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  IECC Closed Monday, September 5, in Observance of Labor Day
IECC Closed Monday, September 5, in Observance of Labor Day

Illinois Eastern Community Colleges will be closed on Monday, September 5th in observance of Labor Day.  All classes and regular office hours will resume on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 at Frontier Community College, Lincoln Trail College, Olney Central College, Wabash Valley College and the District Office.


  OCC Blue Knights Basketball Coach Gene Duke Memorial Golf Outing Sept. 9
  WVC Offering Food Service Sanitation & Safety (Manager's Certification)
  Concealed Carry Course Offered at WVC September 15-17
  Celebrate Art Winners
  LTC Employees Honored
  Phi Theta Kappa Inducts New Members
  LTC Spring Honors Recipients
  LTC Athletes Earn 3.22 GPA
  LTC Phi Theta Kappa Earns Award
  Lady Statesmen Named NJCAA Softball Academic Team of the Year
  LTC Offering Martial Arts Classes
  Goodwin Named LTC Volleyball Coach
  WVC offering computer skills class this fall semester
WVC offering computer skills class this fall semester

Mt. Carmel ,IL-  Would you like to learn how to use your computer or mobile device better?  Wabash Valley College is offering a Computer Skills I class this Fall Semester.  This course is designed to introduce students to basic computer skills and assumes no prior computer knowledge.  Some of the topics covered include:  identifying the parts of the computer and how to hook up devices, understand and use software to accomplish the tasks you want, set up and use email, install and remove apps, use the Internet to find useful information, etc.   Time will be allocated to answer questions and cover topics of the student’s choosing.

 

Contact WVC at 618-262-8641 and register for CIS-1601. Computer Skills I, which will meet from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. on Monday evenings in Main Hall 202.  Dave Goodson is the instructor. 

 

 

In-District tuition may be discounted for students enrolled in four or less semester hours in the evening.  There will be a $5 Technology Fee per credit hour and a $10 Student Support Fee per credit hour.


  WVC to offer exercise/fitness class
WVC to offer exercise/fitness class

Mt. Carmel ,IL-  Wabash Valley College will be offering an Exercise/Fitness class starting on August 18 which will offer low-impact cardio, strength, and toning exercises with Yoga and Pilates stretches.  This class is designed to improve cardiovascular fitness, firm and tone muscles, and increase and enhance flexibility.

Students will need a Yoga/exercise mat, wear comfortable clothing, and gym shoes.  The class will be using exercise/flex bands to enhance the workouts.  The class, PEI 1136-Aerobics I, will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30 – 5:20 p.m., and a second class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 – 5:20 p.m.  A third class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 – 6:50 p.m.  All classes will meet in Main Hall Room 101.  Ada Neigh is the instructor for the classes. 

 

 

In-District tuition may be discounted for students enrolled in four or less semester hours in the evening.  There will be a $5 Technology Fee per credit hour and a $10 Student Support Fee per credit hour.  Students may register at the first class meeting or at the College.  For more information, contact the Student Services Office at 618-262-8641.  


  Yoga classes to be offered at WVC this fall
Yoga classes to be offered at WVC this fall

Mt. Carmel, IL –   Wabash Valley College will offer Yoga classes this Fall Semester.  Yoga is the science and art that is universally beneficial for physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being.  It is a systematic discipline to quiet the chatter of the turbulent mind and awaken the intuitive creative potential of a relaxed mind that results in better sleep and stress relief.  Yoga releases a harmonious blend of spiritual vibrations in the mind-body complex that removes negative energies and tensions, and, thus, promotes an inner sense of peace and tranquility.  This course teaches the basics of a classical system of Yoga that includes important elements from Hatha Yoga (the most popular form of Yoga), as well as breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation (dhyana) from the various other branches of Yoga’s vast tradition.  The practice is open to anyone at any age and skill level.

 

The class, PEI 1134, will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays, with one class meeting from 4:30 – 5:20 p.m., and the other class meeting from 6:00 – 6:50 p.m. in Main Hall 121, beginning August 22.  There will also be a class meeting from 4:40 – 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Main Hall 121.  The class will begin August 18.  Melissa Pray is the instructor.    

 

 

In-District tuition may be discounted for students enrolled in four or less semester hours in the evening.  There will be a $5 Technology fee per credit hour and a $10 Student Support fee per credit hour.  Students may register at the first class session or at the College.  


  CNA class offered fall semester at WVC
CNA class offered fall semester at WVC

Mt. Carmel ,IL-  Individuals interested in employment as a Certified Nurse Aide should inquire now about a class being offered during the Fall Semester.  Fall CNA classes will start on August 22, 2016 at Wabash Valley College.  The Certified Nurse Aide class will meet on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 1:00 – 4:45 p.m. in the Main Hall Building Room 121, from August 22 through November 2, 2016. 

 

 

For more information, contact Cindy Kruse at 618-263-5043.  


  Citizens National Bank of Albion Keeping OCC Students Connected
  Employees Honored for Years of Service
  All Four WVC Warrior Sports Named to NJCAA All-Academic Team
All Four WVC Warrior Sports Named to NJCAA All-Academic Team

Mt. Carmel ,IL-  The Wabash Valley College Athletic Department recently received word from the NJCAA that, for the first time in school history, all 4 Warrior sports were named to the NJCAA All-Academic Team.  This list is tabulated by comparing team GPA’s, from all 3 divisions of the 323 NJCAA member schools, during the 2015-2016 school year. 

The Warrior Basketball Team had the 17th highest Basketball Team GPA in the Nation, and was 1 of just 2 NJCAA schools from the state of Illinois to make the list.  (Kaskaskia).

The Warrior Baseball Team came in at #57 on the list of Baseball Teams, while Women’s Basketball ranked 58th.  The Warrior Softball Team was #61 on the list of Softball Team GPA’s, but had the highest Team GPA at WVC with a 3.29 cumulative GPA.

WVC Athletic Director Mike Carpenter said, “We’re extremely proud of our student athletes.  They did a tremendous job last school year, and we appreciate the WVC faculty and staff for facilitating their development with such a positive learning environment.  Our coaches deserve credit too – they spend countless hours, supervising study tables, and emphasizing the importance of graduating from WVC.”

The 2016-17 school year starts on August 18, and the Softball and Baseball Teams begin Fall games in September.  Basketball Season will start on November 1st.  


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  IECC Receives $25,000 Scholarship Award from IMA Education Foundation
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  Fall Nutrition Series Begins at LTC
  Carmack Named Director of Music
  Moore Named TRIO Counselor
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  IMA Education Foundation Presents Scholarship Award to Illinois Eastern Community Colleges
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PELL checks were mailed 3/14.

Summer and Fall Course schedules will be online Monday March 24.

Registration for Summer and Fall courses begins April 1st for current students and April 8th for new students.