Special Academic Services provides assistance and support to students enrolled in applied science and certificate programs at Illinois Central College. Funded by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006, these services include both academic and financial support.
Some students need help financing their college education — from textbooks to class materials — that other sources of financial aid may not cover. We can help if you have an authorized financial need that does not cover all required school expenses
Special Academic Services also provides financial support to students enrolled in applied science programs that lead to a nontraditional career. A nontraditional career refers to occupations in which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25% of the individuals employed in that occupation.
Listed below are some of the programs we offer that have been identified as leading to a nontraditional career.
|Nontraditional Programs for Women|
|Agricultural Business Management||Landscaping||Electronics Technology||Electronics Repair|
|Electronics Servicing||Law Enforcement||Crime Scene Technology||Industrial and Business Security|
|Network Specialist||Mechanical Engineering Technology||Architectural Drafting||Fire Science Technology|
|Automotive Technology||HVAC/R Technology||Diesel Powered Equipment Technology||Welding Technology|
|Nontraditional Programs for Men|
|Child Development||Paraprofessional Educator||Paralegal||Information Processing Management|
|Accounting Clerk/Bookkeeper||Clinical Lab Technician||Dental Hygiene||Occupational Therapy Assistant|
|Nursing||Practical Nursing||Nurse Assisting (CNA)||Office Professional|
|Surgical Technologist||Physical Therapy Assistant|
East Peoria Campus Academic Building Room 215E