See where Lake Land College can take you â€“ around the world to Italy!
Learn how Lakers are at the forefront of a
manufacturing revolution with 3D printing Meet the new president of Lake Land College on page 8
President’s Message Fall 2013
ello, residents of the Lake Land College district! I’d like to take this time to formally introduce myself to each of you. My name is Josh Bullock and I am the new president of Lake Land College. My family and I are very excited to start this new chapter in our lives here in east central Illinois and I personally look forward to visiting your community and learning more about your vision for the future of Lake Land College.
Full Circle is published each semester for the students and residents of Lake Land College District #517 by Communications and Creative Services at Lake Land College, 5001 Lake Land Blvd., Mattoon, IL 61938. This magazine will introduce you to Lake Land College and provide you with resources to get started or continue your education with us. For inquiries, please contact Communications and Creative Services at 217-234-5408. On the cover is Andrew Geffs of Casey, computer aided design student. Geffs created a replica of his 1990 Ford F250 truck with 3D drawing software and printed it on Lake Land’s 3D printer.
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As you read the stories in this issue of the Full Circle, you will experience what it means to be a Lake Land College Laker. You will learn about the exceptional Lake Land alumni like Frank Brummer, on pages 2-3. On page 6, you will meet the
Lake Land is proud to be your community college and I encourage you to browse the Full Circle to see firsthand how Lake Land College can help you reach your educational and life goals. Whether your goals include pursuing a degree, taking a class or participating in a community activity, you will find our dedicated and friendly faculty and staff eager to serve you and ready to be a partner in your pathway to success. We invite you to visit us online or in person on campus. We’d like to get to know you and hope you’ll consider becoming part of the Lake Land College family.
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Brummer named Alumnus Achievement Award recipient..................................... 2-3 High School students get a jump start with LLC’s Dual Credit classes............... 4-5 LLC faculty research ................................. 6 Take a class in your community................. 7 Meet the new president.........................8-9 GED and Adult Education Center........10-11
Important Dates and Numbers........... 14 Meet Your Counselors, Student Services Hours and Trio..................................... 15 How to Pay for College....................... 16 Resources and The Center...................17 Fall 2013 Course Listings............... 18-20 1
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Although I’ve only been at Lake Land for a short time, it is evident the entire college community is fully committed to creating a meaningful and fulfilling educational experience for everyone. The welcoming and supportive environment you find at Lake Land College is indicative of the culture you find in the communities throughout Lake Land’s district.
extraordinary faculty members who are taking on research projects to expand the academic knowledge in their fields. On pages 8-9, you can learn a little bit more about me and the plan for my first year at the college. And, finally, on pages 12-13, you will see how Lake Land and its students are at the forefront of a manufacturing revolution.
Effingham County philanthropist, visionary receives Lake Land College
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s a boy growing up on a farm in rural Teutopolis, Frank Brummer’s favorite days were when something broke down. That meant he got to tinker with the machinery in order to repair it, which was, and still is, his favorite kind of work. Brummer, who was selected as the 2013 Alumnus Achievement Award recipient by Lake Land College, grew up aspiring one day to take over the family farm. But much to his chagrin, his father urged him to find work in town.
Frank Brummer, Teutopolis, was selected as the recipient of the 2013 Alumnus Achievement Award by Lake Land College.
“I didn’t do well in high school, but when I turned to Lake Land for the tools to be successful, they held me accountable and inspired me to excel in my education and reach my dreams” explained Brummer. Graduating from Lake Land College in 1977, Brummer earned a certificate
“I didn’t do well in high school, but when I turned to Lake Land for the tools to be successful, they held me accountable and inspired me to excel in my education and reach my dreams.”
in welding. He then opened a repair business in 1979, which later evolved into Farmweld, Inc. an equipment manufacturer for the pork industry.
“When I was in college, I wanted to work in the corporate world,” said Brummer. “I thought I would take my two passions – agriculture and welding – and work for a big company.” Yet, through a mentorship Brummer built with then welding instructor Joe Evans, he decided to stay local and build his own company. “I had always aspired to open my own business and Joe really urged me to do just that,” said Brummer. “I really feel like I owe my success to Lake Land College and its instructors because through them, my skill set and confidence were boosted, and that’s what inspired me to pursue my dreams.” In the decades that followed, Farmweld grew and Brummer and his business became known nationwide for his high quality products, and for using the latest technology in the manufacturing process. He and his team successfully built the Farmweld brand, which now serves customers all over the world. When the late 1990s brought the U.S. swine industry serious economic challenges,
Farmweld remained strong due to its commitment to quality products and the company’s ability to handle a variety of facility projects. In 2006, Brummer sold his business in order to more fully focus on community service. As a community leader, Brummer wanted to ensure that even though he sold Farmweld, the company would remain in Teutopolis. Today, Farmweld continues to regularly employ between 30 and 50 people where Brummer serves as a consultant to the company. Beyond his impact through Farmweld, Brummer has made a commitment to serve his community and the surrounding county to work toward improving the quality of life in the Effingham area and creating a healthier and safe community, especially for children. Brummer serves as the president of Trails Recreation Effingham County (TREC), an organization aimed at establishing trails throughout Effingham County to promote healthful living. He is also the president of the League of Illinois Bicyclists (LIB), a statewide advocacy organization dedicated to improving bicycling conditions throughout the state.
child,” said Brummer. Brummer is also very passionate about and commits time to speaking with high school students about entrepreneurship and living their dreams. He regularly donates to the Lake Land College Foundation, providing scholarships for students at the college. Brummer and his wife Kathy, along with their four children – Nicholas, 31; Bobby, 28; Anne Marie, 26; and Michael, 21 – have become world-wide travelers and enjoy regularly hosting foreign exchange students. “I’ve received so much and I feel called to pay it forward the same as Lake Land College did for me,” said Brummer.
“We want to provide bike trails and safe routes for children to ride their bikes to school. My long term dream is that schools will again have bike racks filled with bikes, like they were when I was a
As board president of Trails Recreation Effingham County (TREC), Brummer has led a dedicated group of board members and community supporters to develop a route of 30 miles of paved trails throughout the county. The trails offer free access for walkers, bikers and hikers to enjoy the beautiful scenery Effingham County has to offer. To become involved in your community or to learn more about TREC, visit: http://www.trectrails.com/. 3
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Brummer bike touring with his son, Michael, high in the mountains of Norway.
High School students in Pana and Shelbyville get a jump start on college credits
with LLC’s Dual Credit classes
ometimes college classes can be intimidating, costly or overwhelming, but for high school students in Pana and Shelbyville, they can get a taste of college without ever leaving their high school classrooms through Lake Land College’s Dual Credit Program. The Dual Credit Program offers eligible
Joshua Hicks designed this acoustic guitar in his Dual Credit Blue Print Reading and Computer Aided Design II class at Shelbyville High School. He then took the plans he drew in the Dual Credit class and used them to build the instrument in the high school’s building construction class.
high school juniors and seniors the chance to enroll in college-level courses while earning both high school and college credit, tuition free. Lake Land’s Dual Credit courses are taught by a high school teacher, who is qualified to instruct college-level classes, during the regular high school day at the high school’s facilities.
For Dakota Williamson and Joshua Hicks, both seniors at Shelbyville High School, their Dual Credit Blue Print Reading and Computer Aided Design (CAD) II class offers them a chance to create real world projects, which they said gives them a good foundation for future careers. To enroll in this second-year Dual Credit course, students must complete another Dual Credit class, CAD I and Basic Drafting, as juniors. As part of their Dual Credit classes, the boys learn the basics of building construction technology like reading blue prints, understanding building materials and the basics of construction. But to bring these skills to the next level, the students are required to then create their own floor plans, using CAD software. “After these classes, the students understand everything about building a structure from drawing plans to how to frame and finish the building,” explained Mark Munch, technology education instructor at Shelbyville High School. “And in many instances, we can use what these students have created in our building construction class to bring the projects to life.”
Such is the case for Hicks, who is also enrolled in the building construction class. For one of his assignments, he digitally drew the plans for an acoustic guitar in Blue Print Reading and CAD II and took those plans to his building construction class, where he built the instrument. “With this being a Dual Credit class, it demands more time and concentration on my part, but at the end, I am already earning college credits and I get to create cool things like my guitar,” said Hicks. “So I really enjoy it.” For students in Advanced Chemistry at Pana High School, a Dual Credit course taught by Greg Cothern, the advantages of taking the course are two-fold – they are preparing for college, already earning college-level credits and it’s one of the most fun classes at school. “I like the hands-on approach Mr. Cothern uses in this class because it helps me comprehend the information better and he teaches it more like a college-level class,” said Morgan Schoonover, a junior at Pana High School.
blow things up,” said Taylor. “Really, this class is just so much fun.” To enroll in dual credit courses, students must be juniors or seniors and initially have a high school grade point average equivalent of a C. Once a student has taken at least one dual credit course, he/she must maintain an LLC grade point average of 2.0 to continue enrollment. Students must meet all prerequisites and requirements as any other student taking classes on the Lake Land College campus would. More than 30 high schools participate in the Dual Credit Program through Lake Land College including: Altamont, Arthur-Lovington, Beecher City, Brownstown, Casey-Westfield, Charleston, Cowden-Herrick, Cumberland, Dieterich, Effingham, First Baptist Christian Academy, Kansas, Marshall, Martinsville, Mattoon, Neoga, Oakland, Okaw Valley, Pana, Paris, Pathways, Ramsey, Shelbyville, Shiloh, St. Anthony, St. Elmo, Stewardson-Strasburg, Sullivan, Teutopolis and Windsor.
According to Lexi Taylor, who is also a junior, the class goes into much more detail than many of her other classes, so she feels like she has truly mastered the material. “It’s also hard to beat having a class where your instructor regularly gets to
At right, Lexi Taylor, Pana High School junior conducts an open inquiry lab experiment with her lab partner Kylie Hrabak in Advanced Chemistry, a Dual Credit course offered through Lake Land College.
Attention: parents of high school students!! Help your
child get a jump start on earning college credits! Dual Credit classes prepare them for college at no cost to you! Ask the school’s guidance counselor about Dual Credit in your local high school today!
Take a class in your community
Lake Land College faculty members lead the way in their fields with research projects Two Lake Land College faculty members are stepping outside of the classroom and conducting two very distinct and interesting research projects in order to add to the body of academic knowledge surrounding their fields of study. To learn more about the research Stephanie Medley-Rath, sociology instructor, and Joe Tillman, renewable energy instructor/coordinator are doing, read the research synopses below.
The following classes are offered in the western region of the Lake Land College district. Scan this QR Code with your Smartphone to go directly to these course listings.
For more information call 217-562-5000
PANA Computer Information Systems Practical Software Application R 3.0 PEC 101 W 8:30 - 11:15 a.m.
English ENG-120 ENG-120-1099 ENG-121 ENG-121-30736
Composition I R 3.0 PEC Composition II R 3.0 PEC
6:30 - 9:15 p.m.
W 6:00 - 8:45 p.m.
History of the U.S. II R 3.0 PEC 105
6:30 - 9:15 p.m.
Beginning Algebra R 3.0 PEC
6:00 - 8:45 p.m.
MTR 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
105 105 0
MR 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. T 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. WF 7:00 - 12:00 p.m.
Mathematics MAT-005 MAT-005-22312
Practical Nursing PNC-049 Found of Nursing PNC-049-15582 R 6.0 PEC PNC-050 Practical Nursing I PNC-050-27615 R PEC PEC 0 PSY-274 PSY-274-7196 PSY-278 PSY-278-1412
Fall semester: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Friday Summer term: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday-Thursday; Closed Fridays
As part of a research project centering on sustainability and ecology, Joe Tillman is leading a team of student researchers to build an experimental hydroponic garden on the Lake Land College pond. “The widespread use of agricultural chemicals in rainwater runoff contributes to algae growth in many Midwestern lakes and ponds during the summer months,” explained Tillman. “This algae growth greatly reduces the water oxygen levels and can lead to large fish kills and other ecological damage.” The purpose of this research project is to develop a floating garden that will draw nutrients from the pond water to grow useful and/ or edible plants like broccoli or cauliflower. These hydroponic plants will utilize the nutrients from agricultural runoff for their growth, thus competing with the algae and minimizing its growth while improving water quality in the pond. It is believed that this method of aquaculture might be a natural and beneficial solution to algae growth. Renewable energy student, Josh Amacher of Charleston and biological sciences student Allyson Callaway, also of Charleston will assist Tillman with the project. “I’m very excited Josh approached me about this project,” said Tillman. “We have the resources and skills to add something to the body of scientific knowledge and we’re going to do just that.” Tillman also received funding from the Illinois Community College Faculty Association to help conduct this research project.
600 East First Street, Pana
Dr. Stephanie Medley-Rath is conducting a sociological study called “Reducing the Financial Burden of College – Are Open Educational Resources a Viable Option?” For this project, she is conducting a quasi-experiment on four of her introductory-level sociology classes to determine the value of Open Educational Resources (OERs), which are free, online books and materials. “OERs are gaining a lot of popularity right now in the academic environment,” said Medley-Rath. “I’m interested to see if they do in fact increase access to education for those students who might not be able to afford traditional textbooks.” Medley-Rath will evaluate how 120 students use traditional textbooks versus OERs in both online and face-to-face classes. “Conducting research is a part of my identity as a sociologist and I think using research to inform my teaching makes me a better teacher,” she said. As part of the research, students in her classes will use tablet devises in order to access OERs. This research is funded in part by two grants Medley-Rath received – one from the American Sociological Association’s Carla B. Howery Teaching Enhancement Fund and another from the Illinois Community College Faculty Association.
Western Region Center
Child Development R 3.0 PEC 103 Family Relations R 3.0 PEC 103
6:30 - 9:15 p.m.
6:30 - 9:15 p.m.
RDG-007 Fundamentals of Reading RDG-007-27402 R 2.5 PEC 101
6:00 - 8:45 p.m.
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SHELBYVILLE Speech SPE-111 SPE-111-1163
Intro to Speech Communication R 3.0 SHBV M
Fall semester begins August 22. Be sure to register by August 21!
6:30 - 9:15 p.m.
• Wednesday, July 17, 2013 • Degree- or certificate-seeking students complete placement testing at 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. with orientation following • Walk-in counseling available from 3:30 – 7 p.m.
visit us online: www.lakelandcollege.edu/westerncenter/
Meet the Seventh President of Lake Land College:
Dr. Josh Bullock
Q: When applying for the position of president, what attracted you to Lake Land College? A: There were several factors that attracted me to the presidency at Lake Land College. First, I was extremely impressed that Lake Land College was recognized by the Aspen Institute as one of the top community colleges in the nation. That is quite an honor and clearly demonstrates the college’s commitment to excellence. With that said, Illinois itself has a reputation for a strong community college system, and I was energized by the possibility of working in a state that values the benefit of a vibrant community college system. Second, the presidential profile spoke volumes of the innovative and collaborative culture at Lake Land. I have felt such a positive energy among the trustees, the staff and the community surrounding Lake Land’s entrepreneurial spirit and “student first” philosophy. Finally, my passion for environmental sustainability is clearly aligned with Lake Land’s focus in programming and operations. Lake Land’s holistic approach to energy generation and reduction is second to none, not only within Illinois but in the nation.
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Q: Could you describe your leadership style?
The Lake Land College Board of Trustees unanimously named Jonathan “Josh” Bullock as the seventh president of Lake Land College following a national search. Coming from Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac, Wis. as the vice president for strategic advancement, Bullock took office on July 1. Take some time to get to know your new Lake Land College president! 8
A: I am a firm believer in the power of people, and am perpetually amazed at what can be accomplished with a spirit of collaboration and human ingenuity. My leadership philosophy is based on the four pillars of transformational leadership. First, I feel it is extremely important to build individual and meaningful relationships with your peers, and genuinely appreciate the important role each person plays in the organization. Second, I believe in developing staff and creating a safe environment for them to learn, take calculated risks and be innovative. Most people want to be challenged in a positive way. Third, I believe in setting and pursing a clear and concise vision for the college, and aligning metrics with the goals to provide a means of measuring progress. People perform at their best when they have a sense of direction, meaning and challenge in their work. It is amazing what people can accomplish when they are inspired to achieve an attainable goal. Finally, I am very keen on the importance of integrity and leading by example. Leaders earn the trust and respect of their followers through their actions, not through their title.
Q: What are you looking forward to as you assume the role of president at Lake Land? A: I am truly looking forward to developing relationships with Lake Land’s passionate staff, dedicated students and supportive community leaders, and working together to continue the nearly 50 year tradition Lake Land has of helping students achieve academic and career success. I am excited by the opportunity to continue fostering a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, with a focus on stewardship of the public’s financial investment in the college. But, most importantly student success will remain the primary focus for all we do at Lake Land College.
Q: As president, you’ll be working very closely with other administrators and faculty members, but how do you plan to get to know the student body? How might they be able to reach out to you? A: Students are the lifeblood of an educational institution and they have a very unique and important voice in the college community. I look forward
to being out and about on campus and connecting with students on their “turf.” I also plan to schedule regular meetings with student government and club leaders to ensure they have a venue for sharing their perspectives. And, of course, I welcome students approaching me to share their kudos or concerns.
Q: How do you plan to become familiar with the communities and people within the entire Lake Land district? A: One of the things that energized me the most about joining the Lake Land team is the opportunity to work with the communities to develop positive and productive relationships on behalf of the college. I am planning to spend a good portion of my first year at the college traveling the district to meet with business and community leaders. My hope is to listen intently and learn more about their relationship with Lake Land and in what ways the college can partner in their success. I also plan to engage in community service. This is a wonderful way to meet new people and develop new friendships, while giving back to the community.
Earn a degree that will lead you to a high-paying, longterm, local career! The electricity industry is about ready to undergo some big changes throughout central Illinois. While electricity rates and consumption won’t change over the next three to five years, the demand for highly qualified employees who are looking for a long-term career will as the current workforce is set to retire very soon.
Earn a two-year associate degree as a Power Plant Mechanic or in Power Plant Technology and be on your way to a high-paying, long-term career right here in central Illinois. • The median pay for a power plant mechanic or technician is over $65,000 annually! • Local industry leaders will be hiring a new workforce to replace retirees! • Lake Land helps with internship opportunities and job placement! • Be on your way to a new career in just two years! • Scholarships are available! For more information about the Power Plant Mechanic and Power Plant Technology degrees, contact Tim VanDyke at (217) 234-5313 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The current 2002 Series GED® test
at the end of 2013!
Lake Land College’s
Lake Land College’s Adult Ed Center offers ‘two-for-one’ educational opportunity
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.
In the U.S., over 26 million adults lack a high school degree and 1.3 million young people drop out of high school each year, leading to an inability to find employment and earn sustaining wages. In fact, the areas that see the highest dropout rates are rural counties with low unemployment and high poverty rates, not unlike the Lake Land College district.
Adult Education Center 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.
Finish your exams or your scores will expire too! What you need to know: • All current GED® students should complete their GED® classes and testing before the current GED® test expires, at the end of 2013. • The current version of the GED® test, known as the 2002 Series GED® test, will be replaced with the new 2014 GED® test. • If you have taken the 2002 Series GED® test, but have not passed all five parts, you have until the end of 2013 to pass or you will need to start over again in 2014 with the new GED® test, as all GED® scores will expire too. • Visit www.finishtheged.com for more information, locate a testing center, and sign up for alerts.
• Convenient weekend classes • Internet classes • Evening classes • Eight-week classes • Early morning classes • 25 off-campus locations
For the most current list of classes visit: www.lakeland.cc.il.us/adulteducation/index.cfm For a full set of course listings and resources call: Patricia Hemmett Adult Education and Literacy Supervisor 217-235-0361 email@example.com Brian D. Haskins Transition Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org Or stop by: Lake Land College Adult Education 1617 Lake Land Blvd. in Mattoon
For more information about GED orientation or classes, call the Lake Land College Adult Education Center 217-235-0361 or 1-800-210-5541. For more information about GED testing, call the Regional Office of Education at 217-348-0151. 10
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Get started on College or your career today! Call (217) 235-0361
The Accelerating Opportunities Initiative provides an automatic pathway into a program of study at Lake Land College, which can lead to accredited, higher education credentials. This helps incorporate adult learners into the atmosphere of college life, showing them that they can succeed. The program’s goal is to offer adult students something beyond just a GED. Currently, the program offers a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certificate option and a Welding certificate option, both of which include career skills preparation, GED completion, college preparation, and oneon-one help for reaching career and academic goals.
These programs are free to qualifying individuals, and enrollment in the program is now open. For more information, contact 217-235-0361.
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GED® testing is currently scheduled at various locations and times throughout the Lake Land College district. Testing is coordinated by the Regional Office of Education.
To combat these staggering statistics, the Lake Land College Adult Education Center has implemented an Accelerating Opportunities Initiative, aimed at offering adult learners the chance to earn a GED, while at the same time, earn postsecondary credentials.
Lake Land College provides students with
ith factory closings and mass layoffs throughout the state of Illinois, the strength of the American manufacturing industry is considered by many to be a thing of the past. However, tucked away in a small classroom in Lake Land College’s West Building is a device that puts the Lake Land College Technology Division at the forefront of a manufacturing revolution. “Three-D printing is becoming much more common in the college classroom,” explained Leo Kitten, computer integrated manufacturing technology instructor. “The use of this technology offers affordable manufacturing, quick production, and accessibility to students like few other technologies out there today.” At Lake Land, students studying Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology
(CIMT) regularly use the 3D printer to bring their virtual designs to life. Using software like Autodesk Inventor, a graphics based tool that allows drafters, designers and engineers to develop products by automating complex design tasks, students in these programs design everything from model vehicles,
wind turbines and even computer tablet stands. “When students print out their designs in 3D, it gets them more motivated and interested in the skills they’ve gained as CAD designers,” said Kitten. “They can see the item they designed in real life,
While 3D printers have been around for nearly 30 years, the cost of the equipment has prohibited many educational institutions from bringing them into the classroom. However, over the last decade, the size and cost of 3D printers have become much more reasonable, which gives educational institutions the opportunity to bring them into the classroom. In fact, more than just computer aided design and manufacturing can use this tool. 3D printing has caught the attention of educators from a variety of fields including:
1. Biology and Life Sciences – These students can use objects created
in a 3D printer to study the cross sections of organs like the heart or brain.
2. Chemistry and Physics – Students in these fields could design models
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According to CAD student, David Cookson of Bethany, using the 3D printer to see his work helps him to identify issues with the design or challenging concepts from the course work.
A student sends his/her computer aided design to the 3D printer.
“When you get a three-dimensional model, it really gives you a better idea of how things will actually work in the real world rather than just on a computer screen,” said Cookson.
Advantages to using this in the classroom
illustrating molecular bonds that are responsible for chemical reactions in order to study them up-close.
3. Automotive – Automotive technicians could create replacement or modified car parts, or even parts that are no longer manufactured in a factory. 12
which helps them to better understand the concepts they learn, and therefore enhance their skillset as designers.”
4. History and Archeology – History or archeology students could create replicas of ancient artifacts for closer examination.
Outside of the classroom, 3D printing is used by many manufacturing companies to replace current prototyping methods, product testing and product development. Additionally, 3D printing has made its way into the home for hobbyist use. According to Kitten, both the cost and size of 3D printers has decreased substantially in the last decade which allows for people to use small 3D printers in the home. “Say, as a hobby, you repair classic automobiles and you can’t get the parts anymore. 3D printing will allow you to design the part and print out a functioning piece for you to use,” said Kitten. Such was the case for CAD student, Each portion of the gear box is printed separately on the 3D printer and then assembled, making it a fully functioning piece.
Andrew Geffs, Casey, virtually draws his plans for a gear box in Leo Kitten’s Computer Aided Drafting class using 3D design software.
Andrew Geffs of Casey. As a student enrolled in a Dual Credit CAD class, Geffs became interested in 3D design in high school and came to Lake Land to complete a CAD degree. While Geffs was originally interested in pursuing a career in the automotive field, he came to realize how much he enjoyed 3D design and has since married his program of study with his mechanic hobby. For a class assignment, Geffs replicated his 1990 Ford F250 truck, which he then printed in 3D. “I worked on this project for several
weeks, measuring the truck and ensuring that the ratios of my design were exactly to scale,” said Geffs. “I was able to emboss the hood and even design the license plate to match the one on my truck. It’s pretty impressive technology.”
Based on the computer drawing of the item, the 3D printer creates an object by depositing ABS plastic in very thin layers until a three dimensional object is formed. ABS plastic is the same plastic used to make Legos!
Geffs also designed a custom-built gear shifter that he currently uses in his truck. For more information about 3D printing technology or the Computer Aided Design or Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology programs at Lake Land College, contact Kitten at (217) 234-5316 or
As the plastic is deposited, each layer cures, and once the printer is complete, the item is ready to be used, painted or displayed. Printed 3D objects can be very intricate and often include multiple working parts that can be hinged together to create a functional piece.
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 Continuing Professional Development, Continuing EdVentures, Community Learning, and Summer College for Youth ........................ 234-5219 Cosmetology Clinic ........................................... 234-5300 Counseling Services .......................................... 234-5232 Special Accommodations ............................... 234-5259 TTV (Hearing Impaired) Contact: email@example.com 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
11 Bills are mailed to students 16 One Stop to Registration on campus and at Marshall 17 One Stop to Registration in Effingham and Pana
August 7 Last day to return Summer Term books without penalty 8 Fall textbook list available to print 14 Last day to return Summer Term books with penalty 15 Fall textbook pickup for special admissions programs only 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 17 Fall textbook pickup 8 a.m. to noon 19-20 Fall textbook pickup 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 21 Fall textbook pickup 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. 21 All college offices closed from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.; services resume at 10 a.m. 21 Register by this date for Fall classes 21 Extended registration hours 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Student Center 22 First day of Fall and Mod I classes 22 Late placement and registration 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 22 Extended Bookstore hours for fall textbook pickup 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 23 Late placement and registration 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 23 Fall textbook pickup 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 26-28 Extended Bookstore hours for fall textbook pickup 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 28 New student celebration/Welcome Day 28 Last day for Mod I refund or to incur no charges for the class
2 5 13 18 21
Labor Day – college closed Last day for Fall term refund or to incur no charges for Fall semester class Financial Aid applied to student accounts Mid-term Mod I No day or evening classes
1 9 15 16 22
College Career Day; No day or evening classes Last day for student withdrawal from Mod I Mid-term for Fall semester classes First day of Mod II classes Last day of refund for Mod II classes or to incur no charge for Fall semester class
Lake Land College
5001 Lake Land Blvd. • Mattoon, IL Call (217) 234-5253
Student Services Luther Student Center Office hours for Admissions and Records, Career Services and Counseling Services 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday;
Financial Aid Office ● Webb Hall
Counseling Services Appointments & Walk-in Hours
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday Evening hours available by appointment.
Appointment hours • 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and evenings upon request Walk-In hours • 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
Trio Student Support Services ● Webb Hall 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday Appointment hours • 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and evenings upon request Walk-In hours • 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
*Please note all college offices are closed each Friday through August 16, 2013.
13 Mid-term Mod II 27 No day or evening classes, staff development, college closes at 5 p.m. 28-29 Thanksgiving Recess; college closed
December 5 6 11 12-13 16-17 18 Dec. 24
Last day for student withdrawal from Fall semester and Mod II classes Last day to submit Intent to Graduate for Fall semester Last day of classes for Fall and Mod II; finals begin at 5 p.m. Final exams Final exams Last day to return textbooks without penalty by 5 p.m. Jan. 1 – College closed for Winter Break
3 Last day to return books with penalty
Envision. Educate. Engage. 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 paper, reducing our environmental footprint.
Do you dream of earning an associate degree and transferring to a four-year university, but need a little help getting there? At Lake Land College, TRiO Student Support Services is here to help you do just that! From academic support to workshops on smart money management and personal life, TRiO will work with you during your entire time at Lake Land College. To apply, visit us in Webb Hall, room 032, or on the website at lakelandcollege.edu/triosupportservices. For more information contact us at 217-234-5456 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I decided to participate in Trio because I knew the additional support was something I would need. But TRiO is just like any other student program because it offered me a way to get involved at Lake Land, beyond the classroom." Suzanne Walker, Windsor, Trio SSS graduate and EIU transfer student
Space is limited, so apply soon!
FULL circle • Spring 2013
In addition to helping you, Full Circle is just one of the steps involved in Lake Land’s FULL circle • Fall 2013
The Lake Land College academic counselors are ready to help you get started and succeed! Email email@example.com or call at 217-234-5232.
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
Meet the counselors!
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.
Financial Aid Worried about how to pay for college? Don’t be! Lake Land College is here to help! If you’re serious about attending college but need financial assistance, there are many opportunities to financially support you as you pursue your academic goals. To start this process, ALL students requesting financial aid must complete the 2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible.
Experiencing technical difficulties? The Center for Technology and Professional Development is here to help! The Center offers various support on a variety of topics for students, staff and faculty. It also offers many resources relating to technological issues in teaching and learning or general topics of interest. The Center is available for walk-in assistance any time. The Center is located in the lower level of the Virgil H. Learning Resource Center (library) on campus in Mattoon. Hours of Operation Fall/Spring Hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Summer Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact the Center Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 217-234-5439 Fax: 217-234-5384 Location: LRC Lower Level
How to Figure Your Tuition and Fees • One Credit Hour = $107.80** • One class is generally 3 credit hours –
3 x $107.80 = $323.40
• A full load of classes per semester, approximately five three-hour classes, or 15 hours total
15 x $107.80 = $1,617
• Multiply this by two semesters, which makes up an entire academic year, totaling $3,234.
Does this number seem unreachable? Think again! With a total tuition cost of $3,234 the average student, working a part-time job that pays $8.50 an hour can pay for college by working only 4.5 hours a day for 90 days. Or think of it as working half a day for three months. What do you plan to do with your summer break? *Please note this figure includes textbook rental and some individual courses and online courses may have additional fees.* **Tuition rates are subject to change, effective with the summer term.
• Apply now for Fall 2013, Spring 2014, & Summer 2014 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.
Need some one-on-one guidance?
Contact the Lake Land College Financial Aid Office at 217-234-5231 or email email@example.com.
Did you know…
Lake Land College textbook rental saves students about $1,200 a year!
not on campus, but are enrolled in an online class, give the Center a call. They are happy to help you!
Browse the Center’s website at: www.lakeland.cc.il.us/stpd/site/ to read an article, solve a technical issue with a tutorial, sign up for a workshop or gain assistance from our staff!
Save the Date for the March 5, 2014
with keynote speaker Ed Begley, Jr. When it comes to taking personal responsibility for the environment, few individuals can match the record of actor and activist Ed Begley, Jr. Known for turning up at Hollywood events on his bicycle, he serves on the boards of many organizations that promote green initiatives and a healthy planet. His work has earned awards from numerous environmental groups and he co-starred for three seasons in the hit Planet Green television series Living with Ed, a look at the day-to-day realities of “living green.” His first book, Living Like Ed, hit the streets nationally in 2008 and the second book, Ed Begley’s Guide to Sustainable Living came out in 2009.
FULL circle • Fall 2013
FULL circle • Fall 2013
2 x $1,617 =
Get ready for the upcoming academic year and fill out your 2013-2014 FAFSA!!
Attention online learners!! Even if you’re
View the complete listings online at www.lakelandcollege.edu. Request a printed schedule online or via phone at 217-234-5434.
Fall 2013 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 Principles of Crop Production 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-055 Math for Meds Anthropology ANT-200 General Anthropology Art ART-100 Drawing I ART-110 2-D Design ART-181 Intro to Film Appreciation ART-225 Ceramics I ART-240 Art and Gender ART-250 Understanding Art ART-260 Art History I Associate Degree Nursing ADN-040 Nursing I ADN-052 Nursing Process & Pharmacology ADN-076 Nursing III
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
Business BUS-056 Marketing Seminar BUS-057 Marketing Internship BUS-059 Medical Insurance and Coding BUS-061 Office Transcription BUS-062 Legal Transcription BUS-063 Medical Transcription BUS-065 Legal Terminology BUS-074 Management Seminar BUS-076 Management Internship BUS-078 Management/Marketing Capstone BUS-080 Office Technology Seminar BUS-081 Office Technology Internship BUS-082 Medical Transcript Internship BUS-083 Ofc Tech Internship-Medical BUS-084 Adv Medical Transcription BUS-085 Accounting Process BUS-086 Statistics for Bus BUS-087 Accounting Internship BUS-089 Small Business Management BUS-092 Principles of Selling BUS-094 Business Math BUS-095 Fundamentals of Accounting BUS-096 Fed Tax Accounting BUS-097 Prin/Cost Account BUS-098 Intermediate Accounting BUS-099 Computerized Accounting BUS-113 Keyboarding BUS-114 Advanced Formatting BUS-120 Business Career Development BUS-123 Notetaking BUS-134 Principles of E-Commerce BUS-141 Business Communications BUS-142 Introduction to Business BUS-151 Financial Accounting BUS-152 Managerial Accounting BUS-200 Legal Environ/Business BUS-247 Principles of Marketing BUS-251 Principles of Management BUS-281 Business Statistics BUS-287 Intro International Business BUS-290 Human Resource Management Chemistry CHM-111 Concepts of Chemistry CHM-120 Gen, Organic & Biochemistry I CHM-150 General Chemistry I CHM-151 General Chemistry II CHM-243 Organic Chemistry I CHM-253 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-049 Content Management Systems 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-086 Nanny/Family Relations 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
Earth Science ESC-100 Physical Geology ESC-102 Weather and Climate ESC-104 Physical Geography ESC-106 Intro Geographic Info Systems Economics ECO-130 The American Economy ECO-231 Principles of Econ I (Macro) ECO-232 Prin Economics II (Micro) Education EDU-100 Introduction to Education EDU-103 Teaching/Learning W/Technology EDU-190 Introduction/Special Education EDU-200 Educational Psychology EDU-210 Diversity/Schools & Societies Electronic Engineering Tech EET-040 Basic Electronics EET-048 Digital Circuits EET-050 Electric Circuits I EET-056 Electronic Design/Fabrication 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-062 EMS Pharmacology 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 Foundations in Composition ENG-007 Composition Skills ENG-050 Writing for Industry ENG-095 Business English ENG-098 Communications I ENG-110 Manual Comm-Deaf ENG-111 Advanced Signing ENG-120 Composition I ENG-121 Composition II ENG-224 Creative Writing - Poetry
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 History of Illinois HIS-153 History/Culture of Third World HIS-155 History of the U.S. I HIS-156 History of the U.S. II HIS-250 Western Civil to 1660 HIS-252 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 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-054 Trouble Shooting & Prev Maint IND-056 Pneumatic Controls IND-058 Industrial Pumps Information Technology Train ITT-040 IT Computer Apps Cert Int ITT-041 IT Computer Apps Degree Int ITT-042 IT Net Admin Cert Internship ITT-043 IT Net Admin Degree Int ITT-044 IT Programming Cert Int ITT-045 IT Programming Degree Int ITT-046 IT Web Technology Cert Int ITT-047 IT Web Technology Degree Int ITT-048 IT Digital Media Cert Intern ITT-050 IT Game Dev Cert Internship Intensive English Language IEL-001 Beg Reading/Vocabulary I IEL-003 Beg Grammar/Writing I IEL-005 Beg Speaking/Listening I IEL-007 Int Reading/Vocabulary I IEL-009 Int Grammar/Writing I IEL-011 Int Speaking/Listening I IEL-013 Adv Reading/Vocabulary I IEL-015 Adv Grammar/Writing I IEL-017 Adv Speaking/Listening I 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
English as a Second Language Esthetics EST-041 Esthetics I EST-042 Esthetics II Fire Science Technology FST-043 Building Construction FST-045 Fire Investigation I FST-046 Fire Service Safety & Survival FST-070 Fire Protection Systems FST-072 Legal Aspects of Fire Service 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 Geography GEO-140 World Geography
FULL circle • Fall 2013
FULL circle • Fall 2013
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
Building Construction Tech BCT-045 Plans and Specifications BCT-050 Construction Materials BCT-064 Construction Surveying Layout BCT-078 Architectural S.O.E.
Fall 2013 Course Listings JDA-091 John Deere Hydraulics I JDA-111 John Deere Ag Software
MUS-150 Music in Amer History/Culture MUS-229 Understanding Music
Journalism JOR-251 Intro to Journalistic Photo
Philosophy PHI-232 World Religions PHI-270 Introduction to Philosophy PHI-280 Ethics PHI-290 Intro to Logic
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 Intro to Literature LIT-147 Introduction to Fiction LIT-150 Children’s Literature LIT-274 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
FULL circle • Fall 2013
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 Principles of ICD-10CMCoding 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 Music MUS-104 Lake Land Community Choir
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 Concepts of Physics PHY-115 Astronomy PHY-130 College Physics I PHY-141 University Physics II PHY-239 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 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-082 Fall Athletic Announcing
RTV-150 Introduction to Broadcasting RTV-155 Radio TV Announcing RTV-180 Basic TV Production Reading RDG-007 Fundamentals of Reading RDG-009 Essentials in Reading RDG-050 Reading and Study Skills I RDG-051 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 Introduction to Sociology SOC-282 Social Problems SOC-284 Sociology/Deviant Behavior Speech SPE-111 Intro to Speech Communication SPE-200 Interpersonal Communication SPE-213 Intro/Group Discussion
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SPE111-30896 Intro to Speech Tue, Wed, Thu 6:45 - 7:35am Class starts August 22 Strategies for Success SFS-101 Strategies for Success SFS-102 Strategies for Money Mgt SFS-103 Life Strategies Technology TEC-006 CTE Math Skills TEC-039 Technology Seminar TEC-040 Blueprint Reading/Industry I TEC-045 Introduction to Drafting TEC-048 Applied Shop Computations TEC-050 Technical Math I TEC-052 Technical Math II TEC-053 Technical Project Management TEC-054 Technical Math III TEC-056 Technical Math IV TEC-057 Intro to Renewable Energy TEC-060 Analytical Mechanic TEC-063 Electric Power Distribution TEC-064 Bioenergy TEC-067 Smart Grid Introduction TEC-070 Properties of Metal TEC-103 Engineering Graphics Welding WEL-055 Pipefitting & Welding WEL-056 Metal Cutting and Fabrication WEL-057 Welding Fundamentals WEL-058 Gas Metal Arc Welding I WEL-059 Gas Metal Arc Welding II Wind Technology WND-040 Intro to Wind Technology