Founded in 1857 by local businessman Jesse Fell, Illinois State University is the oldest public university in the state of Illinois. Originally named Illinois State Normal University, reflecting the primary mission of the school as a teacher training institution, ISU became Illinois State University at Normal in 1964 and finally just Illinois State University in 1968. The official name change reflects the changing mission of the school from teacher training to liberal arts curriculum. This guide to Illinois State University—which is located in Normal, Illinois—provides information and articles about degrees, programs, colleges, and more available from the school.
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