The Illini Union endeavors to provide the best service and quality resources for the campus community. As the social hub and central touchstone of the university, we know it is our duty to make sure our departments offer students and their families outlets for development as well as assistance.
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Listed below you will find all the essential resources that the Illini Union offers.
This unit is located in Illini Union Room 104 on the main level from 9:30am until 3pm and offers services such as driver's license renewal, vision and written tests and vehicle stickers, amongst others. Please check the dates immediately listed below. For more information, please contact the facility location (linked above).
| March 20 | April 29
Thinking about your future, today? Here you will find student employment opportunities at the Illini Union, as well as full-time positions for current professionals and recent graduates.
As you look to reserve space for a private meetings or a social engagement, take advantage of the Union’s variety of rooms and staff services. The Illini Union staff is happy to assist faculty, staff, students and guests in making their event a success.
Look around and learn everything about student life at the University of Illinois. Learn about the Illini Union Board and its contributions towards student life, or check out the Office of Volunteer Programs and the Student Sustainability Committee to offer your contributions to the community and campus environments.
Self, organizational/ group, interpersonal and transitional development are the four key areas in which the center builds its educational opportunities. Through coursework and workshops you will find ways to cultivate the next steps in your path in becoming a community leader and grow your professional development.
By providing a place that welcomes everyone, promotes acceptance and encourages people of all gender identities and sexualities, the LBGT Resource Center is constantly finding new pathways for the advancement of equality. The center provides the best in educational programming as well as support groups.
Even after the kids have flown the coop and are off to college, want to stay involved! Parent Programs works together with the Moms and the Dads Associations to offer many ways to keep that connection strong and give families opportunities to get involved in the campus community. Parent Programs communications keep families current with the latest news and events from campus, too!
It doesn't matter where your interests lie. The Office of Registered Organizations has over 1,100 groups to join and get involved. You can find out about all of the Registered Student Organizations on campus or find out how to start your own. An excellent way to integrate yourself in campus life, take charge and liven up your time here. You’ll mingle, meet people and mix it up with the best.
For those students who need to seek advice of counsel, this is an excellent resource to explore your concerns over legal matters. Fill out an appointment request online and then follow up in a timely manner.
Here is a chance to look into your prospective landlord. Find out about others’ experiences to help you make a decision about where you will be bunking down for the next year. Have your lease looked over for to ensure fair and agreeable circumstances, or ask for help to find a great place to spend your academic year.