Abbey Knize, a senior majoring in intradisciplinary psychology, shares tips and tricks for keeping focus while working on coursework.
- Riley Brandhorst, a junior studying communication, studied abroad in Rome. She reflects on her experience.
- We caught up with a handful of graduating seniors to get their perspective on their time at Illinois, including advice for incoming freshmen. Check out what they had to say.
- In the James Scholar Program, enrichment points have rewarded me with some of my favorite memories during my undergraduate career.
- Connecting with people on a campus of 30,000 students can be hard. Connecting with yourself and the person you’re becoming is even harder. The LAS Honors program helped me with both over my past two years on campus.
- Muskaan Siddique explains how working with LAS advisors led her to find a unique path that fulfills her interests.
- Brian D'Souza, a senior studying geophysics and English, recalls how he transferred into UIUC’s Division of General Studies and eventually found his path to LAS.
- Zoe Caryl is currently a sophomore majoring in atmospheric science and minoring in political science. She is a catcher on the varsity softball team. She provides tricks for navigating a heavy schedule.
- Mi Pueblo elevated my mood so much to be able to be with people who also enjoyed speaking Spanish, and to do it in a less formal setting that wasn’t so high-stakes and that wasn’t really a classroom setting.
- As a student with a disability, entering college is both difficult and intimidating; between struggling to find a new support system, figuring out a new routine, and navigating the various accommodations one might need, balancing a challenging academic avenue on top of it all seems impossible. However, the University of Illinois makes it so no one has to face things alone.