2019-20 LLCC catalog available

LLCC’s new 2019-2020 Catalog is available online. The link to the catalog can also be found on the LLCC homepage by hovering over the “Academics” tab at the top and clicking “Catalog” in the drop down menu.

Any questions about the new catalog may be directed to Lindee Hall, curriculum and catalog technician.

Please note: PRM personnel are currently working to manually update all program pages on the LLCC website with links to the program pages in the new catalog. Your patience is appreciated.


Fall 2019 Common Hour

For fall 2019, the common hour will be 3:30-4:45 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Classes will not be scheduled during this time so cross divisional meetings can take place.

Welcome Rashawn Jones

Rashawn JonesRashawn Jones recently joined LLCC as a registration representative. He is a student at LLCC, studying computer science. He previously worked as a department manager at Walmart and as a student worker in registration. He can be reached at rashawn.jones@llcc.edu or 786-2377. Welcome, Rashawn!

Employee or dependent tuition waiver deadline tomorrow

To all full-time employees who plan on using the employee tuition waiver for themselves or their qualified dependents for fall 2019 LLCC classes:

The tuition due date has been scheduled for Wednesday, July 10. Please have your completed employee waiver form to LLCC Human Resources no later than July 10 to ensure classes will not be dropped.

If you anticipate registering on or after Wednesday, July 10, please submit your completed employee waiver form to LLCC Human Resources either before or the day of your registration to prevent being dropped from course(s).

If you have any questions, please contact Student Accounts at 786-2480 or student.finances@llcc.edu.  Thank you.

Tammy Kuhn-Schnell named chair of the CARLI Board of Directors

Tammy Kuhn-Schnell, dean, library, has been named chair of the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI) Board of Directors for 2019-2020. CARLI is an organization of 131 Illinois libraries serving public and private colleges, universities and research institutions. The CARLI libraries work cooperatively to share resources and services, including I-Share, the integrated library catalog. Together, these libraries serve over 90 percent of college students in Illinois. For more information about CARLI programs, services and outreach,  visit: www.carli.illinois.edu.

Our sympathy to Dawn Townsend

We extend our condolences to Dawn Townsend, administrative assistant, on the passing of her father, Robert H. Wyatt II, on June 23. Visitation will be held Thursday, June 27, 4-7 p.m. and a service will be held on Friday, June 28, 10 a.m. at Grace Bible Chapel in Springfield. Burial will follow at Rochester Cemetery. Read the obituary.

Dr. Carmen Allen and Linda Brown, ICCTA awards nominees

Congratulations to Dr. Carmen Allen, professor of computer science, and Linda Brown, adjunct instructor, on their Illinois Community College Trustees Association (ICCTA) awards nominations as Outstanding Full-Time Faculty and Outstanding Adjunct Faculty. They attended the ICCTA awards banquet on June 7 in Itasca.

Linda Brown and Dr. Carmen Allen

Linda Brown and Dr. Carmen Allen


Congratulations Karen Sanders!

Karen Sanders, executive director of the LLCC Foundation, was named Not-for-profit Business Director of the Year in the 34th Annual Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards presented yesterday. Congratulations Karen!

“On My Own Time” slated for September

On My Own TimeCalling all artists! This fall, LLCC will once again be participating in the Springfield Area Arts Council’s On My Own Time (OMOT) program. This unique program provides LLCC faculty and staff an opportunity to display original art they have created outside the office, truly, on your own time. There will be an in-house exhibit at LLCC followed by a city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association showcasing first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions.

LLCC’s in-house exhibit will be featured on the LLCC-Springfield campus September-November.

Faculty and staff may enter up to three artworks each, created since 2016, for a fee of $5 per entry. The fee assists SAAC with costs of the OMOT program. Details and deadlines will be announced at the beginning of fall semester.

So spend time this summer using your imagination and skills to create new artwork! A detailed list of the categories, as well as the rules are attached.

Please contact me with any questions.
Misty Hagstrom786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu

2019 OMOT Categories
OMOT 2019 Rules and Regulations