Common Interests


Promotes student interest in agriculture and provides opportunities to use animal science skills. Assists in supporting and helping to improve the livestock judging teams of the college.

Grant Grebner – (309) 694-8443
Pete Fandel – (309) 694-5410

Bass Fishing Club

Promotes the sport of bass fishing by having scrimmage tournaments and the possibility to compete against other schools, all while making new friends.

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

Plans well-organized activities, events and programs, providing a fun, educational, cultural, diverse, engaging and entertaining experience.

Abbie Alsene (Manager of Student Life) – [email protected]


CRU Helps spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations in an interdenominational ministry community, cooperating with millions of people from churches of many denominations and hundreds of other Christian organizations around the world.

Renee Prunty – (309) 694-8536

College Democrats

Fosters the ideals of the Democratic Party and encourages students to actively participate in the political process by which our nation is governed.

Horticulture Club

Promotes the profession of horticulture and encourages learning through experience. Provides opportunities for interaction among club members, other students, educators, and professional horticulturists.

Corinne Brown – (309) 694-8446
Joel Rieker – (309) 694-8872

International Club

International Club provides an understanding of foreign cultures, as well as creating life-lasting friendships among fellow students.

Elizabeth Godinez – [email protected].

Phi Beta Lambda Business Organization (PBL)

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is for students interested in business skills and leadership. As part of PBL nationwide, our chapter participates in state and national competitions, offers scholarships, and attends leadership conferences. PBL isn’t just another student group – it gives members that opportunity to learn, travel, and grow as a business professional. Employers are looking for students with cutting-edge skills. PBL gives members the chance to gain these skills and prepares them for the “real-world” after college. Set yourself apart from the average graduate!

Scott Paulsen
Raymond Kowalczyk

For more information, email [email protected].


Rotaract is Rotary for young adults. Rotary International, with 1.2 million members worldwide, is the parent organization to Rotaract. Both organizations put “Service Above Self,” both locally, through service projects in our area, and internationally, supporting clean water, literacy, and the eradication of polio throughout the world. As part of Rotary, Rotaractors also have the opportunity to network and socialize with members and clubs throughout the world. Our club also works locally with students from Bradley University. Dues are $10 per academic year.

Scott Paulsen – (309) 694-5387/ [email protected]

Strike a Prose Club

The Strike a Prose creative writing club is a relaxed, friendly environment that provides both students and non-Students with the opportunity to bring written works at any stage for brainstorming and advice. Whether it’s an unfinished poem, clunky prose, or a work in progress that just needs polishing; we are here to help you on your literary journey as you meet new friends along the way.

Jim Sullivan – (309) 694-5357/ [email protected]

Student Association for the Environment (SAFE)

Seeks to make students and the general public more environmentally aware.

Jennifer Fenner – [email protected]
Kristin Jacobson – [email protected]
Tom Haner – [email protected]

Student Government Association (SGA)

As the elected voice of the student body, the SGA promises to provide its strong leadership to all students and campus organizations in a united effort to create an environment where effective communication is the key to campus wide awareness of all student activities and concerns making it the cornerstone for the best possible college experience.

Abbie Alsene (Manager of Student Life) – [email protected]

Understanding Individuality Through Education (UNITE)

The Purpose of UNITE is to provide a safe social atmosphere for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and allied (GLBTQA) people of Illinois Central College and the community incorporating nondiscrimination primarily on the basis of sexual orientation, but also race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, and military or veteran status.

Thomas Payne-Brewer – [email protected]

Vagabond Art Club

Promotes, educations, and supports the Fine Arts.

Anita Tuccillo – (309) 694-5489
Megan Foster-Campbell – (309) 694-5165