Country music artist Chris Cagle will perform in concert on Wednesday, August 28, following the second day of the 2013 Farm Progress Show. The Farm Progress Show is scheduled for August 27, 28 and 29 in Decatur, Illinois.
Governor Pat Quinn recently visited Richland Community College to announce $3.5 million in state support for the renovation and construction of an addition to the Student Success Center at Richland. The project will expand space for learning at the center to allow student services to be consolidated into one location.
You’ve made the decision. You’ve done the paperwork. You’ve talked to an admissions counselor. You’ve attended orientation. You’ve even found where your classes will be held. You’re ready to get this semester started! But then a sinking realization emerges…you’ve got to get your books for the semester! No doubt you are thinking, “Great…more money to spend, more time wasted in long lines.”
At Richland Community College, “sustainability” isn’t just a catch phrase. The College has been taking steps to reduce their carbon footprint for years. In January 2008, the Richland Board of Trustees adopted a tenet that encouraged the College to create a culture of sustainability by weaving the core values of commitment, respect, excellence, accountability, and diversity into sustainable concepts with a perspective measured by the Triple Bottom Line - Environment, People, and Economics.