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In 1968, A. Harold Anderson and Paul W. Brandel donated 181 acres (73 ha) of land for the Grayslake Campus. Dr. Richard G. Erzen was named the first president; he was to serve until 1978. The first classes were held on the Grayslake campus on September 25, 1969; the enrollment then was 2,360 students who took 224 courses. Tuition fees in 1969 were $7 per semester hour. At first, classes were offered in a six-building pre-fabricated complex, constructed at a cost of approximately 1 million dollars. In December 1969, a referendum passed authorizing construction of a permanent campus.

In 1974, the A and B wings were completed on the Grayslake Campus and CLC received its first five-year accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The Learning Resource Center opened in 1980, followed by the C wing in 1986. In 1996, the D wing was completed and opened.

The Performing Arts Building was officially dedicated on March 8, 1997. The first full season began in September 1997. Since then, thousands of patrons have attended events held in the facility. In August 2003, the Performing Arts Building was officially renamed to the James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts recognizing founding trustee, James Lumber who served on the College of Lake County Board for over 35 years.

The college opened the technology building in 2005. A new science building is under construction at the Grayslake campus.

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Attend a CLC Massage Therapy information session.

18 years of age or older.

College Reading and Writing Readiness.

Medical/Physical Exam.

Criminal Fingerprinting Background Check.

Urine Drug Screen.

A GPA 2.0 or higher if student has a CLC GPA.

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The Office for Students with Disabilities offers a wide range of support for students needing accommodations.  Common accommodations are time extensions on exams, note takers, digital recorders, assistive technology, sign language interpreters and audio format tests and textbooks. We realize that the effects of a disability may change, which is why our process involves meeting with students each and every semester to renew accommodations and ensure individualized accommodations are made. 

 

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