61790-2200 Campus Box 6123
Illinois State University was founded in 1857 as Illinois' first public institution of higher education. Now, It is a major multipurpose university offering bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees. ISU consists of a College of Applied Science and Technology, a College of Arts and Sciences, a College of Business, a College of Education, a College of Fine Arts, and a College of Nursing. Among school’s facilities are a modern library with more than 1.6 million volumes, museums and galleries, computer labs, a 10,000-seat athletic arena, a 520-acre farm with a prototype fish farm, a 3,500-seat auditorium, thirteen residence halls, a new Science Laboratory Building, a new Performing Arts Center, and a new College of Business facility. ISU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Illinois State University's English Language Institute (ELI) provides the best of two worlds: a small-town setting and a study program that is able to meet everybody’s educational needs.
Intensive English Program includes at least 20 hours of class instruction a week. Integrated classes in Reading/Writing and Speaking/Listening focus on developing academic skills. All classes are taught in small groups of two to fifteen students. Typical class size is seven to ten students. Additional program components include: Practical Grammar and Lexical Skills classes, Academic Lecture classes, Conversation Partners, Friendship Family Program.
16- Week Term (Fall and Spring semester):
$4,445 for first semester students
$4,277 for returning students
8-Week Term (Summer):
$3,073 for first semester students
$2,968 for returning students