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Illinois State University (ISU) is a public university located in Normal, Illinois. Founded in 1857 as Illinois State Normal University, it is the oldest public university in Illinois. The university focuses on teaching and is recognized as one of the top ten teacher producers in the United States according to the American Association of Teacher Education Colleges. The university’s sports teams are members of the Missouri Valley Conference and the Missouri Valley Football Conference. They are known as “Redbirds” in reference to the state bird, the cardinal.
The University of Illinois campus is in Normal near the geographic center of the state, 137 miles southwest of Chicago and 164 miles northeast of St. Louis. Highways 74, 55 and 39; American Highway 150; and Illinois Route 9 intersect around Normal, creating a transportation hub. An Amtrak Passenger Station is just two blocks from the university.
The ISU was founded as a teacher training school in 1857, the same year the first Illinois Education Council was convened and two years after the adoption of the law on free education. school by the state legislature. Among his supporters were Judge and future Supreme Court Justice David Davis and local businessman and landholder Jesse W. Fell, whose friend, Abraham Lincoln, was the lawyer hired by the school board to establish legal documents guaranteeing the financing of the school. Founded as Illinois State Normal University, its name reflected its primary mission as a normal school. The classes were originally held in downtown Bloomington and were located in Major’s Hall, where Lincoln’s “Lost Speech” was held. With the completion of Old Main in 1860, the school moved to its current campus, which was then the village of North Bloomington, called “Normal” in 1865. The new city was named after the university.
In 1965, the name of the institution was changed to Illinois State University at Normal, then again in 1968 for the current University of Illinois State. In keeping with his mission, the motto of the school was “and he gladly rejoiced”, according to Geoffrey Chaucer’s English spelling, which has since been updated to adopt modern English non-sexist form. “Fortunately, we learn and teach.”
In 2019, US News & World Report ranked Illinois State University (tied) 171 on a combined list of America’s top 310 private and public “national universities” and (tied) out of 91 “national” universities “United States public who qualified for the list. Forbes magazine ranks Illinois State # 409 out of 650 in the United States
Last Updated on July 23, 2019