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Student Development provides a variety of programs and services that assist, serve, support and empower students to attain academic and personal success. Departments within Student Development are responsible for enhancing a student’s academic and campus life experience from their initial contact in the enrollment process, involvement in educational courses/programs, student government, activities/events and throughout their continued career at the college.

By enrolling in the college, each student agrees to conduct himself/herself in a manner consistent with the Student Rights and Responsibilities Policy and Procedures, the college’s educational purpose, and all local, state and federal laws. The Student Development Office is the point of contact for information relating to the Student Rights and Responsibilities Policy and Procedures and provides leadership in resolving student conduct and conflict issues. Any reports of discrimination and/or harassment incidents of misconduct are also investigated and resolved in accordance with these procedures and Title IX guidelines. At the conclusion of any student misconduct investigation, a determination is made to determine whether violations have occurred to determine what sanctions or outcomes are appropriate under the circumstance. The Student Development office strives to ensure that students are treated fairly, afforded due process and that grievances are investigated and addressed in keeping with student disciplinary procedures and that sanctions are applied consistently with college policies.

The Vice President (VP) of Student Development oversees the areas reporting to the Dean, Student Life; Dean, Enrollment Services; and Dean, Counseling/Advising/Transfer Center (CATC), and the Judicial Officer for Student Conduct.

Student Development provides student services through the following departments and their related programs:

Counseling, Advising and Transfer Center (CATC)

Dr. Sue Stock, Dean, Counseling, Advising, Transfer Center (CATC)

Enrollment Services

Erin Fowles, Dean, Enrollment Services

Student Development

Dr. Ken Kikuchi, Judicial Officer and Professor of Psychology

  • Student Conduct Office

Student Life

Teresa Aguinaldo, Dean, Student Life and Title IX Coordinator

See something, say something!

Be sure to report any incidents of student misconduct or any criminal behavior to CLC Police at Ext. 5555 on campus or (847)543-2081 from off campus as described in Reporting Student Behavior Concerns. Reported incidents of sexual misconduct or sexual discrimination, including incidents of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence or stalking will be shared with the Title IX Coordinator. Incidents of sexual misconduct or sexual discrimination can also be reported directly to the Title IX Coordinator at Ext. 2288 on campus or (847) 543-2288 from off campus.

Teresa Aguinaldo
Dean of Student Life and Title IX Coordinator
19351 West Washington Street
Room B106
Grayslake, IL 60030
(847) 543-2288