The third and final session of College for Kids on the Springfield campus will be held 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Students will begin each day in the Trutter Center, break out to classrooms all over campus, and return to the Trutter Center for closing so please use extra caution, especially driving.
A Radiography Information Session will take place on Monday evening at 6:30 p.m.
A Blood Drive will be held in the Student Union, Menard Hall on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The July Board of Trustees meeting is Wednesday at 5 p.m.
On Thursday, from 9 to 11 a.m., a Rapid Registration event will be held in Menard Hall, 1173 to help current students get registered for Fall classes. Also, at 1 p.m. a New Student Orientation will begin in the R.H. Stephens Room.
FY15 leave time balances for benefit-eligible employees have been updated in Colleague and are available for viewing. You can check your available leave time (or time that is available for employees you supervise) by accessing a report on the HR Portal in the “HR Links” section. You can access that page by clicking here.
Jessica Ingold, youth programs coordinator, and Zander Cowen, College for Kids student, were interviewed by Channel 20 on July 17 about the CFK program and the Backyard Ballistics class.
Ron Riggle, athletic director and baseball coach, was interviewed for this July 17 SJ-R sports story: “LLCC baseball team fortifies for 2015 with 18 recruits.”
Paperwork must be turned into Accounts Payable TODAY, Monday, July 21, for the last check run for FY ’14, which will be July 24. Any invoice received after today will be charged to your FY ’15 budget. It is important that FY ’14 expenditures be processed in the correct fiscal year.
The complete list of Accounts Payable cut-off and check dates for FY15 is available on the LLCC portal under Finance Department, Accounts Payable & Receivable. If you have questions, please call Jill Whitney at 6-2256 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The staff sick bank committee recently met to discuss the upcoming year. During this meeting it was decided that no changes would be made to the current operational guidelines. It was also determined that this year would be a free year for current members.
If you are a current member of the sick bank, your membership will continue without the membership fee of one sick day. However, you are eligible to donate 1 or 2 sick days to the bank at your discretion.
If you are interested in changing your current sick bank participation status, please complete this form. New members to the bank will be charged a one sick day membership fee for joining the group.
Please contact one of the committee members or HR with questions.
LLCC is partnering with several local organizations to host the “Roots to Rooftop” Tour Sunday, July 27, showcasing Springfield area community gardens, urban farms and a rooftop garden. Be sure to stop at Maldaner’s and the Executive Mansion and check out some of the projects our Workforce programs have done.
For more information, search Roots to Rooftop Tour on Facebook or click here.
The Human Resources office is currently advertising vacancies for the Director of Admissions, Records & Registration and the Associate Dean of Nursing. Complete information on these positions can be found on the HR Portal.
Mary Beth Ray (left), director, Career Development Services, was the featured speaker at a Job Preparation Event sponsored by State Representative Sue Scherer (right) at Lincoln Library Monday evening, July 14.
Jane Hartman, professor of music, presented a clinic on Jazz Improvisational Styles at the National Association of Disciples Musician conference in Decatur July 14.
We’ve had a fawn sighting on the Springfield campus! Dr. Chris McDonald, professor of Political Science, found them Friday evening and captured this photograph.