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Illinois Valley Community College’s 2013-14 support staff service project will help several students pay increased GED testing fees.
The $1,344 raised will pay the equivalent of 11 students taking the complete test.
In 2014, the GED transitioned from paper to computer-based and the cost went from $50 to $120. Some GED students had difficulty paying even the $50, let alone the $120 and it further delayed their progress.
Support staff fundraising included a cookout, bake sale, “gently-used sale” and lasagna dinner.
Since 2005, IVCC support staff have raised money for various community and college causes including the Illinois Valley Food Pantry, a student emergency living needs fund and local animal shelters.
Posted: Saturday, March 29, 2014
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The TOP 2% need to kick in some cabbage.
IVCC FINANCIAL LOITERING:
ICCB WEB SITE as of 2012-13: JEROME M CORCORAN Title: PRESIDENT: IVCC Base Pay: $ 190,110 Benefits: $ 30,689
CHERYL ELAINE ROELFSEMA Title: VICE PRESIDENT Base Pay: $ 117,000 Benefits: $ 15,342
LORI E SCROGGS Title: VICE PRESIDENT: Base Pay: $ 117,000 Benefits: $ 15,629
SUE ISSERMAN Title: VICE PRESIDENT Base Pay as of March 2014: $113,000 Plus Benefits
When enrollments are down the administrators should lead by example and take a pay cut. Thatâ€™s ridiculous of Larry Huffman to ask the student to give up a soda or a cup of coffee a day to make up for the tuition increase.
HEADS DEEP IN THE IVCC PUBLIC TROUGH
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