June 2022 News Articles
JALC Student Trustee Jeremiah Brown Changed His Life and Now Wants to Help Others
Robert Frost’s famous poem, The Road Not Taken, describes the choice between two paths. The traveler in the poem chooses the least traveled path and says it made all the difference. The story could describe the life of John A. Logan College Student Trustee Jeremiah Brown, who had to either stay on the path his life was on or choose a new direction.
Joe Dethrow and Gretchen Cudworth Named Outstanding Faculty
Associate Professor of Mathematics Joseph Dethrow has been selected as the 2022 Outstanding Faculty member, and Gretchen Cudworth, a Humanities Instructor, has been named the 2022 Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Member. Joe Dethrow has been a full-time faculty member at John A. Logan College since 2005. He has an Associate in Science and an Associate in […]
JALC Holds Fifty-Fourth Honors Night
John A. Logan College recently held the Fifty-Fourth Honors Night, honoring top students from various programs.
JALC Announces Spring 2022 President’s and Provost’s List
Each semester any full-time student who has a 4.0 grade-point average earns recognition on the President’s list. Any full-time student who has a grade-point average between 3.55 and 3.99 earns recognition on the Provost’s list. The following students were named to the Spring 2022 President’s List: Ava: Mattie M. Woolf, Jarrett T. Jones Bartelso: Brynne E. […]
JALC Celebration of Hunting and Fishing Days to Temporarily Relocate to the Du Quoin State Fair Grounds
John A. Logan College and the Illinois Department of Agriculture, along with title sponsor Black Diamond RV, announce that the College’s popular celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Days will temporarily relocate to the Du Quoin State Fair Grounds. The annual event is scheduled for September 24th and 25th, 2022. Relocation is due to major […]
Tyler Smithpeters Has Been Named the College’s Head Men’s Basketball Coach
John A. Logan College is excited to announce that Tyler Smithpeters has been named the College’s seventh Head Men’s Basketball Coach. Smithpeters has spent the past four years as an assistant at the College under Coach Kyle Smithpeters. During his time as an assistant, the program has gone 102-19 with three consecutive Region 24 titles and produced two of the last three National Players of the Year.