Richmond Family Welcome Gallery
The Richmond Family Welcome Gallery at Alice Campbell Alumni Center is a showcase for the heritage and global impact of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, made possible through the generosity of the late Jack and Marjorie Richmond.
Featuring interactive exhibits about the past, present, and future of the University, the Welcome Gallery opened during Illinois’ Homecoming Week in October 2018. The gallery serves as a destination for returning alumni and other campus visitors and a gateway through which prospective students and their families can learn about and explore the University. We hope you will visit us during your next trip to campus!
Learn more about the Richmond Family Welcome Gallery’s exhibits about the past, present, and future of the University.
Sample the Richmond Family Welcome Gallery’s interactive exhibits by experiencing these interviews, videos, and more. Visit the Digital Exhibits page to view more content from our interactive exhibits.
From guitar and mandolin clubs of the late 1800s to modern-day lineups at local venues, music has made Illinois students dance from the very beginning.
Growing up means learning to communicate, and students have met the challenge with increasing sophistication and ingenuity over the past 150 years.
Illinois Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Josh Whitman remembers the unique experience of taking Professor Richard Scanlan's Greek and Roman Mythology course.
History major Jillian Davis recalls her experience studying abroad in Paris, France, where "even walking around is a learning experience."