Please view the latest Phone Directory Addendum and note these recent personnel changes or listing corrections that occurred in July for the 2016 Phone Directory.
The Public Relations and Marketing office is looking for volunteers to assist at the “welcome table” in A. Lincoln Commons during the first week of fall classes. Help students get a great start to the semester by providing directions, handing out student planners and answering a multitude of questions.
The Facilities Services Work Order system and the Public Relations and Marketing Project Request form are migrating to the web-based submission process via the KBOX ticket system as currently in use by ITS, the Print Shop and Institutional Research and Effectiveness departments. The queue is available for immediate use.
ITS is hosting two open workshop sessions that you can stop in and ask questions and receive personal assistance with the steps to submit a ticket through the KBOX software for any of the queues. No registration is necessary. For those off-campus and in need of assistance, please contact Jeris Creasey to schedule a training session via Skype.
- Today, June 23 10-11 a.m. in Menard Hall, Room 1173
- Tuesday, June 28 2-3 p.m. in Menard Hall, Room 1173
Please view the May Addendum and note these recent personnel changes or listing corrections that have occurred this month for the 2016 Phone Directory.
New LLCC e-letterhead is available on the portal. Visit the PRM Portal Page and click the top announcement “2016-2017 E-Letterhead” to access downloadable Word documents for main campus, Jacksonville/Beardstown and Taylorville/Litchfield versions.
Please submit any events you would like included in the Student Planner to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, June 2.
Please include name of the event, date, time and location.
These events will also be listed on the colleges main Website Calendar and the “College, Events, Athletics” Calendars available in Outlook.
The PRM staff would like to thank everyone who assisted in any way with the nearly 365 7th graders who visited campus on Tuesday, May 3 and Thursday, May 5.
During the special visit, participating staff and faculty wowed the students with demonstrations highlighting classes and programs at LLCC. They talked to the students about how to “Find their path and launch their Future” and how to make wise decisions when choosing a career.
After a brief welcome to Lincoln Land Community College, the students toured the Workforce Careers Center, emergency services areas, surgical technology area, the theatre and a computer area.
Faculty and staff providing information to students included Nick Ferreira, Janice Lovekamp, Nancy Sweet, Joe Hoenes, Julie Rourke, Dave Green, Carmen Allen, Dave Pietrzak, Curt Robinson, Brian Early, Mark Hardiman, Sean Keeley, Tom Spears, and Darla Cochran.
As students heard from faculty and staff about various careers and programs, they enjoyed slushies provided by renewable energies and the HVAC programs. They also experienced a presentation about coding with Carmen Allen, went outside to see the semi-trucks and got some Kodak moments the automotive area.
Please view the April Addendum and note these recent personnel changes that have occurred following the publication of the 2016 Phone Directory.
As the last phase of the college’s Go Near Go Far campaign, we are focusing on LLCC’s outstanding faculty. As we talked to students and staff, we gathered words used to describe LLCC professors, including “inspiring,” “motivational,” “experienced,” “sincere,” “passionate.” The Enrollment Management Team looked at data and chose four programs to highlight and as a result, four professors were approached and agreed to be featured. A sincere thank you to Carmen Allen, Randy Rue, Thom Whalen and Dr. Paul Hudson for their time and effort in participating in these short videos.
View the commercials at www.llcc.edu/inspirational-professors.
PRM will host a tour of Chatham Middle School 7th Graders tomorrow morning, May 3 and Thursday, May 5. The students will be gathering in the Trutter Center and visiting various programs in the Workforce Careers Center, Montgomery Hall and lower Sangamon between 9-11:15 a.m. Please welcome these future (we hope) LLCC students!