Kevin Lust, director, ISBDC at LLCC, was interviewed April 2 by WICS regarding services being offered to small business owners during the pandemic. The services being offeredy by ISBDC at LLCC were also covered by MDJOnline.com.
Kevin Lust, director, ISBDC at LLCC, was interviewed April 1 by the State Journal-Register and WLDS/WEAI radio regarding services being offered to small business owners during the pandemic. He also participated in a webinar, COVID-19 Relief for Small Businesses, yesterday sponsored by UIS.
LLCC is offering special assistance to students of MacMurray College displaced by Friday’s announcement of MacMurray’s closure at the end of spring semester.
“We are deeply saddened to hear of the closure of this longstanding institution located within the LLCC district,” said Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president of LLCC. “We invite any MacMurray student to contact us for personalized assistance in continuing their education at LLCC.”
LLCC personnel will work one-on-one with MacMurray students in exploring affordable transfer options for the upcoming summer and fall terms and answer questions about financial aid and transcripts.
LLCC will also offer in-district tuition rates to MacMurray students, regardless of their home addresses. In-district tuition is $131.50 per credit hour for summer term and $133.00 per credit hour for the fall semester. Some LLCC programs have variable tuition rates.
“LLCC is here in this challenging time,” an essay by Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president, which first appeared in the State Journal-Register March 29, was picked up by Community College Daily, an e-publication of the American Association of Community Colleges, for its e-Headlines March 30.
Dee Krueger, director, LLCC-Taylorville, was interviewed by phone for the WTIM Morning Talkshow. Dee gave information on Christian County resources available to LLCC-Taylorville students during the pandemic; how LLCC faculty, staff and administration can be contacted while we work remotely; and where students can go for more information on how to make the transition to remote and alternative delivery methods. She also discussed upcoming summer classes at LLCC-Taylorville and the Memorial Health System and LLCC nursing education partnership.