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Illinois Central College offers the education you need to get on your way to a new career or start your pathway to a four-year college or university. We offer more than 100 different programs of study with small class sizes, caring faculty, and plen...
Kelly Finck, of El Paso, Ill., was named to the Dean's List at Illinois Central College for the Fall 2017 semester. The academic honor is presented to students who earn a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point av...Fall 2017
Kelly Finck, of El Paso, Ill., was named to the Illinois Central College Dean's List for the spring 2017 semester. Students receiving the Dean's List honor earned a 3.5 - 3.99 grade point average o...Spring 2017
Kelly Finck, of El Paso, Ill., was named to the Dean's List at Illinois Central College for the Fall 2016 semester. The academic honor is presented to students who earn a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point av...Fall 2016
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ICC Vocal Jazz students, under the direction of Julie Clemens, had the amazing opportunity to sing on the main stage of the famed House of Blues in New Orleans over winter break! ICC's premier jazz singing group traveled to the Jazz Education Network's 2017 JENerations Jazz Festival and international conference in January. While at the conference, students were given the opportunity to sing at the House of Blues Gospel Brunch. With only a moment's notice, ICC Vocal Jazz gave a spectacular, once-in-a-lifetime performance. They also were able to sing for national renowned jazz professionals and grow their craft through seminars and live performances from the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the UNT Jazz Singers, and others. Congratulations to ICC's outstanding student vocalists!Winter 2016-2017Verified by Illinois Central College
ICC Chamber Singers recently took time out from their music retreat to sing a great spiritual for the guests dining at the Loaves and Fish feeding ministry at the First United Methodist Church in Peoria, Ill. A Loaves and Fish volunteer told the group that they had an unexpected effect on one of their reserved weekly guests. The volunteer said that, as the students started to sing, the woman stopped eating and turned to listen with a smile on her face. The volunteer said it is the first time she has seen this guest smile in months. Thank you, ICC Chamber Singers, for spreading your joy of music!Fall 2016Verified by Illinois Central College
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