• Community College and SIUC Transition

    Individualized Two Plus Two Plans.  

    If you will be a community college student with a specific Bachelor’s degree in mind, Southern Illinois University Carbondale has something special for you.  Individualized Two Plus Two was designed to assist goal-oriented students in creating a plan for their community college curriculum.  Participation in this program will ensure the courses you are completing will transfer smoothly and seamlessly to SIUC. 

    The personalized assistance offered by this program will serve to reassure that you are on the most direct path to a Bachelor’s degree at SIUC.  The Two Plus Two Plan will save you two valuable things:  Time and Money. 

    To learn more about this program, contact Amanda Doepke at John A. Logan College SIUC Service Center in Room C204 or call her at (618) 985-2828, ext. 8295.  Amanda is available on Monday, Tuesday and Friday at John A. Logan College.


  •  John A. Logan College Health Care Programs

    To be admitted to most of the medical programs (Nursing, Medical Laboratory, Occupational Therapy, Surgical Tech, Sonography, etc.)

    students must:

    • be admitted to the College and have a student id before applying to the program;
    • apply to the program before registering for the pre-entrance exam; and
    • check email frequently throughout the admission process. Correspondence will only be sent via email.

    Each program has different admission criteria, which are in addition to the College’s general admission requirements.  A program application is required for each program, except Nursing Assistant. Complete the application either online in the MyJALC portal or at the Admissions Office (C201) by the deadline date listed on the JALC website. 

    A pre-entrance exam is required for each program except Massage Therapy and Nursing Assistant. Instructions on how to register online to take the pre-entrance exam and pay the exam fee by the test registration deadline is listed on the JALC website. There you will be able to view instructions, test dates, registration deadlines, and access the test registration link. 

    Current senior students interested in the above programs need to start planning NOW to take the entrance exam.  The exam dates vary among the programs and are listed on the JALC website  https://www.jalc.edu/admissions/restricted-allied-health-admission (If you wait until the end of the school year it will be too late to enroll in the medical programs for next school year.


  • Southern Illinois Healthcare Summer Internship Program

    Qualified students are eligible for a eight week internship program in Laboratory, Nursing, Radiology, Respiratory Therapy, Physical or Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy or other approved career fields.  Students entering their Junior and Senior year and graduating Seniors are eligible to apply.  Apply at http://www.sih.net/careers/student-opportunities/internship/ and click on Internship Application.  Deadline to apply is by May 1. 


  • NCAA Eligibility

     

    College Bound Student Athletes
     
    If you entering a Division I or II college or university, your NCAA initial eligibility will need to be evaluated.  A student athlete should apply for certification after his/her junior year in high school if he/she is planning on participating in intercollegiate athletics as a freshman at a Division I or II institution. 
     
    Students have two options for registering with the clearinghouse.  You may complete your registration on line at http://www.ncaaclearinghouse.net or by completing and mailing a Student Release Form provided in the Guidance Office.
     
    Important Note
     
    Prospective student athletes from Illinois cannot use the ACT results obtained from the PSAE administered to all juniors.  NCAA Division I and II rules require that the ACT or SAT test be taken on a national testing date.