CLC News

CLC trustees vote to restart $47.9 million Lakeshore Campus expansion
The College of Lake County Board of Trustees Feb. 27 approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Illinois Capital Development Board (CDB) to restart the $47.9 million Waukegan (Lakeshore) Campus renovation and expansion project. For more information, visit
College of Lake County opens registration March 8 for summer and fall classes
Begin your bachelor’s degree, work toward an associate degree or certificate, start a new career or develop your talents at the College of Lake County. Registration opens March 8 for Summer Session, which offers two start dates: May 15 and June 4; and for Fall Semester, which begins Aug. 20. For details,visit
CLC is the only college whose students conduct fitness tests for Chicago Blackhawks players
The Chicago Blackhawks, who have won three Stanley Cup championships in the last eight years, play with top-notch endurance, strength and muscle flexibility, due in part to dozens of College of Lake County health and wellness students and graduates. Since 2011, CLC students have helped assess the fitness levels of Blackhawks’ players during training camps. For details, visit
March 10: CLC hosts Science Olympiad
About 1,000 middle and high school science students will gather at the College of Lake County Saturday, March 10 for the Grayslake Regional Science Olympiad Competition. For more information, visit
March 15: CLC hosts Illinois Regional College Fair
How can high school students and their parents learn about nearly 175 colleges and universities in just one location? The Illinois Regional College Fair, hosted by the College of Lake County from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, March 15, is a great place for families to begin or continue the college search process.
The fair will take place in the Physical Education Center, Building 7, on the CLC Grayslake Campus. For details, visit

March 25: Taikoza group features traditional Japanese music, performance at the James Lumber Center
Thunderous rhythms of ancestral Japanese taiko drums, along with bamboo flutes and the koto (a 13-string instrument) are part of a highly visual, energetic performance of “Taikoza,” at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 25 at the College of Lake County’s James Lumber Center of the Performing Arts, 19351 W. Washington St. in Grayslake. For more information, visit

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