Online classes can offer you flexibility to work toward your goals. Often, online courses are a great solution to balance family life, work and school. Online courses require self-discipline, good time management skills, and the ability to learn independently.
Students can complete the free OASIS assessment offered by Illinois Community Colleges Online (ILCCO). This assessment consists of a series of surveys that will help students determine if online learning is right for them.
After applying online, students can contact Counseling Services at 217-234-5232 or firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information.
Some online courses may require on-site proctoring for some exams in the proctoring lab located in the Tutoring and Testing Center. Additional proctoring sites are available at the Kluthe, Marshall, and Pana extension centers. Students can also make arrangements at alternative proctoring sites with qualified proctors. For more details on proctoring, please visit the Tutoring and Testing Center page.
Lake Land College uses Canvas which is a cloud-based software program that can be accessed from a web browser. In Canvas, instructors will share course materials, syllabi, lessons, and discussions. Log in to Canvas using your IRIS ID and password. View the semester checklist for students to prepare for online courses.
Contact Information Systems & Services at 217-234-5261 with any questions or difficulties you may have regarding Canvas. Information Systems & Services is located on the lower level of the Learning Resource Center.
Lake Land College offers textbook rental which equates to additional savings to our students. The College Bookstore offers a delivery service, allowing online students to take advantage of the rental system. Visit the Lake Land College Bookstore webpage to learn more.