Community Programs & Services
CLC Is Part of Your Community
- Academic Programs
Explore the educational options at CLC.
- College Readiness
Information to help families and students, from elementary through high school age, be successful at CLC or any college.
- Life-long Learning
Programs for professional development, personal enrichment, youth and seniors.
- John C. Murphy Memorial Library
The Library has more than 108,000 books, 675 periodicals and an extensive media collection in addition to an open computer lab and Learning Assistance Center.
- School Outreach Programs
The college supports several outreach programs for every grade level.
Court Programs and Support Services
- 19th District Circuit Court Programs
Court-ordered programs, including defensive driving courses, are offered through our Workforce and Professional Development Institute Judicial Services.
- Family Violence Coordinating Council
Family Violence Prevention trainings and resources on topics including domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse and sexual assault.
- Prevention Services Program
The Prevention Services Program is an excellent resource for academic or personal information on substance abuse prevention and wellness.
- Women's Center
The Women's Center serves the unique needs of the college's female students, staff and community members by providing a safe physical location and support services.
Arts and Entertainment
- Events at CLC
- Performing Arts Events
The James Lumber Center serves as a venue for professional touring events; performances for school groups; college theatre, music and dance, children's events and more!
- Robert T. Wright Community Gallery of Art
The gallery is committed to displaying the works of Illinois artists and increasing the visibility of nationally known artists in Lake County.
- Make Music at CLC
CLC's bands and choirs invite you to join.
- Willow Review
Willow Review is a non-profit journal published annually at the College of Lake County.
Health and Wellness
Resources for Job Seekers
News & Announcements
Fiber arts by Bonnie Peterson and Diane Cooper.
Bonnie Peterson and Diane Cooper textiles exhibit, May 24 - June 28
An exhibit of textiles by Bonnie Peterson and Diane Cooper will open May 24 at the Robert T. Wright Community Gallery of Art. Bonnie Peterson of Houghton, Mich., uses embroidery on textiles to communicate provocative environmental and social issues. Chicago artist Diane Cooper displays a Japanese aesthetic in her work. Her constructions employ fiber, leather, wood and bits of society’s debris.
Opening Reception: Friday, May 31, 7-9 p.m.
For more information, read the news release.
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College & Community News
College of Lake County co-hosts international gathering of higher ed administrators
CLC Foundation golf outing nets $35,000 for scholarships
Personal Success Program provides vocational skills training for young adults