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A Message from Our Chairman To the Triton College Community: Autumn is upon us, with cooler weather and the welcome end of many construction projects in Chicagoland. I’m happy to report that Phase I of Triton’s Roadway and Parking Lot Improvement project was completed on time and under budget, and our traffic patterns are now back to normal. You’ll appreciate the difference the next time you drive on campus! We were able to complete this work without going to the taxpayers for additional funding and in spite of a state funding shortfall of more than $100 million since 1998. One of the strengths of Triton College is our mission, which was established collaboratively with a priority on student success and diversity and with engagement of our external constituencies. We take pride in listening and responding to our community’s needs. Challenges identified include unprepared students and decreased funding. The college is responding to these challenges by exploring opportunities to increase college readiness, including the initiative we are developing to serve at-risk students in our district. To address the state funding shortfall, we’re intentionally pursuing grant funding. Along with sound financial management and prudent spending, the college is able to continue to offer quality education and services. Other strengths identified are the college’s comprehensive curriculum, program review, and assessment processes. The evaluation of what we have in place guides us to where we need to go, and as a result, we’re rolling out an aggressive new program development plan. Through strategic planning utilizing economic modeling in our region, our plan is geared to make our students employable in up-and-coming fields that show increased job growth. The Board of Trustees and I have committed up to $5 million over the next few years for this program development in response to the workforce demands in our community. After welcoming our accreditation visit by the Higher Learning Commission on October 21-23, we have been immersed in self-evaluation. You can read more about accreditation and the HLC visit within this issue. The completion of a self-study has given us pause to reflect on the many accomplishments at Triton over the past seven years of accreditation, identifying strengths as well as opportunities for growth. If you have any suggestions, I’d love to receive them, and I look forward to hearing how Triton College can serve you. Please feel free to contact me through the Triton College Office of the President at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3201, or email me at


21st Annual

Foundation President’s Reception Honoring

Mary Jo Schuler

Board Member, Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation

Nov. 13, 2013, 6 p.m. Triton College Student Center Building 2000 Fifth Ave. River Grove, IL 60171

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This Issue Speaking of Student Success......... 2 Fall Family Fun Fest .........................3 Did You Know?............................... 3 Financial Aid Advice....................... 4

Best regards,

Program Spotlight.......................... 5

Mark R. Stephens, Chairman, Triton College Board of Trustees

Alumni News .................................. 6 Allied Health Sessions.....................7 Dates to Remember....................... 8

Speaking of Student Success… Supporting students’ ESL studies with Academic Bridge Program to learn and improve their English language skills. In 2012, 30 students were displaced after testing out of Triton’s grant-funded ESL program; the Academic Bridge Program, based out of the Adult Education Department, serves as an option for these students.

What does an ideal community look like? Is it safe for families to raise children? Does it have parks, walkways and accessible transportation? Are the facilities easy to access? Is it sustainable? These and many other questions have gone through the minds of students involved in Triton College’s Community Rehabilitation Project. The project is the third phase of Triton’s Academic Bridge Program, which is a series of projects to help English as a Second Language (ESL) students who’ve either completed their ESL studies at Triton and/or students who’ve tested out of the ESL program without completing the program who’d like to continue

“The program’s intent is two-fold: The students are exposed to the reading and writing requirements of Triton College, which in turn prepares them for the demands of writing across the curriculum,” said Dean of Adult Education Virginia Cabasa-Hess. The program teaches students by providing opportunities to utilize the English language through projects, including presenting a debate on controversial topics and researching and reciting poetry in the student’s original language and in English. With the Community Rehabilitation Project, students were assigned 100 acres of a dying community to think of ways to make it more affordable, livable and sustainable by incorporating indigenous materials from their country of origin.

“This project is a culmination of the student’s research on sustainability,” Dr. Cabasa-Hess said. “It is helping them to improve fluency by using the English language to describe their designed communities to others.” Student Amal Arhda’s project, called “Eureka,” meaning “to find a solution,” was a community that was “inviting, exuberant and ideal for newly married couples and singles.” She envisioned solar paneled units, rustic architecture and a glass mall. She also implemented the materials fish bone and compressed fish scales from her native country Morocco into her community. Arhda enjoyed her time in the program. “This program has helped all of us in so many ways,“ she said. “It has opened up my creative side and improved my reading and writing skills.” For more information about the Academic Bridge Program, contact Dr. Virginia CabasaHess at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3259 or 3513, or e-mail


Have you had a chance to discover Triton? On Nov. 6, Triton College will give prospective students a peek into several of its many, many programs with its exploratory event Discover Triton: Explore Your Opportunities. The three-part series provides students with the opportunity to talk to faculty, tour classrooms and labs and receive information on registration and how to apply for financial aid to put them on track to pursuing their education. From 6 to 7:30 p.m., as the second installment of the series, Triton’s School of Health Careers will be explored, highlighting such programs as Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Radiology, Nursing, Surgical Technology, Nuclear Medicine and more. The free event will be held in Room B-130A&B of the Student Center (B Building). Reservations are required by calling (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130, or e-mailing For more information, visit Next session: The School of Arts and Sciences, including such programs as Architecture, Education, Behavioral Science, Visual, Performing & Communication Arts and more, will be highlighted from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, in Room B-130A&B of the Student Center (B Building). Reservations are required! 2 Enroll Today! 708.456.0300 or

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Fall Famsitly Fun Fe

Triton College offers a free literacy program! Triton College’s Adult Education Department offers the Access to Literacy Program, which is a statefunded program to help adults improve their basic reading, writing and computing skills. Ran by trained volunteer tutors, students receive one-onone help and small group tutoring sessions that aid in their learning. Recently, the program expanded to include Access to Spanish Literacy for Spanishspeaking individuals with some understanding of the English language who would like to improve their English language proficiency. Both programs are free to the public. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3978.

PROUD to be an

accredited institution Triton College has been recognized as an accredited institution over the last seven years by the Higher Learning Commission. But just what does it mean to be accredited and why is it important to Triton? Accreditation is a process to distinguish quality educational institutions. Being accredited is important for Triton College to fulfill its mission of student success, as it provides opportunity for state and federal funding and financial assistance for students that otherwise would not be available to Triton College as well as encourages the Triton community to continue improving on all organizational levels, while also assuring the public and employers that Triton’s students receive a quality education.

Having a ball at Fall Family Fun Fest Fall Family Fun Fest put children and their families to the test with new activities this year, including Zumba demonstrations and an obstacle course, while still presenting its plethora of educational and fun, fall-inspired activities that the fest is known for – from the straw maze to the sweet treats prepared by Triton’s Hospitality Department, and especially the friendly community atmosphere. Check out photos from Fall Family Fun Fest at: *Please note this photo album does not include photos taken at the Fall Family Portraits station.

Triton College Foundation invites you to the

Featuring the culinary talents of Triton’s Hospitality students and local restaurants. Triton College Student Center (B Building, West Campus) 2000 Fifth Ave., River Grove, Illinois

21st Annual

President’s Reception

Tickets: $60 per person Table of Eight: $440 ($55 per person table discount)


Mary Jo Schuler

Sponsorship opportunities and ad book reservations also are available. Donations of silent auction items are appreciated.

Board Member of the Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation

Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013 Reception begins at 6 p.m.

To learn more about the Higher Learning Commission and accreditation, visit


For details, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3758, or send an e-mail to


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From artwork to musical and theater performances to laser shows, Triton College provides a host of reasons to visit its campus. Triton’s Cernan Earth and Space Center and Visual, Performing and Communication Arts Department will entertain audiences of all ages throughout the fall and into the winter. In the Triton College Art Gallery, the Berwyn Art League returns with new works by member artists through Nov. 22. The Berwyn Art League will have an eclectic mix of their best paintings, photography, drawings and other media created over the past year in the art

gallery, located in the J Building. A closing reception is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 22 in the gallery. The art gallery is open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays and 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and is open free to the public. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3589 or visit

Triton’s musical performances will kick off with the Wind Ensemble program at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28. In December, the annual Winter Band Concert returns with music devoted to holiday selections at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 16. All concerts are free and will take place in the Performing Arts Center of the Robert M. Collins Center. Visit for details.


Visit Triton’s campus for an entertaining night out!


by David Lindsay-Abaire

For a night of theater, the Triton College Performing Arts Department begins its season with “Fuddy Meers” by David Lindsay-Abaire, which tells the story of an amnesiac, Claire, who awakens each morning as a blank slate on which her husband and teenage son must imprint the facts of her life. Mayhem ensues when one morning Claire is abducted by a limping, lisping man who claims her husband wants to kill her. The comical production runs Nov. 15-17 and 21-24 at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays in the Cox Auditorium (Room J-108) of the Fine Arts Building. Tickets are $12 for general ad-

mission and $10 for students, Triton employees and seniors. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 6932 or visit The Cernan Earth and Space Center will take audiences on a journey into space with various shows available at 7:30 and 9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 2 and 3 p.m. on Sundays through Oct. 27 and from Nov. 1 through Dec. 1. Visit for the latest schedule of shows.

Get an early start on applying for financial aid!

According to Triton College’s Financial Aid Office, it’s never too early to begin applying for financial aid. In fact, it’s best to start early, said Tasha Coleman, coordinator of Intake Services in the Financial Aid Office (B-216W), as there is limited funding on certain grants. Here are steps you can take now to find out if you qualify for financial assistance for your college education and how Triton College can help along the way: February 2012 needed • Gather the appropriate documents to apply for financial aid. Several personal documents will be needed, such as your So-

cial Security number, driver’s license number and federal tax information. Having this information readily available will help expedite the process in filling out the necessary forms. • Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form. The FAFSA can be completed online ( or in Triton’s Financial Aid Office. The form requires personal information to determine the student’s eligibility for federal and state grants, Federal Stafford Loans and Federal Work Study. Students should be sure to enter Triton College’s school code (001773) when asked which colleges they would like their FAFSA information to be sent to. • Submit an official copy of your high school/GED transcript. These documents should be turned into the Triton College Admission and Records Office. Students should note that if they haven’t completed an Application for Admission to Triton College, they can do so at

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The preferred filing date is March 1, 2014, for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year. Coleman notes that once the necessary documents are reviewed, additional documentation may be requested before financial aid applications can be processed. Learn more at or call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3155 or e-mail To learn about educational benefits for veterans at Triton, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3651 or 3531. HELPING FINANCE YOUR EDUCATION The Triton College Foundation offers numerous scholarships for students to take advantage of in pursuit of their education. The next deadline for scholarships is Feb. 1, 2014. Visit to learn more about the Foundation’s scholarships, or contact the Foundation office at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3019 or the Scholarship Office at Ext. 3616.

Program Spotlight ‘Cloud’ around with new courses in Triton’s CIS program tion to market their product or service and promote their brand,” he said. “Home and small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and employees of local villages and chamber of commerce groups responsible for updating the website and social media pages can benefit from these courses.”

Triton College’s Computer Information Systems (CIS) program is uploading new courses to its curriculum and modifying others to reflect the ever-evolving technological world. CIS Coordinator Mike McGuire said many of the new courses to be offered spring 2014 incorporate marketing into its lessons, as more businesses and organizations look for employees who are knowledgeable about the Internet, particularly social media. “There are a lot of businesses who are turning to social media and search engine optimiza-

New courses include learning to work with search engine optimization, which can affect the visibility of a website or webpage in search engines, like Google; social media for businesses – very different from using social media for personal pages, McGuire said; and virtualization with VMware, which allows you to consolidate hardware and run multiple operating systems and applications on a single computer.

“These are really powerful tools for students to have in their back pockets that will make them highly desirable to employers in the telecommunications, networking, programming and the web industries,” he said. Complementing these courses, the CIS program also offers courses in cloud computing (the ability to run a program on many connected computers at the same time) and building mobile apps, which will be revised for the next semester.

For more information about Triton’s CIS program, contact Mike McGuire at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3349, or at, or visit

Future Focus college fair showcased options for higher education The overwhelming turnout at Triton College’s Future Focus college fair proved higher education remains an important path for individuals seeking a successful future. About 1,700 college prospects composed of high school students and college students looking to transfer attended the 36th annual fair on Sept. 24 in Triton’s Robert M. Collins Center, where representatives from more than 100 colleges and universities around the nation, including Triton College, had information readily available.

“This is a great opportunity for students to meet with representatives to talk about their higher education endeavors,” said Izabela Zurawska, director of Admissions. “In addition,

students and their parents were able to learn about transfer options, financial aid and scholarships offered at Triton through informational sessions held throughout the evening.” Imani Stines, 16, was joined by her mother Torkessa McCottry at the event. “My mom always tells me to take opportunities to research colleges when they are available,” said the Oak Park-River Forest High School junior. “I’m seeing a lot of colleges I never knew existed. I’m getting a lot of information.” “This is a great atmosphere for her to be in,” McCottry said. “It’s getting her into the right frame of mind to prepare for college.” Fourteen-year-old Amir Supikhodjaev, a sophomore at Oak Park-River Forest High School, already knows what he’d like to study in college – aviation. So his goal was to find colleges that offer the program. “I like that the colleges are all in one place, so I can compare,” he said. His mother, Feruza Supikhodjaeva, added, “Aside from that, this fair is giving him experience with talking to college representatives and learning what he can handle when it comes to college courses.”

Dominican University representative Reuben L. Burnley said, “It’s never too early for high school students to begin thinking about college, and this fair provides an ideal opportunity to discover their options among some of the top colleges in the Midwest.” Mike Hryndza, a representative for the University of South Alabama, touted the university’s “southern hospitality” and out-of-state tuition costs to prospective students, stating it ranges from $23,000 to $27,000 per year. “We have a lot to offer students, but this fair February 2012 is all about students finding the right fit, the right college for them,” he said.

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Keeping up with Triton’s alumni Alumni Relations Office welcomes council members of the new Alumni Association Triton College’s Alumni Association recently welcomed its new and first council members to the organization. The purpose of the association is to foster and encourage lifelong connections between alumni and Triton College through programs and initiatives that serve alumni and engage them in the future success of Triton. The council of alumni from varying

graduation years, degree programs, industries and communities will provide guidance and oversight for the activities of the Alumni Association. You can meet the 2013 Alumni Association council members at To join, contact the Alumni Relations Office at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3960, or visit

Triton College’s Automotive Technology program will hold a series of open houses for prospective students interested in learning what the college’s NATEF-certified program has to offer, including information about its sponsorship with General Motors Corp. and AC Delco. Open House Dates:

Oct. 29 and Nov. 20, 2013; Feb. 13 and March 13, 2014 Each event begins at 7 p.m. in Room T-154 of the Industrial Careers Building (T Building). Call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3453 or visit for more information.

10 ways to contribute to Triton’s 50th Anniversary celebration The year 2014 marks Triton’s 50th Anniversary of when it became a recognized institution for higher educa1964-2014 tion. Preparing for the milestone, the college would like to get YOU involved with the planning. Here are the top 10 ways you can contribute to Triton’s anniversary celebration: 10. Join a planning committee. Get in on the ground floor of the planning for Triton’s 50th Anniversary by joining a planning committee. The committees include a Steering Committee and two sub-committees: Events and Marketing. 9. Donate Triton memorabilia. Have an old Triton publication, T-shirt, athletic uniform, or even photos? Donate or loan them to Triton for the 50th, as we compile items that will be used for an exhibit.

8. Visit our 50th Anniversary webpage. Triton’s 50th Anniversary webpage ( will be updated regularly to provide you with news and event information planned for the yearlong celebration. So keep checking back! 7. Share your ideas for the 50th celebration. You don’t have to join a planning committee to share your ideas. Contact Triton with any ideas you may have to recognize our 50th to consider. 6. Share your memories of Triton. Remember when…? Triton would like to reminisce with you. Share your stories of Triton on our 50th Anniversary webpage, which may be used in publications and marketing materials for the celebration. 5. Follow Triton’s 50th Anniversary Facebook page. Aside from the webpage, Triton also has a 50th Anniversary Facebook page ( where you can interact with the college and others about the big milestone. 4. Make plans to attend events set for Triton’s 50th Anniversary. Don’t miss out on one of the biggest celebrations to hit the

Foundation Corner Triton College Foundation is on Facebook! The Triton College Foundation, an extension of the college responsible for raising funds to support student success, taken to soFebruaryhas 2012 cial media with a new Facebook page. The Foundation intends to update the page with

scholarship opportunities for students and upcoming events and initiatives that align with the organization’s mission. “Like” the Foundation’s Facebook page at

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area! Now’s the time to save-the-date for events to celebrate the institution’s 50th Anniversary. 3. Volunteer your time at any of Triton’s events. With plentiful events to celebrate the year comes plentiful chances to give of your time and volunteer. Individuals will be needed to set up and take down, greet guests and run tables at all events. 2. Donate funds. You can also give to the 50th Anniversary through monetary donations that will be used for student scholarships. 1. Spread the word. Tell your friends and family. Tell your neighbors and coworkers. You can even shout it from a rooftop. Just be sure to spread the word that Triton College – your community college – is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and hopes you’ll contribute to the festivities! To volunteer, share your ideas or to donate items, contact Susan Page by e-mailing or calling (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3201.

Honoring Triton’s educational partners Triton College’s partnerships with area K-12 institutions and four-year universities were recognized at a reception on Aug. 6 that brought together fellow educators with a shared commitment to student success. While an opportunity to show gratitude to its educational partners, the annual event also serves as a chance to spark dialogue on new opportunities to establish and strengthen existing partnerships. Attendees at the Salute to Partnerships reception represented such educational institutions as Rhodes School, Walther Christian Academy, Trinity High School, Union Ridge School, Leyden High Schools, Mannheim Middle School, National Louis University, Dominican University, Southern Illinois University, Benedictine University, Governors State University and Eastern Illinois University. “This is a wonderful way to kick off a new academic year,” said Triton College President Patricia Granados. “Bringing our educational partners together to celebrate and discuss ways of extending our collaborative work toward student success is something we always look forward to.” Dr. Kennedi Strickland-Dixon, director of Special Education for School District 89, commends Triton for providing resources to high school students to afford them the opportunity to prepare for college-level coursework, including dual credit classes. “Triton College provides an academic roadmap for students to achieve their education,” she said. The next step, she added, should be to connect the parents of current and prospective students to resources available on campus, such as the Career Services Center and English as a Second Language courses, which can in turn help and even inspire their families and the community to seek out Triton. Dr. Nick Polyak attended the reception as the new superintendent of Leyden High Schools. He was interested in learning more about the high schools’ connection to the college. “Triton is a wonderful option for our students,” he said. “They offer great programming and I’m looking forward to coming up with new ways to showcase their offerings to students.”

Learn what you’ll need to get started in any one of Triton’s Allied Health programs by attending an upcoming information session. The sessions will include information on program prerequisites and sample course planning: Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Degree • Nov. 5, 4 p.m., G-118 • Feb. 11, 2014, 4 p.m., G-118 • April 23, 2014, 4 p.m., G-118 • May 6, 2014, 4 p.m., G-118 Coordinator Debra Krukowski, (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3979, Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Certificate Contact Coordinator Debra Krukowski for more information. Nuclear Medicine (NUM) Degree • Jan. 16, 2014, 3 p.m., F-107 • March 12, 2014, 4 p.m., F-107 • May 5, 2014, 4 p.m., F-107 Coordinator Susan Campos, (708) 4560300, Ext. 3655, Ophthalmic Technology (OPH) Degree • Dec. 2, 4 p.m., G-209 • Feb. 12, 2014, 5 p.m., G-209 • April 9, 2014, 5 p.m., G-209 Coordinator Debra Baker, (708) 4560300, Ext. 3442,

Awarding excellence at Triton Two Triton College employees are recipients of the 2013 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Awards. Debra Baker, coordinator of Triton’s Ophthalmic Technology program, and Jacquelyn Werner, student success strategist, were awarded for their commitment and contributions to higher education.

Jacquelyn Werner

New faculty members contribute to Triton’s mission of student success

Radiologic Technology (RAS) Degree • Jan. 16, 2014, 1 p.m., F-110 • March 12, 2014, 3 p.m., F-110 • May 7, 2014, 3 p.m., F-110 Coordinator Pamela Harmon, (708) 4560300, Ext. 3980, Surgical Technology (SRT) Certificate • Oct. 29, 10 a.m., G-205 • Feb. 20, 2014, 1 p.m., G-205 • April 30, 2014, 1 p.m., G-205 Coordinator Natasha Morris, (708) 4560300, Ext. 3563,

New faculty come to Triton College this fall eager to educate, guide and encourage students to achieve their goals in the classroom and in their lives. The new faculty members are JoAnn Cho, Music; Tina Swiniarski and Roseanne Feltman, Developmental Education Math; Geoff Hiller, Accounting; Andrea Blaylock, Engineering Technology; Daniele Manni, Philosophy; Archawee Dhamavasi, Speech; Keturah Landrum Haferkamp, Rhetoric; Kritka Pershad, Microbiology; and counselors Nathan Savage and Hector Zavala.

Nursing (NUR) • Nov. 5, 9 a.m., T-106 • Feb. 5, 2014, 2 p.m., TBD • April 3, 2014, 9 a.m., TBD Nursing applicants who have completed all prerequisites, have documentation on file at Triton and have completed the survey on the student portal will be conFebruary 2012 Call (708) 456sidered for admission. 0300, Ext. 3652 for more information.


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Dates to Remember... Nov. 1

Triton Tip-Off Classic: Trojans Men’s Basketball, Triton vs. Kirtland (Mich.), 7 p.m., Robert M. Collins Center Gymnasium. Visit for more information. $

Nov. 2

Trojans Women’s Basketball, Triton vs. Kirtland (Mich.), 3 p.m., Robert M. Collins Center Gymnasium. Visit for more information.

Nov. 2

Triton Tip-Off Classic: Trojans Men’s Basketball, Triton vs. Lansing (Mich.), 7 p.m., Robert M. Collins Center Gymnasium. Visit for more information. $

Nov. 6

Discover Triton: Health Careers, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Student Center, Room B-130A. Registration is required by calling (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130 or e-mailing

Nov. 9

Trojans Women’s Basketball vs. Kankakee, 1 p.m., Robert M. Collins Center Gymnasium. Visit for more information.

Nov. 13

21st Annual Foundation President’s Reception, 6 p.m., Student Center. $

Nov. 26

Job Club Meeting, 11 a.m., Student Center, Room B-140. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3789.


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