Nyder was born with a rare disease called Multiple Hereditary Exostosis, which causes painful tumors on her bones. The tumors and related deformities decrease Nyder’s mobility, making it difficult for her to access a complete range of sounds using traditional instruments. The Will to Succeed Scholarship Nyder received has brought her one step closer to achieving her goal.
Student Access and Accommodation Services is taking the lead to expand opportunities for universal student learning during the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Illinois State University concluded its largest fundraising campaign on June 30, raising $180.9 million during Redbirds Rising: The Campaign for Illinois State. The historic campaign was supported by 56,143 donors.