Continuing Education Registration
How to Register for Classes 5. For Online Classes Only
• To get started with your online course please visit
Complete online orientation at www.ed2go.com/clc
1. Apply for Admission
New students and students who have not attended classes in 2 years
• Click the orientation link
must apply for admission in one of three ways:
• Type the name of your class in the search box to your right and
IN PERSON: At the Admissions and Records Office,
Room B 101, Grayslake Campus.
• Click on the class you registered for with the College of Lake
BY FAX or MAIL: The Student Information Form is on page 44P.
• Fax: (847) 543-3061
• Scroll down until you see the “enroll now” link and click on it
• Mail to: College of Lake County
• Select the date you wish to begin the class
Attn: Admissions and Records
• You will either need to log-in as you have before or if this is
19351 W. Washington Street
your first time taking an online course you will have to set up a
Grayslake, IL 60030-1198
new account and follow the instructions to complete the
1. INTERNET: www.clcillinois.edu/applyconted.asp
• If you have paid for the course click “already paid”
• If you have not yet paid for the course click “have not paid”
2. Learn your CLC Student ID and create your
• When completed the orientation click on the classroom button
When your application has been processed (usually within 2 working
days), you will receive your 7-digit CLC Student ID number in the mail. located at the top of the page.
Go to www.clcillinois.edu/newlogin to create your personal login. • Log in to your class with the email and password you previously
• If you have NEVER registered for a class at CLC, click entered.
“Create Login for New Students.” Enter your CLC ID, • Click on enter classroom
First and Last Name, and Birth Date (ex. mmddyy). • You will now be able to start your online class
• Returning students should click the link for “Create Login for
Active/Returning Students.” Your PIN was initially set to your
6-digit date of birth (mmddyy). When to Register
Follow the steps to create your login. It is very important that you
Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Scheduled hours for on-site or Web registration are:
remember your username and password, and that you choose security
questions with answers that you can remember. If you forget your Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
username and password, or would like to change your password or Saturday (August 15 & 22) 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
security questions, visit www.clcillinois.edu/managelogin.
Note: Occasionally the computer may not be accessible for
Web registration is available 24-hours a day
By Internet www.clcillinois.edu/selfserv.asp registration, but students are advised to keep trying.
3. Register for Continuing Education Classes
Use the class schedule to select your classes. The most current
schedule is available on the web. Before you can register, you must
establish your user login. Follow the instructions on the web at
• By Web from anywhere
Where to Register
www.clcillinois.edu/selfserv.asp. Once you have logged in, you may
continue on to register at anytime. If you need assistance with
registration, come to the Admissions office in B101 at the Grayslake • Grayslake Campus
Campus, the Student Services office at the Lakeshore Campus, or the
19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake
main office at the Southlake Campus.
• Lakeshore Campus
4. Pay Tuition and Fees 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan
To avoid being dropped from classes for non-payment, you must pay in
• Southlake Campus
full or enroll in the collegeʼs FACTS installment tuition payment plan by
your due date. Check the amount of your bill online by logging into 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills
myStudentCenter and selecting the “View, Pay or Setup FACTS Plan”
link. Financial aid is not available for Continuing Education classes. 43P
Continuing Education — Student Information Form
Web Application: www.clcillinois.edu/applyconted.asp
1. ] STUDENT STATUS 10. ] MAILING ADDRESS:
J Never attended CLC If you have a different address for the purpose of receiving
J Returning to CLC, enter 7-digit Student ID
mail you may list it below. You must also list your home
(if known) _____________________________________ address in question 8.
2. ] COMPLETE LEGAL NAME: _____________________________________________________
Number and Street
(Last) (First) (Middle) _____________________________________________________
City or Town
Former or Maiden Name:________________________________
3. ] SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (REQUIRED): State & Zip Code County (if Illinois)
_________________ – _________ – _______________ 11. ] TELEPHONE:
4. ] GENDER: J Male J Female Home: ( _________ ) __________ – __________________
Area Code Telephone Number
5. ] DATE OF BIRTH: ________ /________ /________
(REQUIRED) Month Day Year ( _________ ) __________ – __________________
Area Code Telephone Number
6. ] CITIZEN / VISA STATUS:
Are you a U.S. Citizen J YES J NO
12. ] E-MAIL ADDRESS:
If no, what is your status in the U.S.? ______________________________________________________
J Immigrant (Permanent Resident)
J Student Visa (F-1)
13. ] WILL ATTEND CLC BEGINNING:
J Other (please indicate type if known):
_____________________________________ J Fall (August-December)
If on a Visa, what is you home country of origin? J Spring (January-May)
J Summer (June-July)
7. ] ETHNIC / RACIAL DESCRIPTION:
Are you a Hispanic or Latino J YES J NO
14. ] CERTIFICATION:
Are you from one or more of the following racial groups? I understand that withholding information requested on this
application or giving false information may make me ineligible for
J Asian or Pacific lslander J Black Non-Hispanic
admission to the College or subject to dismissal. With this in mind,
J American Indian or J White Non-Hispanic
I certify that the above statements are correct and complete. (Your
Alaskan Native J Choose not to Respond
signature and date are required before CLC can process this
application.) The College of Lake County affirms and adheres to a
Which of the above-noted racial groups is your primary group?
policy of equal opportunity in all aspects of education and
8. ] HOME ADDRESS:
Must be listed to document legal residence for tuition assessment
and state reporting purposes: ______________________________________________________
Number and Street ______________________________________________________
City or Town MAIL TO: 19351 West Washington Street
______________________________________________________ Grayslake, Illinois 60030-1198
State & Zip Code County (if Illinois) FAX: (847) 543-3061
9. ] RESIDENCY:
J I have / J I have not
If you need assistance completing this form, please call the
been a resident of Lake County for 30 days prior to the first day of
Office of Admissions and Records at (847) 543-2061.
the semester in which I intend to enroll.
The following payment options are available for tuition and fees:
• Pay In-Person. The Grayslake Campus Cashierʼs office,
• Pay your Account in full online at
room A101, accepts cash, check, money order and credit
www.clcillinois.edu/selfserv.asp. Click the “Log in to
card payments. A night depository at the Cashierʼs Office is
myStudentCenter” link. After you have logged in, select View,
provided for your convenience. Cashier Hours: Monday-
Pay or Set up FACTS Plan. CLC accepts VISA, MasterCard,
Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Fridays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
American Express and all Novus cards including Discover.
Lakeshore Campus - Checks are accepted at the Student
Services Center. Southlake Campus – Checks are accepted
• Set up a FACTS Installment Payment Plan Online Each
in the administration office.
Semester. The plan allows you to make payments on tuition,
fees and other student charges including childcare throughout
• Pay by Phone with Credit Card: Call (847) 543-2085 and
the semester. Some course fees, such as those for extended
select the option to speak to a cashier
travel, are not eligible for this plan.
Set up your plan online each semester using a credit card,
• Pay by Mail: Checks, money orders and credit card
debit card or bank account for automated bank payments
payments may be mailed to College of Lake County,
(ACH). A non-refundable enrollment fee is charged each term
Cashierʼs Office, 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake,
($25 for Spring, $15 for Summer, $25 for Fall). Detailed
Illinois 60030-1198. Make check or money order payable to
information and plans available can be found at
College of Lake County and include studentʼs name and ID
To set up a FACTS plan, log into myStudentCenter and
click on View, Pay or Set up FACTS Plan. See the FACTS
Installment Payment Plan Schedules below for details.
Please note: A FACTS deferred payment plan option
(see “financial aid” bullet below) is available to students who
have demonstrated financial aid eligibility for the semester.
You may be dropped for all classes if you have not paid in full, set up a payment plan or
demonstrated eligibility for financial aid by your published due date as shown below.
If you register during The drop date
The due date is:
these periods: (and time) is:
FALL 2009 FALL 2009 FALL 2009
April 13 Through August 3, 2009 Monday, August 3, 2009 Tuesday, August 11, 2009 (10 pm)
August 4 through September 1, 2009 Tuesday, September 1, 2009 Wednesday, September 9, 2009 (10 pm)
September 2, 2009 and later Three weeks from enrollment No drop scheduled
Your account must be paid in full before you can register for the next term.
Previously extended pay plans will be the exception
Questions about how to pay?
Call (847) 543-2085 or (847) 543-2231.
FACTS Installment Withdrawals and Refunds
Tuition and fee refunds will be issued to eligible students based
upon the effective date of official withdrawal, which is
Payment Plan Schedule
by the date a request for withdrawal is recorded by the Office
of Admissions and Records.
Last Day to Enroll Down Payment Required Number of Payments Months of Payment
July 2 none 5 July-November
Payments on the 5th of the month
August 3 none 4 August-November
August 25 20% 3 September-November
September 8 30% 2 October-November Students who stop attending class without notifying CLC will be
withdrawn by the institution using a date of last attendance
July 16 none 5 July-November
Payments on the 20th of the month
determined by the instructor. Students who are unofficially
August 18 none 4 August-November
August 29 3 September-November withdrawn are not eligible for any tuition/fees refund. This
September 8 30% 2 October-November includes students who register and never attend class.
Note: All down payments are processed immediately!
Other Important Payment Refund Schedule
Information Withdrawal on or before start
of class = 100 percent refund
Current Tuition & Fee Charges
To view your current balance, log into myStudentCenter and click
on View, Pay or Set up FACTS Plan or call (847) 543-2085 and
Withdrawal BEFORE 15 percent
select the option to speak to a cashier during regular office hours.
of class days pass = 100 percent refund
Withdrawal AFTER 15 percent
Drop for Non-Payment of Tuition & Fees of class days pass = no refund
Any students who have not met their payment responsibility by
paying in full, enrolling in the FACTS installment payment plan or
secured Financial Aid by their due dates may be dropped from
ALL classes for non-payment. Note: Third party documents/ Withdrawal the day
arrangements are recognized as payment towards your tuition. before class = 100 percent refund
Billing Statements Withdrawal on or after
A billing statement will be sent at a later date on unpaid accounts.
day of class = no refund
However, it is the studentsʼ responsibility to meet their payment
deadlines to avoid being dropped from classes.
Students must officially withdraw by the refund dates listed in the
student's class schedule to cancel their financial obligation. To
locate your refund deadline(s), sign onto myStudentCenter and
click on the academic calendar deadlines icon 31i next to the
class within your term schedule under Academics.
All unpaid tuition and fees will be subject to the collection
procedures of the college, including placing holds on future
registration, withholding transcripts and check-cashing privileges
and possibly referring the matter to a collection agency.
Tuition Costs Are You 60 Years Old or Older?
The total cost for each class is provided in the individual course All in-district residents who are 60 years of age or older at time of
listings in this schedule. For non-credit courses, the total cost registration may enroll in credit courses offered by the college at
includes the course fee and any additional fees for equipment or one-half the regular tuition rate, with all other fees remaining
supplies. For credit courses, the total cost is based on CLCʼs per unchanged. Residents who are 65 or older at the time of
credit hour tuition and fee rate plus any additional fees for registration and who qualify financially according to Illinois Statute,
equipment and supplies. The bill you receive will be itemized to may enroll in credit courses offered by the college without paying
show these components. tuition or activity fees.
Official Withdrawals: Business Educational Service Agreement
You may officially withdraw from a class on the web at Students who live outside of the College of Lake County's district
www.clcillinois.edu or by coming in person to the Office of and are currently employed 35 or more hours a week in the
Admissions and Records on the Grayslake Campus, the College of Lake County's district can enroll at CLC under the
Lakeshore Campus in Waukegan or the Southlake Campus in Business Educational Service Agreement and pay the current in-
Vernon Hills. On the Grayslake and Lakeshore campuses, the district tuition rate including prevailing comprehensive fee
business hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday regardless of their place of residence. For more information,
and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday. Call the Southlake Campus at contact the Admissions Office
(847) 478-1833 for business hours. at (847) 543-2061.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your withdrawal is
completed on time. For one-day classes, you must Special Program for Public Aid Recipients
The Public Assistance Program offers Adult Education vocational
withdraw the prior day to avoid penalty.
skills and GED classes at no cost to public aid recipients. For
The deadlines for each course will be listed on the individual additional information, contact the Public Assistance Program,
schedule of classes sent to students after they register. Building 4, (847) 543-2021.
Students may also determine the withdrawal deadlines for
each course by consulting the schedule of classes appearing
on the CLC web site at www.clcillinois.edu. These dates will
be posted by the start of the semester or session.
A full refund of tuition and fees is granted if the
college cancels a class.
When academically advisable, the administration may approve
full or partial refunds of tuition or fees when students exchange
one course for another.
When a student is unable to attend class due to uncontrollable
and unforeseen circumstances such as extended hospitalization,
a prorated tuition and fee refund may be made based upon a
documented Request for Adjustment. This adjustment form may
be obtained from the cashierʼs window.
For questions regarding refunds call (847) 543-2222.
Admission and Records; Counseling, Parking
Advisement and Transfer Center; and On the Grayslake campus, student parking spaces are
Financial Aid Office available in lots 2-6. Disabled students with proper
identification on their vehicles may park in any of the 48,
Admission and Records; Counseling, Advisement and 16 foot-wide “disabled only” parking spaces located in lots
Transfer Center; and Financial Aid Office are normally 1 and 7. Otherwise, lots 1, 7 & 8 are restricted to Staff
open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and Only (permits required). Parking spaces are available for
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Fridays. Offices close at Lakeshore Campus students in the municipal garage
4:30 p.m. when classes are not in session unless behind the building. At Adlai Stevenson High School,
registration is underway. students should park in lot D. There are no parking
restrictions at the Southlake Campus except for “disabled
Bookstores only” spaces.
Bookstores operate on each CLC campus—Grayslake,
Lakeshore (Waukegan) and Southlake (Vernon Hills). Public Transportation
Regular hours of operation and services are available at Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) buses numbered
www.clcillinois.edu/bookstore. 570 and 572 service CLC Monday through Saturday. Each
bus originates from a different area in Lake County. Bus
Campus Police schedules are available at the information desk in the main
lobby on the Grayslake campus. The Lakeshore Campus is
Campus Police is a law enforcement department that is
served by a large number of RTA buses from many
open 24 hours every day. The office is located in A151,
surrounding communities. For information, call RTA at
where information is available on services, procedures and
the Campus Crime Act. (Crime statistics are published on 1-800-972-7000.
CLCʼs web site at www.clcillinois.edu as required by the
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Policy Smoking/Clean Air Act
and Campus Crime Statistics Act.) The Campus Police Smoking and the use of tobacco products are prohibited in
office can be reached at (847) 543-2081 (non-emergency), all college buildings and vehicles. On the Grayslake and
(847) 223-0134 (TTY) or ext. 5555 Lakeshore campuses, smoking is only allowed 15 feet
(on-campus emergency). away from designated outside areas. At the Southlake
Campus, smoking is allowed in the parking lot but not on
Health Center sidewalks or at outside entrances. See CLCʼs web site for
A Health Center is located in Room A149 on the Grayslake details.
Campus. Services include immunizations and health
education programs. Student Discrimination & Complaint
Job Placement The college has developed policies prohibiting harassment
Job Placement services are available to students, alumni and discrimination in any of its education programs,
and community residents in the Office of Career and activities or employment practices. These policies, and
Placement Services (in the Job Center of Lake County in procedures for filing complaints are outlined in the college
Building E on the Grayslake Campus). Call (847) 543-2059 catalog. To receive a copy of the catalog, contact the
for information. admission and records office at (847) 543-2061, room
B101 on the Grayslake Campus.
Use is open to all Lake County residents as well as Office for Students with Disabilities
students. The John C. Murphy Memorial Library is on the The Office for Students with Disabilities (L112 on the
Grayslake Campus and library materials can be ordered Grayslake Campus) offers support services and academic
through the Lakeshore Campus Learning Assistance accommodations to students with documented disabilities.
Center and at the Southlake Campus library. To schedule an appointment, call (847) 543-2055 or
TTY (847) 223-0134.
More information on these and other services is available at www.clcillinois.edu.
Grayslake Campus Map / 19351 West Washington Street, Grayslake
A, B, & C - Administrative/Faculty Offices & Classrooms
D - Administrative/Faculty Offices, Classrooms
& Child Care Center
E - Job Center of Lake County JOBC
H - Ornamental Horticulture
JLC - James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts
Theatres, Classrooms, Offices and Box Office
L - Library/Learning Resource Center
T - Technology Wing
4 - Adult Education
7 - Physical Education Center
HST - Lake County High Schools
Student & Visitor - Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
Staff - Lots 1, 7, 7a, 3b & 8
Job Center of Lake County - Lot 3b
Visitor - Circle Drive & Lot 7
Lakeshore Campus Southlake Campus
1 North, 33 North & 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills
I Building V:
TO ROUTE 60
I 111 North Genesee
(North Building): Campus & Student
Classrooms Support Center
Development Classrooms ROUTE 21 - MILWAUKEE AVENUE
Computer Labs Conference Area
Dental Hygiene Glass Enclosed
Open Computer Lab
EN TER TER
PORT CLINTON JAMESTOWN
I 33 North Genesee
(South Building): Library / Learning
Administration Assistance Center
Bookstore Green Roofing
Childcare I Building R:
OLDE HALF DAY
I 1 North Genesee: Distance Learning
1 North &
Adult Education Room
Genesee CLC Parking
City Lot Parking
& CLC Parking 49P
Other CLC Campuses and Locations
CLC has three major educational
service centers: the Grayslake
Southlake Campus Great Lakes Center
Campus, the Lakeshore Campus in The College of Lake County – Southlake CLC has an office at the Great
Waukegan and the Southlake Campus is located at 1120 S. Milwaukee Lakes Naval Base to serve active
Campus in Vernon Hills. CLC also Ave., Vernon Hills, IL, offers close-to duty military personnel, their family
offers classes at the Great Lakes home convenience for south Lake members, DOD employees, and
Center. County residents. civilian students.
The Great Lakes Center is
In 2007 the college opened a new located in the Navy Lifelong Learning
47,000+square foot classroom building Center, Building 617, second floor,
at Southlake. The new building features Room 209.
Lakeshore Campus, Waukegan, a science laboratory, four computer labs,
serves the northeast portion of the a library, a learning center, full time and Office Hours:
CLC district at a location convenient adjunct faculty offices, and a conference Monday–Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm
to the shoreline communities. The room suitable for community and
campus provides a full range of business meetings. Book Sales:
academic and support services. Monday - Thursday:
The Southlake Bookstore is located on August 24-27, 2009;
the first floor of the V building, V134. August 31-September 1, 2009;
Beginning July 1, 2009, the Hours of October 21-22, 2009;
The Lakeshore operation are 8:30 am - 8:30 pm, October 26-28, 2009
Campus features Monday – Thursday, 8:30 am – 1:30 pm (if needed);
a full-service bookstore, a child-care on Friday. The Bookstore is opened on
center for students and staff, state- Saturdays the week before and after the Hours: 4:00 pm-8:00 pm
of-the-art laboratory facilities and beginning of the semester. Hours may Non-military personnel are
free parking spaces in the nearby vary during college breaks. For more required to obtain a Base Pass
municipal parking lot. information, call 847-543-6530. prior to the start of class to gain
entrance to the Naval Base.
Please call (847) 543-2972 for
OFF CAMPUS CENTERS
111 North Genesee Street
1 Lakeshore Campus
Waukegan, IL 60085
TTY (847) 223-0134
1120 South Milwaukee Avenue
2 Southlake Campus
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Voice (847) 543-6501
TTY (847) 223-0134
Building 617, Second Floor, Room 209
3 Great Lakes Center
2 Great Lakes, IL 60088