Dr. John Roberts, professor of history, received a “thumbs up” in Friday’s State Journal-Register “Our View” column and Dr. Victor Broderick, dean of social sciences, was quoted in it.
We extend our condolences to Sharon Evans, professor of reading, on the passing of her mother, Edith M. Evans, on May 17. Visitation and services were held on Sunday, May 20 at Hunter Funeral Home in Mendon. Interment followed at the Mendon Cemetery. Read the obituary.
The 2018 LLCC Commencement ceremony will be held this evening at the Bank of Springfield Center and will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. with the processional. Attached is information regarding Commencement logistics (parking, layout of the center, etc.) and line of march. Please review this information thoroughly.
Regarding parking: The Old Capitol Art Fair is this weekend and artists will be arriving today to set up. Some downtown roads are blocked off and parking may be at a premium, including the Horace Mann parking lot.
Regarding line of march: The line of march 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 move there. The faculty marshalls this year are Beth Hoffman and Dean Butzow, 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” [left] or line “B” [right]) and row number, which will also be posted. Please do not congregate at the front of the line making it difficult for others to get to their assigned place 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.
The college will be closed on Fridays during the 12 weeks of summer beginning Friday, May 25, 2018 and ending on Friday, August 10, 2018. Please see the attached memo from LLCC Human Resources regarding the upcoming summer hours schedule.
LLCC Human Resources is now accepting applications for an academic advisor. Full details on these positions can be found on the HR employment site.
The LLCC softball team, coached by John Marsaglia, continued its national NJCAA Division II tournament play yesterday in Clinton, Miss.
Des Moines Area won yesterday’s 3:30 p.m. game against the Loggers 9-1. The Loggers played again at 5:30 p.m. against Johnson County, with the final score 3-11.
Congratulations to the LLCC softball team for a great season!
Updated versions of online LLCC letterhead are available on the PRM Sharepoint page. The LLCC Printshop has hard copies of the main LLCC letterhead available for pickup.
Congratulations to LLCC softball, coached by John Marsaglia, for advancing in the national NJCAA Division II tournament! The team began its tournament play yesterday in Clinton, Miss., defeating Lansing 1-0. The Loggers play Des Moines Area today at 3:30 p.m. Read more.
The information below is for all full-time employees who plan on using the employee tuition waiver for themselves or their qualified dependents for summer 2018 LLCC classes.
The tuition due date has been scheduled for Wednesday, May 23. Please have your completed employee waiver form to LLCC Human Resources no later than May 23 to ensure classes will not be dropped.
If you anticipate registering on or after Wednesday, May 23, please submit your completed employee waiver form to HR either before or the day of your registration to prevent being dropped from course(s).
LLCC Facilities Services will be conducting a deep cleaning of certain areas during the summer semester, beginning the week of May 20, 2018. While every effort will be made to work around the official academic and event schedules, you may notice that there is carpet still damp from shampooing the night before or limited access to a particular area for a short period of time. Your patience is appreciated as this necessary service is performed.