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1 Philosophy Statement for the First-year Experience at the College of Lake County We at CLC believe that the first-year experience is critically important in providing the foundation for a student s college success. The first-year experience occurs during the first half of a student s program of study. Recognizing the unique challenges facing first-year students of all ages, the college community is determined to work with students to do whatever is necessary to help them reach their educational potential. Staff, faculty and board members will do their part in: 1. Creating a safe and welcoming campus environment 2. Communicating clearly defined transition paths for career and transfer students 3. Providing high quality instruction and academic rigor 4. Engaging students in the learning process 5. Establishing positive mentoring and advising relationships with first-year students 6. Communicating college resources available to first-year students 7. Promoting inclusion and an appreciation for social and cultural diversity 8. Assisting students in becoming involved and integrated into the College of Lake County community 9. Listening to students and providing follow-up 10. Considering the unique characteristics, responsibilities and life experiences of community college students 11. Ensuring evaluation and improvement of the firstyear experience Students will do their part in: 1. Taking responsibility for their learning and education 2. Attending class and being prepared 3. Participating actively in the learning process 4. Communicating issues or concerns for early resolution 5. Seeking out resources provided by the college 6. Engaging diverse ideas and people with openness and mutual respect 7. Exploring opportunities for involvement in the College of Lake County community 8. Building relationships with faculty, staff and peers Admission Policy CLC provides a wide range of learning opportunities to meet the various educational needs of students from diverse educational backgrounds. The college welcomes all who may benefit from its courses and programs of study. An individual will be admitted to the college by completing the Student Information Form found at The college serves those who are high school graduates, others who are 18 years of age or older, and individuals under 18 years of age who meet established criteria. Admission to the college does not guarantee entrance into all courses or programs of study. Entrance into specific programs may depend on other criteria such as age, evidence of language and mathematics skills and level of education. Students taking college-level courses must demonstrate college-level competency in language and mathematics. In addition, students are required to complete specified prerequisites prior to enrollment in certain courses. The college reserves the right to limit enrollment because of space or budget restrictions, to establish selective admission requirements and to give preference to residents of Community College District #532. Please visit for a Student Admission Form. Specific requirements can be found on page 373. Admission to Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Engineering Science, Associate in Fine Arts and Associate in Arts in Teaching To qualify for unconditional admission to these programs, students must provide evidence that they have attained a certain level of knowledge in the arts and sciences through previous learning. Evidence may be provided by observing the following procedures: 1. Successfully complete the admission requirements. See pages for more information. 2. Submit either a high school transcript or a student profile report from the American College Testing (ACT) Program showing the achievement listed below: A. High school transcript showing successful completion of the following: Four years of English emphasizing written and oral communication and literature. Three years of social science emphasizing history and government. Three years of mathematics including introductory through advanced algebra, geometry, trigonometry or fundamentals of computer programming. Three years of science including laboratory science. Two years of electives from any combination of foreign language, music, vocational education or art. Up to three of the 15 required units of course work may be redistributed by deducting no more than one unit from each of the categories of social science, mathematics, science and electives and completing those units in one of the other categories. B. ACT Student Profile Report showing the completion of the high school course distribution requirements listed above or standard scores of 21 or higher for English, reading, mathematics and science reasoning. C. SAT Report showing scores of 500 or higher for verbal and mathematics College of Lake County Catalog 11

2 The Office of Admissions will consider exceptions to these procedures on an individual basis for students who have completed 30 or more semester hours of course work with grades of C or better from an accredited college or university, those with an associate degree from an accredited college or university and those who present equivalent course work or test scores. Students who are unable to provide any of the forms of information indicated above will be conditionally admitted to the degree program and will be required to complete all of the following prescribed College of Lake County courses: English: ENG 121 English Composition I Speech: CMM 121 Fundamentals of Speech Mathematics: Any mathematics course required for the A.A., A.A.T., A.S., A.E.S. or A.F.A. degree in this catalog Science: Any lab science course from the list required for an A.A., A.A.T., A.S., A.E.S. or A.F.A. degree in this catalog Social Any social science course required for an Sciences: A.A., A.A.T., A.S., A.E.S. or A.F.A. degree in this catalog Humanities: ENG 122 English Composition II or any humanities course required for an A.A., A.A.T., A.S., A.E.S. or A.F.A. degree in this catalog See pages for courses required for degrees. Please see the section on advising on page 27 of this catalog for further information. Admission to Limited Enrollment Health Career Programs Health career programs are open to a limited number of students. Computed Tomography, Dental Hygiene, Health Information Technology, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Medical Imaging, Registered Nursing and Surgical Technology students must complete a special screening procedure. Preference is given to legal residents of Community College District 532, including other community college districts with which CLC has an appropriate joint educational agreement, prior to considering out-of-district, out-of-state or international student applicants. Admission for Students Under the Age of 18 or Currently Attending High School A student under the age of 18 or currently attending high school must submit a CLC Secondary School Reference form signed by a parent and an official of the secondary school of current or last attendance. To apply, submit the following credentials to the Office of Admissions. 1. Completed CLC Student Admission Form, which can be found at 2. Completed CLC Secondary School Reference form signed by a school representative and parent. Home schooled students will have the form signed by the parent or home school representative. Admission for Students Age Enrolling in Adult Education Classes Only Students who are years of age and are enrolling in adult education classes only should submit the following credentials to the Office of Admissions: 1. Completed CLC Student Admission Form, which can be found at 2. Completed CLC Secondary School Reference form signed by a school representative and parent. Home schooled students will have the form signed by the parent or home school representative. Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit The dual enrollment and dual credit programs at CLC offer high school students opportunities to earn college credit prior to graduating from high school. Dual enrollment allows high school students to enroll in CLC s regularly scheduled classes. Dual credit courses are offered under agreements between CLC and specific local high schools. High school students should check with their high school counseling office to see if their school participates in dual credit and to see what courses are available. Students who participate in dual enrollment or dual credit must meet CLC s academic proficiencies as identified in the college catalog. Students who are concurrently enrolled in high school (public, private or homeschool) are not eligible for federal Title IV funds. For additional information, contact the Dual Credit and College Readiness department at (847) Please see the section on Associate in Applied Science Programs of Study on pages of this catalog for further information including selective admission requirements College of Lake County Catalog

3 Admission for Students Under the Age of 16 A student under 16 years of age must be judged by both the high school and the College of Lake County to possess both exceptionally high academic ability and maturity to handle the discipline and personal skills required for successful completion of college work. A student less than 16 years of age is required to submit all of the credentials outlined below to the Office of Admissions in order to enroll in credit courses: 1. Official school transcript(s) showing successful completion of the most advanced course offerings from the high school in the subject area in which the student wishes to enroll at CLC AND A letter of recommendation from the high school department outlining the student s intended course or study at CLC. Home-schooled students should submit the following credentials to the Office of Admissions: A letter from the home educator listing completed curricula AND A letter of recommendation from the home educator outlining the student s intended course of student at CLC. 2. Completed CLC Student Admission Form which can be found at 3. Completed Secondary School Reference form for students less than 16 years of age. 4. Middle school students must provide a letter from their district high school confirming that the high school cannot academically accommodate the student s needs and that the educational level needed exceeds the high school level. 5. All students must submit independent documentation of exceptional student ability through a standardized test. Acceptable standardized tests are listed on the Secondary School Reference form. In addition to providing items listed above, students must meet all course prerequisites prior to the CLC division dean s consideration. Admission of International Students International students are defined as any individual admitted into the U.S. on an F-1 student visa or issued the Form I-20 Certificate of Eligibility approved for study at CLC. International students must be at least 17 years old and have completed the equivalent of an American high school education (12 years of formal education). International students must enroll in a minimum of 12 credit hours each semester. Application deadlines are: July 1 for fall semester, November 1 for spring semester and April 1 for summer session. To apply, the following must be submitted: Completed International Student Application Completed CLC Student Admission Form, which can be found at Official, certified, English translated copy of secondary school record, indicating completion Credit evaluation of college/university transcript for transfer, if applicable Evidence of sufficient financial support, including original bank letter and affidavit of support, as necessary Passport size photo A TOEFL exam is not required for English language training. Students who submit an official minimum score of 527/197/71 (paper-based/computer-based/internetbased) will qualify for regular academic classes Completed International Student Agreement Completed International Student Transfer Form, if transferring from another U.S. institution For further information about admission requirements, contact the international admissions specialist at (847) Servicemembers Opportunity College The college has been designated a Servicemembers Opportunity College (SOC) by the Department of Defense and the American Association of Community Colleges. Servicemembers Opportunity College Associate Degree (SOCAD) student agreements are available in many different curriculums offered at the college. CLC is committed to Great Lakes Naval Base personnel and their families. The college s in-district admission policies apply to all service personnel as well as to their families. For more information on applying for a SOC agreement, contact the Servicemembers Opportunity College Representative at (847) College of Lake County Catalog 13

4 How to Enroll at CLC: Steps for New Credit Students Step 1 Complete a Student Admission Form. You may complete the form online at CLC will process the form within one business day, however, it may take up to 10 business days before you receive your official acceptance letter in the mail. Visit or call (847) for information about requirements for students under age 18 and for admission to academic programs with additional requirements. Step 2 Learn your CLC mylogin and set up your account. When your application has been processed, you will be given a CLC mylogin username and temporary password as part of the admission process. If you provided an address on your application your username and password will be ed to you. All new students will also receive an official admission letter with their login information via U.S. Mail. Your username and password will give you access to the myclc Portal, including mystudentcenter, your source for registration information, class search, adding and dropping classes, making payment, viewing your class schedule, grades, transcript and many other features. Once you have your username and temporary password, you can set up your account at myclc.clcillinois.edu. Step 3 Demonstrate that you meet proficiencies and prerequisites. CLC has established language and math (basic algebra readiness) proficiency requirements. These proficiencies are basic requirements for college-level courses. Details on how to meet these requirements are on page 374. Additionally, some courses, such as college-level math, may have other prerequisites. The prerequisites for each course are included with the course listings in class schedules and the college catalog. Step 4 Apply for financial aid and scholarships. If you are concerned about paying for college, apply for financial aid. CLC offers a complete package of financial aid options (state and federal grants, scholarships, loans and work-study). We encourage students to apply, even if they think they may not be eligible. Many factors go into determining financial aid eligibility, so don t assume you won t qualify. For information, contact the Office of Financial Aid in the B Wing on the Grayslake Campus, call (847) or visit CLC s federal financial code is Step 5 Attend a New Student Orientation (NSO) Session) If you completed high school within the last two years and have not attended any other college or university, you are required to attend an in-person NSO session, which includes an academic planning meeting with an academic advisor, a meeting with a financial aid representative and class registration assistance. Complete steps 1 through 4, and then register for an in-person NSO at If you graduated from high school more than two years ago, it is recommended that you complete the Online NSO, which can be found at Complete steps 1 through 4, and then meet with an academic advisor or counselor for assistance with course selection and registration. For information on meeting with an advisor or counselor, call (847) Step 6 Complete the Registration Process. If you did not register during a New Student Orientation, use this catalog to select your classes. Register using the student portal ( myclc at If you need personal assistance, come to the Welcome and One- Stop Center in the B Wing at the Grayslake Campus, the Student Services office at the Lakeshore Campus or the Campus and Student Support Center in Room V130 at the Southlake Campus. Have your documentation for proficiencies and prerequisites sent to the Office of Admissions, W.Washington St., Grayslake, IL Or use fax ( ) or (to For questions about proficiencies or prerequisites, call (847) For information about taking CLC placement tests, call the Testing Center at (847) College of Lake County Catalog

5 Step 7 Important Revisions! Please read. Pay Tuition and Fees by the Due Date. CLC enforces tuition payment deadlines, so it is important to make payment arrangements by your payment due date. You must pay in full or set up an installment payment plan. Financial aid students must set up an installment payment plan under the deferred option. The installment plan only goes into effect if your aid does not cover your full tuition and fee obligation. A new drop process is in effect. Veterans: Refer to the Veteran s Benefits Enrollment Form for payment plan requirements. Visit for details on drop dates and payment options. For more information about tuition payment, call (847) For information about financial aid, call (847) Step 8 Get your textbooks. CLC has a bookstore on each campus with the Grayslake Campus stocking books for all classes. Ordering online at clcbkst.com is the best way to find out pricing and availability. Orders can be picked up at any campus or shipped to your home. When buying in store, please print the Course Material List from mystudentcenter to order. Currently, over 350 titles can be rented. Information can be found on the CLC Bookstore website or by calling (847) Printed Admission Forms are available at all three CLC campuses. If you have any questions about the application process, contact Enrollment Services at or call (847) Admission Information for Non-U.S. Citizens If you are not a U.S. citizen and have questions about attending the college, contact Kimy Lopez at (847) Steps to Graduate Graduation Planning Counselors, faculty and academic advisors help students determine if they are meeting or have met the graduation requirements to earn a degree or certificate. Students may contact the Counseling, Advising and Transfer Center for more information at (847) , or in the B Wing on the Grayslake Campus. 1. Meet with an appropriate advising professional to make sure you are meeting the requirements for the catalog term you are following. 2. If you have satisfied all the degree requirements, complete a Petition for Graduation online at during the last semester of your course completion. The deadline for students completing their coursework in the fall is October 1, spring semester is February 15 and summer session is July You will receive the results of the evaluation of your petition approximately four to six weeks after the petition deadline for the term you have designated as completing your requirements. 4. A commencement ceremony is held annually in the month of May for summer/fall graduates and spring/summer candidates. Transcripts You may request an official transcript of your CLC academic record online through mystudentcenter or by mail or fax using the printable transcript request form found at At this time there is no fee for this service. However, a nominal fee might be charged for this service in the future. Transcript requests are completed within two to four working days. Requests submitted online through mystudentcenter have a faster processing time. To avoid delay, make sure all required information is provided. If you have an outstanding financial obligation to the college, your transcript will not be released until the obligation has been cleared. If you would like to pick up your transcript order instead of having it mailed, you may do so in the Welcome and One- Stop Center in the B Wing on the Grayslake Campus, during normal business hours. You must present a photo ID in order to have the transcript released. If someone is picking up the transcript on your behalf, you must include that person s name on your transcript request and that person must also present a photo ID when picking up your transcript. It is important to note that since it takes at least two business days to process your transcript request, you are advised to call the Welcome and One-Stop Center to make sure the transcript is available before arriving to pick it up College of Lake County Catalog 15

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