Founded in 1906, The Illinois Club is one of few entities on campus
that takes pride in celebrating over 100 years of history!
When we began as the Tuesday Tea Club, little did those women envision that today our
membership would be 25% men and that we would be awarding $20,000 in scholarships every year.
The purpose of our Club is to build the University of Illinois and surrounding
Champaign-Urbana communities by promoting friendship and education. This purpose is
achieved through interest groups, campus tours, University of Illinois scholarship awards,
and special events.
The heart of The Illinois Club, where great friendships begin, are the many INTEREST
GROUPS it sponsors. Many of these groups appeal to both men and women, resulting in
a diverse membership. Groups usually meet one or more times a month in members'
homes, or at other locations. Daytime, evening, or weekend meeting times are arranged
by the group. Some group meetings are listed in the Community Calendar section of the
Sunday News-Gazette, with information on how to contact the host.
The Illinois Club also organizes a number of events available to all members throughout
the year. A few events are for Club members only, but most are open to family members
and guests. Check our CALENDAR for upcoming events and dates.
Among our events are field trips to interesting locations in Illinois and surrounding states.
These are described on our website under TOURS, in the newsletter, and in the
Community Calendar section of the Sunday News-Gazette. Our campus tours are
described in our newsletter, weekly E-TIC news, and website under TOURS.
We also have a variety of social and educational events and programs to welcome
prospective members who are new to the University of Illinois community. In addition to
general membership Club outings, we have a welcome reception and other activities
planned just for you, as a part of each year's schedule of events. These can be found
The Club is a registered University organization and represents Illinois at the biennial
conference of the Big Ten University Women's Clubs.
Find out about the 100th Anniversary and Club history.
Click on Newcomers and Interest Groups links (left navigation bar) for more information about the Club.
If you'd like to download a brochure about our Club, click here.
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Special Family-Friendly Event - Amish Farm Dinner, Arcola IL
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Thursday, May 8, 2014
Illini Union, Colonial Room
Guest Speaker: Dr Wayne Pitard, Professor of Relgion and Director of the Spurlock Museum
Come and enjoy a festive spring luncheon with your Illinois Club friends and listen to a short talk on photographic and digital methods used to enhance the interpretation of ancient Near Eastern cylinder seals by our speaker.
A buffet luncheon will be served.
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Early Bird Deadline: April 28, 2014
Final Deadline: May 1, 2014
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