LLCC holiday cards designed by Greg Walbert are now available for use by LLCC employees to send to professional colleagues outside LLCC. You may pick them up at the Information Desk in A. Lincoln Commons or for those off campus, call 786.2577. There is a limited number available.
Student Services and Public Relations and Marketing have teamed up to encourage current students to register for spring classes with the Register and Relax campaign. The campaign includes a sign at the entrance to campus, a display in A. Lincoln Commons, postcards to current students, posters, lapel pins, digital signs and a web banner. Off-campus locations are participating also.
Soon, you will see “Register and Relax” written on classroom blackboards and whiteboards, along with mirrors in bathrooms (all with Facilities Services approval of course!)
We ask that you encourage students to register now for spring classes so they can relax on their holiday break, knowing their spring schedule is in place. Advantages to registering now are a greater selection of classes and a more flexible payment plan.
If students have questions, please refer them to the Enrollment Services hallway in Menard or to ESA staff members, who are eager to help them Register and Relax!
KUDOS to these employees for going above and beyond to assist others and for living LLCC’s core values! Each will receive a KUDOS certificate today.
Robin Ackman, Amber Berman, Kenny Bridgeford, Michelle Burger, Kevin Cline, Scott Ebbing, Sean Edmondson, Kim Elder, Steve Handy, Paula Hermes, Keith Huddleston, Instructional Technology and Distance Education (ITDE) staff, Sylvester “Chad” Jones, Linda McCoy, John Moore, Barb Mustered, Mary Beth Ray, Dawn Townsend and Doris Williams
Click October 2014 KUDOS awards to read what they did and who nominated them!
The next KUDOS will be announced at the end of the fall semester. Nominate a deserving colleague by clicking on the KUDOS tab in the upper right corner of LincIn.
The KUDOS award is an informal way to recognize the small and large ways our faculty and staff contribute to the positive environment that is LLCC. The person you nominate will receive a KUDOS certificate, with winners announced in LincIn. You can make an anonymous nomination if you wish. Brighten someone’s day and say “thank you, great job!” with the KUDOS award.
The next KUDOS award recipients will be announced next week. Nominate a deserving colleague by clicking on the KUDOS tab in the upper right corner of LincIn.
The KUDOS award is an informal way to recognize the small and large ways our faculty and staff contribute to the positive environment that is LLCC. The person you nominate will receive a KUDOS certificate, with winners announced in LincIn, along with what they did to deserve the award. You can make an anonymous nomination if you wish. Brighten someone’s day and say “thank you, great job!” with the KUDOS award.
Thanks to all faculty, staff and students who participated at Campus Visit Day on Monday. The event was a great success. Nearly 250 prospective students and their guests visited campus Monday to get information about programs and services and tour the campus.
Thank you also to all those in Facilities Services who assisted with set-up and/or tear-down of the event.
Campus Visit Day: Prospective students and families are visiting LLCC today for Campus Visit Day. Two sessions are being held, morning and evening. The event includes separate information sessions for adult students and traditional students, exhibits and campus tours.
Budget workshop: 10 to 11 a.m., R.H. Stephens Room. This workshop is similar to the Budget Workshop for the Board of Trustees in which the FY15 budget was presented.
Spain study abroad trip information meeting: 5 p.m., Menard Hall, room 2207. If you are unable to attend the meeting and are interested in more information, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barring any technical difficulties, the newly designed, mobile-friendly LLCC website will launch this weekend and be available Monday, Oct. 13. As a result, the website will be unavailable from 9 p.m. Saturday night, Oct. 11 to approximately 3 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 12. However, WebAdvisor, Blackboard, Police, Outlook and other essential services will still be available.
Following the launch, please send any edits that need to be made to webpages to email@example.com. The content management system is still under development, and content managers will be trained to update their own pages in the near future.
Look for the “My LLCC” box in the top right of the new website. Click on that, and find links to all the essential services for employees and students, including email and the employee portal.
The spring 2015 FORWARD is now available. If you would like a single print copy, stop by the Information Desk in A. Lincoln Commons. Bundles of FORWARDs are available near the mailroom in the lower level of Menard Hall. FORWARD will also be mailed to all households in the district. To read FORWARD online, click HERE.
The 2013-14 Annual Report is also available. Stop by the Information Desk for a copy, or read it online HERE.
The PRM staff would like thank everyone who assisted in any way with the nearly 180 Rochester 6th graders who visited campus Thursday.
During a special presentation, the LLCC Chemistry Club and Law Enforcement Assistant Professor Randy Rue wowed the students with demonstrations highlighting classes and programs at LLCC. Mary Beth Ray, director of Career Development Services, talked to the students about “Finding Their Future” and how to make wise decisions when choosing a career.
Following the presentation, students toured the Workforce Careers Center and the Nursing and Emergency Services areas.
Faculty and staff providing information to students included Jay Kitterman, Cynthia Maskey, Janice Badgett, Bob Howard, Nancy Sweet, Jolene Adams, Julie Rourke, Dan Sheedy, Dave Green, Keven Tait, Jim Betts, Bob Andrews, Leon Williams, Bill Harmon, Nick Ferreira.
As students heard from faculty and staff about various careers and programs, they enjoyed mini cupcakes made by the Culinary Arts program, popcorn from a popper fueled with solar energy and soda/ice made in the HVAC department. They also experienced honking the horn in a semi-truck and got some Kodak moments in the Jaguar and go-cart in the automotive area.
Many activities will be going on throughout the week to kick off the fall semester!
Welcome tables have been set up in A. Lincoln Commons, Millennium Center, Logan Hall and Workforce Careers Center for students to pick up maps and planners. Volunteers also will be helping students find classes and answering questions at the tables in A. Lincoln Commons and Workforce Careers Center.
Student Life is hosting daily Welcome Week Activities in A. Lincoln Commons. Visit their website to see the schedule.
Employees and students will be able to stop by the Police Department in Sangamon Hall anytime between 8 a.m – 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday or 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday to sign up for LLCC Connect.
The Board of Trustees will meet Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room. Click HERE to view the agenda, which included minutes from previous meeting.Also on Wednesday, there will a French Club bake sale in the Student Union, 7:30-11:30 a.m.
ITDE is hosting a Beginning Blackboard Workshop in Sangamon 0119, 5-6 p.m. on Wednesday and a Blackboard Open Lab in Sangamon 0119, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Thursday. Register for these and few the entire ITDE Workshop schedule HERE.