Faculty & Staff

Make a World of Difference by donating to the 2014-2015 Employee Campaign


Category: ICC Educational Foundation

ICC faculty and staff will “Make a World of Difference” during the 2014-2015 Employee Campaign. The campaign encourages investing in our students by supporting the Foundation’s mission of assuring access to higher education for our community. These gifts further demonstrate our dedication to living out the College’s mission, vision and core values.

Last year’s campaign raised more than $91,000, including 157 1% Club members. 1% Club Members pledge 1% or more of their annual salary, displaying a significant commitment to Illinois Central College and to our students.

Campaign pledge cards are due by Friday, September 15. Return pledges to the Educational Foundation, Room L425, East Peoria Campus.

For questions, contact Megan Byard at Ext. 8496 or email Megan.Byard@icc.edu.

eNews Report available for September 2014


Category: eNews Report

This month’s eNews Report is available at http://youtu.be/dhO0oaTKF3U

- ICC Campus Police : College Regulations Policy in effect
- Celebrate student achievements with ICC Merit
- ICC Sustainability Center Groundbreaking on Tuesday, September 30 at 2pm
- Optimum Health Solutions screenings coming up!
- Media Training sessions coming up!
- Landscape and Garden Day 2014 is Saturday, September 6 • 9am – 3pm

Stay up-to-date on your campus events and info right here at http://enews.icc.edu/

ICC Pays it Forward…Tech equipment donations benefit Norwood Primary School


Category: Technology Services

ICC recently donated 42 Gateway desktop computers, 45 flat screen monitors and 21 desktop speakers to Norwood Primary School in Peoria.

The donations are part of a recycling program which has allowed ICC the chance to rotate its computer stock and get refurbished computers and equipment into the hands of the schools and other institutions in need.

Norwood District 63 IT Coordinator Cindy James says the donation allowed the school district to replace all the computers, monitors, mice and keyboards in Norwood Primary School’s lab.

“As a low-income school district, it can be challenging to find the resources to meet the technology needs of our students,” James explained. These computers will be used daily for technology instruction for our K-4 students and allow us to comply with the demands of computerized testing. We greatly appreciate receiving these computers from Illinois Central College.”

ICC has donated its computers for more than a decade. The timing of the donations all depends on the needs of the community and the availability of stock. Preference is given to educational facilities and to those other institutions which will use the computers for educational purposes.

In the past year, ICC has given computers to the Salvation Army, Peoria Christian School, East Bluff Community Center and Norwood Elementary School, just to name a few.

The college generally keeps a waiting list of schools and other facilities requesting the refurbished computers. Recipient organizations receive equipment which is restored to its original condition or better and must agree in writing not to re-sell the computers.

Stephenie’s Journey


Category: Campus Police


Stephenie Kursock, a dispatcher with the ICC Campus Police Department, was diagnosed with a brain tumor scheduled to be removed this morning: Wednesday, September 3.

ICC Campus Police are collecting donations to help with Stephenie’s medical expenses as well as selling bracelets for a donation of $10. Stop by the Police Office at the East Peoria Campus to make a donation.

Updates and information are available at the family’s facebook page Fighting for Stephenie

Jeans Day for the United Way on Wednesday, September 3


Category: Uncategorized

For 2014-2015, the first WEDNESDAY of the month will be Jeans Day for the United Way.  Faculty and staff are invited to donate to the United Way each month in order to wear jeans on Jeans Day.  To participate, go to your campus library and purchase the Jeans Day sticker for a suggested donation of $5, then wear jeans on the designated day.  It is that simple- wear jeans and you help the United Way and the many local organizations receiving their funding.  Last school year we raised $150. Please ask for supervisor’s approval before participating.

Questions?  Contact Michelle Nielsen Ott x5617

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New College Regulations Policy now in effect


Category: Campus Safety

Effective immediately, officers of ICC’s Campus Police Department will begin enforcement of the recently adopted College Regulations Policy. The policy outlines standards of conduct for everyone on ICC property, including students, employees and visitors.

The College Regulations Policy covers a wide range of improper conduct, including improper parking, smoking, loud music, noise, disorderly conduct, assault, theft, alcohol/drug possession and other violations.

ICC officers have the discretion to issue Regulation Violation Notices (RVNs) for violations of the policy. There is a set monetary fine for each particular violation. When an RVN is issued to a student, a report will be forwarded to the Dean of Students for follow up. A College Regulations Policy Appeals Committee has been established to handle RVN appeals.

All regulations and violations are outlined in the College Regulations Policy, which can be found online by clicking here.

For questions, please contact the ICC Campus Police Department at Ext. 5223.

Annual notice for Campus Security Authorities


Category: Campus Safety

ICC is required to issue an annual notification for employees who are designated as Campus Security Authorities (CSAs). CSAs are defined as any official of the college who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities outside the classroom.

Click here to be redirected to the Campus Police Department page, and click the link for “Reporting Requirements” at the bottom of the page to read the notice.

For questions, please contact Campus Police at Ext. 5223.

Student Organization Expo 2014 set for Wednesday, September 3


Category: Student News

The ICC Student Organization Expo 2014 is set for Wednesday, September 3, from 10 am until 1 pm, in the East Peoria Campus Courtyard. In the event of rain, the event will be held in the Student Lounge.

This event is an opportunity for every registered student group or organization to display their accomplishments and to recruit new members.

So far, a total of 29 clubs will be attending. Let your students know this is a great way to become involved!

Media Training: When the Media Calls — What you should do & how we can help


Category: Employee News

Register for one of these ICC media training sessions…

Wednesday, September 3 – 10 am – 12 noon – Room 203, Ag & Industrial Technologies Building

OR

Thursday, September 11 – 2:30 – 4:30 pm – Room 203, Ag & Industrial Technologies Building

What if a reporter calls your department looking for information or wanting to interview a faculty member or student? What if a TV crew comes to your class unannounced? Or a reporter calls to interview you?

Learn about the ICC Employee Media Policy and how to appropriately direct media calls you might receive. You’ll also learn what attracts media attention and how ICC’s Marketing & Communications staff can work with you to spread the word about ICC programs and events. Discussion will also include how to develop key messages and clearly communicate those key messages. Skills addressed in the workshop can be applied to everyday communication, not just media encounters. This session is open to all ICC employees, not just those who might serve as an “official spokesperson” for the College.

Register through Organizational Learning at organizaitonallearning@icc.edu or 694-5442. Please indicate which date you plan to attend.