Key or Unique Demonstrations of Outstanding Service award nominations are now open! They will be accepted through Monday, Sept. 30. Nominate a deserving colleague by filling out the online submission form. Please use the Chrome or Firefox browser when completing this form. The KUDOS awards will be announced Thursday, Oct. 10.
The KUDOS awards are an informal way to recognize the special contributions — small and large — made by faculty and staff that create the positive environment that is LLCC. Brighten someone’s day. Say, “Thank you! Great job!” by nominating that person for a KUDOS award!
LLCC Public Relations and Marketing will have a professional photographer on campus today taking scheduled and unscheduled photos for various publications, advertising and the website. We will ask permission before entering any classroom. Thanks for your cooperation!
Mark your calendars! The fall 2019 Campus Visit Day will be Monday, Oct. 14 with two sessions, from 10 a.m. to noon and 5-7 p.m.
Campus Visit Day is a special campus preview event designed for individuals interested in starting or finishing a college degree or certificate. The event includes a welcome presentation, student panel and an exhibit area where visitors can speak with LLCC representatives from various academic programs and student services, learning how to get started with the enrollment process, how to pay for college and other information relevant to becoming a successful college student. Also, brief tours are offered of areas within Menard and Sangamon halls. Refreshments are provided by LLCC Culinary Arts.
LLCC Public Relations and Marketing thanks everyone who joined us in greeting and assisting students in A. Lincoln Commons during Welcome Week. They helped ensure that students got a great start to the fall semester! It would not have been possible without these volunteers who took time out of their busy days to help students find classes, print off schedules and much more. A special thank you to TRIO Student Support Services for providing towels and a place for students to dry off during Tuesday’s storm, Student Life for providing dry T-shirts and Open Door Mentorship for providing one student with an entire dry outfit!
Volunteers who helped with Welcome Week included: Chris Barry, Shelby Bedford, Julie Clevenger, Gailyn Draper, Barb Eades, Dr. Lesley Frederick, Chief Brad Gentry, Lindee Hall, Sergeant Mike Hanson, Cathy Huffman, Leslie Johnson, Dr. Scott Queener, Leanne Roseberry, Irene Siewert, Candace Silas and Denese Udey.
The fall semester has begun, and today kicks off Welcome Week! Please join us in welcoming new and returning students to campus! Volunteers will be working the Welcome Week table in A. Lincoln Commons and other campus buildings, greeting students, providing directions and helping answer questions.
Help new students get a great start to the fall semester by answering their questions and providing directions! Public Relations and Marketing is looking for volunteers to assist at the welcome table in A. Lincoln Commons and also in Millennium Center, Logan Hall, Montgomery Hall and the Workforce Careers Center Aug. 19-22 during the first week of fall classes.
In A. Lincoln Commons, FAQs will be on the tables along with highlighters to help mark students’ routes to their classes. For Millennium, Logan, Montgomery or the Workforce Careers Center, please contact Amy (email@example.com) for instructions and materials.
LLCC aviation program staff are happy with their new sign, designed by Greg Walbert, graphic design manager, at the Levi, Ray and Shoup, Inc. Aviation Center, located at Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport. The previous sign was destroyed in a spring windstorm. Classes in the program started last week, and the next cohort will begin in January. Shown here are: Dave Pietrzak, program director; Arnold Tullis, aviation mechanics training specialist; Todd Cole, contracted instructor; Rick Stillman, contracted instructor; and Christina Courier, program assistant.