Departments

John A. Logan College Departments A–Z

  • Academic Advisement: This area assists both advisers and students with the process of selecting the right classes for the student's desired major. This is an important aspect of any student's college endeavor.
  • Admissions: Get answers to your questions about becoming a student.
  • Adult Basic/Secondary Education: Information regarding GED preparation, alternative high school classes, community and family literacy, or volunteering to be a tutor.
  • Allied Health and Public Service: Striving to meet the varied health care and public service education needs of our district.
  • Alumni & Friends Association: Provides opportunities for community members, current and former students, and graduates to serve JALC and its students, while also offering social and professional venues for its members.
  • Applied Technologies: Offers Occupational Certificates and Associate in Applied Science Degrees designed to prepare students to enter the workforce in fields such as automotive, manufacturing, construction and various other industrial fields.
  • Assessment Academy: An institution-wide commitment to assessment and improvement of student learning.
  • Athletics: Schedules, scores, news, and special event information on all of Logan's athletic teams.
  • Business Education: Preparing students to enter positions in the challenging and ever-changing work environment in business, industry, and government.
  • Campus Safety: News, alerts, and our ongoing crime log.
  • Career Services: Career services available to all students, graduates and alumni.
  • Center for Business & Industry: Devoted to training the unemployed, underemployed, and currently employed needing retraining and job upgrading courses and programs.
  • Center for Excellence: Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Leadership.
  • Child Care Resource and Referral: Information for parents about child care, and training and support for child care providers.
  • Continuing Education: Offers a variety of courses, lectures, tours and even vacation opportunities.
  • Educational Programming: Increase collaboration among the P-20 education partners; support developmental education; prepare high school students for college courses and employment opportunities; coordinate college-wide external grant funding efforts; support the Plus 50 Initiative; and enhance the diversity and cultural awareness of students, faculty and staff.
  • English: Offers a wide variety of classes in both the areas of composition and literature.
  • Facilities Scheduling: The John A. Logan College Banquet and Conference Center extends a cordial invitation to your organization to utilize our facilities for conferences, seminars and banquets. The center prides itself on excellent banquet facilities, easy access, free parking and attractive conference rooms in a tranquil surrounding.
  • Financial Aid: Assisting students and families in receiving the necessary financial support and resources to pursue a College education.
  • Foundation: Securing funds to support John A. Logan College students, programs, faculty development, and community and alumni outreach initiatives.
  • Humanities: Study of art, communications, languages, music, theater and philosophy.
  • Information Technology (IT): Supports College instructional and administrative use of technology.
  • Instruction/Term Faculty: Assigns courses and mentors to all term faculty in Social Science, Life Science, Physical Science, Humanities, English, Mathematics, Applied Technologies, Business, Alllied Health, and Public Service departments and is responsible for administrative evaluation of these term faculty.
  • International Education: Information about study abroad opportunities.
  • Learning Resources Center (LRC): Consists of Distance Learning, the Learning Lab, the Teaching and Learning Center, the Student Multimedia Center, and the Library.
  • Library: Offers access to books, databases, archives and other resources that will help you with your course work.
  • Life Sciences: Offers a wide selection of courses in the Biological Sciences, Health, and Physical Education.
  • Mathematics: Offers a wide variety of courses, ranging from basic arithmetic to the abstract concepts of higher mathematics.
  • Physical Science: The JALC Physical Science Department offers courses in Astronomy, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Environmental Science, and Physics for the non-science major and for the transfer student majoring in science, engineering, or career fields.
  • Social Science: Offers undergraduate general educational instruction in anthropology, education, geography, history, political science, psychology, sociology, social work, and interdisciplinary social sciences.
  • Student Activities and Cultural Events: Information about Student Activities, Cultural Events, and ways for students to get involved such as clubs and programs.
  • Student Success Center: Resources for students such as tutoring, the TRiO program and Disability Support Services.
  • Sustainability Center: Information about the Sustainability Center, the student Environmental Club, how the College is going "green", and what you can do to help.
  • Testing Services: Administers standardized testing such as the COMPASS Entry Placement Test, Restricted Health Care Program Admission and much more.
  • Veterans Resources: Assisting Veterans who are enrolled at JALC.
  • Workforce Development and Community Education (WDCE): The programs included within the umbrella of WDCE assist individuals seeking employment, career advancement, job upgrading, new careers, occupational and leisure-oriented continuing education and/or basic education.