Lincoln Land Community College has announced its full-time President’s and Vice President’s lists for the spring 2022 semester. Full-time students who earned a 4.0 grade point average (GPA) are noted with an asterisk and earned President’s list honors. Full-time students who earned between a GPA of 3.5-3.99 earned Vice President’s list honors. Full-time students are enrolled in 12 or more credit hours. Arenzville – Laila M. Beck, Ryan B. Snow, Daniel H. Wingert* Ashland – Molly K. Casper Assumption –
Lincoln Land Community College has announced its part-time President’s and Vice President’s lists for the spring 2022 semester. Part-time students, enrolled in six to 11 credit hours, who earned a 4.0 grade point average (GPA) are noted with an asterisk and achieved President’s list honors. Part-time students who earned a GPA of 3.5-3.99 achieved Vice President’s list honors. Alsey – Shaylee R. Lomelino Arenzville – Carlin T. Anderson*, David J. Dennis, Maggie E. Foster*, Lori A. Lomelino*, Jessica N.
Lincoln Land Community College conferred more than 1,600 degrees and certificates at the college’s commencement ceremony Friday, May 13. The graduate list below is in alphabetical order by hometown and includes degrees and certificates conferred. Note: One asterisk indicates a graduate with honors (3.50-3.74 grade point average). Two asterisks indicate a graduate with high honors (3.75 and higher grade point average). A student meeting the requirements for two or more of the same certificate but in
Lincoln Land Community College’s Child Development Center has earned continuing accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the world's largest organization working on behalf of young children. NAEYC accreditation is a rigorous quality-improvement system that uses a set of 10 research-based standards to recognize and drive quality-improvement in high-quality early learning environments. Less than 10% of all childcare centers, preschools and kindergartens
Ryan Nation, P.E., RCDD, Hanson Professional Services Inc.’s electrical discipline manager, recently celebrated 25 years of service at the firm’s Springfield headquarters. Nation joined the company in 1997 and has designed power distribution, lighting, safety and telecommunication systems for projects, including facilities for the Illinois Air National Guard, a geothermal system for the Illinois Army National Guard’s Camp Lincoln, the Illinois State Fairgrounds Coliseum renovations and repairs, the
CIT Trucks, with 15 locations serving territories in Illinois, Missouri and Indiana, was recognized yesterday for providing a diesel engine and chassis to Lincoln Land Community College’s new diesel technologies program. The donation of the MX-13 Paccar engine, valued at $20,000, was arranged by CIT Trucks through the Kenworth Technical Schools Program. In addition, CIT Trucks is donating three truck chassis, also valued at $20,000 each, to be used as training tools. Chris Harrison, director of
Lincoln Land Community College is hosting workshops that provide continuing professional development units (CPDUs) for K-12 teachers starting this summer. Workshops are taught by LLCC professors, and upcoming topics include honeybees, apps and games for the classroom, and coding. The Basics About Honeybees combines self-paced videos, which are available June 1-14, with a hands-on session June 15 at the LLCC apiary on West Lake Drive next to campus. Free Apps & Games for Your Classroom & Beyond will be