The university has close to 5,000 students in 21 undergraduate programs, 20 master’s programs, and a doctoral in Public Administration program.
The university of Illinois Springfield is known for producing leaders dedicated to public service.
The university offers on-campus and online degrees, and has a 15-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio.
Through the Applied Study team, undergraduates students can take an internship relevant to their major. Many students receive a paid internship.
Besides graduates students, undergraduates are encouraged to share projects and labs with professors and publish and present alongside them.
University of Illinois Springfield is home to several research institutes, including the Center for State Policy and Leadership. The university also owns the Emiquon Field Station, where students work with scientists from the Nature Conservatory documenting one of the world’s largest wetland restorations.