Student Life activities next week

Monday, Sept 15thSoup & Stories presentation in the R.H. Stephens room from 12-1pm: “Tower of Refuge, Inc.” The event includes a light lunch of soup and salad. Admission is free for LLCC students with student ID and $3 for nonstudents. For more information about the presentation, click HERE.

Wednesday, Sept. 17th: Name That Amendment:  Come to the A. Lincoln Commons at 11am to play trivia on the U.S. Constitution and if you finish in the top 4 you will receive an American Eagle silver coin ($28 value)! In addition, prizes will be given for each correct answer! This event sponsored by the Logger Activities Board.

Thursday, Sept. 18th: Showoff YOUR culture! Come to the A. Lincoln Commons from 11-12:30pm to help us decorate mini flags to have YOUR culture represented at our Multicultural Festival on Oct 1st! All flags will be displayed on a banner for all to see and enjoy. Snacks will be provided for all participants. Come join the fun! This event is sponsored by the Logger Activities Board.

Friday, Sept. 19th from 10am-1pm LOGGERPALOOZA 2014: Students, faculty, and staff ALL invited – Come to outside of the A. Lincoln Commons to enjoy live  entertainment by Patrick Lentz, vendor booths, and campus services.

Friday, Sept. 19th Club Information Day! Stop by the R. H. Stephens room from 9am-3pm to learn about the various clubs at LLCC and GET INVOLVED! Free Subway lunches are available to the first 250 LLCC students  with valid student id at 11:30am.

Soup & Stories Sept. 15 features speaker from Tower of Refuge, Inc.

The Student Life Office invites you to a special Soup and Stories program entitled “Tower of Refuge, Inc.” on Monday, Sept. 15. The event begins at noon in the Robert H. Stephens Room of Menard Hall.

The featured presenter for the program is Bevey Louden, co-founder and assistant director of the Tower of Refuge, Inc. in Springfield, who will share her unique experiences working in a grassroots organization whose primary purpose is to reduce the rate of recidivism through various programs and community efforts throughout the state of Illinois.

The event includes a light lunch of soup and salad. Admission is $3 for non-students.


Constitution Day program at LLCC Sept. 17

LLCC is presenting a Constitution Day program Wednesday, Sept. 17 at noon entitled “Free Speech Under Fire: Does the First Amendment Apply to Higher Education?” The presentation takes place in the Trutter Center on the Springfield campus.

Presenters for the event are Anthony DiMaggio, Ph.D., LLCC political science assistant professor, and John K. Wilson, co-editor of and editor of Illinois Academe. The presentation includes what the scope of the first amendment is and should be, related to academia, in addition to recent issues concerning academic freedom and free speech.  Read more…

Travel forms

Travel forms are being redesigned. Watch the LincIn for an announcement about the new forms.  If you have questions, please contact Jill Whitney at ext. 62256.

Lowering of flags on campus

Flags on campus will fly at half-staff effective sunrise to sunset Thursday, Sept. 11, in honor and remembrance of PATRIOT DAY and NATIONAL DAY OF SERVICE AND REMEMBRANCE.

A Special Thank You from Karen Riddell

Thank you to all of my Lincoln Land family for all the e-mails, cards, calls and flowers in the loss of my mother. It really meant so much to my family and myself. She was a very special and loving person and will be missed by all that knew her.

Thank you, again.

Students can benefit from CAS Smart Start Seminars

This free 50-minute seminar is an absolute must for students who are new to college or those who are returning to college after a period of absence. The Smart Start Seminar provides students with the necessary tools to achieve academic success in college courses. Topics include: Introduction to Study Skills, Time Management, Reading and Questioning Texts, Taking Effective Notes, Memory and Test Taking. Click  HERE to download a schedule of seminar dates and times.


Vans will be checked after each use for cleanliness.

  • If trash/discarded items are left in the van or any other cleanup is required by property control staff, a $25.00 fee will be assessed and charged to your department.
  • If a professional cleaning is deemed necessary, a $150.00 fee will be assessed and charged to your department.
  • Return all keys, clipboards, gas cards and receipts, and vehicle trip ticket immediately after each trip.

Thank you for your cooperation!

CDS accepting donations for Annual Silent Auction

Fall is here and that means it is time to start thinking SILENT AUCTION!  Our auction this year will be on Tuesday, October 28 from 10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m.   Our auction this year is limited to just one day so be sure to come up to the Stephens Room that day before 2:00 to place your bid.  All proceeds go to the Career Development Services Emergency Fund which directly helps our students who may run into a situation during the semester that would otherwise keep them from succeeding in their classes.  In past years we have helped with meals, books, school supplies, warm clothing, car repairs, health tests required for some of our programs and even laptops from Computer Banc.  As always, we cannot do this event without your generous donations so bring in anything you have never used, have no use for or are just plain tired of using!  Bring your donations to Career Development Services anytime.  See you on the 28th!

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