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WELCOMECollege of Lake CountyBoard of TrusteesRichard A. Anderson, SecretaryWilliam M. Griffin, Ed.D., ChairAmanda D. Howland, Vice ChairVaseem IftekharTorrie Mark NewsomeJulie B. ShrokaMatthew J. StantonVictoria Thoman, Student TrusteeLori Suddick, Ed.D., President

4 ABOUT CLC5 ACADEMIC CALENDARS6 CLC MISSION AND GOALSSTUDENT RESOURCES8 HOURS AND CONTACTS Hours of Operation Contact InformationTA B L E O FCONTENTS10 BECOMING A CLC STUDENT Steps to Become a CLC studentCOLLEGE POLICIES19 ADMISSIONS AND ACADEMICINFORMATION Admission Policies Residence Status Credit for Prior Learning Registration Repeating a Course/Re-enrollingin a Course Withdrawal Policy Academic Honors Academic Standards Auditing College Requirements for AssociateTransfer Degrees that Transfer International/Multicultural EducationRequirements (I/M) Multiple Transfer Degrees Steps to Graduate Transcripts Joint Agreements and TuitionChargebacks31 FINANCIAL INFORMATION Tuition and Fees Student Residency Status Special Tuition Categories Cost to Attend CLC Refund Policy Financial Aid At-A-GlanceDEGREES/CERTIFICATES38 FIELDS OF INTEREST39 EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS What is Your Plan after CLC? Associate in Arts Associate in Science Associate in Engineering Science Associate in Fine Arts in Art Associate in Fine Arts in Music Degree or Certificate Developmental Education Adult Education and ESL Types of Courses Non-Credit Opportunities Community Programming Associate in Applied Science Certificates Special Notations for Associate DegreeRequirements Associate in General Studies55 ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT ANDHOSPITALITY Art Dance Digital Media and Design Hospitality and Culinary Management Music Theatre69 BUSINESS AND INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY Business Pathway Accounting Administrative Management andTechnology Business Administration Computer Information Technology Economics Supply Chain Management88 COMMUNICATION AND HUMANITIES Communication English Humanities International Studies Latin-American Studies Philosophy Technical Communication World Languages: French and SpanishThis catalog is in effect for the academic year 2020-2021 and is accurate as of May 2020. The information is subject to change within that period.Any changes will be noted on the college’s website at providing educational programs and opportunities, the College of Lake County is committed to maintaining an environment free from harassment anddiscrimination and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, religion, sexual orientation, genderidentity or expression, marital status, military status, political affiliation, ancestry, citizenship, pregnancy, or any other status as protected by law. Inquiriesregarding the College’s non-discrimination policy and related procedures may be directed to: Allena Barbato, Title IX Coordinator, Room B105,19351 W. Washington St. Grayslake, IL 60030, (847) 543-2464.2 2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog

99 EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Social Sciences Pathway Anthropology Education: Early Childhood, Elementary,Secondary and Special Education Gender and Sexuality Studies History Human Services Political Science Psychology Social Work Sociology Teaching English to Speakers ofOther Languages (TESOL)126 LEGAL STUDIES AND PUBLIC SAFETY Criminal Justice Emergency Medical Technology Fire Science Technology Legal Studies136 MANUFACTURING, ENGINEERINGAND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES Automation, Robotics and Mechatronics Automotive Collision Repair Automotive Technology CAD-Drafting Technology Computer Science CNC Programming Electrical Engineering Technology Electrician Apprenticeship Engineering and Computer Science HVAC Engineering Technology Laser/Photonics/Optics Machine Tool Trades Mechanical Engineering Technology Welding167 SCIENCE AND MATH Biological Sciences Chemistry Earth Science Geography Mathematics Physics174 SUSTAINABILITY AND HORTICULTURE Horticulture Sustainability Programs180 WELLNESS AND HEALTH SCIENCES Dental Hygiene Health and Wellness Health Information Technology Medical Billing Specialist Kinesiology Massage Therapy Medical Assisting Healthcare Office Assistant Medical Imaging Computed Tomography Magnetic Resonance Imaging Nursing Phlebotomy Technician Pre-Dentistry Pre-Medicine Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Veterinary Medicine Surgical Technology YogaCOURSE DESCRIPTIONS223 COURSE INFORMATION AND DESCRIPTIONS Schedule of Classes Course Numbering Prerequisites and Corequisites Course Discipline/Prefix Reference General Education IAI Courses Major IAI Courses Course DescriptionsINDEX356 INDEX2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog3

WELCOME TO THE COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTYThis college catalog is based on the academic year you began at CLC and contains your official academic and degree requirements.This is referred to as your College Catalog of Record. Use the College Catalog to find academic information, student resources,official policies and more.ABOUT CLCDiscover more about the exciting and diverse students who will be part of your college experience while you attend CLC.Gender of Students55%Female45%MaleStudent Age Distribution40-4960 182.2% -time.4%Pacific.4% an6.8%Black18%39.5%18-2020.1%21-24Student Enrollment by Lake County RegionOut of District2.5%Part-time vs. %Southeast11.6%4 2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog72%Part-timeEthnic Diversityof Students41%White40.3%HispanicAverage student to professor ratio17:1

ACADEMICCALENDARS2020-20212021-20222020 FALL SEMESTER2021 FALL SEMESTERAugust 24Classes BeginAugust 23Classes BeginSeptember 7-8Labor Day RecessSeptember 6-7Labor Day Recess(no classes)(no classes)October 19Mid-SemesterOctober 18Mid-SemesterOctober 26Priority RegistrationOctober 25Priority Registrationbegins for Spring 2021begins for Spring 2022November 25-29 Thanksgiving RecessNovember 24-28 Thanksgiving Recess(no classes)(no classes)December 12-18 Final ExamsDecember 11-17 Final ExamsDecember 18December 17Semester EndsSemester Ends2021 WINTER INTERSESSION2022 WINTER INTERSESSIONJanuary 4Classes BeginJanuary 3Classes BeginJanuary 15End of SessionJanuary 14End of Session2021 SPRING SEMESTER2022 SPRING SEMESTERJanuary 18Martin Luther King Jr. DayJanuary 17Martin Luther King Jr. Day(no classes)(no classes)January 19Classes BeginJanuary 18Classes BeginMarch 8Priority RegistrationMarch 7Priority Registrationbegins for Summerbegins for Summerand Fall 2021and Fall 2022March 15Mid-SemesterMarch 14Mid-SemesterMarch 22-28Spring VacationMarch 21-27Spring Vacation(no classes)(no classes)May 8-14Final ExamsMay 7-13Final ExamsMay 14Semester EndsMay 13Semester EndsMay 15CommencementMay 14Commencement2021 INTERSESSION2022 INTERSESSIONMay 18Classes BeginMay 17Classes BeginMay 31Memorial Day RecessMay 30Memorial Day Recess(no classes)(no classes)June 4End of SessionJune 3End of Session2021 SUMMER SESSION2022 SUMMER SESSIONJune 7Classes BeginJune 6Classes BeginJuly 5Independence Day ObservedJuly 4Independence Day Observed(no classes)(no classes)July 5Mid-SessionJuly 4Mid-SessionJuly 30End of SessionJuly 28End of Session2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog5

Established by the citizens of Lake County within a framework of the Illinois Master Plan forHigher Education, the College of Lake County is a comprehensive community college dedicatedprimarily to meeting the post-secondary educational needs of individuals within District 532.The College of Lake County is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 S. LaSalle St.,Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1413, (312) 263-0456 or (800) 621-7440.MISSIONThe College of Lake County is a comprehensive community college committed to equitablehigh-quality education, cultural enrichment and partnerships to advance the diversecommunities it serves.MISSIONANDGOALSVISIONThe College of Lake County is a leader in providing innovative education and workforce solutions.VALUESWe hold these values to be the cornerstone to fulfilling the college’s mission:1. Purpose2. Integrity3. Excellence4. Inclusion5. Unity6. CompassionGOALS AND OBJECTIVESThe College of Lake County sets forth the following Strategic Pillars and Definitions for Fiscal Years2020-2024:Strategic Pillar 1: Access and Success for StudentsDefinition: Facilitate learning through a student-ready systemic design framework focused oncreating an ideal and equitable student experience. Intentionally design curriculum to provideclear paths for all student entry points and a seamless transition to transfer or career.Strategic Pillar 2: Equity and InclusionDefinition: Create success for every student and employee by providing a supportive, barrier-freeenvironment that enables them to achieve academic, career and personal goals.Strategic Pillar 3: Teaching and Learning ExcellenceDefinition: Achieve teaching and learning excellence by empowering full-time and adjunct facultyin their central role in the Lancer Success Framework, including the examination of pedagogythrough data, engagement in meaningful professional development and the integration ofacademic supports with classroom learning and student feedback.Strategic Pillar 4: Community and Workforce PartnershipsDefinition: Facilitate the economic vitality of Lake County’s diverse communities throughcollaborative partnerships with workforce and educational partners to ensure a sufficient skilledworkforce talent pipeline.6 2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog

MISSION AND GOALSStrategic Pillar 5: Collaborative CultureDefinition: Facilitate student learning through a values-based, student-focusedcollaborative culture that upholds individual, team and organizational accountability.Strategic Pillar 6: Strategic Use of ResourcesDefinition: Ensure a sustainable and fiscally sound College through nimble,prudent use of resources focused on maximizing student success outcomes,achieving revenue growth and ensuring state-of-the-art physical and virtualenvironments to serve the diverse needs of Lake County.COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY LEARNING OUTCOMESThe goal of the CLC Learning Outcomes is to prepare students for lifelong learning,to maintain high academic standards and to advance student success in futureacademic work and careers. The skills represented in the learning outcomes aredeveloped by completing coursework across the curriculum and by participating instudent organizations and clubs.Critical ThinkingIdentify issues, define vital questions and analyze evidence that lead to wellreasoned judgments and conclusionsOral CommunicationCommunicate ideas verbally that are well-organized, appropriate to audienceand purpose and use an effective deliveryWritingCompose well-organized and well-supported texts that are appropriate to audienceand purpose and that, when applicable, demonstrate the ability to integrate theideas of othersReadingComprehend a variety of texts in order to enhance understanding of contentand make inferences that lead to new insights and ideasInformation LiteracyFind, analyze and use information in order to answer questions, develop newquestions, and create knowledge through ethical participation in learningcommunitiesQuantitative LiteracyCompute, reason and solve quantitative problems from a wide arrayof authentic contexts and everyday life situationsTechnological CompetencySelect and apply contemporary forms of technology tosolve problems, compile information or produce a productDiversity and Social JusticeEngage with and learn from ideas, beliefs and behaviors different from one’s own.Identify concrete ways to contribute to a fair and just world2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog7

STUDENT RESOURCESHOURS OF OPERATIONThese hours are generally maintained during the semester while classes are in session.There may be exceptions during summer session, breaks or holidays.GRAYSLAKE CAMPUSLAKESHORE CAMPUSBookstore Monday-Thursday: 7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.(First two weeks of Fall and Springsemesters, open until 8 p.m.) Friday: 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Lancerzone/Campus Store Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.www.clcillinois.eduHOURSANDC O N TA C T SCampus Store Monday-Thursday: 7:45 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday: 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday: ONLY open the Saturdaybefore and after classes begin,9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Fitness and Athletics Center Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday/Sunday: ClosedLibrary (spring and fall semesters) Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.Testing Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.Tutoring Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Welcome and One Stop Center Admissions, Financial Aidand RecordsMonday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CashiersMonday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.8 2020-2021 College of Lake County (spring and fall semesters)Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.Student Services Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Testing Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Tutoring Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.SOUTHLAKE and Student Support Center Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Lancerzone/Campus Store Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.Library (spring and fall semesters)Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.Testing Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Tutoring Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday/Saturday: Closed

H O U R S A N D C O N TA C T SQuestions regarding any specific aspect of CLC programs should be referred to the office most directly responsible. All written correspondence shouldbe sent to the college at 19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake, IL 60030-1198. Telephone inquiries should go to the number listed with each office.Questions on:Accommodations for Students with DisabilitiesAdmissionsAdult EducationAdvisementFitness and Athletics CenterBiological and Health Sciences divisionBookstore (BookStop)Business and Social Sciences divisionCampus Store (LancerZone)Career and Job Placement CenterChargebacks and Joint Educational AgreementsCoaching for Academic SuccessCommunication Arts, Humanities and Fine Arts divisionCenter for Personal EnrichmentCollege Readiness and Dual CreditCounseling and Psychological ServicesCounseling, Advising and Transfer CenterEngineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences divisionFacilitiesFinancial AidHealth CenterHuman ResourcesInternational StudentsInternshipsLibrary (Murphy Library)Nursing EducationPersonal EnrichmentPolicePublic Relations and MarketingRecruitmentStudent ActivitiesStudent RecordsStudy AbroadTesting CenterTitle IXTuition PaymentTutoring CenterVeterans InformationWelcome and One Stop CenterWorkforce and Professional Development InstituteCall:Grayslake Campus Room(847) 543-2474(847) 543-2061(847) 543-2021(847) 543-2060(847) 543-2046(847) 543-2042(847) 543-2086(847) 543-2047(847) 543-2086(847) 543-2059(847) 543-2061(847) 543-2763(847) 543-2040(847) 543-2022(847) 543-2030(847) 543-2032(847) 543-2060(847) 543-2044(847) 543-2080(847) 543-2062(847) 543-2064(847) 543-2065(847) 543-2344(847) 543-2058(847) 543-2070(847) 543-2043(847) 543-2980(847) 543-2081(847) 543-2094(847) 543-2090(847) 543-2280(847) 543-2015(847) 543-2733(847) 543-2076(847) 543-2464(847) 543-2085(847) 543-2072(847) 543-2018(847) 543-2000(847) 543-2990B171B114K BuildingA124F 51A124T302A043B114C176T102B172A111Library (L L131B113B114E186(847) 543-2191(847) 543-650133 N. Genesee St., Waukegan, IL 600851120 S. Milwaukee Ave., Vernon Hills, IL 60061Other CampusesLakeshore Campus ( Campus ( of ClassesCheck the CLC website: www.clcillinois.eduFor campus-wide cancellations, announcements of day class cancellations will begin by 5 a.m. Announcements of evening class (those beginning4 p.m. or later) cancellations will begin by 3 p.m. An automated message will be placed on the telephone system during hours when theswitchboard is closed. In any case, use your good judgment!2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog9STUDENT RESOURCESCONTACT INFORMATION

STUDENT RESOURCESSTEP 1Complete a StudentAdmission FormBECOMINGA CLCSTUDENTYou may complete the form online CLC will processthe form within one business day, however, itmay take up to 10 business days before youreceive your official acceptance letter in themail. Visit call (847) 543-2090 for information aboutrequirements for students under age 18and for admission to academic programswith additional requirements. Additionalinformation regarding admissions policiescan be found on page 19.Printed Admission Forms are available at allthree CLC campuses. If you have any questionsabout the application process, contactEnrollment Services at info@clcillinois.eduor call (847) 543-2090.Admission Informationfor Non-U.S. CitizensIf you are not a U.S. citizen and have questionsabout attending the college, contact theAdmissions Office at (847) 543-2061.STEP 2Learn your CLC myLoginand set up your accountWhen your application has been processed,you will be given a CLC myLogin username andtemporary password as part of the admissionprocess. If you provided an email address onyour application, your username and passwordwill be emailed to you. All new students will alsoreceive an official admission letter with theirlogin information via U.S. Mail. Your usernameand password will give you access to the myCLCPortal, including myStudentCenter, your sourcefor registration information, class search, addingand dropping classes, making payments, viewingyour class schedule, grades, transcript and manyother features. Once you have your usernameand temporary password, you can set up youraccount at 2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog

BECOMING A CLC STUDENTDemonstrate that you meetproficiencies and prerequisitesYou may be able to demonstrate proficienciesby receiving credit for prior learning (seepage 21.) Additionally, some courses, such ascollege-level mathematics, may have otherprerequisites. Prerequisites for courses areincluded with the course listings in classschedules and this catalog.Have your documentation for proficiencies andprerequisites sent to the Office of Admissions,19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake, IL 60030.Or use fax (847-543-3061) or email( questions about proficiencies orprerequisites, call (847) 543-2061. Forinformation about taking the CLC placementtest, call the Testing Center at (847) 543-2076.ProficienciesCLC has established language and mathematics(basic algebra readiness) proficiencyrequirements. These proficiencies are basicrequirements for college-level courses.There are a number of ways for students todemonstrate they are proficient and these aredescribed on page 12.PrerequisitesThere are several types of prerequisites thatmay apply to courses, and these must be metprior to enrolling. Students who attempt toenroll without having met a prerequisite willsee an error message “Requisites not met,”and should check the course description formore information.Placement Test Prerequisites are used todetermine a student’s appropriate beginningcourse level for mathematics, computerinformation technology, administrative officesystems, English as a Second Language andadult basic education. Tests are availablefree of charge at the Testing Center.Call (847) 543-2076 for details.Course Prerequisites are required when thestudent should have specific knowledge orskills in order to benefit from the course.Course Corequisites are required when thestudent should be enrolled in multiple coursesat the same time (unless the corequisite wascompleted in a prior term).STEP 6Official TranscriptsAn official transcript is one that is sent directlyfrom a prior institution to the Records Office.If your name has changed, please request thatyour new name is on the transcript.Complete the registration processOfficial transcripts will only be reviewed fortransfer credit if a Request for Evaluation ofPrior College Transcript form is submitted tothe Office of Registrar and Records. Forms areavailable at 4Apply for financial aidand scholarshipsSTEP 7If you are concerned about paying for college,apply for financial aid (see page 34). CLC offersa complete package of financial aid options(state and federal grants, scholarships, loansand work-study). We encourage studentsto apply, even if they think they may not beeligible. Many factors go into determiningfinancial aid eligibility, so don’t assume youwon’t qualify. For information, contact theWelcome and One Stop Center in Room B114at the Grayslake Campus, call (847) 543-2062or visit’s federal financial code is 007694.Pay Tuition and Feesby the due dateSTEP 5Attend a New StudentOrientation (NSO) sessionIf you completed high school within the lasttwo years and have not attended any othercollege or university, you are required toattend an in-person NSO session, whichincludes an academic planning meeting withan Academic Advisor, a meeting with a financialaid representative and class registrationassistance. Complete steps 1 through 4,and then register for an in-person NSOat you graduated from high school more thantwo years ago, it is recommended that youcomplete the online NSO, which can be foundat Complete steps1 through 4, and then meet with an academicadvisor or student development counselorfor assistance with course selection andregistration. For information on meeting withan advisor or student development counselor,call (847) 543-2060.If you did not register during a New StudentOrientation, use of this catalog may help youto select your classes, or see an advisor orstudent development counselor to getspecific guidance for your interests.Register using the student portal (“myCLC”at If you need personalassistance, come to the Welcome and OneStop Center, Room B114, Grayslake Campus,the Student Services office at the LakeshoreCampus or the Campus and Student SupportCenter, Room V130, at the Southlake Campus.CLC enforces tuition payment deadlines, so itis important to make payment arrangementsby your payment due date. To avoid beingdropped for nonpayment, students shouldset up an installment payment plan, pay 40%or more of their balance due, or owe 500 orless. Financial aid students are eligible for aninstallment payment plan under the “deferred”option. The installment plan only goes intoeffect if your aid does not cover your full tuitionand fee obligation. Students will be droppedfrom their classes if they have not madepayment arrangements. Veterans: Refer to theVeteran’s Request for Certification Form forpayment plan requirements, or contact VeteranStudent Services at (847) 543-2018.Visit for detailson drop dates and payment options. For moreinformation about tuition payment, call(847) 543-2085. For information aboutfinancial aid, call (847) 543-2062.STEP 8Get your textbooksCLC has a bookstore on each campus,with the Grayslake Campus stockingbooks for all classes. Ordering online is the bestway to find out pricing and availability. Orderscan be picked up at any campus or shipped toyour home. When buying in store, please printthe Course Material List from myStudentCenterto order. Currently, over 350 titles can berented. Information can be found on the CLCBookstore website or by calling (847) 543-2086.2020-2021 College of Lake County Catalog11STUDENT RESOURCESSTEP 3

STUDENT RESOURCESBECOMING A CLC STUDENTCOLLEGE READING ANDWRITING READINESSTransfer or Adult StudentsIncoming students are assessed for CollegeReading and Writing Readiness by meetingany ONE of the following in the appropriatecategory: Evidence of an associate or higher degreefrom a regionally accredited, degree-grantingU.S. college or university.First-Time College Student Confirmed top one-third rank in high schoolclass upon graduation (or current top onethird high school rank after at least fivesemesters) based on unweighted GPA. Cumulative unweighted high school GPA of3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or better after at least fivesemesters (applies only to CLC courses takenafter May 2018). American College Test (ACT), Reading: Scoreof 17 or above, and English: Score of 17or above. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), EvidenceBased Reading and Writing Score of 470or above (prior to March 1, 2016; CriticalReading Score of 450 or above; March 1,2015 Verbal Score of 450 or above). In theabsence of an SAT score, equivalent PSATscores may be used within two years of thePSAT test date. Partnership for Assessment of Readiness forCollege and Careers (PARCC) ELA III score of 5. General Educational Development (GED)2014: CLC English Placement Test or ELIACCUPLACER required. GED (prior to 2014)transcript, Reading and Writing Skills: Scoreof 550 or above. Score of 165 or above fortest taken January 1, 2014 or later.English Language LearnersMay qualify through one of the First-timeCollege Student criteria or one of the following: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL),Computer-based test: Score of 197 or above,Paper-based test: Score of 527 or above, orInternet-based score of 71 or above. International English Language TestingSystem (IELTS) Academic Format: scoreof 6.0 or above.May qualify through one of the First-timeCollege Student criteria or one of the following: Transcript from a regionally accredited,degree-granting U.S. college or universitylisting at least 30 semester hours of creditwith no grade below C. Transcript from a regionally accredited,degree-granting U.S. college or universitylisting credit earned to meet College Readingand Writing Readiness requirements.Note: Student may submit unofficial transcriptsto meet proficiencies. Transcripts must includeyour name and the college/university name.Transcripts should be sent to the Officeof Registrar and Records, and may befaxed (847) 543-3012 or emailed CLC Students Successful completion of CLC ENG 108 witha grade of A or ENG 109 with a grade of Cor higher, or ENG 121 and ENG 100 with agrade of C or higher in ENG 121. Please note,as of Spring 2020, ENG 109 will no longerbe offered. Successful completion of CLC ELI 108 witha grade of A, or ELI 109 with a grade ofC or higher. Successful completion of both CLC ELI 103AND 104 with a grade of A; or ELI 110 witha grade of C or higher.If you do not meet any of the criteria above,you can take the CLC English Placement Test orELI Accuplacer Test available at the CLC TestingCenters: Transcripts from another country shouldbe translated and evaluated by an appropriatethird-party organization and then submitted todetermine if College Reading and Writing andBasic Algebra Readiness requirements are met. ELS Language Centers and ELS EducationalServices, Academic Report: completingLevel 112.Please visit for more information.12 2020-2021 College of Lake County CatalogBASIC ALGEBRA READINESSIncoming students are assessed for BasicAlgebra Readiness by meeting any ONE ofthe following in the appropriate category:First-Time College Student Confirmed top one-third rank in high schoolclass upon graduation (or current top onethird high school rank after at least fivesemesters) based on unweighted GPA. Cumulative unweighted high school GPA of3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or better after at least fivesemesters (applies only to CLC courses takenafter May 2018). American College Test (ACT), Math: Score of17 or above. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), Math: Scoreof 490 or above for test taken March 2016or later; score of 450 or above for test takenbefore March 2016. In the absence of an SATscore, equivalent PSAT scores may be usedwithin two years of the PSAT test date. General Educational Development (GED)transcript, Mathematics: Score of 145 orabove for test taken January 1, 2014 or later;score of 550 or above for test taken beforeJanuary 2014. Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC)transcript, Mathematics content area scoreof 500 or above. High School Equivalency Test (HiSET)transcript, Mathematics subtest scoreof 8 or above.

BECOMING A CLC STUDENTMay qualify through one of the First-timeCollege Student criteria or one of the following: Evidence of an associate or higher degreefrom a regionally accredited, degree-grantingU.S. college or university. Transcript from a regionally accredited,degree-granting U.S. college or universitylisting credit equivalent to MTH 101 (with agrade of C or better) or higher level coursesat CLC.Note: Student may submit unofficial transcriptsto meet proficiencies. Transcripts must includeyour name and the college/university name.Transcripts should be sent to the Officeof Registrar and Records, and may befaxed (847) 543-3012 or emailed PLACEMENTAND PREREQUISITESFOR MATH COURSESDepending on a student’s program of s

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