TODAY: SGA angel tree gifts due; BOT meets

For those of you who took a tag from the Student Government Association (SGA) angel tree, please drop off the gift to the Student Life Office before the end of TODAY. If you did not get a chance to get a tag, the opportunity to do so may be available if there are gifts that do not get turned in for individuals at the Springfield Retirement Village. To assist SGA in making sure everyone receives a gift, please contact Marie Robert,, to find out if anyone is still unaccounted for.

The LLCC Board of Trustees meets tonight at 5:15 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room, Menard Hall. Find the agenda HERE.

SGA coat drive and angel tree

The Student Government Association (SGA) is still collecting coats in conjunction with Eastside Pride until Dec. 4! Gently used coats can be dropped off in the Student Life Office. In addition, the SGA is hosting an angel tree. Pick a tag from the SGA angel tree in A. Lincoln Commons to select an item to donate to the Springfield Retirement Village and return your item to the Student Life Office by Wednesday, Dec. 16.

Community College Completion Corps continues through Friday

Phi Theta Kappa (with assistance from Student Government Association) is conducting a “Community College Completion Corps” (“C4”) event in A. Lincoln Commons every day this week (Nov. 16-20) from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Both students and employees are being asked to sign a pledge card and a banner, showing their commitment and support for students completing their degrees. Participants will get free popcorn and a C4 sticker to wear! The ESAs in Beardstown and Litchfield campuses are also hosting this event.

Interested employees should stop by the C4 table and sign a pledge card and banner. You can also help by encouraging students to sign a pledge card. This semi-annual event is intended to further promote a culture valuing completion at LLCC. Every participant counts!

A thank-you note from Student Life

The Student Life Office would like to thank all who attended and also those who participated in Wednesday’s Veterans Day Ceremony including LLCC Trustee Jerry Wesley, LLCC staff member Doris Williams, LLCC student veteran Kegan Sullivan, LLCC student Bobby Herpel, the LLCC Choir under the direction of Sue Hamilton and the American Legion Post 759 Color Guard. Also, thanks to Julie McKinney, Carl Jones, Facilities staff, Epicurean Club, and Nelson’s for the set up and refreshments. Thanks to the LLCC baseball team, athletic director/baseball coach Ron Riggle, Rebecca Ziekle and Jonathan Davis-Student Life student workers, for their help placing the American flags around campus to honor our LLCC veterans. View more pictures of the Veterans Day Ceremony HERE.

Upcoming Student Life events

Phi Theta Kappa is once again hosting a Commit to Complete Campaign to encourage all students to complete their degrees and certificates. Representatives of PTK will be in A. Lincoln Commons the week of Nov. 16 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Community College Completion Corps (C4) encourages students to sign a pledge card which signifies their commitment to complete their degree or certificate. LLCC faculty and staff are encouraged to support students’ efforts to complete their degree or certificate by becoming a “Completion Champion” when they sign an employee pledge card and the “Completion Champions” banner.  More information is available at

The Veterans Club is selling coffee and doughnuts Monday, Nov. 23 and Monday, Nov. 30 from 9 a.m. to noon in A. Lincoln Commons.

Veterans Day activities

20th annual Veterans Day Ceremony – TODAY, reception at 1 p.m., followed by the ceremony at 1:30 p.m., both in A. Lincoln Commons.

Veterans Club Jeans Day (tomorrow) – Take a $5 donation to the Student Life Office to support the Brian McMillen Veterans Scholarship and wear your jeans.