Lake Bluff Police Department-
Accepting Applications!


Application Deadline is Wednesday, December 14, 2022, at 4:00 p.m.


Starting Salary: $79,091
Salary after Probation Period: $87,869


How to Apply:
• Purchase and complete your application at https://iosolutions.com by the application deadline
• Submit all supporting documentation by the application deadline


Police Officer Minimum Requirements:
• $25 non-refundable application fee
• U.S. citizenship
• Valid Illinois driver’s license with a good driving history
• Must be 21-35 years of age unless exempt under 65 ILCS 5/10-2.1-6
• Must have at least 60 credit hours or an Associate’s Degree from an accredited college/university
• No criminal record
• Must have excellent moral character
• Vision correctable to 20/20
• FOID Card eligible at time of hire
• Applicants must hold a valid POWER Card issued within 12 months prior to application deadline (December 14, 2022). POWER Cards are considered valid if dated 12/14/2021 – 12/14/2022.


Orientation and Testing Information:
Your exam will be offered electronically, and you will take the exam in your own home. There will be multiple sessions offered and each will be proctored virtually. Testing will be offered during business hours within the week of January 16th - it is your responsibility to ensure you have the flexibility to test during these times. In early January, you will receive an email with instructions on how to schedule and prepare for the exam. Please read through the instructions carefully before your exam date. Failure to follow the steps outlined may cause the electronic exam to not work properly, potentially resulting in your removal from the testing session. For additional information on what is required for the virtual testing click here.


Hiring Process:
The hiring process will consist of a Written Examination, Oral Examination, Psychological Test, Polygraph Test, Background Investigation and Medical Examination.
All applicants must pass all elements of the hiring process to be eligible for employment. Any person failing or not completing any portion of the hiring process will not be permitted to retest or reapply. The final eligibility list is schedule to be prepared within 120 days of the written test.

The Hinsdale Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer!

 

Applications are available at iosolutions.com until November 29, 2022
Starting Salary: $73,854.46 Lateral Salary: up to $92,406


You must meet the following minimum requirements:
• $35.00 non-refundable application fee
• United States Citizen or must have applied for and have a current pending application (documentation required)
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college by application deadline
• No tattoos that are visible in whole or in any part while wearing any form of the required uniform or apparel
• Valid driver’s license
• Not have been convicted of a felony, a crime of moral turpitude, or any misdemeanor specifically listed in Section 10-2.1-6 of the Act, 65 ILCS 5/10-2.16 as amended
• Not be a habitual user of illegal narcotics or drugs or intoxicating beverages or be an illegal gambler
• Not be physically or mentally unable to perform the duties of the position of police officer
• A candidate must not be found to be lacking in any of the established requirements or special standards specifically established in the Rules and Regulations of the Hinsdale Board of Fire and Police Commissioners
• Must be at least 20 years of age at time of application and less than 35 years at time of appointment, unless the candidate qualifies for an exemption as a veteran and/or police officer as provided by state statutes
• Possess proof of passing the IL Training and Standards Board Police Officer Wellness Evaluation Report (POWER) test within 12 months prior to the application deadline. Will be considered valid if dated 11/29/2021 – 11/29/2022.


Testing Information:


You must attend one of the following testing sessions:
1. In person session, Saturday, January 14, 2022. Testing will be at a location in or near Hinsdale, IL. Full details will be provided to eligible candidates at a later date.
2. Virtual testing session the week of January 9, 2022. All sessions will be offered electronically during business hours, and you will take the exam in your own home. Exact dates and times for the virtual testing session will be determined at a later date. In late-December, you will receive an email with instructions on how to schedule and prepare for the exam.


Visit iosolutions.com to obtain an application for the Hinsdale Police Department. Contact IOS Recruitment at 800-343-HIRE or [email protected] with any questions.


The Village of Hinsdale is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment in a manner that violated applicable laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. It is the policy of the Village of Hinsdale to prohibit discrimination of any type and to afford equal opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, genetic information, military status, unfavorable discharge for military service as defined by state law, sexual orientation, order of protection status, and disability (physical or mental handicap)-except for bona fide occupational qualifications.

INA, Ill. (September 12, 2022) — Do you enjoy spending your free time aiming for high scores, getting lost in a virtual world, or using strategy to win in video games? Rend Lake College students now have the opportunity to take their video game passion and compete with the new eSports Gaming Team.


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"We have a lot of different ways for students to show off their video gaming skills," said RLC eSports Coach mark Jornd. "We need players from all different types of games to create a strong club. Students joining can expect to play various video games. Some students may play this game or that game. So it is nice to have players covering all gaming areas." 

"I think this is a great opportunity for students to socialize and share common interests," said Jornd. "I have been playing videos myself since the days of Pong, and I know how rewarding it can be to meet up with others who play the same games as you." 

The club is not yet NJCAAE sanctioned, but Jornd believes it could be on the horizon with some interest in the program. "We planned pre-covid but had to shut it down," Jornd said. "Now that we are back, we have seen some interest in the program but could still use some more gamers if we want to be serious competitors." 

How to Sign Up

Students of RLC that enjoy video games on a leisurely or competitive basis are encouraged to sign up for the club. They can complete the form at rlc.edu/esports while logged into their warriormail account. Over 30 students have already signed up to be a part of the eSports club. "With more people in the club, we can bring that much more experience to competitions," Jornd said. "It will allow us to have experts in all different types of games."

If you have any questions, please contact Mark Jornd at[email protected].

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Summer Term 2023 

Seats are available in these summer courses. Just 8 weeks in the summer! Take advantage!

Summer 2023 Schedule

ProgramCourse IDSectionCourse NameCreditsTimeDay(s)LocationInstructorStartsEnds
AGRICULTUREAGRI 121001SUPERVISED OCCUP EXPERIENCE420:00-20:01OOFF 00JONES06/03/202407/26/2024
AGRICULTUREAGRI 221001SUPERVISED OCCUP EXPERIENCE420:00-20:01OATC 202JONES06/03/202407/26/2024
ALLIED HEALTHALH 120301CAREER EXPLORATION IN HEALTHCARE108:00-13:00TONLINE WEB1ROBINSON05/04/202407/26/2024
ANTHROPOLOGYANTH 1101N1CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY303:00-03:30HONLINE WEB2POLICH06/03/202407/26/2024
BIOLOGYBIO 1100Y1COLLEGE BIOLOGY FOR NON-MAJORS4HYBRIDGUNTER06/03/202407/26/2024
BIOLOGYBIO 1100Y1Face-To-Face Meetings409:00-16:00HSCI 116GUNTER06/03/202407/26/2024
BOTANYBOT 1101Y1PLANTS AND SOCIETY4FHYBRIDGUNTER06/03/202407/26/2024
BOTANYBOT 1101Y1Face-To-Face Meetings 6/5 - 7/24409:00-16:00WSCI 116GUNTER06/03/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1101N1INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS303:00-03:01TONLINE WEB1WALTERS06/03/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202N1EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS102:00-02:01WONLINE WEB1WILSON06/03/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202N1EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS102:00-02:01WATC 165ODUM06/03/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y41EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS113:00-16:00MONLINE WEB1WILSON06/03/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y41EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS103:00-03:01TATC 165WILSON06/03/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y41EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS113:00-16:00MONLINE WEB1ODUM06/03/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y41EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS103:00-03:01TONLINE WEB2ODUM06/03/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y41EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS102:30-02:31HATC 176WILSON05/04/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y41EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS113:00-16:00MONLINE WEB2WILSON05/04/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y41EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS102:30-02:31HATC 176ODUM05/04/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y41EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS113:00-16:00MONLINE WEB2ODUM05/04/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y42EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS102:30-02:31HATC 176WILSON05/04/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y42EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS113:00-16:00MONLINE WEB2WILSON05/04/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y42EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS102:30-02:31HATC 176ODUM05/04/202407/26/2024
BUSINESSBUSI 1202Y42EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS113:00-16:00MONLINE WEB1ODUM05/04/202407/26/2024
CHEMISTRYCHE 1101Y1GENERAL CHEMISTRY I5FHYBRIDSANDROCK06/03/202407/26/2024
CHEMISTRYCHE 1101Y1Face-To-Face Meetings 6/13 - 7/25510:00-16:00HSCI 108SANDROCK06/03/202407/26/2024
CNA-BASIC NURSING ASSISTANTCNA 1201D1CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTING708:30-14:30TWHRL3 343STAFF05/29/202408/01/2024
CNA-BASIC NURSING ASSISTANTCNA 1201DMCERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTING708:30-14:30TWHONLINE WEB1STAFF05/29/202408/01/2024
CONTINUING EDCNTED 1600L96FOOD, NUTRITION, AND HEALTH1.504:00-04:01OATC 176ODUM05/04/202407/26/2024
CONTINUING EDCNTED 162101HEALTHCARE PREP0.509:00-12:00MONLINE WEB4ROBINSON05/04/202407/26/2024
COMMUNICATIONSCOMM 1101N1PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE SPEAKING303:00-03:30HONLINE WEB2BAILEY-SMITH06/03/202407/26/2024
COMMUNICATIONSCOMM 1101 Y1PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE SPEAKING302:30-03:00FHYBRIDBAILEY-SMITH06/03/202407/26/2024
COMMUNICATIONSCOMM 1101 Y1Face-To-Face Meetings 6/20 - 7/25317:30-20:20THSCI 132BAILEY-SMITH06/03/202407/26/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III812:30-16:00TRL3 338BUTLER05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 347BUTLER05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL4 408BUTLER05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III812:30-16:00TRL3 338MITCHELL05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 347MITCHELL05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL4 408MITCHELL05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III812:30-16:00TRL3 338WALLER05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 347WALLER05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL4 408WALLER05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III812:30-16:00TRL3 338SWALLERS05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 347SWALLERS05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 376SWALLERS05/14/202407/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III812:30-16:00TRL4 408BUTLER05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 338BUTLER05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-10:20WRL3 376BUTLER05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III812:30-16:00TRL4 408MITCHELL05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 338MITCHELL05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-10:20WRL3 376MITCHELL05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III812:30-16:00TRL4 408WALLER05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 338WALLER05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-10:20WRL3 376WALLER05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III812:30-16:00TRL4 408SWALLERS05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-16:00WRL3 338SWALLERS05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1205MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY CLINIC III808:30-10:20WOFFSIT 00SWALLERS05/14/202307/17/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1206MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY INTERNSHIP108:30-16:30HFOFFSIT 00BUTLER05/16/202407/19/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1206MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY INTERNSHIP108:30-16:30HFOFFSIT 00MITCHELL05/16/202407/19/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1206MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY INTERNSHIP108:30-16:30HFOFFSIT 00BUTLER05/16/202407/19/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1206MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY INTERNSHIP108:30-16:30HFOFFSIT 00MITCHELL05/16/202407/19/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1206MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY INTERNSHIP108:30-16:30HFRL3 398SWALLERS05/16/202407/19/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1223MP1ESTHETICS THEORY III508:30-15:30MRL3 398ISOM05/20/202406/24/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1223MP1ESTHETICS THEORY III508:30-15:30MRL3 362WALLER05/20/202406/24/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1224MP1ESTHETICS CLINIC III508:30-15:30TFRL3 362ISOM05/20/202406/24/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1224MP1ESTHETICS CLINIC III508:30-15:30TFRL3 362WALLER05/20/202406/24/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1224MP2ESTHETICS CLINIC III508:30-15:30THRL3 362ISOM05/21/202406/25/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1224MP2ESTHETICS CLINIC III508:30-15:30THOFF 00WALLER05/21/202406/25/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1225MP1INTERNSHIP0.508:30-15:30FOFF 00ISOM05/24/202406/21/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1225MP1INTERNSHIP0.508:30-15:30FOFF 00WALLER05/24/202406/21/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1225MP2INTERNSHIP0.508:30-15:30HOFF 00ISOM05/23/202406/20/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1225MP2INTERNSHIP0.508:30-15:30HRL3 347WALLER05/23/202406/20/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TRL3 338BUTLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TONLINE WEB2BUTLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III104:00-04:01MRL3 347BUTLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TRL3 338MITCHELL05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TONLINE WEB2MITCHELL05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III104:00-04:01MRL3 347MITCHELL05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TRL3 338WALLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TONLINE WEB2WALLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MP1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III104:00-04:01MONLINE WEB2WALLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III104:00-04:01MRL3 347BUTLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TRL3 338BUTLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TONLINE WEB2BUTLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III104:00-04:01MRL3 347MITCHELL05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TRL3 338MITCHELL05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TONLINE WEB2MITCHELL05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III104:00-04:01MRL3 347WALLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TRL3 338WALLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TONLINE WEB2WALLER05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III104:00-04:01MRL3 347SWALLERS05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TRL3 338SWALLERS05/13/202407/22/2024
COSMETOLOGYCOSM 1230MPB1BARBER/COSMETOLOGY THEORY III108:30-11:50TOFFSIT 00SWALLERS05/13/202407/22/2024
CRIMINAL JUSTICECRJS 221001CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTERNSHIP303:00-03:01OONLINE WEB1ODUM/WILSON06/03/202407/26/2024
COMPUTER SCIENCECSCI 1101N1INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS303:00-03:01TONLINE WEB1EDWARDS06/03/202407/26/2024
COMPUTER SCIENCECSCI 1102N1INTRO TO COMPUTERS WITH BUSI APPLIC303:00-03:01TSTC 120BILDERBECK06/03/202407/26/2024
CULINARY ARTSCULA 220701PROFESSIONAL PASTRY PRINCIPLES608:00-16:00MTWSTC 110FAIRBANKS06/03/202407/26/2024
CULINARY ARTSCULA 221001RESTAURANT PRODUCTION DESSERTS208:00-16:00HONLINE WEB1FAIRBANKS06/03/202407/26/2024
EDUCATIONEDUC 1107N1DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION306:00-06:30WRL2 241MOHR06/03/202407/26/2024
EMT PARAMEDICEMTP 1260Y30PARAMEDIC SERVICES I6HYBRIDHYMAN/SARGENT06/03/202407/26/2024
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EMT PARAMEDICEMTP 127430PARAMEDIC CLINICAL III307:00-18:00MWACA 206/TBDHYMAN/SARGENT06/03/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 110101RHETORIC & COMPOSITION I309:00-11:50MWONLINE WEBLA1DAVIS06/03/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 1101N1RHETORIC & COMPOSITION I302:30-03:00HONLINE WEBLA2BIGGS06/03/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 1102N1RHETORIC & COMPOSITION II302:30-03:00HACA 204ERVIN06/03/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 120441SELECTED TOPICS LIBERAL ARTS113:00-13:50MTWHACA 204EBERHART-HAMPTON05/04/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 120442SELECTED TOPICS LIBERAL ARTS114:00-14:50MTWHACA 204EBERHART-HAMPTON05/04/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 120501SELECTED TOPICS IN ENGLISH & LIT109:00-09:50MTWHACA 204EBERHART-HAMPTON05/04/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 120502SELECTED TOPICS IN ENGLISH & LIT110:00-10:50MTWHACA 204EBERHART-HAMPTON05/04/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 120503SELECTED TOPICS IN ENGLISH & LIT111:00-11:50MTWHACA 206EBERHART-HAMPTON05/04/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 141101ACCELERATED LEARNING PROGRAM313:00-15:50MWONLINE WEB1DAVIS06/03/202407/26/2024
ENGLISHENGL 2102N1INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE302:30-03:00HPNK 101ERVIN06/03/202407/26/2024
HEALTHHEA 110171HEALTH EDUCATION217:00-20:50WONLINE WEB3WILLS06/03/202407/26/2024
HEALTHHEA 1101N1HEALTH EDUCATION203:00-03:30FONLINE WEB1WILLS06/03/202407/26/2024
HEALTH CAREHECO 1202N1HEALTH CARE TERMINOLOGY303:00-03:01FOFF 00GOLOUBEVA06/03/202407/26/2024
HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGYHEQT 121001SUPERVISED OCCUPATIONAL EXPERIENCE420:00-20:01OONLINE WEB4JONES06/03/202407/26/2024
HISTORYHIST 2107N1LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY302:00-02:30HRL3 328ABROUWER06/03/202407/26/2024
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS & MAINTENANCE TECHIST 1201Y1INDUSTRIAL TOOLS & FABRICATION3HYBRIDSINK05/04/202407/26/2024
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS & MAINTENANCE TECHIST 1201Y1Face-To-Face Meetings308:00-16:00TWATC 151ASINK05/04/202407/26/2024
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS & MAINTENANCE TECHIST 1221Y1Face-To-Face Meetings 6/3 - 7/15209:00-09:50MATC 167MEINERT06/03/202407/26/2024
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS & MAINTENANCE TECHIST 1221Y1INDUSTRIAL SAFETY2HYBRIDMEINERT06/03/202407/26/2024
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS & MAINTENANCE TECHIST 1221Y2INDUSTRIAL SAFETY209:00-12:00MONLINE WEB1MEINERT05/04/202407/26/2024
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS & MAINTENANCE TECHIST 1221Y2INDUSTRIAL SAFETY203:00-03:01TONLINE WEB3MEINERT05/04/202407/26/2024
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MATHEMATICSMATH 110881COLLEGE ALGEBRA303:00-03:03FOSN 101KEEN06/03/202407/26/2024
MATHEMATICSMATH 110981PLANE TRIGONOMETRY303:00-03:03FONLINE WEB1KEEN06/03/202407/26/2024
MATHEMATICSMATH 1111N1STATISTICS401:00-01:30FOSN 101STAFF06/03/202407/26/2024
MATHEMATICSMATH 120181TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS303:00-03:03FOSN 101KEEN06/03/202407/26/2024
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WHEN ARE CLASSES?

 
Most classes begin the week of June 5 and run through the week of July 24

WHEN CAN I REGISTER?

Monday-Friday (Starting Jan. 15). See registration details below.

PAYMENT DEADLINES

  • Payments on student accounts must be made by the deadline included on the student statement.
  • Students who do not make payments by this deadline may be dropped from their classes.
  • Contact the Business Office 618-437-5321, Ext. 1235, for questions about making payments.

DEADLINES FOR DROPPING CLASSES

When you drop ... Your refund will be ...

  • Prior to end of the first week of classes ... 100%
  • During the second week of classes and thereafter ... 0%

TUITION & FEES

   Tuition & Fees for 8 hours  Tuition & Fees for 16 hours 
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale  $4,028 $8,055 
Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville  $3,259 $6,517
Western Illinois University - Macomb  $3,527  $7,053
University of Illinois - Urbana  $4,217  $8,433
Northern Illinois University - DeKalb  $3,684  $7,368
Eastern Illinois University - Charleston $3,311 $6,622
Rend Lake College - Ina $1,200 $2,400
RLC = 67% less on average
Tuition & Fees Source: Illinois Student Assistance Commission

HOW DO I GET STARTED?

Enrolling in a degree or certificate program at Rend Lake College is as simple as 1 - 2 - 3!
1. Apply for Admission

Complete a New Student Enrollment Form 
(Get a paper copy at the RLC Office of Student Records or at your in-district high school counselors’ office.)

2. Speak to an Advisor

Make an appointment in the Academic Advisement Center
(You'll discuss career development, educational planning, class scheduling and more.)

3. Apply for Financial Aid

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
(Rend Lake College’s school code is 007119)

WHAT ARE THE REGISTRATION PROCEDURES?

REGISTRATION FOR FIRST-TIME STUDENTS

1. Complete the Rend Lake College new student enrollment form (above).


2. Submit official high school transcript with graduation posted or GED certificate.

3. Submit your ACT or SAT scores or arrange for placement testing in the Academic Advisement Center.

4. Submit official transcripts from any other colleges you have attended.

5. Make an appointment with an academic advisor or your faculty advisor when you are ready to set up your schedule. Visit Career Services to discuss career development and goal setting, educational planning, and accessing campus services and activities.

6. Arrange for payment of tuition and fees by

7. Get your Student ID from the Learning Resource Center or from Student Records in the Baker Administration Building. You will need a picture identification (driver’s license or state issued I.D.) and a class schedule to do so. The replacement cost for a Student ID is $10. Your Student ID and current schedule of classes are required to rent or purchase textbooks.

8. Pick up textbooks and purchase the supplies you need at our Bookstore and Retail Center on the first floor of the Academic Building. Textbook costs are included for most programs. 

REGISTRATION FOR RETURNING STUDENTS

Advisor-Assisted Option

  1. Create your tentative schedule using a class schedule, also available from the Student Records Office on campus.
  2. Make an appointment with an academic advisor for finalizing your schedule of classes.
  3. Review your degree requirements.
  4. Arrange for payment of tuition and fees.
  5. Rent or buy your textooks and purchase supplies at the Textbook Store and Retail Center in the Academic building.

Self-Advisement Option

As a continuing student, you can self-advise by completiting a registration form and submitting it to the Student Records Office IF:

  • You have completed or, through your current enrollment will reach, a total of 30 credit hours
  • You have a minimum 2.5 grade-point average
  • You have completed any and all required college preparatory classes

NOTE: Students on academic probation must obtain an advisor's signature to register for the next semester. Other exceptions to the self-advisement option may apply.

PRIORITY REGISTRATION FOR VETERANS & SERVICE MEMBERS
Priority registration is offered for veterans and service members in accordance with Public Act 098-0316. Priority registration periods will be announced each semester. Veterans and service members can call the Rend Lake College Academic Advisement Center at 618-437-5321, Ext. 1266, identify themselves as a veteran or service member, and make an advisement appointment during these priority registration times.

 

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Wireless Emergency Notification System


Overview

The Wireless Emergency Notification System (WENS) allows Rend Lake College students, family and friends — as well as faculty, staff and administration — to receive text and email notifications. The WENS system allows an “RLC Alert” to be sent to your cell phone as a text-message and an e-mail to your e-mail address, if you choose.

When we typically use WENS:

  • emergency and significant event notification
  • weather warnings
  • school closings
  • emergencies on campus

Emergency messages are short and meant only as an initial notification. For more detailed information, RLC uses telephone, the RLC website, e-mail, radio and television media, social media and person-to person contact to distribute news and instructions during an emergency. 

Requirements:

You must have a phone that is capable of receiving either text messages or e-mail, or have a computer that can receive e-mail to receive the RLC Alert through WENS.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Why should I register?

Although RLC employs other emergency notification means such as sirens, in classroom phones, telephone alerts and use of local media, using WENS could save you critical time depending upon your location.

Can I register through WENS to receive just an e-mail?
No. The WENS system requires you to register a telephone number, and then you may register an e-mail address. You cannot register an e-mail address alone.

Is there a charge for registering to receive messages through WENS?
This is a free service provided by RLC. However, your cell phone provider may charge you for receiving text messages (SMS). Check your service agreement for details. Service costs from your cellular provider are your responsibility.

Why are you sending a text-message and not calling me?
Attempting to call everyone could take hours. This is an important factor especially during a time sensitive emergency. RLC Alerts will be short and are meant to make registrants aware that there is an emergency and direct them to other information resources for additional information.

Under what circumstances will I receive an RLC Alert?
RLC Alerts are used during emergencies that threaten life, safety, or property and/or severely impacts normal campus/college operations. Additionally, you will also receive warnings of flash flood, severe thunderstorm, winter storm, and tornado warnings.

Will RLC periodically test the system?
RLC plans to conduct a monthly test message to verify your subscription to this service and to ensure the system is working properly.

Will the WENS system work if there is a power failure?
All systems, including email and text message systems are subject to failure due to emergencies or disasters. While WENS is a valuable addition to our existing emergency notification systems, we cannot guarantee that it will work in all emergencies. This is why we employ redundant emergency notification systems.

I don't want to receive messages anymore. How do I unsubscribe?
At any time, you can simply return to the WENS website and click the unsubscribe button or click here. Enter the contact information you used to register and then select the unsubscribe box at the bottom of the page. Additionally, you can reply to a text message with either “Stop” of “Quit” to unsubscribe as well.

How do I update my information if my email address, cell phone number or pager number has changed?
If your contact information has changed, follow the instructions above to unsubscribe the information that has changed. You must register again with your new contact information.

 

Land of Lincoln AmeriCorps


AmeriCorps LogoLand of Lincoln AmeriCorps is part of the national service initiative signed into law by President Bill Clinton and administered through state governments. The Illinois Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism serves as the state’s lead agency to administer AmeriCorps. The Commission operates under the Illinois Department of Public Health.

Through AmeriCorps, individuals of all ages and backgrounds address the state’s education, public safety, human, and environmental needs through service. Rend Lake College members provide literacy tutoring for K through grade 8 students in local schools. In return, members receive a living allowance and education award to help finance their college education or vocational training, or pay back student loans after successful completion of service.

For information or applications, contact us at 618-437-5321, ext. 1351. 

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Ina
Main Campus 

468 N. Ken Gray Parkway
Ina, IL 62846
Phone: (618) 437-5321
Fax: (618) 437-5677

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321 Potomac Blvd
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
Phone: (618) 437-5321, Ext. 2002
Fax: (618) 437-5677

RLC Murphy-Wall Pinckneyville Campus MWPC Web

5680 State Route 154
Pinckneyville, IL 62274
Phone: 618-357-3742
Fax: 618-357-6213

 
 

General Numbers


College: (618) 437-5321
Toll-Free (In-District): 1-800-369-5321
Emergency After Hours: 618-525-1911
Fax: (618) 437-5677

Common Contacts

Transcript Requests   FOIA   Staff Directory   IT Help Desk   RL-Cares

 

 

Administration


   
  Extension(s) Email
President 1243/1242 email
Executive Director of Administrative Services 1243 email
Vice President of Instruction & Student Affairs 1200 email
Cheif Financial Officer  1216 email
Controller 1291 email
Associate Vice President of CTE & Student Support 1775 email
Associate Vice President of Academic & Student Services 1790 email
Associate Vice President of Institutional Outreach 1237 email
Dean of Enrollment Services 1293 email
Dean of Allied Health 1777 email
Dean of Applied Science & Technology 1774 email
Dean of Arts & Sciences Division 1258 email
Dean of Facilities Management & Campus Operations 1319 email
Dean of Student Success & Development 1331 email
Director of Agronomy Innovation Center & Land Lab Supervisor 1756 email
Director of Adult Education and Family Literacy 1220 email
Director of Apprenticeships, Community & Corporate Education 1277 email
Director of Child Care Resource & Referral  618-244-2210 email
Director of Food Services  1315 email
Director of Institutional Compliance & Research 1386 email
Director of Human Resources  1201 email
Director of Learning Innovation & Design 1292 email
Director of Learning Resource Center 1249 email
Director of Marketing & Public Information 1234 email
Director of Perkins & CTE 1267 email
Director of RLC Murphy Wall Pinckneyville Campus 3001 email
Director of RLC Foundation Children's Center 1393 email
Director of Recreational Center/Assistant Softball Coach 1279/1207 email
Director of Southern Illinois Manufacturing Academy 1798 email
Director of Student Records 1327 email
Trio Director 1366 email
RLC Foundation Assistant Director of Development 1214 email

 

Office/Department


     
  Primary Extension Secondary Extension email
Academic Advisement Center 1266    email
Adult Education Information/Referral 1244 1220 email
Advanced Technology 1261 1292 email
Allied Health 1251 1775 email
AmeriCorps 1351   email
Applied Science 1261 1292 email
Art Room 6803    
Athletics 1250 1226 email
Audiovisual 1299    
Baseball Coach's Office 1282   email
Basketball Coach's Office (Women's) 1306   email
Bookstore & Retail Store 1281 1320 email
Business Office 1235 1291/1222/1224/1221 email
Career Services 1268   email
Center for Business Services 1714 1354/1352  
Child Care Resource & Referral 224-2210 1-800-362-7257  
Coal Mining Tech 5804 2373 email
Community & Corporate Education 1714 1367 email
CTE Success Center 1769 1280 email
Culinary Arts 1332 1334/1336 email
Emergency/After Hours 618-525-1911 1911 email
Facilities Scheduling 1262    
Financial Aid 1385 1297/1386/1238 email
Human Resources 1201   email
Information Technology - Help Desk 1259   email
IT Network Specialists 1257/1215   email
Institutional Research 1311   email
Liberal Arts 1263 1790 email
Library - Reference Desk 1276    
Literacy Program 1342    
Maintenance 1255 1256 email
Math Lab 1346    
Marketing & Public Information 1234 1237 email
Missouri Baptist University Rep 1289    
Office Systems Technology Lab 6103    
Project CHILD 244.2210 800.362.7257 email
Reading Lab 1321    
RLC Foundation 1214 1324 email
RLC Foundation Children's Center 1393   email
RLC Murphy-Wall Campus 3000 3001  
Science Lab 6211    
Security (non-emergency) 1212   email
Skills Center 1241 1220/1244 email
Small Business Development 2001    
Softball Coach's Office 1309   email
Southen Illinois University Rep 6651    
Studio RLC 242.8459 2030 email
Testing - Academic Advisement Center 1268   email
Resource Development Specialist 1290    
STARS 1236 1343 email
Student Records Office 1233 1230/1231 email
Switchboard / Communication Specialist 0    
Theatre - Tickets 1467    
Tutoring - Learning Enhancement Center 6901   email
Truck Driving 1380 877-477-4408   
Upward Bound 1219 1365/1366  
Veterans Affairs 1297    
Vocational Tool Room 7006    
Welding Lab 7170    

 

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