To prepare for your first semester as a Redbird, find below additional resources for transfer students and their guests.
Academic Resources Listed in Academic Information Sessions Video:
The Career Center at Illinois State University provides resources and strategies that facilitate the career success of all students at Illinois State University. Students can take advantage of career services and resources that enhance their career development and readiness.
The Julia N. Visor Academic Center provides free academic and transitional support such as writing assistance, facilitated study groups, and academic coaching. Visit the Visor Center (located in the Vrooman Center inside Hewett-Manchester residence halls).
Parent and Family Services at Illinois State University provides support and resources to make you and your student's experiences the best possible. Stay informed with the Parent and Family Services online.
Learn more about student organizations, fraternity and sorority life and leadership opportunities on the Dean of Student's website.
EMERGE is a great way to discover and enhance your leadership journey in a refreshing and innovative way. You will gain a concrete understanding of your personal strengths as an individual and group member, while building new friendships on your new journey as a Redbird. Learn more about EMERGE.
After you have registered for classes, you can visit the Redbird Card Office in the Bone Student Center to get your student ID. A government-issued photo ID (i.e. Driver's License, State ID, Passport, or Military ID) must be presented to obtain your first Redbird Card.
The following offices and departments are available to answer questions from transfer students on their transition to campus. Review their websites and materials below and plan to visit them in person in the fall after social distancing restrictions have been lifted.