can also help you develop the skills you need to be successful in your courses.
Activities look a little different these days, but we still want you to be involved. Stay connected and see what's happening on campus with Redbird Life.
We're committed to your well-being. Redbirds Keep Thriving gives you resources to help you stay fit and healthy, both physically and mentally.
Milner Library continues to offer books, research assistance, and other services.
Make sure you have everything in place so you can fully participate in your online classes. Top Tech Tips for Student Learning and Attending Online Classes
You'll have to sign in with your Illinois State ID and password to access resources and services frequently.
You can manage your account to retrieve a forgotten password or update it.
You can access most online learning resources with any device that has an internet browser (such as Chrome, Firefox, etc.).
We recommend using a laptop or desktop for the best experience and to ensure you can access all the resources you need.
Be sure to connect to secure WiFi networks when working online. Secure networks typically require a password.
Read these tips to make sure your WiFi is ready for online learning.
If you do not have a computer or internet access, contact SupportCenter@IllinoisState.edu and include your:
Take a look at some of the most common applications you'll use for online learning at Illinois State.
Make sure you have everything installed and ready to go before classes start. Give yourself some time to learn any new programs.
Taking classes in various ways might be a little different than what you're used to. We put together some advice from the experts on how you can be successful.