Illinois State University
Founded in 1857, Illinois State University is the state of Illinois’ first public university and offers a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate majors. The university devotes abundant resources and energies to creating a supportive and productive campus community for all - students, faculty, staff, alumni, retirees, contributors, and visitors.
With the support of federal grants, ISU has been offering two programs through the University Center which assist bilingual paraprofessionals in high need school districts in becoming fully licensed elementary school teachers with bilingual endorsements: Transitioning Paraprofessionals into Teachers and Transitioning Paraprofessionals into Teachers of English Learners. Because these programs have already launched their final cohorts, they are not included in the University Center Program Guide.
Programs Offered Through University Center
Additional online programs
In addition to the programs ISU offers through the University Center, they offer the following online programs & courses. Visit ISU’s Mennonite College of Nursing for more information.
RN to BSN
Master of Science in Nursing with specialization in Nursing Systems Administration
Doctor of Nursing Practice