Looking for resources around campus - here you go:
Looking for resources around campus - here you go:
The list below includes some services that are available to ALL Illinois students to assist in your success. Feel free to connect to the Gies Success Team if you have questions about any service.
Many cultural houses are located on and around campus to provide a welcoming comfortable environment with programs, celebrations, events, and a place to study.
Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center has the mission of Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center is to provide a network of programs and support services promoting the individual, social, cultural and academic well-being of Illinois’ African American students. Located at 1212 W. Nevada Street.
La Casa Cultural Latina has the mission to promote a welcoming and dynamic atmosphere through the development of educational, cultural, socio-political, and social programs that lead to greater recruitment, retention, advancement, and empowerment of Latina/o students. Located at 1203 W Nevada Street.
The Asian American Cultural Center provides many programs that are related to Asian American interest and academics. It is open to university students, faculty, and staff. Located at 1210 W Nevada Street.
Native American House provides events and programs throughout the year that allow students the opportunity to enrich their cultural and academic experiences at the University of Illinois. Located at 1206 W Nevada Street.
LGBTQ Resource Center The mission of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is to foster an environment that is open, safe, and inclusive for people of all sexualities and gender identities. Located in RM 323 (3rd FL.) of the Illini Union, 1401 W. Green Street.
Women’s Resource Center works to improve the campus climate for women-identified students, which we do by developing and implementing programs that address social issues through an intersectional lens. We work collaboratively with individuals and groups to identify personal, social, economic and political issues that adversely affect women, and offers support through advocacy, education, financial awards, and social action. Located at 616 E. Green Street., Ste 202.
The possibilities to get involved with Registered Student Organizations are endless. Some are focused on community service or social issues, while others organized around common interests like sports, anime or Italian. UIUC also has a very healthy Greek system if you are interested in fraternities and sororities. For information connect through the Illini Union. For all information about business organizations and events happening around the Business Instructional Facility, visit Gies Groups.
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus has libraries stations across campus. These libraries are free to enter and host an array of free services and resources. The university library services include campus Wi-Fi networks, computer labs, free software, laptop lending and help by phone, email and walk-in. Services include:
The Main Library located on Gregory drive and is a very popular place of study for students of all majors. Students have access to the Main Stacks (UIUC's excessive book collection) and victorian styled study areas. There is also a secret tunnel under the library that connects it to the UGL.
The Undergraduate Library (UGL) is the primary library for undergraduate students. Like the Main library, the UGL is also located on Gregory drive. It is equipped with group study rooms, private study desks on the lowest level and an Expresso Royal café.
The ACES Library is a library located on South Goodwin Avenue, right across from the Marrow Corn Fields. This library is equipped with floors of private study spaces that have large window views.
The Granger Engineering Library is the primary hot spot for all engineering and computer science needs! Not an Engineering major? No problem! Granger is open to all students and is equipped with a computer testing facility, multiple easy-access monitors and plenty of study spaces.
The list below includes some cultural and social opportunities that are available to ALL Illinois students that can add to your experience while here on campus.
UIUC residence halls offer a variety of arrangements, including living-learning communities, and options for graduate students. Housing residents have access to programming, tutoring, interactions with faculty, and connections to other students and campus resources. Additionally, there is private certified housing available.
Not interested in residence halls? That's perfectly fine! UIUC offers apartment housing! University Housing's apartment communities are open to undergraduates who are sophomores and above, graduate students, faculty, staff, visiting scholars, and their families.
All UIUC students have free access to the MTD bus system on the UIUC campus. In order to receive free bussing off-campus, UIUC students must show a visible and updated i-card to the bus driver, otherwise, of campus transportation fee is $1
VeoRides are bikes around campus that students are allowed to rent and use at their convenience.
Parking: by semester or daily. All students wishing to park their vehicles must have a parking pass or park at a parking meter.
ZipCars are rental cars available to UIUC students.