Jolene Lamb, coordinator, LLCC Culinary Institute, wrote today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register, “Making do with what we have on hand.”
Kevin Lust, director, ISBDC at LLCC, was interviewed yesterday on 1450 AM’s Agri-Business Today regarding services being offered to small business owners during the pandemic.
Jay Kitterman, consultant, LLCC Culinary Institute, wrote today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register entitled, “Passover will be different this year.”
Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president of LLCC, was interviewed Friday on AM Springfield and WFMB about LLCC’s move to a virtual campus during the COVID-19 pandemic and how the college is moving forward.
Kevin Lust, director, ISBDC at LLCC, was quoted in stories in the Washington Examiner, Marietta Daily Journal, WJBC-AM, KPVI-TV, St. Joseph News-Press, Peoria Journal Star, Alton Daily News, newsbug.info, riverbender.com and others on services being offered to small business owners during the pandemic.
Sheridan Lane, interim director, culinary program and operations, is the author of today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register, “Inspire children in the kitchen while at home.”
“We are deeply saddened to hear of the closure of this longstanding institution located within the LLCC district,” said Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president of LLCC. “We invite any MacMurray student to contact us for personalized assistance in continuing their education at LLCC.”
MacMurray students are encouraged to email Mac2LLCC@llcc.edu, call 217-786-9600 or text 217-387-3342. Staff from the LLCC Outreach Center in downtown Jacksonville and the main campus in Springfield are ready to help students who wish to continue their education through the sophomore level or in a career education program, in such fields as nursing, criminal justice, business, education and many more.
LLCC personnel will work one-on-one with MacMurray students in exploring affordable transfer options for the upcoming summer and fall terms and answer questions about financial aid and transcripts.
LLCC will also offer in-district tuition rates to MacMurray students, regardless of their home addresses. In-district tuition is $131.50 per credit hour for summer term and $133.00 per credit hour for the fall semester. Some LLCC programs have variable tuition rates.
More information is available at www.llcc.edu/mac2llcc.
“LLCC is here in this challenging time,” an essay by Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president, which first appeared in the State Journal-Register March 29, was picked up by Community College Daily, an e-publication of the American Association of Community Colleges, for its e-Headlines March 30.
Dr. Charlotte Warren, LLCC president, wrote the essay, “LLCC is here during this challenging time” for the “Connections” section of the Sunday, March 29 State Journal-Register.