We offer educational opportunities close to home!

At LLCC-Beardstown, you can:

Workforce Career and Ag Expos

LLCC invites employers and area high school students to its annual Workforce and Ag Expos Thursday, Sept. 21, on the campus in Springfield. The outdoor Workforce Careers Expo connects high school students with local employers to learn about careers in the skilled trades. Last year, approximately 500 high school students attended and visited exhibits and displays with interactive equipment and simulators brought by 50 employers. Two sessions will be held: from 8-11 a.m. and noon-3 p.m. Students attending the morning session can also observe professional line workers competing in the Association of Illinois Electric Cooperatives Line Workers Safety Rodeo until 2 p.m. 

Register for Expo

LLCC Open House

Find your path! Prospective students interested in starting or restarting college or training for a new career are invited to our next LLCC Open House on Monday, Oct. 9. 

Register for Open House

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Adult education

LLCC-Beardstown provides adults with a variety of educational opportunities in the areas of GED® preparation, basic skills, English language skills, adult career pathways and literacy.

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LoggerCentral provides the most up-to-date list of classes, their format, when they are offered and who is teaching them.

Watch the video to learn how to navigate LoggerCentral and search for available classes.

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Register for classes

Registration is open for eight-week classes that begin Oct. 14! View classes in LoggerCentral. LLCC is offering four class formats: face-to-face, online, hybrid and sync.

Current students

Current students can register by phone (217-323-4103) or by signing in to LoggerCentral and are encouraged to meet with their student success coach to discuss class options.

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New students

New students should first fill out an application or learn more about getting started. Students may also call us at 217-323-4103.