What if I am experiencing computer issues/needs?
If you are experiencing issues with Blackboard, visit https://www.llcc.edu/bbsupport.
If you are experiencing issues with logging into your student account or accessing your student email, contact the LLCC Help Desk at https://its.llcc.edu.
If you are having non-technical issues such as limited/no computer access, no/limited internet/Wi-Fi at home, etc. contact your student success coach.
I have questions/need assistance. Who can I contact?
College offices are working remotely. Information for various offices can be found at www.llcc.edu/student-support-resources. If you can’t find what you are looking for or aren’t sure who to contact, reach out to your student success coach.
How do I get in touch with my instructor?
You can most easily contact your instructor via email, using your LLCC student email account. The college employee directory can be found at http://directory.llcc.edu.
What do I do if a class is canceled?
If you are in a class that is canceled, you will receive notification regarding the cancellation, and you will receive a tuition/fee refund for that course. You should contact your student success coach to determine how that course cancellation impacts your degree/program completion plan.
How do I change a major, drop a class, etc.?
Students can contact LLCC Registration through email at Registration@llcc.edu. Please use your LLCC email address and include your full name and your student ID number in your email. Registration is also accepting phone calls Mondays-Thursdays from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at 217-786-2292. If you leave a voicemail, please leave your full name, student ID number and your call back number. If you do not know your student ID, use your date of birth.
When is the nursing program application due?
The date for acceptance of applications for the fall Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) RN program was extended due to observance of the COVID-19 precautions. The final date for acceptance of ADN applications was Thursday May 28, 2020. Learn more at www.llcc.edu/associate-degree-nursing. The final date for acceptance of LPN to ADN Transition applications was Thursday, June 11, 2020. Learn more at www.llcc.edu/lpn-adn-transition. The final date for practical nurse (PCN) applications was also Thursday, June 11, 2020. Learn more at www.llcc.edu/practical-nurse.
What is happening with graduation/commencement?
See a list of our 2020 graduates!
LLCC’s 2020 Commencement went virtual this year! In these unique times, LLCC held a virtual commencement ceremony on the date and time commencement was originally scheduled: Friday, May 15 at 7:30 p.m. Watch the ceremony via one of the links below:
More information is available at www.llcc.edu/graduation.
Highlights of the event were the reading of graduates’ names along with their photos, degrees/certificates earned and any awards and honors. The event also featured remarks from Dr. Charlotte Warren, LLCC President; Wayne Rosenthal, Chair – LLCC Board of Trustees; Travis McCullough, LLCC Student Trustee; acknowledgement of the 2020 Outstanding Alum, recognition of the 2020 Outstanding Graduate and remarks from Thom Whalen, professor of art/recipient of the American Association of Community Colleges 2020 Dale P. Parnell Faculty Distinction Recognition.
Those who chose to participate in the virtual 2020 commencement ceremony will receive a tassel, letter of congratulations and T-shirt in the coming weeks. Also, all candidates eligible for graduation this year are invited to participate in the 2021 commencement ceremony planned for May 2021.
Use our “LLCC 2020 Graduate” profile frame on Facebook! (Type LLCC 2020 Graduate in the search box if you don’t see it.)
Remember, while the commencement ceremony is optional, applying for graduation is still required. If you are completing your certificate or degree in spring 2020 or summer 2020, and have not already done so, please fill out a graduation application in Logger Central.
If you have questions regarding your degree requirements, please reach out to your student success coach.
What can be done with textbooks after the spring semester is over?
There are options for those who rented books and for those who are interested in book buyback! Visit www.llcc.edu/bookstore to learn more.
What should I do about future semesters?
Summer classes are underway, being offered online with students paying no online fees, only the regular tuition and fees for summer. We plan to use Mod 6 (the second half of the summer session) to offer face-to-face lab sections of selected science and other courses. Aviation courses will continue in their modified format.
Registration for fall classes is open. Four class formats will be offered for the fall 2020 semester: face-to-face, online, remote and flex. These formats are designed to provide students with safety and flexibility in choosing their preferred learning environments. Read more about class formats for fall. We urge you to explore our list of classes at Logger Central. Contact your student success coach to discuss your academic plan and other information about courses needed to complete your program of study. You can also view your progress by logging in to Logger Central. If you need registration assistance, please contact Registration@llcc.edu or 217-786-2292.
Last Updated: July 1, 2020 | 6:57 p.m. CDT