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 Sep 20, 2017

 

News from Old Main

LINCOLN ACADEMY OF ILLINOIS NOMINEES SOUGHT

Faculty and staff are invited to nominate an outstanding senior from the 2017-2018 graduating class to be EIU''s student laureate recipient of the Lincoln Academy of Illinois Award.

Criteria for selection are: academic achievement and overall excellence in curricular and extra-curricular activities. The recipient will attend an awards ceremony and luncheon in Springfield on Saturday, November 11, 2017, where he/she will be presented the Lincoln Academy medallion, a certificate of achievement, and a check in the amount of $1,000 in recognition of outstanding achievement.

Nomination forms may be obtained in the Vice President for Student Affairs Office, 1031 Old Main, or on the Student Affairs Web page. The completed form, accompanied by a letter of nomination, must be returned to the Vice President for Student Affairs Office, 1031 Old Main, no later than 4:30 p.m. Friday, October 6, 2017.

For more information, visit www.eiu.edu/stuaff/lincoln_academy.



ANNE M LEWIS, VPSA Operations
Posted: Sep 19, 2017

EIU TO HOST FORUM WITH SHANGHAI REPRESENTATIVES SEPT. 21

Municipal representatives from Shanghai, China, the world's largest city with a population of 24 million, will be making an official visit to Charleston to participate in a public forum on the Eastern Illinois University (EIU) campus from 9:45 to 11AM in the Charleston-Mattoon Room of the University Union Thursday, September 21.

The Charleston and EIU stop for this legislative delegation of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference-Shanghai (CPPCCSH) will be the only other United States visit at they travel to Albany, New York, to also be guests of the New York State Assembly.

The highest-ranking member of this six-member delegation will be the Honorable Guoping Wang, Chairperson of the CPPCCSH. Accompanying him will be internationally known economist, The Honorable Xiangcai Zhong. In 1949, Chairman Mao Zhedong served as the first Chair of the National CPPCC, Shanghai's parent organization.

The session is free and open to all, including the general public and all EIU students, faculty, staff and administrators. Other regional universities are invite to attend as well.

For additional information, contact Dr. Bailey Young, distinguished professor of history, or call (217) 581-3310.





STUDENT TEACHING APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE - FALL 2018/SPRING 2019

Applications for individuals planning to student teach in Fall 2018 or Spring 2019 are now available through the Department of Student Teaching website. If you are interested in completing part of your student teaching overseas through the COST Program (Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching) more information is available on the student teaching website as well.

To complete (or update) the application you will need a current transcript (PAWS transcript is fine), an up-to-date resume (saved as a pdf), and a writing sample addressing specific criteria (saved as a pdf). If you need assistance with preparing your resume, please contact Career Services. Specification/requirements for the writing sample can be found here. Be very careful to select the proper semester and year in which you plan to student teach. If you plan to student teach in Fall 2019 or later you do not need to apply at this time.

Completed applications for Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 are due no later than October 31, 2017. If you have questions, please email Dr. Doug Bower.



DOUGLAS J BOWER, CEPS Dean
Posted: Sep 17, 2017

FALL JOB & INTERNSHIP FAIR SEPTEMBER 27

The Fall Job & Internship Fair will take place from noon to 4PM Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the Grand Ballroom, MLK Jr. Union. This event is open to all majors.

Please encourage your students to attend and feel free to share this information with alumni. Verification of your students' attendance can be provided after the event. Faculty -- feel free to stop by the fair and introduce yourself to our employers and welcome them to campus!

Students should bring their student I.D., plenty of resumes and be dressed professionally.

Career Week events will also be held to help students get ready for the fair. Some recruiters will be conducting on-campus interviews the next day.

More information about Career Week events, participating employers and vacancies, and interview opportunities can be found here.

See you at the fair!



DIANE K SMITH, Career Services
Posted: Sep 14, 2017

THE CAFE IN KLEHM HALL WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 19

The Cafe in Klehm Hall (room 1414) will open on September 19.

The Cafe is a dietetic and hospitality student-managed operation serving lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30AM to 1:15PM. The Café is also open at 9AM am for coffee and other beverages on Tuesdays and Thursdays this semester. Bring a colleague and join us for lunch! The menus can be found here.



RICHARD F WILKINSON, School of Family and Consumer Sciences
Posted: Sep 13, 2017

MBA ADMISSION REQUIREMENT CHANGES

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program now accepts membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, the premier Honor Society for AACSB International accredited business programs, in lieu of qualifying GMAT or GRE scores.

Additionally, EIU School of Business majors with a 3.2 overall GPA who earn scores at the 80th percentile or higher on the ETS Business Capstone exam also are exempt from the GMAT or GRE admission requirement.

For more information contact the MBA Office at (217) 581-3028 or email mba@eiu.edu.

MELODY L WOLLAN, School of Business
Posted: Sep 13, 2017

EIU NURSING PROGRAM RANKS HIGHEST FOR STATE, LOCAL AFFORDABILITY

College Choice recently named EIU's Nursing Degree one of the most affordable programs in the State of Illinois.

In a recently released list, College Choice ranked EIU the fourth most affordable nursing program in the state. Because of the university's location, the list also validates that Eastern Illinois University is the Most Affordable Nursing Degrees in Central Illinois.





BOOTH LIBRARY FALL BOOK SALE SEPT. 20

Booth Library will host a Fall Book Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 20 outside the south entrance of the library.

A large selection of books in all subject areas, as well as hundreds of paperback fiction titles, will be available for purchase. All items have been donated by the campus and local communities.

Library staff requests no sales in advance. The proceeds from the sale are used to enhance library programs and services.

In case of inclement weather, the sale will be postponed. For the latest information on scheduling, check the library website, www.library.eiu.edu, or find Booth Library on Facebook or Twitter.



ELIZABETH M HELDEBRANDT, Library Services - Dean
Posted: Sep 11, 2017

ACADEMIC REGALIA ON SALE
Faculty members wishing to purchase academic regalia may wish to take advantage of a current Herff Jones deal in which they are offering a 25% discount on Doctoral and Master packages. For more information, contact Commencement Director, Amber May, by calling (217) 581-6425 or emailing ammay@eiu.edu. Fall 2017 Commencement is Saturday, December 16.

AMBER M MAY, Alumni Services
Posted: Sep 07, 2017

JOSH REINHART NAMED PUBLIC INFORMATION COORDINATOR

Please join us in welcoming Josh Reinhart to his new position as public information coordinator for Eastern Illinois University, succeeding Vicki Shaw-Woodard as the university's primary media contact.

Please revise your EIU contact information to include the following:

Josh Reinhart
Public Information Coordinator
Eastern Illinois University
jdreinhart@eiu.edu
O: (217) 581-7400



CHRISTY KILGORE, Marketing and Creative Services
Posted: Sep 06, 2017

PLEASE SAFEGUARD CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
This is a friendly reminder to please use campus envelopes when sending information relating to Human Resources activities. Examples of this could be a Personnel Authorization Request (PAR), benefits paperwork, payroll information, salary information, and/or hiring information. With new student workers unfamiliar with campus offices, there is potential for forms/documents to be delivered to the wrong office resulting in confidential information being exposed. Please safeguard confidential information by securing documents with any employee information in envelopes addressed to the proper department.

LINDA C HOLLOWAY, Interim Director of Business Services
Posted: Sep 06, 2017

INTERNAL GOVERNING POLICIES AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES BYLAWS, POLICIES AND REGULATIONS

The Internal Governing Policies are available on the EIU website at: http://castle.eiu.edu/auditing/igplisting.php. Also note that the Board of Trustees' Bylaws, Policies and Regulations are also on the EIU website. See http://www.eiu.edu/trustees/board.php.



BILLIE L RAWLINGS, Administrative Aide/Office of Academic Affairs
Posted: Aug 31, 2017

PRE-RETIREMENT SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS

Faculty eligible to apply for pre-retirement summer assignments must do so by Oct. 16, 2017. An application for the pre-retirement summer assignment obligation may be obtained at http://eiu.edu/acaffair/Forms/RetirementForms/PRERETIREMENT.pdf.

To be eligible, faculty must have completed 15 years of service at the University in Unit A, must have an annual appointment that does not exceed 10 months, must not be on retraining leave or leave without salary, must not have previously received an approved university pre-retirement session assignment, and must declare a firm retirement date, under the provisions of Article 6.9.b.(1) of the EIU-UPI Unit A Agreement.

Approval of eligible faculty members' requests for pre-retirement summer assignments will be made by Nov. 15, 2017.



BILLIE L RAWLINGS, Administrative Aide/Office of Academic Affairs
Posted: Aug 31, 2017

 

Meetings/Events

FALL 2017 DISCARDED TEXTBOOK SALE

The sale of discarded textbooks will be held from 9AM to 4PM Monday through Friday, September 18-22. Paperbacks will be $2 and hardbacks will be $5, plus tax. There will also be a section of textbooks for $1, $0.50, and $0.25, plus tax. Payment options are cash, check or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover). Please bring your Panther Card.



CHRISTINA M COFFEY, Textbook Rental Service Operations
Posted: Sep 11, 2017

2017 LATINO HERITAGE MONTH EVENTS

You are cordially invited to attend activities planned for the 2017 Latino Heritage Month.

Friday, September 15
12PM: Latino Heritage Month Kickoff Reception
Doudna Concourse (Doudna Fine Arts Center)

Saturday, September 16
8AM: Bilingual Mass
Newman Catholic Center

Monday, September 18
4:30PM: "From the Eyes of Latinos: Students' Experiences from Studying Abroad"
Sponsored by the Office of Study Abroad, Tuscola/Arcola Room, MLK Union

Tuesday, September 19
11AM-2PM: Elote (Corn) Fundraiser
Sponsored by LASO (Latin American Student Organization), Coleman Hall

4PM: Hands-On Workshop: Making Corn Tortillas
Sponsored by Esperanza
No registration needed, space available to first 20 participants
Cultural Center

Monday, September 25
7PM: "Hear My Story" Documentary
Sponsored by Students For Peace and Justice, Lumpkin Hall Auditorium

*Tuesday, September 26
7PM: "Latin American Game Night"
Sponsored by Alpha Psi Lambda (Latino Co-Ed Fraternity,) Coleman Hall Room 1165

Wednesday, September 27
1-4PM: Paletas (Mexican Ice Cream Pops) Fundraiser
Sponsored by Esperanza, Coleman Hall, South Quad

Saturday, September 30
10AM: Latino Heritage Story Time
Sponsored by LASO, Ballenger Education Reading Room, Booth Library

Monday, October 2
7PM: Atrevete/Latino Trivia
Sponsored by Amigos and Friends, 7th Street Underground

Tuesday, October 3
10:30AM-1:30PM: Vita's Mexican Food Truck
Between Taylor and Coleman Hall

Thursday, October 5
2PM: "Stolen Education" Documentary Screening and Q and A Session
Presented by Dr. Jay Bickford, Buzzard Hall, Room 1501

*Saturday, October 7
6:30PM: "Vamos A Bailar" Dance
Sponsored by LASO, University Ballroom, MLK Union

Tuesday, October 10
5PM: "Clinica De Migrantes: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness"
Lumpkin Hall, Room 2030

Friday, October 13
"Making Excellence Inclusive" Inaugural Conference"
More Details Available here.

Thank you for your support and attendance at these events!

* indicates an update to event location

GEORGIA A RYAN, Minority Affairs Department
Posted: Sep 11, 2017

TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR 2017 ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME BANQUET

Tickets are now on sale for this year's Eastern Illinois Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet set to take place on Saturday, October 7. The luncheon will take place at noon in the Grand Ball Room of the MLK Union on campus.

Tickets for the luncheon are $20 per person and can be purchased by phone by calling the EIU Ticket office at (217) 581-2106 and must be purchased by Wednesday, October 4 at noon.

The Hall of Fame football game will be that evening at 6PM against Tennessee Tech. Tickets for the football game are $20 per person.

Individuals wishing to attend both the luncheon and football game may purchase a combination package at a discounted rate of $32 per person.

Discounted tickets for children (ages 4-11) for both the football game and luncheon are also available. Game tickets are $5 per child, while luncheon tickets are $10 per person.

All orders placed now through October 4 will be available for pick-up at the banquet or football game.

The 2017 EIU Athletic Hall of Fame Class includes Zye Boey (Track), Cara LeMaster Trufant (Soccer), J.R. Taylor (Football), Dave Kidwell (Administrator) and Joe Strohm (Friend of Athletics).





BOOTH LIBRARY FALL BOOK SALE SET FOR SEPT. 20

Booth Library will host its fall book sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. September 20 outside the library's south entrance.

A large selection of books in all subject areas and hundreds of paperback fiction titles will be available for purchase. All items have been donated by the campus and local communities.

Library staff requests no sales in advance. The proceeds from the sale are used to enhance library programs and services.

In case of inclement weather, the sale will be postponed. For the latest information on scheduling, check the library website, www.library.eiu.edu, or find Booth Library on Facebook or Twitter.



ELIZABETH M HELDEBRANDT, Public Relations Director/Booth Library
Posted: Sep 07, 2017

EASTERN ILLINOIS WRITING PROJECT INSTITUTE DAY REGISTRATION OPEN FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF!

Teachers, administrators and interested students are invited to attend the Eastern Illinois Writing Project Fall Institute Day on Friday, October 13, 2017, on the campus of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston. Five CPDH's and lunch will be provided.

The EIWP Institute Day, titled "Argument in the Real World," will run from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Doudna Fine Arts Center. Register here: https://castle.eiu.edu/easternnwp/machform/view.php?id=1232

This year's Institute Day will focus on argument in the real world and highlight teaching authentic argument reading and writing across disciplines and the English Language Arts Common Core Standards.

ROBIN L MURRAY, English
Posted: Sep 06, 2017

BOOTH LIBRARY TO CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF HARRY POTTER

Twenty years after the publication of the first Harry Potter book, Booth Library presents an exhibit and program series, "Twenty Years of Harry Potter: Celebrating a Phenomenon." This exhibit will be on display at the library from Sept. 14 through Dec. 31, 2017.

Booth Library''s exhibit takes a look at the popularity and influence of the Harry Potter world in today's society. A series of related programs, including quidditch, trivia, costumes, lectures, food and more, also are planned. For more information, visit http://booth.eiu.edu/hp20. The exhibit and all events are open to the public.

Schedule of Events

Opening program: Sept. 14, 7 p.m., "The Boy Who Lived: Harry Potter and the Culture of Death"; keynote speaker: Suzie Park, professor of English; West Reading Room;

Sept. 15, 4 p.m., Family Weekend: EIU Quidditch Tournament; led by Chelsea Duncan, instructor of KSS; Library Quad;

Sept. 28, 4 p.m., "Dark Arts and Other Wicked Ideas: Harry Potter, Banned Books and Intellectual Freedom"; by Michele McDaniel, reference librarian, and Ryan McDaniel, instructor of communication studies; Witters Conference Room 4440;

Oct. 3 and 5, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Harry Potter Menu at The Café; presented by Richard Wilkinson, professor, and FCS students; Klehm Hall 1414; $5.50;

Oct. 3, 7 p.m., "Poison Pen: Rita Skeeter, her Quick-Quotes Quill & Journalism Ethics in the Wizarding World"; by Lola Burnham, associate professor of journalism; Witters Conference Room 4440;

Oct. 17, 4 p.m., "Muggles, Magic and Abuse"; by Angie Hunt, housing program director, HOPE of East Central Illinois; Witters Conference Room 4440;

Oct. 26, 6-10 p.m., Harry Potter Night featuring trivia, costumes, music, activities and food at Booth Library and Tarble Arts Center, co-sponsored by Tarble Arts Center, UIUC Harry Potter Alliance, EIU Harry Potter Club;

Nov. 28, 7 p.m., "Harry Potter & the Cult of Celebrity"; by Lola Burnham, associate professor of journalism; Witters Conference Room 4440.



ELIZABETH M HELDEBRANDT, Library Services - Dean
Posted: Sep 06, 2017

EVENTS CALENDAR

If you have events that you would like to be on the University Calendar, please make a submission at https://www.eiu.edu/calendar. You may submit event series as well. Events are approved daily. 



TRACY HALL-INGRAM, CATS
Posted: Aug 14, 2017

MAKING EXCELLENCE INCLUSIVE INAUGURAL CONFERENCE - OCTOBER 13, 2017

Please save the date for the Making Excellence Inclusive Inaugural Conference on Friday, October 13th, 2017, on the campus of EIU.

EIU Staff, faculty, and graduate students are invited to this inaugural conference which will feature sessions about how we can work with our students to achieve excellence in academics and co-curricular activities. Please add October 13th to your calendar and plan on attending this special event.



GEORGIA A RYAN, Minority Affairs Department
Posted: Jul 21, 2017

 

Professional Development

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Human Resources

SURS RETIREMENT COUNSELORS ON CAMPUS

SURS will have retirement counselors on campus on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. If you wish to speak to a SURS representative on this date, they are now accepting appointments. Please call 800-275-7877 to obtain the necessary forms for your appointment or log into your member account from the SURS Web page (www.surs.org) to complete the form online.

Upon completion, please return the form to SURS via fax at 217-378-9800 or mail to the address specified on the form. Once received, SURS will then contact you to schedule a counseling appointment. Appointments will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Returning the forms in a timely manner will help to ensure an appointment time.

To schedule an individual counseling session, you must be within four years of retirement eligibility:

  • Age 55 with eight or more years of service;
  • Age 62 with five or more years of service;
  • Any age with 30 or more years of qualifying service.

An eligible employee is entitled to an appointment or estimate every 12 months.



AMANDA ZUCCO, Benefits
Posted: Aug 07, 2017

 

Employment Opportunities

EIU SEEKS HUMAN RESOURCE REPRESENTATIVE

EIU is seeking a Human Resource Representative.

More information is available on the EIU Human Resources website.



DONNA M NOFFKE, Human Resources
Posted: Sep 13, 2017

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: COLLEGE OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES

POSITION: Assistant to the Dean, Arts and Humanities
DEPARTMENT: College of Arts and Humanities
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled
APPLY TO: https://apply.interfolio.com/44535

The College of Arts and Humanities at EIU is looking for an Assistant to the Dean with responsibility for matters relating to student academic programs. The description of duties and responsibilities of this position follows:

1. Coordinate and supervise the certification for graduation process for undergraduate majors in the college

2. Enter and maintain online degree requirements for the computerized audit system

3. Monitor curriculum changes and requirements

4. Make recommendations to the dean about granting academic waivers

5. Advise students, academic advisors, and department chairs on matters related to graduation requirements

6. Maintain data on degrees and majors in the college

7. Serve as ex officio member of the College of Arts and Humanities Curriculum Committee

8. Supervise staff and student workers as assigned

9. Maintain confidential student records

10. Perform other such responsibilities as assigned by the Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities

Review of Applications will begin on September 18 and continue until the position is filled. Anticipated start date: October 1, 2017.

Applicants should have a minimum of a bachelor''s degree and some experience in academic advising. Preference for a working familiarity with Banner systems. Demonstrated commitment to diversity and experience with promoting inclusive excellence is required.

Complete applications include a letter of application and a resume that includes at least three references with contact information.

Application materials should be submitted via Interfolio at https://apply.interfolio.com/44535. Questions about the search may be directed to Christopher Mitchell, Committee Chair, at cjmitchell@eiu.edu.

Eastern Illinois University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer - minority/female/disability/veteran - committed to achieving a diverse community.



CHRISTOPHER J MITCHELL, CAH Dean's Office
Posted: Sep 06, 2017

 

Research and Creative Activity

NEW INTERNAL GRANTS

EIU Student Impact Grants for Faculty Mentors are available for the first time. Each grant of $1,500 is intended to support faculty who engage in high impact mentoring practices. Full time faculty (Unit A or B) who will be mentoring at least one student during the 2017 - 2018 academic year are eligible. Eligibility is biennial, i.e., no one is eligible for two consecutive years.

Applications are due to the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs by noon on October 2, 2017. Further details, including format requirements, are available at http://www.eiu.edu/~grants/INTERNAL_Impactgrants.php.



ROBERT W CHESNUT, Research and Sponsored Programs
Posted: Aug 23, 2017

 

Miscellaneous

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PICKING UP FLEET VEHICLES

When you are picking up a fleet vehicle that you have reserved, you may check it out only 1 (one) hour prior to the time you put on your reservation request.

If you attempt to get the keys prior to that one hour, the kiosk will show the message "no approved reservation" and will not release the keys.

For example -- if you are planning on leaving at 7AM but need to load at 5:30AM, you must put 5:30AM on the request. For this instance you could not pick up the keys any earlier than 6AM (which is one hour prior to the reservation time.)

If you have any questions, please call Jo Anne Thill, Service Enterprise Manager in Central Stores, at (217) 581-7572.



JO A THILL, Central Stores Operations
Posted: Sep 11, 2017

FUNDRAISER FOR FORMER EIU EMPLOYEE PETER GRANT
A fundraiser for former EIU employee Peter Grant has been set up here. Please click the link to learn about Peter and ways to help.

JOSHUA D REINHART, UMAC
Posted: Sep 11, 2017

TATTOOED VETERANS SOUGHT FOR LIBRARY EXHIBIT

Booth Library is seeking on-campus and Coles County veterans with tattoos to be featured in its spring 2018 exhibit titled Designs of Duty.

Designs of Duty will focus on veterans and their service-related tattoos. Booth Library is seeking veterans who are willing to be interviewed in person, as well as have their service-related tattoos photographed for the exhibit that will be on display at Booth Library in the spring of 2018 and offered for display at other libraries in the Coles County area.

Participating veterans will be asked to submit a service photo of themselves, and they must agree to allow these photos and information to be included in the exhibit and for publicity purposes.

Booth Library staff would appreciate the opportunity to interview EIU and Coles County veterans who are willing to share their stories and the inspiration behind their tattoos. To participate in Designs of Duty, please email Beth Heldebrandt, public relations director, at emheldebrandt@eiu.edu or call 217-581-6064.



ELIZABETH M HELDEBRANDT, Library Services - Dean
Posted: Sep 07, 2017

HOMECOMING SPIRIT T-SHIRTS ON SALE NOW!!!!!

The EIU Homecoming Committee invites the EIU Community to show your school spirit during Homecoming Week, October 16-21, by purchasing your Homecoming Spirit T-shirt!

Spirit T-shirts are on sale NOW in the Student Activity Center (across from Copy Express) in the MLK Jr. Union, between the hours of 9am - 4pm. Each Friday in October has been designated School Spirit Day and EIU students, faculty, staff and administrators are encouraged to wear your Spirit T-shirts and show your school pride!

For an order form e-mail Laurel Fuqua at llfuqua@eiu.edu or call 581-5522.



LAUREL L FUQUA, Student Programs
Posted: Aug 10, 2017

 

Especially for Students (Official Notices)

URSCA GRANTS FOR SPRING 2018

EIU is pleased to announce tuition grants for students engaging in undergraduate research, scholarship, or creative activity (URSCA) for spring 2018.

Eligible students must be enrolled in a research or creative activity class with a faculty mentor, and must be working on an independent project. Undergraduates from all fields are encouraged to apply. The $750 award will be offered in the form of a tuition waiver or a grant in aid. The deadline for applications is Monday, October 9. For more information, and to apply, please visit www.eiu.edu/honors/URSCA.

ANGELA R VIETTO, English Department
Posted: Sep 19, 2017

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarship applications are now available for the following scholarships on the International Students & Scholars website.

International Student Scholarship Deadline: October 16, 2017 at 11:59PM

Carl Koerner Memorial Scholarship Deadline: October 16, 2017 at 11:59PM

For more information, please contact the Office of International Students and Scholars at 581-2321 or email international@eiu.edu.



KRISHNA P THOMAS, International Students & Scholars
Posted: Sep 11, 2017

 

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