The student communication project’s focus this week is on student wellness and celebrating progress.
Please join us in reminding students that reflection is important.
Have they celebrated successes?
What’s going well and what could be improved?
Are they practicing self-care?
LLCC student success coaches are students’ partners and can help them reflect on their journeys. In addition, the college collaborates with Talkspace, a telemental health provider, to offer free mental health services for currently enrolled students.
Cheer on the Loggers tomorrow, Nov. 29, at Superfans home basketball games! The women’s game is at 5:30 p.m. followed by the men’s game at 7:30 p.m. in Cass Gym against Jefferson College. There will be free popcorn and chances for fans to win prizes!
LLCC Student Life and the Center for Academic Success are hosting a Finals Fair today, Nov. 28, and tomorrow, Nov. 29, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-6 p.m. in A. Lincoln Commons on the Springfield campus. There will be snacks, prizes and staff on-hand to help students prepare for finals.
Want to create a report in ZogoTech but just don’t quite remember where to start? Need a refresher on stacking filters in Navigator to get the right group of students? Have questions on a PowerBI Dashboard?
LLCC Institutional Research and Effectiveness staff are available during dedicated drop-in hours weekly during the fall semester. Stop by MCTR 2215 on Tuesdays 8:30-9:30 a.m. Bring your questions or requests. We look forward to seeing you!
Those with a need to meet virtually should contact IRE for a Teams meeting link.
Congratulations to Diane M. Wilson on being the recipient of LLCC’s Art After Hours (AAH) People’s Choice Award with her drawing entry “Flower Fantasy II.” She receives a $100 VISA gift card, courtesy of the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum.
The AAH citywide exhibit (which will display all pieces awarded first place) will be at the Springfield Art Association (SAA) Nelson Gallery, 700 North Fourth St., Dec. 2-20. The citywide awards will be announced at a reception at the SAA on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 5:30-7:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend.
AAH is a program of the Springfield Area Arts Council offering individuals the opportunity to display original art created outside the office.
Login instructions for this week’s Monday Morning Mentor presentation: How Can I Pace DEI Work to See Subtle Gains Now and Significant Gains in the Future?
Presentation date: Nov. 27, 2023, and on-demand for one week
NOTE: You will need to enter the following password in order to view this week’s program: gains095.
Access to the programs in the Monday Morning Mentor series is restricted to members of the subscribing institution. Any unauthorized use or access, including sharing access with faculty and staff not affiliated with the subscribing institution, is prohibited.
The LLCC-Litchfield Student Club sponsored a Thanksgiving food drive from Nov. 6-17 in which students and faculty collected more than 200 non-perishable food items. These items were donated to the CEFS Economic Opportunity Corporation in Montgomery County.
Classes competed to collect the most items for the drive and win a pizza party. First Year Experience taught by Jessie Blackburn was honored as the class with the most donations.
l-r: Charity Griggs and Debra Wilkie, CEFS; Adrienne Frazier, LLCC-Litchfield education services representative; Josh Bader, Selina Cochran, Maggie Reynolds, Jessie Zhang, Drake Gasperson, Alyssa Lohman and Sofia Ray, LLCC students; and Jessie Blackburn, LLCC-Litchfield director