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Student Services Building

Location:
Student Services Building 201 N. University Street
Normal, IL

The Student Services Building is home to many student services, including the Office of Student Life, Parent Services, the Career Center, Student Counseling Services, Student Health Insurance, and Student Health Services. Many registered student organizations have offices here, including the Student Government Association.

The Student Services Building was completed in 1992 and contains a main corridor that runs diagonally through the building and a 2-story atrium in the center with a skylight allowing natural light in. The exterior facade is made of brick with concrete banding.

Upcoming Events

March 2017

International Student Career Series: Life After OPT

Date:
Thursday, March 30th
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Immigration expert and Dunn Law Firm attorney Thomas Arkell discusses life after OPT and the application procedures (specifically H-1B visas), and how students should go about applying.

April 2017

Unpacking Identity

Date:
Thursday, April 6th
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Diversity Advocacy is sponsoring a new series of workshops that examine identity and the ways in which those identities intersect into systems of power and oppression. The series hopes to create an introduction to identity exploration and an understanding of the way in which someone’s identity helps shape how they move through the world and interact with others. These workshops will be led by Jenn Carrillo, Director of Mission Impact at the YWCA McLean County.  Diversity Advocacy is excited to…

Safe Zone with Diversity Advocacy

Date:
Friday, April 7th
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am

In an effort to provide support to our lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) community, the Dean of Students Office has created Safe Zone. Safe Zone provides  students, faculty and staff the opportunity to create safe spaces on campus that are highly visible and easily identifiable to lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) persons. These Safe Zones are spaces where support and understanding are readily available and bigotry and discrimination are not tolerated. During the two-hour orientation session, participants engage in a mock coming-out exercise,…

Unpacking Identity

Date:
Thursday, April 20th
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Diversity Advocacy is sponsoring a new series of workshops that examine identity and the ways in which those identities intersect into systems of power and oppression. The series hopes to create an introduction to identity exploration and an understanding of the way in which someone’s identity helps shape how they move through the world and interact with others. These workshops will be led by Jenn Carrillo, Director of Mission Impact at the YWCA McLean County.  Diversity Advocacy is excited to…