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We know getting started can be overwhelming. The one stop registration dates offer you an opportunity to enroll at Lake Land College in a personal, hometown setting. During this open house, you can receive advising from a counselor, attend orientation, register and complete your placement, which will match you with courses that work best for you.

Prior to this evening: 1. Determine if you are degree-seeking or just taking a course 2. Complete the Intent to Enroll 3. Complete the FAFSA…the financial aid form (see page to the left)

Campus • Mattoon Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Placement testing begins at 5 p.m. with orientation following; walk-in counseling available until 7 p.m. Kluthe Center • Effingham Wednesday, July 18, 2012 Placement testing begins at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. with orientation following; walk-in counseling available from 3:30 – 7 p.m.

Lake Land College 5001 Lake Land Blvd. • Mattoon, IL Call (217) 234-5253

Fall semester begins August 21. Be sure to register by August 20!

Eastern Region Center • Marshall Tuesday, July 17, 2012 Placement testing begins at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. with orientation following; walk-in counseling available from 3:30 – 7 p.m.

Course listings are available online in both a pdf and a searchable format from our home page at www.lakeland.cc.il.us. Call us at (217) 234-5434 for a printed copy. You can also access our community computer labs on campus or at an extension center in your community.

Western Region Center • Pana Wednesday, July 18, 2012 Placement testing begins at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. with orientation following; walk-in counseling available from 3:30 – 7 p.m.

Lake Land College

5001 Lake Land Blvd. • Mattoon, IL • Call (217) 234-5253 Student Services • Robert K. Luther Student Center

Counseling Services Appointments & Walk-in Hours Appointment hours • 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and evenings upon request Walk-In hours Fall & Spring Semesters • 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday Financial Aid Office Fall & Spring Semesters • 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday Additional evening hours are provided by appointment and during specific registration periods.

All college offices are open Monday through Thursday only until August 10. The regular schedule resumes August 13. Admission to the College does not ensure entrance into a particular course or program of study since applicants may have to meet specific requirements for entrance into certain courses or programs. Preference must be given to qualified in-district students.

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Important Phone Numbers & Dates............ 2 LLC Alumni Land at Littelfuse...................... 4 LLCs Adult Education Center...................... 5 Looking for a GED?..................................... 5 Financial Aid Information............................. 6 Meet Your Counselors................................. 6 Resources for Your Success......................... 7 Trio Student Support Services..................... 7 Giving Back to the Community.................8–9 One Year to a New Career....................10–13 LLC in Top 120 Community Colleges........ 14 Hair Dresser Turned Engineer................... 15 Get up, Get Out!........................................ 16 Student Trustee: Ashlee Oberling............. 17 Fall 2012 Course Listings......................18–20

Office hours for Admissions and Records, Career Services, Trio SSS and Counseling Services Fall & Spring Semesters • 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday


l Important Phone Numbers Information for All College numbers except those listed below......................................234-LAKE (5253) Accounting/Tuition & Fees Payment..................................... 234-5214 Admissions Office................................................................... 234-5434 Graduation.......................................................................... 234-5028 Records............................................................................... 234-5311 Registration......................................................................... 234-5434 Adult Education...................................................................... 235-0361 Bookstore/Textbooks............................................................. 234-5275 Career Services....................................................................... 234-5288 Center for Technology & Professional Development Online Help Desk............................................ 234-5439 Online Proctoring............................................................... 234-5459 Child Care Lab......................................................................... 234-5295 Community & Professional Programs Traffic Safety, CE and Professional Development Seminars, Continuing EdVentures, Community Learning, and Summer College for Kids............................................. 234-5219 Cosmetology Clinic................................................................. 234-5300 Counseling Services................................................................ 234-5232 Special Accommodations................................................... 234-5259 TTV (Hearing Impaired)....................................................... 234-5371 Dental Clinic............................................................................ 234-5249 Dual Credit.............................................................................. 234-5044 Financial Aid-Veteran Services.............................................. 234-5231 Educational Loans............................................................... 234-5241 Veteran Services.................................................................. 234-5255 Honors Program..................................................................... 234-5226 Learning Assistance Centers................................................. 234-5287 Testing................................................................................. 234-5301 Tutoring............................................................................... 234-5366 Library Reference Desk.......................................................... 234-5440 Off-Campus Locations............................................................ 234-5043 Police Department.................................................................. 234-5432 Student Activities/Student Life/ Student Publications......................................................... 234-5277 PCCS........................................................................................ 234-5372

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Eastern Region Center 224 South 6th Street, Marshall........................................... 826-8490 Kluthe Center for Higher Education and Technology 1204 Network Centre, Effingham....................................... 540-3555 Correctional Educational Department................................ 540-3518 Massage Therapy................................................................ 540-3535 Physical Therapist Assistant Program................................. 540-3535 Mattoon Area Adult Education Center 1617 Lake Land Blvd. . ....................................................... 235-0361 Workforce Development Center / IETC 305 Richmond Ave. East, Mattoon..................................... 235-2222 Center for Business and Industry........................................ ext. 8258 Truck Driver Training........................................................... ext. 8260 Western Region Center 600 E. First Street, Pana................. 562-5000

In addition to helping you, Full Circle is just one of the steps involved in Lake Land’s

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for a sustainable future.Through this initiative, we are significantly reducing the amount of natural resources used to produce printed materials. By offering class information and registration entirely online, Lake Land College has eliminated 3.5 million pieces of printed paper reducing our environmental footprint.

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l Important Dates to Remember July 11 Bills are mailed to students 17 One Stop to Registration on campus and at Marshall 18 One Stop to Registration in Effingham and Pana August 1 Last day to return Summer Term books without penalty 7 Fall textbook list available to print 8 Last day to return Summer Term books with penalty 15 Special Programs book pick up 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 16-17 Fall textbook pickup 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 18 Fall textbook pickup 8 a.m. to noon 20 All college offices closed from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.; services resume at 10 a.m. 20 Register by this date for Fall classes 20 Extended registration hours 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. 20 Fall textbook pickup 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 21 First day of Fall and Mod I classes 21-22 Late placement and registration 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 22 Last day to add a Fall semester class 22 New student celebration/Welcome Day 21-24 Extended Bookstore hours for fall textbook pickup 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 27 Last day for Mod I refund or to incur no charges for the class 27 Fall book pickup 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. September 3 Labor Day – college closed 4 Last day for Fall term refund or to incur no charges for Fall semester class 11 Financial Aid applied to student accounts 17 Mid-term Mod I October 2 College Career Day; No day or evening classes 9 Last day for student withdrawal from Mod I 15 Mid-term for Fall semester classes 16 First day of Mod II classes 22 Last day of refund for Mod II classes or to incur no charge for Fall semester class November 12 Mid-term Mod II 21 No day or evening classes; staff development 22-23 Thanksgiving Recess; college closed December 4 Last day for student withdrawal from Fall and Mod II classes 7 Last day to submit Intent to Graduate for Fall semester 10 Last day of classes for Fall and Mod II; finals begin at 5 p.m. 11-14 Final exams 17 Last day to return textbooks without penalty by 5 p.m. 21 Last day to return books with penalty Dec 24 College closed for Winter Break – Jan 1

Lake Land College is open Monday–Thursday only from May 14–August 10. The college is closed Sept. 3, Nov. 22–23 and Dec. 24–Jan. 1.


col•lege1 1 These definitions can help you on your path to becoming a successful student at Lake Land College. Degree seeking students • those

What are the different options for taking classes at Lake Land College? Traditional day classes Evening classes Internet classes 8-week courses Weekend courses Community locations

Non-degree seeking students •

those who are not pursuing a degree or certificate of 24 or more credit hours. Readmit students • those who have not been enrolled for at least one semester, excluding summer term. IRIS • Internet Registration and Information System that contains your personal student account information, accessible through the Hub. Intent to Enroll • form required to gain admission to the college. Can be found online at: http://www.lakeland. cc.il.us/appintro.cfm Registration • the process of selecting the courses you want to take and securing a seat in those courses. Orientation • program that assists new students with identifying degree requirements, selecting first semester courses and registering via IRIS. Online learning • courses offered through Lake Land College via the Internet. Blackboard • an Internet-based course management program that instructors and students use for both face-to-face and online classes. It is accessible through the Hub.

LLC email • your key to communicat-

ing successfully with Lake Land faculty, staff and offices. User ID • your LLC student electronic identification. Password • your birthday in six digits to begin with. Then you are prompted to change it. The Hub • a centralized portal containing all the communication and student engagement tools you need to be successful! Textbook rental • LLC’s system that saves you about $1,000 a year and requires you to RETURN books at the end of each semester. FAFSA • FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid that must be completed for financial aid determination. Part-time student • any student who is enrolled for fewer than 12 credits. In the summer, it is any student enrolled for fewer than six credits. Full-time student • any student who is carrying 12 or more credits. In the summer, it is any student who is carrying six or more credits.

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such as the Kluthe Center for Higher Education and Technology in Effingham, the Eastern Region Center at the Forsythe Building in Marshall, the Western Region Center in Pana, the Kaskaskia Center in Vandalia and several area off-campus sites.

who are seeking a LLC degree or certificate of 24 or more credit hours.


Trio of Lake Land College alumni land at Littelfuse, credit transfer opportunities for accomplishments

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hat happens when you take three Lake Land College students, add a few semesters of engineering courses and then send them on their way to the U of I with a one-to-one transfer agreement? Well, what you get are three very successful engineers who all unexpectedly ended up working for the world’s number one company in circuit protection, Littelfuse.

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One thing about this trio of engineers that isn’t so unexpected is that each of them – Chris Miller, originally of Mattoon, Ray Zumbahlen, originally of Sigel, and Jordan Hammer originally of Beecher City – credit the education they received at Lake Land College and its transferability to four-year universities for their success. “The articulation agreement between Lake Land and the U of I was really the key to my success,” explained Zumbahlen. “That in combination with small class sizes and affordability, not to mention that Lake Land was close to home, made it my number one choice after high school.”

In fact, Zumbahlen was accepted to the Rose Hulman Institute of Technology upon high school graduation, but opted for Lake Land instead. Currently, Lake Land has more than 50 articulation agreements with several senior institutions throughout Illinois and Indiana that offer a seamless transfer where students can complete a bachelor’s degree in just two additional years. Miller, Zumbahlen and Hammer each graduated from Lake Land with an associate degree in engineering science and through the college’s articulation agreement with the University of Illinois, transferred into the College of Engineering where every class except one linear algebra class transferred. “I’m not sure if I would have been able to come straight to the U of I after graduating from Beecher City High School because I simply wasn’t used to the larger classes and campus,” said Hammer. “For me, Lake Land offered that step in between that I needed.” According to Hammer, the quality of instruction he received at Lake Land was on par, and in some cases, better than that of the U of I.

“Taking classes with teachers like Tonia Timlin, Walter McHenry and Greg Capitosti built a strong foundation for me in math and science,” said Hammer. “They were all fantastic instructors and I appreciated the extra effort they put forward to help guide me.” Zumbahlen included that Timlin, division chair for math and science and physics instructor, wanted to ensure students who transferred to four-year universities were able to stay on top academically. He also said that Timlin taught them more than just the subject matter but gave them the tools to navigate the engineering industry and job market. According to Miller, who graduated from Lake Land in 2001, another advantage the college offers students is the possibility of taking two years of college-level classes and coming out debt free. “I was able to pay for college myself between the affordability of Lake Land classes and the scholarship opportunities through the foundation,” said Miller. “That led me to graduate after four semesters of college 100 percent debt free!” Miller said that a final advantage to attending Lake Land College is that even though he’s been away from campus for 11 years, he can still stop by when he’s in the area visiting family and say hi to his former instructors. Miller and Hammer are project development engineers and Zumbahlen is a high power lab engineer at Littelfuse in Champaign. Littelfuse is an American multinational electronics manufacturing company that specializes in developing industry-leading circuit protection products. Three Lake Land College alumni, Chris Miller, back row left, Ray Zumbahlen, back row right and Jordan Hammer, front, seamlessly transferred to the University of Illinois after completing an associate degree in engineering at Lake Land.

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To learn more about articulation agreements at Lake Land College, visit: http://www.lakeland.cc.il.us/transfer/2plus2-transfer.htm.


Looking for a GED? Lake Land College’s Adult Education Center How many times have you thought about improving your life or advancing your career? At the Lake Land College Adult Education Center, we’re here to help you do just that! With our flexible programs and class schedules, tuition assistance and other resources like free childcare, the Adult Education Center and its staff strive to make educational opportunities available to everyone. Whether you want a new career or want to learn how to use a new software program, Lake Land College has learning opportunities to fit your lifestyle. • C  onvenient weekend classes • Internet classes • Evening classes

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Lake Land College provides quality GED classes throughout the district! Students inquiring about Adult Education GED classes need to contact Lake Land Adult Education. This program offers free GED preparation courses GED-i, which is an online GED program, and offers free childcare for qualifying students. The GED Plus program provides Workforce Ready and College Prepared courses. Lake Land College Adult Education has an open door open advisement and enrollment policy. Each student is given an assessment and placed in an individualized educational plan allowing students the time needed to attain their goals.

For the most current list of classes visit: www.lakeland.cc.il.us/ adulteducation/index.cfm For a full set of course listing and resources call:

Free computer access at times

The CTC lab hours are 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday (closed on Fridays during the summer).

Monday: 1 – 5 p.m. Tuesday: 3:30 – 5 p.m. Wednesday: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Thursday: 3:30 – 5 p.m.

Contact Us: 1617 Lake Land Blvd., Mattoon, IL 61938 • (217) 235-0361

Brian D. Haskins Transition Coordinator bhaskins46064@lakeland.cc.il.us Or stop by: Lake Land College Adult Education 1617 Lake Land Blvd. in Mattoon

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convenient for you at the Computer Technology Center

Need help updating a resume or learning a software program? The Lab Advisor is available during these hours:

Patricia Hemmett Adult Education and Literacy Supervisor 217-235-0361 phemmett@lakeland.cc.il.us


Need a Financial Aid

Super Hero? Considering classes?! It’s not too late!

Gasp! How is Johnny going to pay for college?!

• Apply now for Fall 2012, Spring 2013, & Summer 2013 Financial Aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online at www.fafsa.gov. • You won’t know the results before the start of fall classes, so have a back-up plan in place for paying for courses before you enroll.

Current students can…

• Check their Financial Aid Status and Documents on the LLC Hub/ IRIS and return all required documents ASAP! • Receive important Financial Aid updates to their LLC student e-mail.

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• One credit hour of tuition plus fees = $100.80 • If you’re going to take one course that is worth 3 credit hours — 3 x 100.80 = $302.40 • A full-load of classes per semester, approximately five 3-hour classes, or 15 hours total 15 x 100.80 = $1,512.00 Individual courses and Internet courses have additional fees. This figure includes textbook rental.

counselors !

Emily Hartke Chair of Counseling & Judicial Affairs Advisement Associate in Liberal Studies ehartke@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-234-5430

Heather Nohren Academic Counselor Agriculture and Business hnohren@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-234-5356

Terri Fields Academic Counselor Humanities and Undecided tfields@lakelans.cc.il.us 217-234-5442

Jordan Hicks Academic Counselor & Coordinator of Disability Services jicks50392@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-234-5259

Cindy Lanman Academic Counselor Social Science and Education clanman@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-2345251

Krista Burrell Academic Counselor Allied Health & Math and Science kburrell@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-234-5042

Counseling Services is located in the Luther Student Center, in the student services wing. Office hours are 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Call 217-234-5232 to schedule an appointment during office hours and evenings upon request. Walk-in assistance is available from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Note that during the Summer Term, all college offices are closed on Fridays.)

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Bryan Burrell Academic Counselor Engineering & Technology Athletic Eligibility and Advisement bburrell@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-234-5281 Jennie Welsh Counseling Services Specialist jwelsh@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-234-5574

Nikki Lamb Student Assistance Specialist nlamb@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-234-5232

Lisa Leisch Counseling Services Administrative Assistant lleisch@lakeland.cc.il.us 217-234-5232

Have questions about classes or transfer requirements? Email counsel@lakeland.cc.il.us


TRiO – Student Support Services What is TRiO Student Support Services? The goal of TRiO SSS is to increase our students’ abilities to stay in and graduate from college.

Resources for your success

Don’t sweat it... how to study for the LLC Placement Test All degree-seeking students and nondegree students planning to enroll in an English or math course are required to complete placement testing. You may submit ACT scores to be used instead of taking the placement test. Course enrollment will be determined by scores on the Lake Land College test or the ACT, whichever is higher. If your ACT scores place you below college level, taking the college placement test offers an opportunity to improve placement. Results of these tests will determine enrollment in courses that are best for you. A study guide and sample questions can be found at: http:// www.lakeland.cc.il.us/lac/StudyGuide. pdf. Cut-off scores for course placement can be found at: http://www.lakeland. cc.il.us/highschool_counselors/ interpreting_testscores.

Students with Disabilities

Need some help with your class work? The Tutoring Center, open 8 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday and evenings by appointment (Monday – Thursday during summer term) offers tutoring in college classes, basic skills courses in computer skills, test taking and memory courses, in English as a Second Language and supplemental services for students with disabilities. Call (217) 234-5287 for information. The Intensive English Language Program (IELP) is designed to assist international students who are nonnative speakers of English. The program provides beginning, intermediate, and advanced instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Students at the beginning and intermediate levels will be enrolled full-time in the program. Advanced level students may be co-enrolled in one regular college course. For more information, call (217) 234-5287.

Why should I join TRiO? • Personalized support services to help you reach your goals • Academic, career, financial and personal counseling • Social and cultural events are available at no cost Where do I go for more information? • Visit www.lakeland.cc.il.us/ triosupportservices • Call 217-234-5456 • Email triosss@lakeland.cc.il.us TRiO refers to the first three programs initiated by President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty with the Higher Education Act of 1964. The SSS Project will serve 160 low-income, first-generation, and/or disabled students through a comprehensive plan targeting five required services of academic tutoring, advice and assistance in course selection, financial aid information and assistance, financial and economic literacy education and transfer assistance. Lake Land’s SSS Project will provide additional services that include mentoring, career counseling, personal counseling and cultural programming. TRiO is funded by the Department of Education.

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Students who have a disability may benefit from a variety of support services such as tutoring, recorded materials/ textbooks, assistive technology and testing accommodations. Students should identify their needs at least six weeks before the term they wish to attend to ensure that the necessary

support services can be provided. If the college does not receive advance notice, it may not be possible to provide support services for the first term. However, depending on the need(s) and availability of resources, some support services may be arranged after a student is enrolled. Contact the Office of Student Accommodations at (217) 234-5259.

How do students or potential students join the TRiO program? Students need to meet one or more of the three eligibility requirements. The requirements are as follows: 1. Neither your parent or legal guardian graduated from a four-year institution – this means you are a first generation college student. 2. You meet income requirements, for example, you are PELL eligible or are classified low income by federal government standards. 3. You have a disability OR meet the requirements of the Office of Student Accommodations.


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Lake Land College offers students opportunities to learn while giving back to the community

Emily Jaekel is pictured here on Chipper. After riding for three years therapeutically, Emily has not only gained muscle strength but confidence, too.

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hen Emily Jaekel’s mother Amy watches her ride Chipper, the horse, a smile broadens across her face. Chipper is not a thoroughbred and Emily is not an equestrian. Together they have not won any awards. In fact, Chipper does not even come to a trot when Emily sits on his back. Regardless of this, Amy is proud and it shows.

“While this might not look like much to you or me, Emily has made so many advances since she’s been riding,” said Amy. “At first, she had to sit in front of someone else while she rode and was also strapped onto the saddle. But, since she’s gained so much muscle and core strength, she’s able to ride on her own now.” Emily, who is from Sullivan, Ind., was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth and has been participating in therapeutic horseback riding for the last three years at the Paradise Equestrian Therapy Center in Charleston. Here, Emily receives specialized riding sessions created just for her with the help of a trained horse handler and side-walkers, many of whom are Lake Land College students participating in a Service Learning course offered through the social science and education division. According to Emily Adams, education major from Sullivan, she enrolled in the Service Learning class because she’s seen first-hand how special services like this can help individuals with disabilities. “I used to babysit a boy who was diagnosed with autism and by working with him, he’s now able to laugh and smile, which was a huge step,” said Adams. “Also, I’ve always really liked horses, so this class offered me two things that are close to my heart.” Therapeutic riding has been an accepted therapy for individuals with disabilities since the 1970s. It has been shown to help riders increase their range of motion, balance and strength, increase relaxation, enhance communication skills, and promote independence and confidence.

To learn more about the Paradise Equestrian Therapy Center, call 217-232-0022.


Amy said that for her daughter, who uses an electronic wheelchair to get around, therapeutic riding has been the most beneficial therapy for her for a few reasons. “Now at age 16, Emily is tired of her regular therapies. She gets upset when we have to see the doctor, making the other therapies not enjoyable for her,” said Amy. “This is the only therapy that levels the playing field for her where she gets to leave her chair behind.” Amy said that not only has Emily shown great improvement since she’s started equestrian therapy, but she likes it too. According to her, this is one therapy where she gets to interact with other people her age who experience the same kinds of issues she does. Further, this gives Emily a chance to meet people who aren’t doctors or physical therapists, but are there just to help her succeed, like the Lake Land students. “Every rider can teach you a different lesson,” said Jordan Boerngen of Dieterich, who is studying math education at LLC. “This is a humbling experience, and sometimes if I’m having a rough day and come out here to the ranch, by the end of it, I’ve forgotten about my own problems.” Cathy Bunton, health and physical education instructor who teaches the Service Learning class, said that it’s important for her as a teacher to offer

Pictured here with Oreo are students in the Lake Land College Service Learning class. Pictured from left are: Stephen Stanley, Mattoon; Emily Adams, Sullivan; Lynette Green, Sullivan; Jordan Boerngen, Dieterich; and Mailey Gorman, Paris.

this course because of the eye-opening experiences her students have. “Once you get a student out here, they get hooked,” said Bunton. “And, I admire those students who give their time, allowing themselves to grow in this capacity. It reminds us all how fortunate we are.” The Service Learning course at Lake Land College is available in three different sections for either one credit hour,

two credit hours or three credit hours. Credits earned through this course count toward graduation and are transferable. Since there is no regular classroom meeting time for this class, students can choose the days and times that work best for their schedules. For more information about the Service Learning course, contact Bunton at cbunton@lakeland.cc.il.us or 217-234-5361.

In Loving Memory of James D. Cox

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According to his mother Deanna, James Cox of Greenup never met a stranger. “He brought so much joy and light to those he met throughout his life,” she said. Cox, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth, participated in equestrian therapy for a good portion of his life, which increased head control, core strength and ease of breathing. “I noticed a lot of differences in him when he was riding,” said Deanna. “It wasn’t just the physical aspects, but it was the emotional change, his well-being and confidence, too. It made him feel very special.” Cox graduated from Cumberland High School in 2009 and participated in the Cumberland High School Student Council and 4-H. Cox passed away on March 15, 2012 at the age of 22 from complications surrounding his condition. “James never thought he was different and it was volunteers and students like those he met through equestrian therapy and at his high school that made 9 him so happy in life,” said Deanna.


One year to a New Statistics show that on average, adults change jobs 10 times throughout their lives…what are you destined to do next? Lake Land College offers more than 50 technical programs that are designed to move students from college into the workforce in a relatively short period of time. Students who complete their program and demonstrate a well defined level of proficiency will be awarded a technical certificate. Technical certificate programs are available in most of the occupational areas for which the college offers an associate degree. Programs range from medical coding and nursing to electronics, computers and renewable energy.

Highlights of Technical Programs at Lake Land •C  ertificate programs are three semesters or less, moving students through the coursework in no more than a year’s time;

•F  aculty assist students in securing hands-on experiences in the workforce through internships, practicums and SOEs or specialized occupational experiences;

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•S  tudents can tag on a year-long technical program to another degree whether it’s an associate degree or multiple certificate programs, which can give students a broader skill set when looking for a job.

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Career Outlooks

Researching the growth, salary range and skill set required for a specific career choice is a good way to determine if this is the career for you. The following information is compiled from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics at www.bls.gov.

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Practical Nurse Check out the PN program at LLC: www.lakeland.cc.il.us/models_ new/catalog_model.cfm?major=Practical Nursing

PNs provide basic nursing care like monitoring patients’ health and administering care. PNs work under the direction of a registered nurse or doctor in various settings including nursing homes, extended care facilities, hospitals, doctors’ offices and private homes. Most PNs find full-time work. In 2010, the national median pay for an PN was $40,380 per year or $19.42 an hour. The job outlook for PN positions is expected to grow at 22 percent until 2020, which is considered higher than average job growth. If you’re patient, friendly and enjoy helping others, this is a good career for you! At LLC, there are special admissions requirements for this program of study. For more information, call Nicole Zeller at (217) 234-5452 or email her at nzeller@lakeland. cc.il.us.

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 eating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration H (HVAC) Mechanics and Installers Check out the HVAC program at LLC: www.lakeland.cc.il.us/ models_new/catalog_model.cfm?major=Heating, Venting, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

HVAC technicians work on heating, ventilation, cooling and refrigeration systems that control the air quality in many types of buildings including private residences, schools, hospitals, office buildings and factories. Most HVAC technicians find full-time work. The national median pay for an HVAC technician in 2010 was $42,530 annually or $20.45 per hour. The job outlook for positions in the HVAC field is expected to grow 34 percent until 2020, which is considered much faster than average job growth. If you are detail oriented and enjoy working with your hands and specialized tools, this career is for you! For more information, contact Kris Kersey at (217) 234-5304 or kkersey@lakeland. cc.il.us.

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Surveying and Mapping Technicians Check out LLC’s Intro to Geographic Information Systems program at www.lakeland.cc.il.us/models_new/catalog_model. cfm?major=GIS - Intro to Geographic Information Systems

Surveying and mapping technicians help surveyors and cartographers in collecting data and making maps of the earth’s surface. These technicians visit various sites to take measurements of the land and use geographic data to create maps. Common projects for these technicians include highway or construction site planning. The national median pay for a Surveying and Mapping Technician was $37,900 in 2010 or $18.22 an hour. The job outlook for positions like these is expected to grow 16 percent until 2020, an average job growth rate. If you like to be outside or enjoy studying the earth’s formation and elevation, this would be a great job for you! For more information contact Tonia Timlin at (217) 234-5309 or ttimlin@lakeland.cc.il.us.


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Professional Truck Driver Check out LLC’s Commercial Drivers Training program at www.lakeland.cc.il.us/cbi/cdl/index.cfm.

Professional heavy truck drivers transport goods from one location to another and are usually long-haul drivers who operate trucks with a capacity of at least 26,001 pounds per gross vehicle weight. Drivers generally cover intercity routes or routes that can span several states. Most professional truck drivers find full-time work. The national median pay for a professional truck driver in 2010 was $37,770 annually or $18.16 an hour. The job outlook for positions in this field is projected to grow 21 percent until 2020, which is considered higher than average job growth. Becoming a professional truck driver is a major lifestyle choice because these workers can be away from home for days or weeks at a time. But, if you like to travel and see the country, this is the job for you! For more information, contact the Center for Business and Industry at (217) 235-1282.

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Massage Therapist Check out LLC’s Massage Therapy program at www.lakeland.cc.il.us/models_new/catalog_model. cfm?major=Massage Therapy.

Massage Therapists treat clients by using touch to manipulate muscles and soft tissue in order to relieve pain, rehabilitate injuries, reduce stress and increase relaxation. Massage therapists work in a variety of settings including private doctors’ offices or at physical therapy offices, spas, hospitals, fitness centers and resorts or hotels. The national median pay for a massage therapist in 2010 was $34,900 annually or $16.78 an hour. The job outlook for positions in this field is projected to grow 20 percent until 2020, which is considered higher than average job growth. If you are a hands-on person who enjoys helping others heal and relax, this job is for you. At Lake Land, there are two options for the massage therapy program – Option One and Option Two. Option Two is a three-semester-long program designed to get students trained and certified in a year’s time. Option One extends the program over two years, for five semesters and is best suited for students who are not available for day-time classes. For more information contact Martha Mioux at (217) 540-3551 or mmioux@ lakeland.cc.il.us.

Not sure what you want to do or what career suits your personality the best?

Don’t forget Career Services at Lake Land! Whether it’s help writing a resume, practicing interview questions or finding a career choice for you, Career Services does it all! Contact them at careerservices@lakeland.cc.il.us or (217) 234-5288.Visit their Web site at www.lakeland.cc.il.us/careerservices/index.cfm.

1. Agriculture Power Technology 2. Agriculture Business 3. Crop Production 4. Horticulture 5. Livestock Production 6. Basic Nurse Assisting Program* 7. Emergency Medical Services* 8. Practical Nursing 9. Massage Therapy (Option 2) 10. Accounting 11. Computer Applications Specialist* 12. Cosmetology 13. Cosmetology – Nail Technology* 14. Cosmetology Teacher 15. E-Commerce Marketing 16. Entrepreneurship – Small Business Ownership* 17. Esthetics 18. Information Technology – Computer Applications 19. Information Technology – Computer Game Development 20. Information Technology – Digital Media Specialist 21. Information Technology – Network Administration 22. Information Technology – Programming 23. Information Technology – Web Technology 24. Management* 25. Marketing 26. Medical Transcriptionist 27. Office Assistant/Receptionist 28. Office Technology Skills – General* 29. Office Technology Skills – Medical* 30. Office Technology Skills – MOS* 31. Professional Sales 32. Broadcast Announcing 33. Radio Broadcasting 34. TV Field/Studio Production* 35. GIS – Intro to Geographic Information Systems 36. Nanny Child Care Provider 37. Paraprofessional Education – Teacher Aide 38. Waste Water Operator* 39. Water Plant Operator* 40. Advanced Automation and Control Technology 41. Automotive Mechanic 42. Commercial Driver Training* 43. Computer Technician 44. Computer Troubleshooting* 45. Computer-Aided Drafting 46. Electronic Communication Technician 47. Heating, Venting, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 48. Industrial Maintenance 49. Programmable Logic Controllers 50. Renewable Energy 51. Renewable Energy Management 52. Residential Wiring* 53. Sustainable Energy 54. Welding Technology * Indicates Federal Title IV financial aid or the Illinois Monetary Program grant does not apply for this program because it requires less than 16 hours for completion, or less than one semester.

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There are many resources to help you! Check out www.careercruising.com. At this Web site, you can take a Career Matchmaker assessment which will ask you a series of questions and based on your personal responses, match you to career options best for you. Already know your skill set and personality? Check out http://bls.gov/ooh/ to review the Occupational Outlook Handbook where you can explore career options based on salary, job growth and training needs.

Lake Land College offers the following technical certificates that aim to move students into a new career in less than one year.


One year to a New Lake Land College Program Snapshots At Lake Land, there is something for everyone. Many of the technical programs at the college offer advanced training and will move students into a new career path in one year or less. Check out these program snapshots for some of our year-long programs in order to determine if it’s the right option for you.

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Crop Production Certificate

The Crop Production certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in crop production occupations like farming, farm management and farm operations. This program contains a minimum of eight weeks of internship at an approved location so that students get hands-on, real-world experience which helps to boost their competitiveness in the field. This is a three-semester-long certificate that spans one year. Students must complete 38-42 credit hours to receive this certificate. Students in this program can expect to take classes like Soil Science, Animal Husbandry and Introduction to Agriculture Software. For more information contact Mark Niemerg at (217) 234-5327 or mniemerg@ lakeland.cc.il.us.

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Accounting Certificate The Accounting Certificate program prepares students to provide technical administrative support to professional accountants and other financial management personnel. All courses satisfactorily completed in this certificate program will apply to the associate in applied science degree with a major in Accounting. This two-semester-long certificate requires 32 credit hours to complete and students can expect to take classes like Business Communications, The American Economy and Financial Accounting. For more information contact Cindy Phipps at (217) 234-5350 or cphipps@lakeland.cc.il.us.

Radio Broadcasting Certificate

Students in this program will learn how to be a multi-skilled broadcaster capable of performing a wide variety of tasks performed at a radio station by participating in an intensive, hands-on program. Students will gain knowledge of sales, announcing, radio operations and the practical/theoretical aspects of radio broadcasting. All coursework in the Radio Broadcasting certificate can be applied to an associate in applied science degree in Radio/TV Broadcasting. Students in this 33-credit-hour certificate program can expect to take classes like Radio-TV Announcing, Broadcast Sales and Introduction to Speech Communication. For more information contact Greg Powers at (217) 234-5335 or gpowers@lakeland. cc.il.us.

Occupational Program Guarantee Policy

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The Occupational Program Guarantee is offered to students graduating from an occupational program with an Associate in Applied Science degree or a certificate. Guarantee It is the policy of Lake Land College that students graduating with an Associate in Applied Science degree or certificate in a career/occupational program be guaranteed competency in the technical skills that the program is designed to teach in the degree or certificate. Graduates of degree programs who jointly with their employers determine they are lacking in the technical skills contained in the program and graduates who have been unsuccessful in passing required licensure exams after two attempts shall be permitted to enroll in up to 15 credit hours of retraining for a degree or nine (9) credit hours of retraining for a certificate, tuition free. Notification and Conditions This policy shall become effective with new degree or certificate seeking students of the 1994 fall term. All course work for the degree or certificate must have been completed at Lake Land College with a grade of “C” or better within three years of initial enrollment at the college and the graduate must have been employed full-time in a job directly related to his/her training within one year after graduation from the program. Upon written verification from the employer within six months of the graduate’s initial employment that the graduate lacks competency in specific technical skills as represented by the degree or certificate information printed in the college catalog, or other printed matter, a retraining plan will be developed through the office of the Associate Vice President for Workforce Development. The retraining will be limited to courses regularly offered by the college on the main campus and must be completed within one calendar year.

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The Computer Technician program prepares students for entry into the broad field of computer repair and maintenance in a variety of areas such as personal computers, telecommunications, industrial and computer network systems. The program also prepares the student for A+ certification testing, a standard of excellence set by the computer industry. This program is three semesters long which can be finished in one year’s time. It requires 38 credit hours to complete. Students in this program can expect to take classes like Basic Electronics, Cabling/Fiber Optics and Computer Servicing Techniques. For more information contact Gary Lindley at (217) 2345246 or glindley@lakeland.cc.il.us.

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This program provides experiences which enable students to develop competencies necessary for employment in and/or continued education in welding. Emphasis throughout the program is placed on developing skills in the following areas: safety, metal identification, oxy-acetylene welding, metal cutting processes, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding and blueprint reading. This two-semester-long program requires 26.5 credit hours to complete. Students in this program can expect to take classes like Blueprint Reading for Industry, Metal Cutting and Fabrication and Shielded Metal Arc Welding.

Be sure to check out a complete list of Lake Land College’s Academic Programs at www.lakeland.cc.il.us/ academicprograms/index.cfm. Or, request a 2012-2014 Catalog by contacting (217) 234-5434.

LLC alumna opens shop and travels the nation with new found career

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t age 49, Rhonda Newby came to Lake Land College to start a career after being a stay-at-home mother for 25 years. In 2011, she enrolled in the Esthetics Program at LLC and a year later, she moved to Robinson and bought the Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio where she gives cosmetic consultation, facials and body treatments.

“This program was the best for me because I wasn’t overwhelmed with the time frame,” said Newby. “I needed a program that could train me effectively with quick turn around so I could get into the workforce.” As the owner of the Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio, Newby said she’s gained a lot of experience beyond her esthetics certificate. “In the last year, I’ve travelled to Los Angeles for a two-day training and to San Antonio for the annual convention,” she said. Newby also said she’s gained practical experience in marketing and business management. “It’s funny because I don’t consider a lot of what I do to be work,” Newby said. “Yes, it’s my career, but I have so much fun doing it, it doesn’t seem like the daily grind because it’s something I’m so passionate about.”

Rhonda Newby, Robinson, owns a Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio where she specializes in cosmetics and skincare. Newby received her Esthetics Certificate from Lake Land College and found her new career in just one year.

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Lake Land College named in top 120 community colleges in U.S. for second year D

uring the spring semester, the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program chose Lake Land College as one of the top 120 community colleges in the country. This puts Lake Land in the top 10 percent of all community colleges for the second year in a row.

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The Aspen Institute identified the 120 community colleges by assessing performance and improvement in four areas: graduation rates, degrees awarded, student retention rates and equity in student outcomes. “Lake Land’s mission is to create and continuously improve educational services for the diverse group of students

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we serve and being acknowledged by $1 million fund for the 2013 Aspen the Aspen Institute for a second year Prize for Community College shows that the faculty, staff and adExcellence. ministration of the college work very “The success of our nation’s diligently toward this end,” said Scott community colleges is more important Lensink, Lake Land College president. than ever before,” said Aspen Institute The 120 community colleges College Excellence Program Executive announced were selected from a Director Josh Wyner. “This competition national pool of more than 1,000 spotlights excellence and helps raise public two-year colleges using publicly the bar for all community colleges available data on student outcomes. to improve student achievement These community colleges and better prepare the next have been invited to generation for the job submit applications market after college.” To learn containing detailed data Ten finalist colleges more about on degree/certificate will be named in Lake Land completion, labor September and a grand College, visit: market outcomes prize winner and four www.lakeland. and student learning runners-up will be anoutcomes in order nounced in March 2013. cc.il.us. to compete for the


Avoree Gore, Lake Land College alumna who transferred to RoseHulman credits Lake Land for her success in the engineering field and preparing her for the job she’s always wanted as a Hydraulics Engineer for the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Hair dresser turned engineer credits Lake Land for educational and career opportunities

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ne of the best things about Avoree Gore’s new job as a Bridge and Hydraulics Engineer for the Illinois Department of Transportation District V in Paris is that her commute to work is now only 15 minutes long.

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Being a wife and a mother of two, Gore’s choice of going back to school after a career in cosmetology for seven years meant commuting long distances to and from school and being away from home more often. “I never even considered that after starting a family and having a two-yearold and a newborn that I could come back to college and ultimately get a four-year degree,” said Gore. Gore initially enrolled at Lake Land right out of high school and earned a Cosmetology Certificate. However, the odd hours and stress of owning her own business led her to return to Lake Land College in 2004 at age 26 with her site set on a two-year technical certificate. “My decision to come back to Lake Land was a life changing moment,” said Gore. “At that time, I wasn’t even

considering a four-year degree. I just wanted a quick turn around to be able to get back into the workforce.” It was with the guidance of instructors in the Math and Science and Technology Divisions that Gore decided even with a young family at home, she would change programs and enroll in the Civil Engineering Technology Program, a transfer program aimed at getting students to a four-year degree, in order to transfer her credits and earn a bachelor’s degree. “I was always good at math and science and graduated as valedictorian from high school,” said Gore. “And funny enough, I had no idea I wanted to be an engineer.” According to Gore, it was instructors like Bambi Jones, mathematics instructor, and Tonia Timlin, physics instructor, who saw her potential and inspired her to pursue a career in engineering. “I never took a physics class before Tonia’s, so I was very nervous,” explained Gore. “But she was so encouraging and understood what it was like to be a woman and a mother while at the same time trying to

crack into the engineering field.” For her first ever physics class, Gore did pretty well – she received an “A” on the final exam. Another advantage for Gore in the engineering program at Lake Land was that the classes were small, so she got to know her peers and work through the material in a group setting, which she said prepared her for the real world working environment. “In this line of work, we do everything as a team, so having that small group working environment while at Lake Land gave me an advantage when I transferred,” said Gore. After she graduated with an associate degree in Engineering Science, Gore applied to the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind. and the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, where she was accepted to both. She said she chose to enroll at Rose-Hulman because it was closer to home and had smaller class sizes, two things that reminded her of Lake Land. “At no time during my educational career at Rose-Hulman did I feel unprepared or out of place,” said Gore. “But I can be certain that without the preparation that Lake Land provided, I would have been overwhelmed.” Gore also said that because of the financial aid opportunities at Lake Land, like Foundation Scholarships, the BOOST Scholarship and the Talented Student Award, she graduated from Lake Land debt free. “Having those financial aid opportunities available to me at that time in my life was an integral part to my success,” said Gore. “Another perk was because I made good grades at Lake Land, when I transferred to Rose-Hulman, my tuition cost was lowered.” In 2009, Gore graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Rose-Hulman. After that, she worked as a project engineer for HWC Engineering in Terre Haute, Ind. where she was responsible for studying water resources and supervising construction and design projects. Gore moved on to IDOT in Effingham before she transferred to District V in Paris where she says she has landed the perfect job that uses her background in water management and project design, and of course, is close to home. 15


up, Get get‌out! Did you know the campus of Lake Land College has much more to offer than classrooms and computer labs? Of the 308 acres on campus, 70 acres are dedicated strictly to green space. This green space is comprised of a Frisbee golf course, walking trails, ponds and native prairie grasses. While walking the grounds of Lake Land College, it is not unusual to see wildlife such as beavers, toads, birds, pheasants or the occasional deer. The campus is also sprinkled with unique pieces of artwork, showcasing sculptures of all kinds. Whether it’s a break between classes or an afternoon picnic with the family, Lake Land offers outdoor opportunities for students and the public alike.

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Meet your student trustee: Ashley Oberling Each year at Lake Land College, a student trustee is selected by the student body to be the voice of the students on the Lake Land College Board of Trustees. Here’s your chance to get to know your student trustee for the 2012-2013 school year, Ashley Oberling.

Q: What is your hometown? A: Plainville, Illinois, which is about three-and-a-half hours to the west of Mattoon. Q: What is your major? A: I am an Agriculture Transfer major, but not sure what area I want to concentrate in yet. Q: What’s one of your main goals for upcoming school year? A: My main goal for the upcoming year is to ensure that students have a voice and can connect with the administration and the board members so that we can get the most out of our education here at Lake Land. Q: Is there a particular student issue that you hope to champion for this school year? Are there any pressing student concerns that you’ve seen? A: I think the administration and the Board of Trustees does a great job listening to our concerns as students and that they value our input. So as of right now, there are no pressing student concerns, but I urge students to contact me if an issue arises so that I can relay the message and a resolution can be found.

Q: In your opinion, if a non-traditional student is thinking about coming back to school, what’s something you would tell him/her to help ease any concerns?

Ashley Oberling is the 2012-2013 student trustee. Contact her on Facebook at www.facebook. com/ashleyoberling for any questions or information!

Q: Why’d you choose to come to LLC all the way from western Illinois? A: My brother came to school here and participated on the livestock judging team. At that time, I was dead set on going to Mizzou [the University of Missouri], but I came to visit Lake Land to see my brother. I sat in on some agriculture courses and fell in love. Since I graduated with a class of 31, I realized that Lake Land would offer me the transition I needed to go from high school onto Mizzou. Q: So far, what’s been your favorite class or who’s been your favorite instructor? A: My favorite class so far has been my animal science class with Ryan Orrick. It was the very first class at Lake Land and I met a lot of my current friends there. Q: What’s your favorite place on campus and why? A: Definitely the West Building. It’s nice and quiet and is a great setting to get your homework and studies done. Q: What’s something everyone should know about Lake Land? A: Coming in, just know there isn’t anything to be scared of. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and get to know people. The number one objective for instructors here is to help their students succeed.

Q: Not being from the area originally, what’s something you learned about the area – a good hang out, good restaurant, etc? A: If you’re staying close to campus, the sand volleyball court by the apartments is a lot of fun. If you venture off campus, Cody’s is a great place to eat! Q: What are your plans after you graduate with your associate degree? A: I plan to transfer to Mizzou and continue studying agriculture. Q: If a student would like to connect with you, how should they do that? A: The best way for students to reach me is through my Facebook account. You can find me at www.facebook.com/ ashleyoberling.

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Q: In your opinion, what is the best way for a student to succeed at Lake Land College? A: The best way for students to succeed at Lake Land is to become involved. The more people you know, the better the college experience is. That way, not only can you find a buddy for lunch, but you will meet people and feel more comfortable to form study groups and get involved in clubs and organizations. Everyone should stop by the Student Life Office [located in the Luther Student Center] to see what’s going on because there is something for everyone.

A: I would tell that student to get to know his/her instructor – go up to them on the first day and introduce yourself. Everyone on this campus is here to lend a helping hand and by diving in, those non-traditional students will get re-acclimated to the educational environment a lot quicker. Or, getting to know some traditional aged students can help, too. Younger students have generally come straight from high school, so they’re full of tips and tactics for success in the classroom.


Fall 2012 Course Listings Agriculture AGR-040 Agricultural Mathematics AGR-041 Supervised Occupational Exp I AGR-043 Supv Occup Exp III AGR-046 Introduction to Ag Occupations AGR-050 Soils AGR-052 Prin/Crop Productn AGR-054 Crop Harvesting/Drying/Storage AGR-060 Animal Husbandry AGR-061 Livestock Evaluation AGR-062 Advanced Livestock Evaluation AGR-078 Equine Care and Management AGR-080 Ignition & Electrical Systems AGR-083 Small Engines AGR-087 Diesel Fuel Systems AGR-088 Ag Trans & Power Trains AGR-090 Principles of Agri Mechanics AGR-091 Hydraulics AGR-122 Farm Management AGR-131 Agriculture Business Financing AGR-134 Business Analysis/Records AGR-151 GPS/Applications in Ag AGR-153 Ag Custom Applications AGR-205 Intro/Soil Science AGR-206 Intro/Animal Science AGR-207 Intro/Ag Economics AGR-208 Intro/Ag Mechanization Allied Health AHE-040 Basic Nurse Assisting AHE-041 Medical Terminology AHE-042 Advanced Medical Terminology AHE-044 Pathophysiology AHE-047 Phlebotomy Techniques AHE-048 Phlebotomy Practicum AHE-051 Health Science Careers AHE-055 Math for Meds Anthropology ANT-200 General Anthropology Art ART-100 ART-110 ART-161 ART-181 ART-240 ART-250 ART-260

Drawing I 2-D Design Printmaking I Intro to Film Appreciation Art and Gender Understanding Art Art History I

Associate Degree Nursing ADN-040 Nursing I ADN-052 Nursing Process & Pharmacology ADN-076 Nursing III

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Automotive Technology AUT-048 Intro to Automotive Technology AUT-050 Engine Repair AUT-051 Electrical Systems I AUT-059 Electrical Systems II AUT-080 Steering and Suspension AUT-081 Engine Performance II Bio-Science BIO-050 Basic Anatomy & Physiology BIO-100 Bio Science I BIO-111 General Botany BIO-116 General Zoology BIO-120 Natural Science BIO-130 Environmental Science BIO-160 Introduction to Genetics BIO-225 Human Ana/Phys I BIO-226 Human Ana/Phys II BIO-235 Microbiology

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Building Construction Tech BCT-045 Plans and Specifications BCT-050 Construction Materials Business BUS-056 BUS-057 BUS-059 BUS-061 BUS-062 BUS-063 BUS-065 BUS-074 BUS-076 BUS-078 BUS-080 BUS-081 BUS-082 BUS-083 BUS-084 BUS-085 BUS-086 BUS-087 BUS-089 BUS-092 BUS-094 BUS-095 BUS-096 BUS-097 BUS-098 BUS-099 BUS-113 BUS-114 BUS-120 BUS-123 BUS-134 BUS-141 BUS-142 BUS-151 BUS-152 BUS-200 BUS-247 BUS-251 BUS-281 BUS-287 BUS-290

Marketing Seminar Marketing Internship Medical Insurance and Coding Office Transcription Legal Transcription Medical Transcription Legal Terminology Management Seminar Management Internship Management/Marketing Capstone Office Technology Seminar Office Technology Internship Medical Transcript Internship Ofc Tech Internship-Medical Adv Medical Transcription Accounting Process Statistics for Bus Accounting Internship Small Business Management Principles of Selling Business Math Fundamentals of Accounting Fed Tax Accounting Prin/Cost Account Intermediate Accounting Computerized Accounting Keyboarding Advanced Formatting Business Career Development Notetaking Principles of E-Commerce Business Communications Introduction to Business Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Legal Environ/Business Principles of Marketing Principles of Management Business Statistics Intro International Business Human Resource Management

Chemistry CHM-085 CHM-111 CHM-120 CHM-150 CHM-151 CHM-243 CHM-253

Special Topics in Chemical Sci Concepts of Chemistry Introductory Chemistry I General Chemistry I General Chemistry II Organic Chemistry I Organic Chemistry Lab I

Civil Engineering Technology CET-051 Civil Construction I CET-052 Civil Construction II CET-054 Soils + Aggregates CET-060 Surveying I CET-062 Surveying II CET-077 Supervised Occupational Exp CET-082 Civil Drafting Computer Aided Drafting CAD-056 CAD I CAD-057 CAD II CAD-058 CAD Drafting Systems CAD-060 3D Solid Modeling CAD-075 Supervised Occupational Exp

Computer Information Systems CIS-040 Introduction to Computers CIS-051 Designing for the Web CIS-052 Visual Basic CIS-054 PowerPoint CIS-055 Word CIS-056 Advanced Software Applications CIS-058 Spec Software Applications CIS-060 Project Management CIS-062 Computer Game Development CIS-066 Digital Video Production CIS-068 Computer Appl-Special Topics CIS-070 Network Security CIS-071 Introduction to Networking CIS-073 Survey of Operating Systems CIS-074 IT Seminar CIS-079 Client Operating System CIS-081 Networking Essentials CIS-084 Server Operating Systems CIS-085 Adv Server Operating System CIS-087 TCP/IP and Routing CIS-088 Adobe Photoshop CIS-090 InDesign CIS-092 Adobe Illustrator CIS-093 Access CIS-094 Excel CIS-095 Database Management CIS-097 Quark Xpress CIS-098 Advanced Desktop Skills CIS-099 Web Page Design CIS-100 Advanced Web Page Design CIS-101 Internet Systems/Applications CIS-156 Computer Logic CIS-160 Practical Software Application CIS-164 Object-Oriented Programming II Computer Integrated Manuf CIM-044 Industrial Robotics CIM-092 Computer-Aided Manufacturing Cosmetology COS-050 Cosmetology I COS-052 Cosmetology II COS-056 Cosmetology IV COS-058 Cosmetology V COS-059 Cosmetology Clinic COS-060 Salon Management COS-061 Computer Appl for Cosmetology COS-078 Cosmetology Teacher III COS-080 Nail Technology I COS-081 Nail Technology II Dental Hygiene DHY-041 Dental Terminology DHY-060 Dental Assisting DHY-067 Dental Anatomy/Hist DHY-068 Dental Hygiene I DHY-069 Pre-Clinic Hyg I DHY-080 Pathology DHY-086 Pharmacology DHY-087 Dental Hygiene III DHY-088 Clinic II DHY-089 Lab Proced/Dent Hyg DHY-090 Exp Duties/Dent Hyg Early Childhood Education ECE-041 The Creative Play Classroom ECE-051 Infant/Toddler Environment ECE-095 Creative Activities/Children ECE-100 Intro to Early Childhood Educ ECE-102 Health/Safety/Nutri/Yng Child ECE-110 Child Behavior Management ECE-125 Field Experience


View the complete listings online at www.lakeland.cc.il.us, request a printed schedule online or via phone at 217-234-5434. Earth Science ESC-100 Physical Geology ESC-102 Weather and Climate ESC-104 Physical Geography ESC-106 Intro Geographic Info Systems

Fire Science Technology FST-043 Building Construction FST-044 Fire Prevention FST-045 Fire Investigation I FST-081 Fire Strategy and Tactics

Economics ECO-130 The American Economy ECO-231 Principles of Econ I (Macro) ECO-232 Prin Economics II (Micro)

Foreign Language FLG-140 Elem Spanish I FLG-141 Elem Spanish II FLG-150 Beginning German I FLG-151 Beginning German II FLG-240 2nd Year Spanish I FLG-241 Second Year Spanish II

Education EDU-100 EDU-103 EDU-190 EDU-200 EDU-210

Introduction to Education Teaching/Learning W/Technology Introduction/Special Education Educational Psychology Diversity/Schools & Societies

Electronic Engineering Tech EET-040 Basic Electronics EET-048 Digital Circuits EET-050 Electric Circuits I EET-060 Computer Hardware EET-072 Industrial Control I EET-074 Supervised Occupational Exp EET-075 HMI-Human Machine Interface EET-078 Linear Electronics EET-081 Microcontroller Applications EET-086 Prog Logic Controllers I EET-087 Prog Logic Controllers II Emergency Medical Services EMS-013 CPR Healthcare Providers I EMS-023 Responding to Terrorist Acts EMS-050 Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS-058 Paramedical Services III EMS-059 Paramedical Services IV EMS-062 EMS Pharmacology EMS-066 Paramedic Skills II EMT-011 TNCC Provider Course EMT-012 Dysrhythmia EMT-021 Medical & Legal Aspects EMS EMT-024 Ethics in Prehospital Care EMT-025 ACLS Provider Course EMT-030 PALS Provider Course English ENG-005 ENG-007 ENG-050 ENG-095 ENG-098 ENG-110 ENG-111 ENG-120 ENG-121 ENG-224

Foundations in Composition Composition Skills Writing for Industry Business English Communications I Manual Comm-Deaf Advanced Signing Composition I Composition II Creative Writing–Poetry

Geography GEO-140 World Geography Geospatial Information Systems GIS-090 Intro to Geospatial Technology Health Education HED-046 Food Service Sanitation HED-047 Food Certificate Renewal-FSSM HED-102 Nutrition HED-177 First Aid Review HED-178 Responding to Emergencies HED-179 Advanced 1st Aid and CPR HED-200 Principles of Health HED-270 Community Health HED-290 Disease Processes Heat Vent Air Cond Refg HVC-060 HVACR Blueprint Reading HVC-062 Intro to HVACR Electricity HVC-064 Refrigeration I HVC-068 Air Conditioning I History HIS-150 HIS-153 HIS-155 HIS-156 HIS-250 HIS-252

History of Illinois History/Culture of Third World History of the U.S. I History of the U.S. II Western Civil to 1660 West Civil/1660-Present

Horticulture HRT-061 Woody Plants Identification HRT-066 Turf Management HRT-081 Landscape Design HRT-082 Landscape Construction & Maint HRT-092 Supervised Occupational Exp II HRT-093 Sup Occupational Exp III HRT-201 Introduction to Horticulture

English as a Second Language Esthetics EST-041 Esthetics I EST-042 Esthetics II

Human Services HSP-053 Work Experience Seminar I HSP-054 Field Experience I HSP-055 Work Experience Seminar II HSP-056 Field Experience II HSP-065 Intro to Substance Abuse HSP-101 Dynamics of Domestic Violence HSP-102 Behavior Management HSP-103 Foundations of Human Services HSP-120 Introduction to Social Work HSP-122 Social Welfare Humanities HUM-120 Myths and Legends HUM-150 Humanities Through the Arts Independent Study INS-099 Portfolio Develop INS-200 Internship/Cooperative Educ INS-299 Independent Study Industrial Maintenance IND-042 Pipefitting Procedures IND-043 Heat Vent A/C I IND-044 Fluid Power IND-046 Basic Electrical Maintenance IND-056 Pneumatic Controls IND-058 Industrial Pumps Information Technology Train IT Computer Apps Cert Int ITT-040 ITT-041 IT Computer Apps Degree Int IT Net Admin Cert Internship ITT-042 IT Net Admin Degree Int ITT-043 IT Programming Cert Int ITT-044 IT Programming Degree Int ITT-045 IT Web Technology Cert Int ITT-046 IT Web Technology Degree Int ITT-047 IT Digital Media Cert Intern ITT-048 IT Game Dev Cert Internship ITT-050 Intensive English Language Beg Reading/Vocabulary I IEL-001 Beg Grammar/Writing I IEL-003 Beg Speaking/Listening I IEL-005 IEL-007 Int Reading/Vocabulary I Int Grammar/Writing I IEL-009 Int Speaking/Listening I IEL-011 IEL-013 Adv Reading/Vocabulary I Adv Grammar/Writing I IEL-015 Adv Speaking/Listening I IEL-017 John Deere Ag Tech JDA-042 John Deere SOE II JDA-050 John Deere Engine Systems JDA-051 JD Tillage & Seeding Equipment JDA-073 JD Shop Skills & Fundamentals JDA-080 John Deere Electrical Systems JDA-087 John Deere Fuel Systems JDA-091 John Deere Hydraulics I JDA-111 John Deere Ag Software

Attention Students: Know Your Rights About Your Educational Records

Lake Land College maintains only those “Educational Records”, within the definition of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which are essential to the processes required to develop and maintain an accurate academic record for each student and to support the accounting needs and requirements for each student as they are imposed by law, state and federal regulations, and College operations.

FERPA affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records. These rights are described in the online Lake Land College Student Handbook. For more information, please visit www.lakeland.cc.il.us/studenthandbook.

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The law permits the College to make public certain “directory information” about students. It is the intention of the College to do so within the scope of regular College policies and as may be appropriate to the normal course of College business and operations. The following information is regarded to be “directory” information and some or all of it may be made public: student name, address and telephone number, email address, enrollment status, student classification, major field, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, age and/or date of birth, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, most recent previous school attended and photographs. Any student objecting to his or her directory information being made public must file notice in writing of such objections with the Admissions and Records Office by the first meeting of classes for the semester.


Fall 2012 Course Listings Journalism JOR-251 Intro to Journalistic Photo Law Enforce/Criminal Justice CJS-104 Criminal Justice Seminar & Int CJS-150 Intro/Criminal Just CJS-152 Criminal Investigation I CJS-156 Criminal Law CJS-158 Juvenile Justice CJS-160 Criminal Evidence & Procedure CJS-166 Corrections Learning Assistance Center TUT-013 Basic Memory Dynamics TUT-023 Test Taking Strategies TUT-026 Relieving Computer Anxiety Literature LIT-130 LIT-144 LIT-147 LIT-150 LIT-251 LIT-270 LIT-274

Intro to Literature Introduction to Shakespeare Introduction to Fiction Children’s Literature Amer Literature Survey II Literature/Women Bible As Literature

Machine Tool Technology MTT-050 Intro to Machining Procedures Massage Therapy MAS-055 Massage Therapy I MAS-070 Ethics for Massage Therapist MAS-075 Massage Therapy III MAS-077 Massage Clinic I MAS-085 Massage Therapy IV MAS-087 Massage Clinic II Mathematics MAT-001 Pre-Algebra MAT-005 Beginning Algebra MAT-006 Intermediate Algebra MAT-009 Geometry MAT-116 General Education Math MAT-118 Math for Elem Teachers I MAT-125 Statistics MAT-130 College Algebra MAT-132 Trigonometry MAT-140 Algebra With Trigonometry MAT-151 C Program W/Engineering Appl MAT-210 Finite Mathematics MAT-211 Math Analysis MAT-241 Analytical Geom-Calc I MAT-242 Analytical Geom-Calc II MAT-255 Linear Algebra

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Mechanical Electrical Tech MET-040 D.C. Circuits MET-042 A.C. Circuits MET-076 Supervised Occupational Exp Medical Coding Specialist MCS-040 Health Info for Professionals MCS-050 Principles of CPT Coding MCS-055 Princ. of ICD-10-CM Coding MCS-056 Credentialing/Emerging Coding MCS-060 Medical Ins Reimbursement MCS-065 Adv CPT Coding and Modifiers MCS-068 Medical Management and Ethics MCS-070 Advanced ICD-10-CM Coding MCS-075 Hospital-Med Coding Internship MCS-080 Clinic-Med Coding Internship MCS-085 Hospital Coding Cert Prep MCS-090 Clinic Coding Cert Prep MCS-091 Healthcare Statistics Military Science MSL-101 ROTC-Leadership Pers Dev

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Music MUS-104 Lake Land Community Choir MUS-150 Music in Amer History/Culture MUS-229 Understanding Music Philosophy PHI-232 World Religions PHI-270 Introduction to Philosophy PHI-280 Ethics PHI-290 Intro to Logic Physical Education PED-109 Basketball PED-112 Bowling PED-113 Advanced Bowling PED-116 Golf PED-117 Advanced Golf PED-119 Karate PED-123 Karate II PED-141 Weight Training PED-143 Aerobics PED-172 Bsc Act Elem/Sec Child PED-183 Intro to Physical Education PED-209 Aerobic Fitness PED-210 P/F Aerobic Fitness PED-219 Karate III PED-223 Karate IV PED-224 Karate V PED-225 Karate VI PED-226 Theory of Baseball PED-227 Theory of Basketball PED-243 Tech Badmntn/Tennis PED-285 Fitness for Life Physical Therapist Assistant PTA-080 Fundamentals of PTA I PTA-081 PTA Clinical Practicum I PTA-094 Fundamentals of PTA III PTA-095 Orthopedic Concepts & Appl PTA-097 PTA Clinical Practicum IV Physics PHY-110 PHY-115 PHY-130 PHY-141 PHY-239

Concepts of Physics Astronomy College Physics I University Physics II Mechanics I

Political Science POS-160 American National Government POS-162 State/Local Govern POS-264 Intro/Interntnl Rel Power Plant Technology PPT-050 Power Plant Technology I PPT-056 Power Plant Technology III Practical Nursing PNC-049 Found of Nursing PNC-050 Practical Nursing I PNC-053 Basic Pharmacology I PNC-055 Basic Pharmacology II Print Technology PMT-050 Print Technology I PMT-052 Print Technology II PMT-074 Print Technology Seminar Programmable Logic Controllers PLC-040 Fund of Instrumentation PLC-050 PLC I-Allen Bradley SLC5/0x Psychology PSY-271 Intr/Psychology PSY-273 Abnormal Psychology PSY-274 Child Development PSY-275 Psych of Maturity and Old Age PSY-277 Social Psychology PSY-278 Family Relations PSY-279 Human Dev/Life Span

Radio-TV Broadcasting RTV-070 Radio Production Lab RTV-072 Fall Sportscasting RTV-150 Introduction to Broadcasting RTV-155 Radio TV Announcing RTV-180 Basic TV Production Reading RDG-007 RDG-009 RDG-050 RDG-051

Fundamentals of Reading Essentials in Reading Reading and Study Skills I CTE Reading-Study Skills

Recreation REC-180 Leadership/Recreat Service Learning SLN-200 Community Service Short Term Study Abroad STA-200 Short Term Study Abroad Social Science SOS-050 Human Relations SOS-235 Death and Dying Sociology SOC-280 SOC-282 SOC-284 SOC-286

Introduction to Sociology Social Problems Sociology/Deviant Behavior Racial and Ethnic Groups

Speech SPE-111 SPE-200 SPE-213

Intro to Speech Communication Interpersonal Communication Intro/Group Discussion

Strategies for Success SFS-101 Strategies for Success SFS-102 Strategies for Money Mgt SFS-103 Life Strategies Technology TEC-039 Technology Seminar TEC-040 Blueprint Reading/Industry I TEC-043 Industrial Safety TEC-045 Introduction to Drafting TEC-048 Applied Shop Computations TEC-050 Technical Math I TEC-052 Technical Math II TEC-054 Technical Math III TEC-056 Technical Math IV TEC-057 Intro to Renewable Energy TEC-058 Alternative Energy TEC-060 Analytical Mechanic TEC-063 Electric Power Distribution TEC-070 Properties of Metal TEC-103 Engineering Graphics Telecommunications TEL-051 Networking Basics Welding WEL-056 WEL-057 WEL-058 WEL-059

Metal Cutting and Fabrication Welding Fundamentals Gas Metal Arc Welding I Gas Metal Arc Welding II

Wind Technology WND-040 Intro to Wind Technology


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