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September 2021 News Articles

JALC Hosts National Voter Registration Day Event

On Tuesday, September 28, the John A. Logan College Political Science Club will host a League of Women Voters voter registration event in the lower E wing Lobby near the Coffee Shop on the campus of John A. Logan College from 10 AM to 2 PM.  “I teach about United States political culture and political […]

Carolyn Rendleman, Wife of Longtime JALC Board Member, Jake Rendleman has Passed Away

Carolyn Rendleman, the wife of longtime John A. Logan College Board of Trustee Member Jake Rendleman, passed away on Monday, September 27, 2021, after a long illness.

JALC Hunting and Fishing Days to Host Veteran and First Responder Appreciation Event

On Saturday, September 25, from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM, the Southern Illinois Celebration of Hunting and Fishing Days at John A. Logan College will host a Veteran and First Responder Appreciation Event in the Waterfowl Calling Tent located in the courtyard near the Kid’s Fishing Hole. Veterans and First Responders will receive free parking […]

JALC and Black Diamond RV to Offer RV Care and Maintenance Class

In recent years purchases and rentals of RVs in the U.S. have boomed. In fact, according to the RV Industry Association, RV sales in some areas increased as much as 170 percent during the height of the Pandemic. With more RVs on the road, the need for basic maintenance and care has also increased. To […]

John A. Logan College Announces Campus Procedures for the Governor’s Vaccine Mandate

John A. Logan College officials have announced campus procedures to comply with the Governor’s August 26 mandate requiring all individuals in higher education to be vaccinated or tested weekly to attend a college or university in Illinois. The mandate is scheduled to go into effect on September 20, 2021. “Our staff has worked diligently to […]

Fully Vaccinated Students at JALC Can Receive Two Hundred Dollars

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker recently announced a mandate requiring all higher education students in the state to be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. Before the announcement, John A. Logan College officials had begun working on an incentive of $200 for fully vaccinated against COVID19 students currently enrolled in at least three credit hours as part of the Higher Education Relief Fund.