Turner Hall is home to the College of Applied Science and Technology, the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, the Department of Technology, and a Child Care Center for students with two to ten year old children.
Turner Hall opened in 1963 and was named after Jonathan Baldwin Turner. He lead the way for programs in agriculture and industrial technology at Illinois State. Turner served as President of the Illinois Teachers Institute. He was also known for his progressive ideas on education.
Turner Hall is located next to the Redbird Arena on W. College Avenue.
College of Applied Science and Technology
Campus Box 5000
The College of Applied Science and Technology, located on the first floor of Turner Hall, is home to the Departments of Agriculture, Criminal Justice, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Kinesiology and Recreation, Military Science, and Technology.
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Campus Box 5060
The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, located on the first floor of Turner Hall, offers applied fields of study that focus on enhancing the lives of individuals, their families, and communities.
Department of Technology
Campus Box 5100
The Department of Technology is located on the second floor of Turner Hall.