A. Lincoln Commons serves as the front door of the college and a gathering space for the college community. The main level of A. Lincoln Commons includes lounge areas, a staffed information desk and space for campus events
Success in college and beyond involves developing knowledge, skills and habits. Below are three easy ways you can gain practice and begin to build success at LLCC:
- Attend every class. Participation in a classroom or an online learning context is key to success. If you are unable to attend class or participate online, make sure you inform your instructor and make alternate arrangements if possible. All classes should have policies for attendance and participation noted in the course syllabus.
- Read everything that’s assigned. Many courses have textbooks or readings of some type. It is difficult to participate or have the background knowledge to complete other aspects of the course if you have not read the assigned materials. Notify your instructor or success coach if you are having trouble acquiring the reading materials for the course.
- Turn in all assignments. Assignments give you the opportunity to practice what you are learning in a course. They are also the basis for much of the grade in a course. Missing or late assignments often result in a zero, which can significantly lower your grade.
See Campus Activities and Student Life Office.
The activity fee is collected by the college and distributed by the LLCC Student Government Association. The activity fee provides funding for various student programs including campus activities, student clubs/organizations, The Lamp student newspaper and LLCC Student Life.
Get involved! Join the LLCC Alumni Association to stay connected and show your support and spirit! The LLCC Alumni Association is open to any current or former LLCC student who has completed a minimum of three LLCC credit hours, and there is no charge for membership. By joining the alumni association, you stay connected to LLCC through email and newsletters. Register as an LLCC Alum online and “like” and “follow” us on social media: LLCC Alumni & Friends Facebook, LLCC Alumni & Friends Instagram, LLCC Alumni LinkedIn, LLCC Alum Twitter. For more information, contact the alumni services office at 217-786-4502.
Located on the second floor of Menard Hall, the Philip and Mary Kathryn Trutter Museum, in conjunction with the James S. Murray Art Gallery, features works from the Trutter Collection and pieces by guest artists, students and faculty. Exhibitions are scheduled and coordinated through the arts and communication department. For information about shows and exhibits, contact the arts and communication department at 217-786-2286.
If you are interested in participating in an intercollegiate sport, contact the athletic director at 217-786-2581 about eligibility requirements, tryouts and season schedules. The athletic director will put you in contact with the head coach of the sport in which you are interested. LLCC’s qualifying athletic teams compete in National Junior College Athletic Association regional, district and national tournaments.
Men’s intercollegiate sports at LLCC include basketball during the winter and baseball during the spring. Women’s intercollegiate sports include volleyball and soccer in the fall, basketball in the winter and softball in the spring. LLCC also offers esports as a co-ed intercollegiate sport.
The LLCC Bookstore is located on the lower level of Menard Hall in the Student Union. There you will find all required and optional textbooks, required clothing and supplies, greeting cards, gift items, snacks and the best selection of LLCC logo wear in town! The bookstore is also where you can go to obtain a student ID card. Visit the bookstore website or call 217-786-2300 for hours of operation and additional information.
See Canvas for info.
Springfield Mass Transit District Route 11 provides bus service to the LLCC campus every half hour Monday through Friday from 6:26 a.m. to 5:56 p.m. and hourly during that timeframe on Saturdays. Evening bus service also is available hourly on Route 905, Monday through Friday from 6:34-10:34 p.m. Due to the pandemic, night services will be reducing hours. Night service will begin at regular time, but the 7 p.m. trip will be the last trip. Bus passes are available in the LLCC Bookstore in the lower level of Menard Hall. For more information, call 217-786-2300. For current bus schedule information, including updated routine times and dates of closure, call 217-522-5531.
LLCC Student Life coordinates various social, cultural, recreational, wellness and educational programs throughout the academic year. Activities include games, giveaways, movies, speakers, musicians and travel. For more information on activities or to get involved in the Logger Activities Board, contact LLCC Student Life at 217-786-2241.
Canvas is LLCC’s Learning Management System, which is used to access and manage online course learning materials and communications with your instructor. At LLCC, every course has access to Canvas. Whether your course is fully online, hybrid, or meets face-to-face, you may be asked to log into Canvas to access course materials, check communications from your instructor, take quizzes, turn in assignments or check your grades.
Students may access Canvas by:
- Going to the LLCC homepage
- Clicking "My LLCC"
- Clicking on the link to Canvas under the "Quick Links" section
- After accessing Canvas, enter your LLCC network username and password to login. If you are logged into another LLCC web service, you may be automatically logged in to Canvas.
Students may receive Canvas technical support by clicking the "help" button inside of Canvas. Additionally, the department of Academic Innovation and eLearning at LLCC offers technical support. Contact them at:
- Walk-up support is offered at the Canvas Support Desk in the lower level of Sangamon Hall during LLCC’s normal business hours.
- Online support for getting started with Canvas at LLCC
If you need help choosing a career or with a job search, LLCC Career Services is here for you. This office offers career assessments and resources to help with career exploration. Our career development professionals will help you create a great resume and cover letter, interview with confidence and conduct an effective job search. Career Services can also help you identify job shadowing opportunities and provide the guidance and information you need to enroll in cooperative education (see Cooperative Education). Career Services is located in LLCC Student Success on the first floor of Menard Hall. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 217-786-2210 or go to My Scheduler.
LLCC Career Services hosts a Job Board for student and alumni job seekers. It is an easy-to-use, free online resource where local and regional employers post a variety of work opportunities. LLCC job seekers can quickly and easily search the opportunities and submit their resumes directly to employers. Learn more about the Job Board.
Academic Success Services
The LLCC Center for Academic Success (CAS) is a one-stop shop of free academic support services including the math center, academic success professionals, writing center, peer tutoring, supplemental instruction program and accessibility services. The CAS is located in the lower level of the library in Sangamon Hall. Students are served by appointment or on a walk-in basis. No fee is charged. Hours for most services are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. Summer hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday. The CAS is closed on Fridays during the summer. For further information, contact us at 217-786-2396 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Denis P. Beveridge Math Center
The Denis P. Beveridge Math Center is staffed by math faculty and professionals available to answer questions, help with homework problems, work an example and/or guide students to additional resources such as tutorials, worksheets and software. Appointments are not necessary.
Academic Success Professionals
Study support is available in most subject areas. Students learn more efficient ways to take notes, manage their time, read textbooks, review, think critically and take tests. Highly qualified and experienced professionals assess individual learning styles and provide guidance on using these styles to achieve success. Contact the Center for Academic Success for further information or to schedule an appointment.
Staffed by full-time composition faculty and part-time professionals, the LLCC Writing Center provides students with individual assistance in any class. In addition, help is available on important correspondence, scholarship or university applications and résumés. The center also provides part of the grammar component of study in the EGL 099 classes. For more information or to make an appointment, call 217-786-2341.
Peer Tutoring Services
Highly trained peer tutors are available to assist students with most LLCC courses. Tutoring is provided at no charge to the student. Contact the Center for Academic Success for further information or to schedule an appointment.
Successful students are trained to lead study groups for courses that are historically difficult at LLCC. Contact the Center for Academic Success to inquire if a supplemental instruction study group exists for your class.
LLCC Accessibility Services facilitates equal access to educational programs and services for disabled students. Please call 217-786-2599 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
A change machine is located in the student union. The change machine accepts $1 and $5 bills.
The nationally recognized LLCC Child Development Center, located on Shepherd Road adjacent to the Springfield campus entrance, serves children ages 15 months through kindergarten entry. The program’s philosophy is based on research showing that children learn best through play.
The center is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Childcare spaces are available to students Monday through Friday during the fall and spring semesters, and Monday through Thursday during the summer semester. Morning (7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.), afternoon (12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.) or full-day spaces are available. Please contact the Child Development Center at 217-786-2450 regarding availability of space. The Child Development Center will work with you to develop a schedule that meets your needs.
LLCC Student Life typically hosts various club and vendor days each fall and spring. Clubs, organizations, campus offices and community organizations set up displays and distribute information to students interested in getting involved on campus and in the community. For information about upcoming club and vendor days, contact Student Life at 217-786-2241 or email@example.com
See Emergencies and School Closings.
College Success Skills is a two-credit transfer course dedicated to preparing students for the unique challenges facing them as college students. The course provides students with a strong understanding of how to succeed at the college level by addressing topics such as classroom skills, life skills and personal development. Call 217-786-2365 for more information.
Experience learning through our non-credit classes, workshops, events and travel opportunities open to adults and youth. Classes are offered in a variety of topics for personal interest and skill-building opportunities. Visit LLCC Community Education for a full list of available classes.
Instruction for varying skill levels of cooking and baking is offered through classes, workshops, dinners and events. Local chefs and food experts instruct participants in a variety of non-credit culinary opportunities and experiences.
With year-round choices of cooking, arts and crafts, study skills, test prep, science, technology, mathematics and more — there is bound to be a class for you! Week-long summer sessions of College for Kids at LLCC also offer a wide variety of recreational, enrichment and lifelong learning classes for students ages 5-18.
Citizens who are age 50 or greater are welcome to become members of this self-governing learning community sponsored by LLCC. More than one dozen programs are offered each month, most costs are covered by the membership fee.
LLCC has been a provider of programs in Springfield for this national program for more than 25 years. We welcome visitors from all over the U.S. who want to learn more about Abraham Lincoln’s life in central Illinois, and we offer new programs on a variety of themes.
LLCC is committed to providing a welcoming, safe and supportive environment. For this reason, LLCC seeks to address student complaints in a thorough and timely manner.
If a student has a complaint, LLCC empowers students to advocate for themselves by first talking with the person with whom they want to file a complaint. If the direct conversation did not remedy the complaint, then students are encouraged to Visit LLCC’s Student Rights and Responsibilities webpage to review your rights and access the complaint form. The complaint form is not intended to address all types of complaints. Please note the exceptions listed on the complaint form.
Nikki L. Baker, compliance and prevention coordinator/campus ombudsperson is available to talk with students about their rights and responsibilities as members of the LLCC community. She may be reached at 217-786-3426 or Nikki.Baker@llcc.edu.
Students who need to type papers, search the internet and/or complete class assignments can use one of LLCC’s computer labs. Computer labs are available in the LLCC Library in Sangamon Hall and the Flex Center located in Logan Hall.
The Cooperative Work Experience, or co-op, program allows LLCC students to earn college credit and gain valuable work experience while working or participating in an internship.
This program may be right for you if these statements are true:
- I have earned at least 12 college-level credits.
- I am pursuing a degree and need elective credits (or co-op is a requirement for my degree).
- I currently have a job, I am interviewing for a new job or internship, or I am starting a search now.
In addition to earning college credits, past co-op students have reported multiple benefits:
- Professional work experience that looks great on my resume
- I have improved the hand-on skills I need to work and be successful in this job.
- I worked every day with my goals in mind. It made me feel purposeful and accomplished.
- This experience has helped me improve my communication with all types of people.
- I have gained a lot of expertise and knowledge since the co-op started.
- Although my job is not exactly in my area of my academic studies, I found myself using skills I have improved while in college such as setting and accomplishing goals and finding new ways to be of value in the workplace.
Learn more about co-op or schedule a co-op appointment with Career Services to ask questions or start the process. Schedule an appointment with Career Services. For information on eligibility requirements, contact Cathy Huffman at 217-786-4691 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copy machines, scanners and printers are available in the library located in Sangamon Hall. Photocopies are 10 cents for each printed page. Scanning is free. Ask one of the friendly library staff members to show you how to scan your documents into a PDF. Printing is available from library computers. Black and white printing costs 5 cents each printed side; color printing costs 35 cents for each printed side.
Although LLCC does not publish a student directory, it does disclose directory information about students upon request. Under the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, you have the right to withhold the disclosure of any or all of the categories of the directory information. Read more about the release of student information. To exercise your right, visit LLCC Registration on the main campus or any of our Outreach Centers. Signed requests must be witnessed by an LLCC employee. Unable to come to campus during business hours? Email email@example.com from your LLCC account to make the request.
See Accessibility Services.
Student conduct standards and the LLCC Police Department strictly prohibit the use, possession, and/or distribution of alcohol, marijuana, and/or any controlled substance while on college-owned or controlled property or at college-sponsored activities. Failure to comply with standards of student conduct will result in disciplinary action including, but not limited to, permanent expulsion from the college and a referral made for prosecution. Learn more about student polices and rights. Student Policy & Rights section.
The LLCC ALERT system notifies you of emergencies, school closings and other important announcements. You are automatically enrolled with your LLCC email account in LLCC ALERT when you register for classes. LLCC ALERT messages are sent via text, phone and email. You can update your contact information and manage your preferences for receiving LLCC ALERT messages. You may also check the LLCC homepage, listen to your local radio or TV station, check your LLCC email account or go the LLCC Facebook, LLCC Twitter or LLCC Instagram to find out if classes are canceled due to bad weather. If weather worsens as the day progresses, the decision to cancel evening classes is made by 3:30 p.m.
Don’t let a lack of funds stop you from attending LLCC. If you need financial assistance, LLCC Financial Aid can help you apply for grants, loans, scholarships and federal work study employment. You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each school year to determine your eligibility for financial assistance. Eligibility is based on factors such as family income, assets and the number of family members in college.
LLCC Financial Aid is located in student services in Menard Hall. Students may begin the financial aid process by completing the FAFSA. Students may receive assistance completing the FAFSA and can meet with LLCC financial aid representatives by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 217-786-2237 or toll free 800-727-4161.
COVID-19 update: In-person services may be temporarily unavailable. For more information on service availability or if you have any questions, contact Chad Jones at Chad.Jones@llcc.edu or 217-786-2423.
The fitness center, located in Cass Gymnasium, offers cardiovascular workout equipment, free weights and weight machines. Students should enroll in ESS 112 or ESS 113 to use the fitness center. For additional information, talk to your assigned student success coach.
The LLCC Food Pantry is located in LLCC Student Life in the lower level of Menard Hall (across from Quiznos). The mission of the food pantry is to provide support to LLCC students in the area of supplemental health and wellness by providing reliable access to a sufficient quantity of nutritious food. The food pantry also provides personal hygiene, and occasionally clothing and school supplies. This service is free to current students. For more information on the food pantry, please contact the Student Life office at 217-786-2241.
Quiznos is located in the lower level of Menard Hall. For the fall semester, Quiznos is open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Visit Quiznos for any changes in operational hours. Download the Quiznos app for access to their menu, online ordering and special offers including a free sub sandwich with proof of app download.
Bistro Verde is a student-run cafe located in the Workforce Careers Center. Check back for fall hours of operation.
The first-year experience course helps students successfully transition to college. Students will experience, discuss, write about and apply knowledge, skills, behaviors, strategies and mindsets that help them succeed in college. This course empowers students to develop inner qualities that assist in making wise decisions, which result in the outcomes and experiences they desire. Students learn how to think critically about and prepare for their academic and career pathways. FYE 101 is a three-credit transferable course that can be paid for using financial aid.
Many single facility restrooms on campus and at several other LLCC locations are gender-neutral to provide an accommodating environment for students and staff.
Gender-neutral restrooms are located in Mason Hall (2), Sangamon Hall lower level (2), Workforce Careers Center (3), Menard Hall lower level (2), Menard Hall first floor in the R. H. Stephens Room (2), VP office area (2), the break room next to Foundation (2), Litchfield administrative building (2) and Taylorville North Building (1).
Your grade point average is computed by a system that assigns four points for an A, three points for a B, two points for a C, one point for a D and zero points for an F. The number of points assigned to the grade you earn in a course is multiplied by the number of credits the course carries. Your overall average can then be computed by dividing total points earned by total credits attempted. The division is carried out three places to the right of the decimal, and the quotient is rounded off two decimal places. Developmental courses are not reflected in GPA calculations. For a more detailed explanation and example, consult the LLCC catalog.
Graduation is not automatic; students must apply by the posted deadline by using LoggerCentral. See Commencement.
All students shall be served by LLCC employees in an equitable and appropriate manner at all times. LLCC has implemented procedures to resolve complaints alleging that a student’s rights have been abridged/violated. Please refer to the policy section of this planner for more information about appropriate grievance procedures.
The LLCC Honors Program provides unique educational experiences for academically advanced students in order to challenge, educate and reward them at a level consistent with their intellectual needs and abilities. Admission to the Honors Program is based on grade point average, ACT or SAT score, class rank, recommendation and a written essay. All students who meet the eligibility requirements are encouraged to participate. For more information, call 217-786-2375.
Contact the LLCC Bookstore to set up an appointment to receive a free student ID card. To obtain a student ID card, students must have a class schedule and picture ID. A replacement ID costs $10. Your student ID serves as a library card and allows you to utilize various campus services and discounts at businesses and venues in the region. Call 217-786-2300 to schedule your appointment.
Instructors may at their discretion assign a grade of incomplete (I) to a student who has met a substantial portion of all course requirements, but for valid and good reasons is unable to complete remaining course work by the official end of the academic term. The grade of I carries no honor points and is not used in computing a student’s cumulative grade point average. The instructor will determine a time frame in which the course work must be completed.
The time frame shall be no longer than one academic semester (excluding summer term) beyond the semester in which the incomplete is assigned.
The LLCC IT Help Desk is available to assist you with activating your account; accessing email, Canvas, LLCC ALERT, Wi-Fi; and setting up your email on your smartphone. If you have questions or are in need of assistance, contact the IT Help Desk by generating a support request ticket, visiting the IT webpage, sending a detailed email from your LLCC email account to email@example.com, or calling 217-786-2555.
Several departments on campus hire students to work up to 20 hours per week. Working on campus has many benefits including gaining work experience in an environment supportive of learning. Plus, work schedules can be flexible to accommodate your class schedule. Learn more about how to become a student worker.
COVID-19 update: The Library will continue to adhere to all campus-wide protocols regarding COVID-19.
The library has print and electronic materials for students to use both on and off campus, and the friendly staff members are there to help. Some resources include books, periodicals, videos, music and databases.
Please reach out to us by visiting our website, using our 24/7 chat reference service, or contacting library faculty and staff via email or in person.
- Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
- Friday: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Contact the Library
Reference and Research Assistance
- LLCC Chat reference (available 24/7): Chat online anytime with a qualified and credentialed librarian who may or may not be an LLCC Library faculty member. Access the chat reference service through the library’s website by clicking on the “Need Help? Chat Now!” button.
- Email: Reach out to an LLCC Library faculty member by email and receive assistance.
- Lessons and Guides: Start your own information learning journey by using our online lessons, videos, and guides.
Popular Reading Online
- Overdrive: Access e-books and e-audiobooks through LLCC’s shared OverDrive You can also download the Libby app to your smartphone to read or listen to your Overdrive selections on the go.
- Axis 360: Access more e-books and e-audiobooks by downloading the Axis 360 app to your smartphone or other device.
The library has computers available for students to use on a first-come, first-served basis, and preference is given to students who are doing school-related work.
Note: Study tables are available in the Center for Academic Success, and students can call 217-786-2396 to make a reservation.
Request a Library Book
You can request physical library materials directly through the library's Search & Discover interface. Once the requested items are available for pickup, Library staff members will notify you through your LLCC email address. This interlibrary loan guide provides information about requesting items through our interlibrary loan services.
Return Library Books and Materials
Return items using the outside book-drop located next to the bus stop in the circle drive close to Sangamon Hall or return them directly inside the library entrance at the Access Services desk. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to any of us!
LoggerCentral is a tool that provides students with 24-hour access to check final class grades, view unofficial transcripts, search and register for courses, manage wait lists, create an academic plan and view payment and financial aid information.
Search for classes
- Once logged in to LoggerCentral, click on “Student Planning.”
- Use the search box to enter the class you would like to search for and click enter.
- You can use “Filter Results” on the left side of the screen to help narrow your results.
Register for classes
- From the Home Screen, click on “Student Planning.”
- Under “Plan your Degree & Register for Classes” click on “Go to Plan & Schedule.”
- Add the term by clicking on the “+,” then select the correct term from the drop-down menu and select “Add Term.” Use the search box to enter the class you would like to search for.
- Click enter.
- You can then choose the section you want to register for (filters on the left-hand side will help you narrow down your search.)
- Click “Add Section to Plan.”
- Then “Add Section.”
- You can then return to “Plan & Schedule.”
- Click “Register Now.”
- You will also able to view your class(es) in a calendar view.
- At this point, you are registered and no one else can take your seat in the class. You are responsible for tuition charges and for dropping or withdrawing from classes, if necessary.
- If you are registering for developmental math classes (like MAT 081, 082, 088, etc.), register for the first level (MAT 081) and then go back and register for the second level (MAT 082). This is necessary because MAT 081 is a prerequisite to MAT 082. You will need to look in the modules to find most developmental math classes.
- Once you are registered, you will receive a confirmation email in your LLCC email account. If you do not receive this message, you are not registered and should call 217-786-2292 for assistance with registering.
How to check your final class grades
- From the home screen, click on “Grades.”
How to view your unofficial transcripts
- From the home screen, click on “Student Planning.”
- Click on “Student Planning” toward the top of the screen and select “Unofficial Transcripts” from the drop-down menu.
LLCC is excited about improving the lives of African-American males. Our intent is to invest in the education of African-American males through the program. Participants are presented with opportunities to become academically successful at LLCC while on and off campus.
Our investment in the Open Door Mentorship program goes beyond the classroom. Under the guidelines of LLCC and The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce initiatives, the Open Door Mentorship program has been commissioned to improve the persistence, retention and completion of African-American male students.
The Open Door Mentorship program offers: mentoring, discussion groups, workshops, enrichment/social events, tutoring, speakers/presenters, field trips, student success coaching and internships.
LLCC believes that the Open Door Mentorship program is unique and offers several opportunities. If you are looking to be challenged academically and changed inwardly, please contact Brandon Lewis, program navigator, at 217-786-4516 or Candace Silas, program director, at 217-786-3689.
Parking for students is available at no cost in any of the lots on campus. “Handicapped Only” and “No Parking” spaces are clearly marked. There is no parking along roadways on campus. The campus-wide speed limit is 20 mph. The LLCC Police Department handles all parking and traffic violations. This department follows a comprehensive traffic and parking enforcement program.
See Testing Center
The LLCC Police Department, located in Sangamon Hall South, assists students and provides a safe and secure learning and working environment for the entire college community. Officers are on duty 24 hours per day, seven days per week. They can be reached directly by calling 217-786-2278 or by calling the college switchboard at 217-786-2200. The department also offers many courtesy services, such as escorting students to their vehicles and a vehicle assistance program.
The LLCC Police Department works diligently to provide a safe and secure environment. However, LLCC is a public-access facility. You must be alert for your own safety and security. Following are some suggestions.
- Pay careful attention to your personal belongings; do not leave them unattended.
- Put your name in each of your books. Textbooks are expensive and attract thieves.
- Evening students should have their car keys in their hands before leaving a building. Whenever possible, walk in groups when leaving a class.
- Lock your car and leave nothing in view of a potential thief.
The LLCC ALERT system notifies you of emergencies, school closings and other important announcements. You are automatically enrolled in LLCC ALERT with your LLCC email account when you register for classes. LLCC ALERT messages are sent via text, phone and email. You can update your contact information and manage your preferences for receiving LLCC ALERT messages online.
If, at any time, students or staff members do not feel safe walking from the buildings to their vehicles on the Springfield campus, they may call 217-786-2278 and a police officer will be dispatched to provide an escort.
All postings are distributed through LLCC Student Life Office located on the lower level of Menard Hall across from the vending machines. To have your posters posted on our campus bulletin boards, please make sure your poster meets the following guidelines; has the time and date of event and contact person information. The poster cannot have profanity anywhere on it and cannot promote alcohol or drugs anywhere on the poster. If you are unsure if your poster fits the criteria for posting, please contact Student Life at 217-786-2241 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A student who achieves a semester grade point average of 3.50-3.99 for 12 or more hours during a semester is eligible for the full-time Vice President’s List that semester. Students who earn a perfect 4.00 average for the semester will be named to the full-time President’s List. Students completing a minimum of six and a maximum of 11 semester hours in any term and who achieve a grade point average of 3.50-3.99 will be named to the part-time Vice President’s List or, with a semester grade point average of 4.00, to the part-time President’s List. Credit hours and grades in developmental courses are not included in calculations determining eligibility for the President’s or Vice President’s List.
LLCC must give all pregnant students the same access to school programs and educational opportunities as any other student, and LLCC does not exclude a student from participating in any part of an education program.
In addition, LLCC does not discriminate against any student on the basis of pregnancy or pregnancy-related medical conditions, including breast feeding. Pregnant students seeking accommodations should contact LLCC Accessibility Services immediately at 217-786-2599 or email email@example.com, as accommodations cannot be applied retroactively.
See Library for information on printing at LLCC.
The student union, featuring Quiznos, is located on the lower level of Menard Hall. Student union hours are limited during the summer and when classes are not in session and are subject to change.
You are encouraged to use the Quiznos mobile app for ordering as much as possible. Please note, per Illinois guidelines, no personal cups are allowed to be used to fill at the beverage machine. This includes drinks and ice.
Consult the college catalog for the policy on repeating a course.
See Career Services.
The SAVE Taskforce provides programming and education on the topic of sexual violence and interpersonal prevention and response with the goal of informing the LLCC community about dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault. SAVE aims to reduce stigma, inspire activism and connect LLCC with community resources. SAVE provides a platform where the LLCC community can learn about safe bystander intervention strategies, ways they can help prevent sexual and intimate partner violence, where to access support and how to support survivors. Questions should be directed to the chair of the SAVE Taskforce, the compliance and prevention coordinator, at 217-786-3426. Additional information can be found at LLCC’s Sexual Violence Resource webpage.
The LLCC Foundation awards over $440,000 worth of scholarships each year! When can you apply? Our annual, online scholarship application is available Dec. 1-March 1 for the upcoming academic year. The Foundation office is located in Menard Hall, Room 1214. Questions? Contact Michelle Burger, scholarship program and alumni services coordinator, at 217-786-4502 or Michelle.Burger@llcc.edu.
As part of LLCC’s commitment to providing a safe learning environment for students, LLCC offers prevention and awareness programming, bystander intervention trainings, safety trainings and resources focused on preventing and responding to sexual violence. LLCC’s compliance and prevention coordinator provides programming aimed at effectively preventing and responding to sexual violence through increasing awareness of such crimes and connecting survivors to information on their rights and options for support. More information can be obtained by calling the compliance and prevention coordinator at 217-786-3426 or visiting the LLCC Sexual Violence Resource webpage.
To help students feel empowered to respond to physical threats to their safety, the LLCC Police Department offers the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) course. RAD classes are held on campus periodically throughout the semesters and focus on teaching students self-defense moves. More information about RAD classes can be obtained by calling the LLCC Police Department at 217-786-2278.
The LLCC Office of Student Success provides information, resources and options through their confidential advisors. Confidential advisors can provide students with connections to community organizations that provide crisis intervention, support and information to those effected by sexual violence. Please contact LLCC confidential advisors at 217-786-2590 for more information.
Per the Illinois Smoke Free Campus Act that took effect July 1, 2015, smoking, or the use of any tobacco products or nicotine delivery systems not approved by the FDA for smoking cessation (i.e., e-cigs, vaporizers, chew, snus or anything similar), is no longer allowed on any college-owned (or controlled) property, or within any college-owned vehicles. The only exception (stipulated in the law and LLCC policy) is that a person is not in violation if they are in a personally-owned vehicle that is either travelling through, or parked upon, college property. All smoking material must be extinguished inside the vehicle prior to exiting.
The LLCC Police Department will issue citations for violations of this policy. Fines are as follows:
- $25 for first offense
- $50 for second, or subsequent offenses
Offenders could also be subject to student and/or employee disciplinary procedures. Read more in the LLCC Board of Trustees Policy Manual section 1.11.
See Accessibility Services.
Student contributions and accomplishments are valued at LLCC. Therefore, LLCC Student Life coordinates the Student Recognition Ceremony, an annual event to recognize outstanding student achievement.
There are more than 30 student clubs and organizations on campus addressing a variety of interests. Clubs are classified under the following categories: academic excellence, academic and professional, arts and entertainment, cultural and religious, general interest, political involvement, and social issues and service. Students can request to establish new clubs on campus if it is determined there is an interest that is not currently being met by existing groups.
SGA is the official governing council for the student body and provides recognition for all student clubs on campus. SGA includes departmental representatives and five officers. SGA members attend various leadership conferences and retreats each year and serve on institutional committees. The SGA coordinates various student outreach and advocacy events and projects.
For more information on the student clubs/organizations, visit the student life office, call 217-786-2241.
Your email account is hosted by Microsoft. Please complete any request for more information for authentication verification. This will allow you to reset your password via your email account without contacting the IT Help Desk for assistance. Your email account can be accessed via the web or added to your smartphone by downloading the Outlook app from the appropriate app store for your device. Visit the IT Services webpage or call the IT Help Desk at 217-786-2555 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Access your email
- It is recommended that you use Mozilla Firefox browser.
- On the homepage of llcc.edu, click on the My LLCC link and then scroll down to select the email link under the Student Resources section.
- Enter your LLCC email address (i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org) and click on Next.
- Depending upon your browser and if you are logged into the computer workstation on campus, you may need to enter your password.
Your new email inbox comes with a convenient feature called Single Sign On (SSO). When you use an LLCC computer to access Outlook on Office 365 in Edge and Google Chrome, the service signs you in automatically using the authentication credentials used when you initially logged into the computer. It is important that you log into LLCC computers using your own credentials. If you are using a kiosk computer or a public use computer that will not allow you to log in as yourself, please use the Firefox browser to access your email.
SSO does not allow signing out by clicking on the upper right-hand corner Sign Out option. Instead, simply close your web browser and log off of Windows to end your email session.
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Do you want to meet new people, build leadership skills and enhance your résumé? Get involved on campus! The mission of LLCC Student Life is to provide quality programs and services that enhance the campus experience through leadership, educational, wellness and multicultural programs and initiatives. Programs and services include student clubs/organizations, Student Government Association, Logger Activities Board, Logger Lair, the LLCC Food Pantry and leadership programming.
If you’re interested in getting involved, contact LLCC Student Life at 217-786-2241. Endless opportunities await you!
During the general student elections held each spring, one student is elected to membership on the LLCC Board of Trustees. Student representation allows students to communicate their concerns and interests to the LLCC Board of Trustees. The student member of the board also holds an officer position within the Student Government Association.
All LLCC applications that require a login to authenticate will utilize the same username and password, with the exception of Office 365. Password changes are completed when signing in to your LLCC email account.
All LLCC applications that require a login to authenticate will utilize the same username and password, with the exception of Office 365. Password changes are completed when signing in to your LLCC email account.
Username and password
The username is case sensitive and is used to access all systems, with the exception of Office 365 (Outlook/Email). Ex. juser1234
Your email address is your email@example.com and is only used to log into Office 365.
Activating your account
Learn how to activate your LLCC account.
Resetting your password
Your password can be reset on the login page of your LLCC email account. Click on the “Forgot my password” link. This will utilize the information that was entered in the authentication verification steps previously. Should you have difficulty resetting your password, please contact the IT Help Desk with your LLCC student ID number.
For more information, including how to change your password, go to https://it.llcc.edu.
Your student success coach is here to help you navigate your educational journey during your time at LLCC. Meeting with your student success coach regularly will help you map out your plan for success, set educational goals and stay informed of program requirements and changes. In-person, virtual, and phone appointments may be scheduled on My Scheduler. In addition to scheduled appointments, drop-in meetings are also available. Learn more about how to meet with your Student Success Coach.
Another way LLCC strives to provide a welcoming, safe and supportive environment is by providing free counseling services through Talkspace. For more information about Talkspace and how to access it, visit mental health and wellness resources.
This area includes the food service and dining areas, LLCC Student Life and the LLCC Bookstore.
The LLCC Testing Center provides multiple testing services for students and community members. In addition to assessing for placement in courses at LLCC (see the LLCC Catalog for more information), we offer exam proctoring services, serve as a SCANTRON test center and administer CLEP, DSST, ACT WorkKeys, ETS Parapro, Real Estate, TEAS, PSB, ISP and Distance Learning exams. The Testing Center offers a full range of testing for students and community members. Please contact the office at 217-786-2211 for further information.
The testing center proctors make-up tests for main campus courses. Students must present a photo ID to take a make-up test in the testing center. Contact the testing area at 217-786-2211.
LLCC students receive a discount when purchasing tickets at Sangamon Auditorium at UIS. The discount is provided for selective shows. Please visit the Sangamon Auditorium website to see which shows LLCC faculty, staff and students will receive a discount. Present a valid student ID when purchasing the tickets to receive a discount or if purchased online, must present valid student ID at the box office when picking up the ticket to receive discount.
Student discount cannot be stacked with another discount. Only one discount can be apply when purchasing tickets.
Available for ages 6 to 26 with a student ID: $6 tickets
$10 off to those with a student ID
TRIO Student Support Services is a program funded by the federal government to provide assistance to students who are first generation college students, have a documented disability and/or are considered low-income by federal standards.
The TRIO program is designed to encourage you to stay on your academic path, get good grades, graduate from LLCC with an associate degree and transfer to a four-year college or university to earn a bachelor’s degree.
As a program participant, you will meet with the TRIO staff to identify areas where you need development and support. The TRIO program offers a number of student success resources from individualized assistance to group workshops.
Vending machines offering a selection of soft drinks, fruit juices and snacks are available in the student union on the lower level of Menard Hall. In addition, vending machines are available in buildings throughout campus and at other LLCC locations. If you experience a problem with any of these machines on the Springfield campus during regular business hours, including needing a refund, please report this to the LLCC Bookstore, located on the lower level of Menard Hall. After 5 p.m., please report it to the LLCC Police Department in Sangamon Hall South. For all other locations, report the problem to a representative at the registration desk.
Veterans are encouraged to consult LLCC Financial Aid for information about available veterans benefits. The office certifies enrollment with the Veterans Administration so that students may receive their monthly benefit check and tuition benefits. Veterans should enroll and apply for benefits well in advance of actual attendance so that benefits may begin on a timely basis. It may take the VA several months to process a veteran’s benefits. The financial aid office also handles tuition claims for veterans using the Illinois Veterans Grant, the Illinois National Guard Grant and the MIA/POW Grant. Veterans are also encouraged to apply for financial aid, and the office will assist veterans with this process.
See President’s List and Vice President’s Lists.
See LoggerCentral (formally WebAdvisor).