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Student Handbook Welcome
Welcome to Illinois Valley Community College! I want to thank you for choosing IVCC for the next step in your education. IVCC is proud of its tradition of academic excellence in the Illinois Valley since 1924. There are a number of opportunities for you at IVCC and I encourage you to take advan-tage of as many of them as you can during your time here.
This online handbook includes a lot of information including course and campus information, emergency information, technoloyg information, and the Student Code of Conduct. In addition, all of the Student Right to Know information that is emailed to students each semester is included as well.
It is important for students to be aware of their rights and responsibilities. If you have suggestions to help us improve our services, or if you want to tell us how we are doing, be sure to use the comment boxes located around campus or online. We take your feedback seriously and are always working to improve. I wish you the best during your time at IVCC and look forward to serving you.
Interim Associate Vice President
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ILLINOIS VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGEBack To Top
IVCC teaches those who seek and is enriched by those who learn.Back To Top
Leading our community in learning, working and growing.Back To Top
Core ValuesBack To Top
We will follow through on our commitments, welcome constructive assess-ment and suggestions for improvement. We will meet performance expectations for personal and professional conduct. We will be account-able for appropriate, efficient, and effective use of resources.Back To Top
We will nurture a culture of mutual appreciation, cultivate empathy and a compassionate response to others.Back To Top
We speak and act truthfully, without hidden agenda – saying when we make mistakes or do not know, avoiding silence when it may be misleading, identifying and working with each other to communicate and solve problems.Back To Top
We treat students and colleagues equitably, without favoritism or prejudice, giving all the benefit of the doubt and providing opportunities for individual success.Back To Top
We will consider all the talents, feelings and contributions of all in our interactions and behaviors; practice active listening and collaborating in our daily work; base our relationships on the essential dignity of each individual, value diverse cultures, backgrounds, lifestyle and abilities; understand that inclusion makes us stronger and able to perform at higher levels.