REND LAKE COLLEGE ANNUAL NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
Rend Lake College does not discriminate in any of its policies on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or any other status protected by law. This notice applies to all areas of the college, including career technical education programs. A brief description of CTE offerings and admission criteria is below. Limited English-speaking skills will not be a barrier for admission or participation in educational programs.
CNA - Basic Nurse Assistant *
Computers & IT Systems
Early Childhood Education
EMT - Paramedic *
Heavy Equipment Technology
Industrial Electronics & Maintenance Technician
Medical Assistant *
Medical Support Specialist
Personal Care Aide
Truck Driver Training
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
General admission requirements to Rend Lake College include submitting a new student enrollment form, submitting official high school transcript with graduation posted or GED certificate, and submitting placement test scores or alternate assessment as determined by RLC or arranging for placement testing. Further admission information is available at https://www.rlc.edu/admissions.
* Special admission requirements may apply. See the official Rend Lake College Catalog at www.rlc.edu/catalog or contact Academic Advisement at .
Questions may be directed thusly:
- • Affirmative Action:
Kim Rogers, Affirmative Action Officer, Administration Building, Room 138 – Ext. 1201
and / or
Chad Copple, Affirmative Action Officer, Administration Building, Room 118 – Ext. 1237
- • Americans with Disabilities Act ()
Susan Cunningham, Section 504 Coordinator / Title II, North Oasis, Room 130 – Ext. 1204
- • Title IX ()
Chad Copple, Title IX Compliance Officer, Administration Building, Room 118 – Ext. 1237
Henry Leeck, Deputy Title IX Compliance Officer, Administration Building, Room 110 – Ext. 1790
Angie Kistner, Deputy Title IX Compliance Officer, Administration Building, Room 163 – Ext. 1221
Mailing Address: Rend Lake College, 468 N. Ken Gray Pkwy, Ina, IL 62846
Questions alternatively may be filed directly with the Office of Civil Rights at www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/index.html.