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  • L&C Leadership

    For more than 40 years, Lewis and Clark Community College has remained focused on celebrating the culture of education which we inherited in the transition from Monticello College in 1970. 

    We have celebrated new fundraising initiatives aimed at sustaining and enhancing the college’s impact; welcomed new faculty, who are bolstering our academic and career programs and are allowing us to offer the highest quality training in new programs such as Welding; and formed new partnerships with influential leaders such as Mannie Jackson, with whom we are working to develop a Center for the Humanities in his name at the historic Lincoln School in Edwardsville.

    Lewis and Clark is an entrepreneurial institution, and we pride ourselves on being able to provide not only the highest quality academic instruction to our students, but also numerous cultural and educational experiences for the residents who call our district home.