Convalescent plasma donations

The Central Illinois Community Blood Center is actively looking for folks who have tested positive for COVID-19 to give convalescent plasma. Interested donors can go to to view eligibility criteria and get started with the approval process. You’ll need to click the red Self-Referral button. Convalescent plasma donors must be pre-approved and scheduled by the blood center. No-self schedules are allowed for this type of donation. As a “thank-you” all convalescent plasma donors will receive a $35 e-gift card (Potential convalescent plasma donors must meet criteria to be eligible for this e-gift card).

If you are not eligible for convalescent plasma donation, but still wish to help out through a blood donation, LLCC Student Life invites you to join them for their in-center blood drive Jan. 25-30.

Loggers basketball kicks off today

LLCC women's spring 2021 basketball teamThe LLCC basketball season kicks off today! Men’s and women’s home basketball games will be livestreamed on YouTube for fans at There will be no in-person attendance at games due to COVID-19 safety protocols.

The LLCC women’s team plays today at 5 p.m. against Kaskaskia College, and the men’s team plays at 7 p.m. against Mineral Area College.

The link to watch games can also be found on under the Sports tab in the schedule portion for both teams.

Our sympathy to Sue Alexander

We extend our condolences to Sue Alexander, LLCC Adult Education coordinator, on the passing of her mother, Elizabeth White on Jan. 13. A funeral service will be held on Jan. 23, at 10 a.m. at the Southern View Chapel. Burial will be at the Camp Butler National Cemetery with a family ceremony at a later date. Read the obituary.

Teams/Zoom backgrounds

Show your LLCC pride with fun Teams/Zoom backgrounds! Click on images for largest resolution. Then right-click (on PC) and save to your computer for easy access.

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Midyear Progress Update Form

In an effort to gather progress information for the current fiscal year’s Planning & Budgeting Projects, a simple Midyear Progress Update form has been created for your completion. This will serve as an update on current FY21 Planning & Budgeting Projects. If you submitted a project request during the FY21 Planning & Budgeting Process, you will be required to submit midyear progress update information for approved projects. View updated FY21 Planning & Budgeting documents. Budget Maintenance requests are excluded from this process.

Please access the SharePoint form and provide progress information for each of your FY21 projects. The form is filtered to display the project id numbers that you will need to respond to. Select a project id number, provide the necessary information, include supporting documents as attachments and submit the form. As each project id is completed, it will be removed from the drop down list on the SharePoint form.

All submitted forms will be routed directly to your VP/cabinet-level supervisor for review.

Your responses should include specific evidence to support your project progress. If you have questions about what type of specific support, please contact Karie Longhta.

If you have any problems with accessing the SharePoint page, contact Megan McCann.

The updates should be submitted no later than Jan. 31, 2021.

Using Active Listening to Deepen Student Engagement in Live Remote Classes

Originally presented live on Dec. 10, 2020, the online seminar “Using Active Listening to Deepen Student Engagement in Live Remote Classes” is now available for on-demand viewing. You can access the presentation and supporting documents through the on-demand seminar link. To access the presentaiton, enter the following password: remote211

On-demand access to the seminar will be available for one year from the date of the live presentation.

Please contact with any questions.