The Center for Renewable Energy exists to support the renewable energy major at ISU; serve the Illinois renewable energy community by providing information to the public; and conduct applied research on renewable energy at ISU and through collaborations with other universities.
The ISU Child Care Center provides high quality, developmental child care services for ISU students' children aged 3-10 years. The Center also serves as a lab site for practicum students and volunteers in the ISU Family and Consumer Sciences Department as well as other campus departments.
Gamma Phi Circus is the oldest collegiate circus in the United States. Gamma Phi delivers an action-packed, high-energy, live-entertainment spectacle, showcasing feats of strength and derring-do. Acts usually include flying trapeze, juggling, trampoline, gym wheel, and many more.
The Horticulture Center encompasses 10 acres and is located on Raab Road, north of the University Golf Course, and across the street from Heartland Community College. The Center provides a focal point and support for horticultural instruction and scholarship, as well as public demonstration and outreach. Community members can take part in our many events offered throughout the year.
The llinois State University farm supports the teaching, research, and outreach activities of the Department of Agriculture. Current enterprises at the University Farm include corn, soybeans, alfalfa, swine, beef, and sheep. The farm currently has eight full-time employees in addition to numerous student employees.