Getting Started at LLCC
LLCC is excited to help you with your educational and career goals. Please review these steps on how to get started at LLCC. You may also contact us at any of the locations listed below and we will gladly help guide you through this process.
Submit the Admission form, available online at www.llcc.edu, click blue Apply Now box. The form is also available in person at any LLCC location.
Submit transcripts – official final high school transcripts with a posted graduation date or GED score reports and transcripts from all other college and/or universities must be submitted, along with official scores from ACT/SAT tests taken within the past five years. (Students registering before high school graduation should contact their high school office/counselor to submit unofficial transcripts for advising purposes, followed by official transcripts after graduation.)
Take a placement test(s), if necessary. If you have an ACT subscore of 22 or above in English, math or reading, or an SAT of 480 in verbal and math, you do not need to take that particular placement test. For testing hours and study guides, go to www.llcc.edu/placement-testing.
Attend required New Student Orientation (NSO). Register for NSO in person with Admission and Registration in Menard Hall at LLCC-Springfield or call 217-786-2292. Or, call your nearest LLCC location. New students who have completed college-level courses at a previous college are not required to attend orientation, but are encouraged to meet with an advisor prior to registering for classes.
Meet with an academic advisor to review life, career and educational goals, degree requirements and plan first-semester courses. Visit Advising, Counseling and Career Development Services in Menard Hall, LLCC-Springfield or call 786.2224 for an appointment. You may also contact any LLCC location to schedule an appointment.
Register for classes. (New, first-time students will plan their schedule and/or register for classes during their initial advising meeting.)
Pay tuition prior to due date. (If you register after the tuition due date, tuition is due at time of registration. For financial assistance options, go to www.llcc.edu and click on the green Paying for LLCC box.) If interested in receiving financial aid, file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.ed.gov and list LLCC code 007170.
For more information, go to www.llcc.edu/getting-started.
LLCC-Springfield (main campus), 5250 Shepherd Road, 217-786-2292
LLCC-Beardstown, 109 White Pine Lane, 217-323-4103
LLCC-Jacksonville, 32 N. Central Park Plaza, 217-243-6699
LLCC-Litchfield, 1 Lincoln Land Drive, 217-786-3401
LLCC-Taylorville, 800 S. Spresser, 217-786-2754
Additional College Resources
Financial Aid Office
The Financial Aid Office is responsible for administering traditional federal and state financial aid programs including grants, loans, and work-study.
Tuition and Fees
Variable tuition rates for online or hybrid sections (OL, OE, HY) will be applied per credit hour, in addition to the standard in-district tuition rate.
Tuition Payment Plan
If you want to create a tuition payment agreement, please sign into your WebAdvisor account. Under Students, you will find the FACTS tuition payment plan. Click that link and create your payment agreement from there.
You can pick up books at the LLCC Bookstore in the lower level of Menard Hall on the Springfield Campus, purchase your books at one of our Educational Service Areas in Beardstown, Jacksonville, Litchfield or Taylorville one week prior to your first class if you are taking the class there, or you can order your books online and have your books either delivered to your home or arrange to pick them up at one of our five locations across our district.
Connecting to LLCC Library resources is as easy as clicking a link! Just login using your LLCC UserID and Password. This is the same username and password that you use for your LLCC email account, Blackboard, WebAdvisor, and all campus-based network resources. You should be able to access LLCC Library resources from any location.
Center for Academic Success (formerly Learning Lab)
The Center for Academic Success strives to provide a coordinated and accessible array of services to promote individual learning and enhance in-class performance, with the intent of engaging students in their personal success.
Study Skills Videos
Computer Flex Center
The Computer Flex Center is located in Logan Hall, Room 1140. During the fall and spring semesters the Flex Center is open 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., Monday through Friday when the college is in session . During the summer semester the Flex Center is open 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday when the college is in session. Services offered by the Computer Flex Center include:
- Activating your LLCC account
- Blackboard skills
- LLCC email skills
- Assistance with OLOE classes
- Basic to advanced computing assistance
- Assistance with various applications
- Online computerized exam proctoring
- “Helpful hints” with computer hardware and software
- Open Lab offering:
‣ CDDVD Burners
‣ iMac Computer
The LLCC Blackboard Support Center is here to provide you with on-demand support to common questions on the use of Blackboard at Lincoln Land Community College.
Information and Telecommunication Systems (ITS) Services for Students
The ITS Service Desk can assist you if you are having trouble accessing your LLCC account.
Students Rights and Responsibilities
The Student Code of Conduct has been established to maintain order on campus and to guarantee the broadest range of freedom for all who come to learn at the college.
Each student is responsible for knowledge of and compliance with this Student Code of Conduct. The College further recognizes each student’s rights to fair procedures, including notice which specifies the alleged violation(s) of the Code of Conduct, an opportunity to respond to the allegations, and an appeal process appropriate to the nature and potential consequences of the violation.
The Vice President of Student Services Office has responsibility for the Student Code of Conduct.
Students shall have all the rights and privileges provided by federal, state and local statute or rule, including but not limited to freedom of expression, freedom of association and freedom of assembly. (Board Policy 5.4)
Education Services Areas
To better serve students off campus, Lincoln Land Community College offers classes and services at key locations throughout its district through education service areas (ESA). ESA locations include Beardstown, Hillsboro, Jacksonville, Litchfield and Taylorville. Online students can go to the ESAs for a variety of services, including test proctoring.
Lincoln Land Community College welcomes all of our enlisted personnel and veterans to the college. We are here and dedicated to helping your experience be the best it can be. Our online step-by-step guide will map the way for you.
Accessibility Services Office (formerly Special Needs Office)
The Accessibility Services Office exists to ensure that your student is provided reasonable and appropriate academic accommodations upon your student’s request while enrolled in LLCC courses. Eligibility for free academic accommodations is secured through your student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Section 504 Plan implemented in high school and as a compensatory strategy assessment administered by the special needs professional. All records and services for your student are kept confidential. Accommodations are designed on an individual basis to not only level the academic learning field, but also to help your student understand his or her strengths and capabilities.