Cell phone Wallpaper
Take the University of Illinois with you on your cell phone or wireless handheld device. Add images of landmarks at the Urbana-Champaign campus to your phone or wireless device as wallpaper or a screensaver.
Consult your manual to determine the screen size. Choose a wallpaper image with the same dimensions as your screen size and select the appropriate link.
To use the images, you must be able to:
- Download the wallpaper images to your computer and email them to your phone (example email address: firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Download the wallpaper images to your phone using its Web browser.
- Download the wallpaper images to your computer and then port the files from your computer to your phone or wireless device using either a USB cable or Bluetooth.
Consult your manual for the specific steps. Contact your cellular service provider or wireless device manufacturer if you need more help.
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Created by sculptor and Illinois graduate Lorado Taft in 1929, the Alma Mater represents the University’s motto of “Learning and Labor.”
Altgeld Hall Bell Tower
Altgeld Hall's Senior Memorial Chimes are located in the bell tower and concerts are performed most weekdays from 12:50 to 1 p.m.
NCSA Projector Display Wall
A professor and two students discussing the Evolution Highway on the 40-projector display wall at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.
One of the oldest buildings on campus, Foellinger Auditorium is located on the south end of the main Quad.
Fu Dog at Allerton Park and Retreat Center
A Fu Dog sculpture at Allerton Park in the Fu Dog Garden, designed in 1932 to showcase 22 ceramic Fu Dogs.
The pillars were originally located on University Hall, the first building on the main Quad. The plaza is the focal point of the east entry to the campus.
Quad and Illini Union
A view of the Illini Union from a balcony at Foellinger Hall, overlooking the main campus Quad, a popular gathering place.
Illini Union Clock Tower
Built in 1939, and dedicated by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in 1941, the Illini Union is modeled after colonial Virginia.
Created by sculptor and Illinois graduate Lorado Taft, the Alma Mater has represented the University’s motto of “Learning and Labor” since its unveiling in 1929.
Constructed in 1896-1897 and first used as the University library, Altgeld Hall is now home to the Mathematics Department and was added to the National Register of Historic Buildings in 1970.
One of the oldest buildings on campus, the auditorium is located on the south end of the main Quad. The building was the original location of the Alma Mater sculpture.
The pillars forming this archway were originally located on University Hall, the first building on what later became the main Quad. The plaza is the focal point of the east entry to the campus.
Built between 1907 and 1910, three round barns on the South Farms are the inspiration of Wilbur J. Fraser, the first head of the Department of Dairy Husbandry.
I Mark (blue)
I Mark (orange with founding date)
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