Decatur, Illinois Admission Form
Submitting information will begin the general admission process to 
Richland Community College in Decatur, Illinois.

    Admission Information Form (Begin Here)  
Dual Credit High School Application
    High School  

I understand that

  1. If I plan to attend another college or university after high school graduation, I should check with that school to be sure the credits I earn in this program will transfer appropriately.
  2. Richland courses will be evaluated as college students and students are expected to follow the rules & regulations of Richland Community College. All students will abide by Richland’s Student Rights and Responsibilities as found in the Student Handbook.
  3. Richland Community College students are covered under the “family Educational Rights and Privacy Act” (FERPA), which prohibits Richland Community College from disclosing information to anyone, including parents, without the student’s written consent.
  4. Course grades and attendance records will be released to the high school for purposes of awarding high school credit.
  5. If a student does not complete required coursework, an “Incomplete” may be assigned by the instructor. A student has 60 days from the end of class to resolve the incomplete grade. It is the student’s responsibility to remove the “I” so it can be replaced with the appropriate letter grade. When the “I” grade is replaced with the student’s letter grade, another grade report will be sent to the high school (dual credit only).
  6. Some material presented is for mature audiences.
International Admission

In order to assist you best, we would encourage you to go to  This website outlines the process an international student would need to complete and should answer many questions you may have.

    International Student Admission Form  



Illinois Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Program (ILEPP)

The Illinois Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Program (ILEPP) oversees, coordinates, and assists law enforcement officers who are qualified in the procedures of venipuncture for investigatory purposes.  Law enforcement phlebotomy (LEP) must adhere to training and performance protocols set by the ILEPP State Guidelines. The purpose of LEP is to prepare selected law enforcement personnel to safely perform blood draws on impaired drivers in Illinois to reduce wait time for blood draws, improve the chain of custody of evidence, reduce costs, and produce better witnesses/testimony.

ILEPP is a selective admission program for Illinois law enforcement personnel who meet specific qualifications. This is a two-step process. The first is to apply to the program and if accepted, complete the required coursework.

For more information regarding the ILEPP, go to

    Illinois Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Program (ILEPP)