Let everyone know, you were here.

Kinesiology and Recreation alumni have a special opportunity to cement their legacy at Illinois State University. A new brick walkway is being constructed to help beautify McCormick Hall and all KNR alumni can be part of the project! By making a gift of $100 or more to the School of Kinesiology and Recreation you will receive an engraved brick with your personalized message and name to help fill the walkway.

Secure your brick today!

*Illinois State University reserves the right to determine whether a brick will be printed based on its content.


You may not realize it, but every gift makes a difference on campus. Annual support from students, alumni and friends allows Illinois State to continue to be recognized as a leader in higher education. The stories below share how students benefit from your support.

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The $50,000 high-tech patient simulator helps Mennonite College of Nursing students learn how to care for a sick infant in a safe environment while supervised by their faculty mentors. Read more.

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Textbooks are expensive, and many students work part-time jobs to pay for them. Illinois State sophomore Adebosola Akinborho can?t do that. That?s because she has cancer, and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. Read more.

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Dakota Pawlicki would later graduate from Illinois State debt-free thanks to scholarships. Today he's an educator. "ISU felt so much like home to me because it was like the community that got me there," he says. Read more.