Line of march for Commencement 2019

Each year we do our best to ensure that the line of march is accurate with hire dates provided by LLCC Human Resources. The line changes each year due to retirements, resignations and individuals who have received permission to be excused from the ceremony. The attached line-up MAY change all the way up to the evening of commencement. As we receive notification of individuals who will not be attending, we revise the line-up. Please note that if you are not planning on attending commencement you will need to receive an excused absence from the Office of the President.

The attached line of march is an approximation of where you will be seated during the 2019 commencement ceremony. It is more of a guide as opposed to a hard and fast rule. If you believe you should be somewhere else in the line, feel free to stand there.

The Faculty Marshalls this year are Beth Hoffmann and Carmen Allen, and they will direct you to the appropriate location during the seating process. There are 10 seats in a row, so if there are last minute no-shows, you may be bumped up a row depending on the 10-in-a-row seating arrangement.

The line of march will be posted in several locations to refer to upon your arrival. Please line up according to your  line (line “A” [house left]  or line “B” [house right]) and row # which will also be posted.

Please do not congregate at the front of the line making it difficult for others to get in line.

Commencement is a time when the focus is on our graduating students and their accomplishments. We appreciate your attendance at the ceremony and look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of our students together.

Line of March 2019

In the news

Dr. Cynthia Maskey, dean of health professions, was interviewed by Sam Madonia on 1450 AM about LLCC’s upcoming Health Career Expo which will be held  on May 23.

Jolene Lamb, coordinator, LLCC Culinary Institute, wrote today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register, “What’s in season?

Sign up to be a Welcome Week volunteer!

LLCC Public Relations and Marketing is looking for volunteers to assist at the welcome table in A. Lincoln Commons June 3-6 during the first week of summer classes. Help students get a great start to the summer session by answering their questions and providing directions. FAQ handouts will be on the tables again along with highlighters to help mark students’ routes to their classes.

To sign up, add your name to this Welcome Week sign up sheet or contact Amy Flynn at amy.flynn@llcc.edu.

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VALIC representative on campus May 22

QR code for registering for session with VALIC representative. To register go to my.VALIC.com/seminars and enter registration code 6303SPR11AB.David Jones, VALIC financial advisor, will be on campus Wednesday, May 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the VP Conference Room. He will be on site for 30-minute account reviews to help employees understand options and new enrollments. To register go to my.VALIC.com/seminars and enter registration code 6303SPR11AB.

Flags at half-staff

The U.S. flag and the state flag are being flown at half-staff from sunrise Wednesday, May 15 until sunset Friday, May 17 in honor and remembrance of Corporal John G. Krebs, United States Army from Sterling, Illinois.

Accounts Payable going to a weekly schedule for FY20

Beginning in July 2019, LLCC Accounts Payable checks will be done on a weekly basis. Checks will be printed and mailed/deposited on Friday of each week. During the summer schedule and holidays, the check date will be Thursday or the last day of the week. All payment requests received by Friday will be paid on the following Friday. The payment dates are located on the Employee Portal/Finance Department/Accounts Payable.

If you have any questions please contact victoria.bradley@llcc.edu.

Summer 2019 tuition waiver information

To all full-time employees who plan on using the employee tuition waiver for themselves or their qualified dependents for summer 2019 LLCC classes:

The tuition due date has been scheduled for Wednesday, May 15. Please have your completed employee waiver form to LLCC Human Resources no later than May 15  to ensure classes will not be dropped.

If you anticipate registering on or after Wednesday, May 15, please submit your completed employee waiver form to HR either before or the day of your registration to prevent being dropped from course(s).

If you have any questions, please contact LLCC Student Accounts at 786-2480 or student.finances@llcc.edu. Thank you.

Calling all artists! “On My Own Time” slated for September

On My Own Time. Art: 1.a. The activity of creating beautiful things. b. Works, such as paintings or drawings, resulting from such activity. This fall, LLCC will once again be participating in the Springfield Area Arts Council’s On My Own Time (OMOT) program. This unique program provides LLCC faculty and staff an opportunity to display original art they have created outside the office, truly, on your own time. There will be an in-house exhibit at LLCC followed by a city-wide exhibit at the Springfield Art Association showcasing first place award-winning artwork from all participating businesses, agencies and institutions.

LLCC’s in-house exhibit will be featured on the LLCC-Springfield campus September-November.

Faculty and staff may enter up to three artworks each, created since 2016, for a fee of $5 per entry. The fee assists SAAC with costs of the OMOT program. Details and deadlines will be announced at the beginning of fall semester.

So spend time this summer using your imagination and skills to create new artwork! A detailed list of the categories, as well as the rules are attached.

Please contact me with any questions.
Misty Hagstrom, 786-2466misty.hagstrom@llcc.edu

2019 OMOT Categories
OMOT 2019 Rules and Regulations

Education program holds capstone meeting for students

LLCC education students recently participated a capstone meeting for the academic year. While networking and enjoying pizza, the students received information on transferring with their associate degree, new state requirements for educators and changes in the teacher education field.

LLCC Education students