You’re playing an important role in helping your student prepare and plan for college, which is an exciting milestone. It’s also a time of transition as students are finding their places in the world. We invite you to learn more about LLCC's many educational programs, student services and cost savings through our website. We're here to help your family open and walk through doors of opportunity.
We invite you and your student to visit our Springfield campus or one of our Outreach Centers, either in person or virtually. It can be useful in helping you determine if LLCC is right for your student.
Steps to enroll
Knowing the steps to take begins with your student identifying their educational journey and program of interest.
- Transfer Degree Programs
- Workforce Career Training
- Undecided? LLCC Career Services is available to help your student navigate the process of researching and considering different career paths.
If your student is interested in receiving financial aid, file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at studentaid.gov. Use the LLCC school code 007170. Each year on Oct. 1, the FAFSA becomes available for the next (summer-fall-spring) school year. Have questions? Visit LLCC Financial Aid or contact us at email@example.com or 217-786-2237.
LLCC Foundation Scholarships
The scholarship application process is open online from Dec. 1-March 1 for the following academic school year. (Example: Application submitted Dec. 1, 2022-March 1, 2023 would be eligible for 2023-2024 scholarships.)
Only one application form is needed to apply for all scholarships. Students submitting a complete application are considered for all available scholarships for which they are eligible. Visit www.llccfoundation.org/scholarships for more information.
Privacy of student education records
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. Once a student turns 18 or enters a postsecondary institution at any age, these rights transfer from the parents to the student. Forms to withhold or allow specific release of information may be obtained from LLCC Admission and Records. Note: This form must be filled out by the student in front of an LLCC employee or staff member.
Available courses can be viewed in LoggerCentral. (Get more information on how to navigate LoggerCentral.)
Once new students have applied, attended New Student Orientation and met with their student success coach, they can register by phone or online by signing in to LoggerCentral. Students are encouraged to contact their success coach to discuss course options.
Students may call the Springfield campus (217-786-2292), text 217-387-8585, or call an LLCC Outreach Center in Jacksonville (217-243-6699), Beardstown (217-323-4103), Taylorville (217-786-2754) or Litchfield (217-786-3401).
Once enrolled, students will be provided important dates, and email will be the primary way the college communicates this and other key information. Students are strongly encouraged to check their LLCC email regularly.
Earning college credit in high school
Many high school students are interested in getting an early start on their college education. LLCC has partnered with several area high schools to offer this opportunity through concurrent enrollment programs. Options include:
- College Now (taught by LLCC faculty at the college)
- Dual Credit (taught by approved high school teachers at the high school)
To see what options might be available at your school, your student can check with their high school guidance counselors, or contact LLCC Concurrent Enrollment at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-786-2584.
The goal of LLCC’s Police Department is to ensure a safe environment for our campus’ students, staff, faculty and visitors. We encourage all new students to become familiar with our location (upper floor of Sangamon Hall, South), as well as how to contact us if needed: 217-786-2278 (non-emergency) or 911 (emergency). For further information regarding security and safety on campus, we encourage all community members to read the recent LLCC Annual Security Report and consider how the information it contains can help you and the LLCC community, prevent and protect against crime. Hard copies are available at the LLCC Police Department.