In the Spring of 2000, the Illinois State Univesity Board approved a $1.735 million project that substantially upgraded the Illinois State Golf Course layout and design, as well as replaced the 21-year-old irrigation system.
Today the 6,500 yard, par 71 golf course accommodates approximately 36,000 rounds per year and will host more than 100 tournaments and outings. These events include Men's and Women's Intercollegiate Athletics, Boys and Girls University High School home tournaments, and the Illinois High School Association Girl's State Final.
New $28 million dollar College of Business building. Just
The glow from the Teflon-coated roof on game night has
This is the new (2002) building for the College of Fine Arts.
The main goal of the University Farm is to educate students.
Halloween fun carving pumpkins at ISU.
Watterson Towers, twin 28 stories tall residence hall. One
Final ranking in 2005 of 22 in DI-AA Football. Redbirds
The Big Red Marching Machine, which turns out a compact disc
Through generous support to the athletic department's
Illinois State's Academic Assistance Unit is a model other
Shake that money-maker Reggie (school mascot)