Joliet Junior College complies with the terms and provisions of the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 ILCS 140/1.
How can I request information?
In accordance with the Act, requests are to be submitted in writing by personal delivery, mail, fax or other available means, including e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mail FOIA requests to:
Joliet Junior College
Attention: Kelly Rohder
1215 Houbolt Road
Joliet, IL 60431
Fax requests to: Attn: Kelly Rohder at (815) 729-4256.
Who is the college's Freedom of Information officer?
The college has designated Kelly Rohder, the director of communications and external relations, as its FOIA officer. All FOIA requests will be processed in a timely manner through the Communications and External Relations Office, which promotes the college and its students, faculty and staff through comprehensive and coordinated media and public relations efforts. This office has a four-person staff and a $216,000 budget.
What information does the college make available?
The college has a substantial amount of information available immediately in an electronic format, including institutional information and reports, which can be accessed via the Institutional Research office.
How much do I have to pay for documents?
Fees for copies of documents will be administered in accordance with the Act. Requestors also have the option to inspect records in person at no cost or to receive electronic copies of documents when available.
Additional information on the Freedom of Information Act
Additional information on the Freedom of Information Act is available through the Illinois Attorney General's Office.