Within three days of enrollment, admittance, or employment at IECC, or upon the conviction of a sexual offense that requires registration (as defined in the Illinois Sex Offender Registration Act 730 ILCS 150/3), any student or employee that is required to register as a sex offender pursuant to the Act, must register with the Assistant Dean of Student Services at the College of attendance (students) or the IECC Human Resources Department at the District Office (employees). NOTE: This is in addition to registering with their agency of jurisdiction in which they reside as well as the agency of jurisdiction where they attend school/work. Click here for the complete policy.
Sex offenders who fail to properly register their status as a student or employee at an institution of higher education are in violation of the Illinois Sex Offender Registration Act and face arrest for a Class 3 Felony. They also face disciplinary actions up to and including suspension or termination of student / employee status.
To access the statewide registry or for additional information regarding registered sex offenders in Illinois, visit the Illinois Sex Offender Registry online.