Illinois Central College News
Browse past news stories for Illinois Central College in East Peoria, IL.
- Illinois Central College Theatre Program presents "The House of Blue Leaves" - Peoria Journal Star
Illinois Central College Theatre Program presents "The House of Blue Leaves"EAST PEORIA — The Illinois Central College Theatre program opens the season Friday with " ...
- Illinois Central College offers campus visits on Fridays - Illinois Business Daily
Parking is available in the visitor's lot, and tours of the school and campus housing will be offered. | File image. Illinois Central College will host camp ...
- Illinois Central College hosts Friday Campus Visit Days this fall - The Stark County News
Illinois Central College will host Campus Visit Days from 9:30 am to noon on Fridays this fall to give potential students information on various program options a ...
- Illinois Central College Receives $1.2 Million Grant - CIproud.com
The US Department of Education awarded $1.2 million to Illinois Central College. That money will fund a new program that will help about 500 students from Peoria High School and ...
- Harper staff chief named president of Illinois Central College - Chicago Daily Herald
Illinois Central College in East Peoria has chosen Sheila Quirk-Bailey, Harper College's chief of staff and vice president of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness, as its president, beginning July 1. "Serv ...
- Illinois Central College taps Harper administrator to be next president - Harper College News
Dr. Sheila Quirk-Bailey The Illinois Central College Board of Trustees has unanimously approved the selection of Dr. Sheila Quirk-Bailey to be their next college president. Dr. ...
- Illinois Central College Names New President - Peoria Public Radio
Illinois Central College Board of Trustees unanimously approved Sheila Quirk-Bailey to serve as its next President. Quirk-Bailey is coming from William Rainey Harper College in Palatine where she is serving as the Vice President of Institutional ...Illinois ...
- Relay For Life includes car show, carnival games at Illinois Central College April 23 - East Peoria Times-Courier
Saturday, April 23, is the Relay For Life of Northern Tazewell County from 4-10 p.m. at Illinois Central College. The goal is to raise $25,000 in the fight against cancer. The American Cancer Society is p ...
- Wells honored at Illinois Central College - Kankakee Daily Journal
... of this page; Font Size: Default font size: Larger font size. Posted: Friday, April 15, 2016 11:52 am. 0 comments. Skyler Wells, of Cissna Park, was recently named ...
- Illinois Central College students to present idea exchange on making the world a better place - Illinois Business Daily
Illinois Central College English students will give eight-minute idea exchange presentations in the “A Way with Words” event at 1:00 p.m. April 29. Illinois Central College English stude ...
- Plano alum Clarisa Martinez enjoys basketball career at Illinois Central College - Kendall County Now (subscription)
The Cougars, however, fell short of winning the title as they fell to Kansas City Kansas Community College in the NJCAA Division II National Tournament, 81-59. The second-place finish was ICC's h ...
- SUNY Sullivan president HIlgersom is finalist for presidency of Illinois Central College - Times Herald-Record
SUNY Sullivan issued the following prepared statement: “The SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees is fully aware that Dr. Karin Hilgersom has been named a finalist at Illinois C ...
- Illinois Central College Theatre Program tuition waiver auditions April 16 - Peoria Journal Star
EAST PEORIA — The Illinois Central College Theatre Program will hold its tuition waiver auditions for the fall 2016 semester at 9, 10 and 11 a.m. April 16 at the ICC Performing Art ...
- Illinois Central College honor students - The Stark County News
Illinois Central College, in East Peoria released the names of students who earned Dean's List honors during the Fall 2015 semester. The a ...
- Sculpture Walk piece purchased by Illinois Central College - Peoria Journal Star
PEORIA — Another sculpture in Sculpture Walk Peoria has been sold. Jaci Willis' “Spanish Dancer” has been purchased by Illinois Central College. It's the fourt ...
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