Retirement party and blood drive today

A retirement party for Don Belford, facilities maintenance technician, will be held from 1-2:30 p.m. Wed., April 30 in the grounds metal building.

A blood drive will take place in the Student Union on Wednesday, April 30, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Health/dental insurance enrollment now open

Q and A sessions: May 5, 9-10:30 a.m.; May 8, 2-3:30 p.m., Robert H. Stephens Room

The Board of Trustees has approved health/dental insurance plans and premiums for the 2014-2015 plan year.

FY2015 Health/Dental Insurance Summary Memo                 Online enrollment instructions

If you are making NO changes to your current enrollment, there is nothing you need to do to continue your coverage for FY 2015.  Employees need to do an online enrollment under the following conditions: changing plans; adding/dropping dependents; contributing to a flexible spending account; declining health insurance coverage (even if you currently decline the coverage.)

For a complete schedule of benefits for each plan and important notices about your health insurance coverage, click on the appropriate link below.  Also, for those enrolling in the High Deductible Plan, the designated Health Savings Account form below must be completed and sent to the HR office.

High Deductible Plan Schedule of Benefits

Open Access Plan Schedule of Benefits

Vision Schedule of Benefits

Dental Insurance Schedule of Benefits

Important Notices About Your Insurance Coverage

HSA Enrollment Form

In compliance with the Affordable Care Act, the College has provided a Summary of Benefits and Coverage for each plan offered.  This document, in a standard format, summarizes important information about each health coverage option to help you compare across options. Contact HR if you would like a paper copy.  Please refer to the provided Schedule of Benefits above for specific plan information.

FY15 High Deductible Plan SBC

FY15 Open Access Plan SBC

 

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LLCC radiography students place second and third in recent competition

Two Lincoln Land Community College students in the associate degree radiography program were winners in the research paper and presentation competition at the Illinois State Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Conference April 23-25 in Peoria.

Brittney Maus of Chestnut placed second for “Anencephaly” and third place was awarded to Mindy Himes of Pawnee for “Ovarian Cancer.” Both students received a certificate and monetary recognition.

Over 240 second year radiography students from Illinois attended the conference. Out of the papers submitted, two of the three students chosen to present were from LLCC.

In the News

Lesley Frederick, vice president, Student Services, was interviewed by WICS on the Illinois Veteran’s Grant and its cost to LLCC due to lack of funding from the state of Illinois.

NOTE: Due to an unfortunate camera angle taken by WICS, the three flagpoles in front of Menard look like one pole with the MIA flag on top. As we all know, there are three poles and our police department always follows proper flag etiquette.

Lanphier Students Visit LLCC

Lanphier 4-29-14 visitA group of 60 Lanphier High School freshman and sophomores in the Read 180 Program visited the LLCC campus Tuesday, April 29.  After hearing a presentation by Terri Hinrichs, recruitment coordinator, about planning and preparing for college during high school, the students toured campus and learned about programs of study available.

ASSOCIATE IN FINE ARTS WORKGROUP – REQUEST FOR FEEDBACK

A workgroup was formed to review and suggest any necessary changes to the current Associate in Fine Arts Degree (AFA).  Please review the attached proposal regarding those suggested changes and give your feedback to a workgroup member (listed below). The workgroup will then evaluate the responses and make a recommendation to the Academic and Admissions Standards Team. We would like your opinions on or before Wednesday, April 30 as we would like to make our proposal at the May 9 Standards Team meeting.

AFA Current Degree Requirements

Thank you for your prompt response.

AFA Workgroup Members: Michelle Coakes, Michelle.Coakes@llcc.edu 6-4968; Peggy Goetsch, Peggy.Goetsch@llcc.edu, 6-9622; Elaine Guthals,Elaine.Guthals@llcc.edu, 6-2276; Jane Hartman, Jane.Hartman@llcc.edu, 6-4969; Claire Heffron-McKinney, Claire.Heffron-McKinney@llcc.edu, 6-2591; Beth Hoffmann, Beth.Hoffmann@llcc.edu, 6-2314; Al Shull, Al.Shull@llcc.edu, 6-2321; Jason Waddell, Jason.Waddell@llcc.edu, 6-2319.

In the News

Jim Ruppert, SJ-R sports editor, complimented the LLCC baseball fieldin the April 28 edition: “In my seemingly fruitless quest for the ultimate baseball park experience in Springfield, I have come upon what I have now deemed the best place for baseball in the city: Lincoln Land Community College’s Claude Kracik Field. The home of the Loggers has everything a local ballpark needs: the playing surface is well groomed and no longer holds water, the dugouts can accommodate both teams, there’s a place to park that’s safe, there’s a place to sit and watch, there’s a really good concession stand, there’s a terrific press box and the scenery is pretty nice too. They play good baseball at Kracik Field, too…”

The LLCC softball team was the subject of a profile on WICS and FOX 55 sports yesterday.

Judy Jozaitis, vice president, Workforce Development and Community Education, was interviewed by Sam Madonia on Sports Radio 1450 yesterday morning on Community Education, College for Kids and the Academy of Lifelong Learning.

Jessica Ingold, coordinator, youth services, was interviewed on WMAY this morning regarding College for Kids and Community Education.

 

Beardstown ESL students & families visit IL State Museum

ESL field trip picture

Students of the Beardstown ESL class and their families who are enrolled in the Secretary of State Penny Severns Family Literacy program in Beardstown took a field trip to the Illinois State Museum this past Saturday. Students and families enjoyed the museum, especially the children’s activity area.

This Week at LLCC

Monday, April 28, Admissions & Records staff will host a retirement open house from 2-4 p.m. in the Records Office to celebrate Ron Gregoire‘s years of service to the college, in his retirement.

A retirement reception will be held Tuesday, April 29 from 2-3:30 in the R.H. Stephens Room to honor Bob Smith, Information Technology Specialist.

The annual Student Recognition Ceremony will be Tuesday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Union of Menard Hall.

A retirement party for Don Belford, facilities maintenance technician, will be held from 1-2:30 p.m. Wed., April 30 in the grounds metal building.

A blood drive will take place in the Student Union on Wednesday, April 30, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.