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November 20, 2015

WIU-QC Instructor Helps with ACOE Project
WIU-QC Instructor Helps with ACOE Project

When Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) officials began considering work on a lock and dam bulkhead on the Ohio River, they turned to a Western Illinois University professor to create a three-dimensional model to help divers prepare for the underwater work. Read more.

November 20, 2015

Update: Voluntary Retirement Program

The Illinois General Assembly has not yet passed a Fiscal Year 2016 appropriated budget for higher education. As a result, Western Illinois University faces unprecedented economic challenges. My leadership team and I are planning a multi-faceted approach to address this difficult situation. Read more.

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2015-2016 WQPT-PBS Ambassadors

Front Left: Cody Hageman (Western Illinois University-QC), Iame Rea (University of Iowa), Kasey Fish (Western Illinois University-QC), Grace Brasel (Augustana College), Christopher Black (Black Hawk College) Back Left: John McAfoos (Western Illinois University-QC), Rich Yerington (Western Illinois University-QC), Lauren Tague (Illinois State University), Kathryn Reed (Illinois State University), Remona Laing (St. Ambrose University), Nicolas Riojas (Augustana College) Not Pictured: Alexandra Lenger (Iowa State University) and Katherine Williams (St. Ambrose University)

WIU Online RN-BSN Program Rank in Top 50 for Affordability

Western Illinois University's online RN-BSN completion program has been named to the list of the top 50 most affordable colleges for online RN-BSN programs.

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A new campus, a new semester and a new success story and it all begins here. Watch us tell our story!

A Smoke-Free Campus

Effective July 1, Western Illinois University is now smoke-free as part of the Illinois Smoke-Free Campus Act. The goal is to create a healthy place to live, learn and work.

MBA Program Available Entirely Online

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is now available to complete entirely online. Take courses in the traditional face-to-face format when your schedule allows. Take online courses when you need the flexibility. Either way, you'll have the same quality curriculum and the same great faculty.

Changes to WIU's Wireless Internet

This summer, University Technology made some modifications to the university's wireless network that will improve the way in which users connect to Wi-Fi. As such, the process for connecting to Wi-Fi has slightly changed.

WIU-QC Riverfront Campus Development
Quad Cities Campus Development

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