UIS – United In Safety: Return to the Prairie

We welcomed students back to campus this fall with a plan designed to deliver on UIS’ academic mission while prioritizing health and safety.

Sudeep Sharma Named University Scholar

Sudeep Sharma, assistant professor of management, marketing and operations, honored for outstanding teaching and scholarship.

Winter Accelerated Classes for Current and Prospective Students

Reach your educational goals faster with 4- to 6-week courses. Classes begin Dec. 14.

Standardized Test Scores not Required Through Fall 2021

Up to $10,000 in merit scholarships available for first-year Illinois students with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher.

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Kodi Smith honored with the Student Laureate Award

Kodi Smith honored with the Student Laureate Award

Only one student is honored with the award each year.

UIS ranked the top public regional university in Illinois

UIS ranked the top public regional university in Illinois

The ranking is by U.S. News & World Report.

UIS marks 50th anniversary by celebrating bold legacy, bright future

UIS marks 50th anniversary by celebrating bold legacy, bright future

The first classes on the Springfield campus were held in 1970.

UIS COVID-19 stats and testing information

UIS COVID-19 stats and testing information

Learn about on-campus testing requirements.

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Leadership lived feature

Leadership lived

Bryce Thomas was recently honored for volunteering close to 150 hours over more than two years at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in downtown Springfield. On campus, the history major is president of the History Club and head delegate for Model Illinois Government. Read more »