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L&C Hosting Virtual Recruitment Event Aug. 11

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Article by: Laura Inlow, L&C Media Services, linlow@lc.edu

GODFREY – Wondering what college might look like this fall?

Join Lewis and Clark Community College for a virtual Trailblazer Talk recruitment event Tuesday, Aug. 11, to find out. Take the opportunity to speak with enrollment and financial aid representatives and learn more about attending college (especially during a pandemic).

“Lewis and Clark is the safe, smart choice for these uncertain times,” said Assistant Director of Admissions, Records and Recruitment Ryan Hodge. “We are here to help in any way that we can. These events are opportunities to come and hear great information about attending L&C or just to get quick questions answered by college staff.”

The event will take place on Zoom beginning at 4 p.m.

Topics will include:

  • Enrollment process during COVID
  • Application Process
  • Benefits of Attending L&C
  • New Student Orientation during COVID
  • Financial Aid
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • Student Support Services
  • What campus looks like during COVID
  • Participant questions

Participants are being asked to RSVP for the event ahead of time and will receive login instructions via email prior to the event. Reserve a spot at https://bit.ly/RSVP-TBTalk.

Parents attending on behalf of a student or students should register each student individually.

Lewis and Clark has more than 40 career and technical education programs from Dental Hygiene to Truck Driver Training, starting salaries for some of which can run as high as $50,000-100,000 annually.

The college also has numerous transfer options and agreements at a variety of four-year colleges and universities across the country. Simply by attending L&C for two years, transfer students can save an average of $18,396 on a bachelor’s degree, compared to students who attend Illinois colleges and universities for all four years.

L&C is offering courses this fall through five instructional modes which emphasize flexibility and safety for students, faculty and staff. More information can be found at www.lc.edu/coronavirus.

For more information, contact Hodge at rhodge@lc.edu or visit www.lc.edu/admissions to apply or enroll today.