Illinois Club Accepting Scholarship Applications for 2017-18
Application Deadline: Oct. 15 at 5 p.m.
The Illinois Club is accepting scholarship applications for the 2017-18 academic year. An application, résumé, and other documents are required, so be sure to start the application process soon. Qualified applicants must be an undergraduate with at least 60 earned credit hours by the end of Fall 2016; have a GPA of 2.75 or above; and graduate no earlier than December 2017. Learn more and apply for a scholarship.
Apply to Serve on Academic Senate Committees
Application Deadline: Sept. 6 at 5 p.m.
Serving on a Senate committee can be an enriching, exciting experience that enables you to develop new partnerships, advance leadership skills, and become more engaged with campus. Numerous committees exist that will fit your interests and expertise. Apply to your committees of choice.
Learn About Studying Abroad
Illinois Abroad and Global Exchange Faculty-Led Programs
Application Deadline: Sept. 15
Numerous two- to six-week study abroad opportunities with faculty members will be available this winter. The transformative experiences will go toward your Illinois credit, support your degree, and fit your tight schedule. Learn more...
Lincoln Hall, Room 1060; 4-5 p.m.
Discover exciting opportunities to study abroad in Asia, Spain, and Latin America. These meetings will cover available overseas programs, the application process, and offer viewpoints from past study abroad participants. Meeting dates for Asia info will take place Sept. 2 and Nov. 17; meeting dates for Spain and Latin America will take place Sept. 1 and Nov. 16.
The Office of Education Abroad will also be holding study abroad information sessions in the coming weeks. Most programs from the College of ACES are open to students in other colleges, including this one, which will be held on Sept. 1: "ACES in Morocco, Culture & Agriculture Winter Break Study Abroad"; 5 p.m.; Turner Hall, Room W-121.
ISSS Starting New Initiative
In an effort to better serve the campus community and enhance the student experience, International Student and Scholar Services is implementing a new program called ISSS35. This all-encompassing initiative will have 35 events that address four distinct areas: American culture, cross-cultural connections, community connections, and immigration issues. These categories will incorporate educational, social, and culture exchange themes. Learn more...
Student Volunteers Needed for Edison Event
Student volunteers are needed to supervise middle school students and their younger siblings during the Sept. 7 Edison Parent Partnership dinner. The dinner will take place from 6-8 p.m. at the Douglas Community Center (512 E. Grove St., Champaign). Email Liz Rotramel at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer.