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We will be replacing the concrete stairs and entrance platform at the main entrance to the B Building including the sidewalks that branch off to the north and south (see image):
This project will start on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018 and will continue until Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.
Alternate entrances to the B Building will need to be used during this period and are identified in the image as well.
To obtain the necessary qualifications to sit for the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) examination in Illinois, effective July 1, 2013, a candidate must have a total of 150 hours of acceptable college-level education, including at least a bachelor’s degree. At least 30 of those 150 hours must be in accounting and an additional 24 hours must be in business courses, including business ethics. Most students with bachelor’s degrees, even those with degrees in business and/or accounting, have less than the minimum acceptable qualifications in credit hours.
Accordingly, this curriculum is for the students with bachelor’s degrees who are seeking the necessary qualifications in order to sit for the CPA examination in Illinois. More details are available from the Illinois Board of Examiners. Upon completion of the certificate, the student should submit transcripts to the Illinois Board of Examiners. (Fall 2018)More Triton Pride
The program is filled with information about where bats live, what they eat and the vital contribution they make to the ecosystem.
Triton College professors Dr. Ruth Hallongren (psychology), Dr. Daniele Manni (philosophy) and Eugene Muhammad (philosophy) will talk about depression and suicide from the perspective of their fields.
Seating is limited for this free event. To reserve a seat, contact Joanna Oleksiak at (708) 437-6915 Ext. 3219 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.