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CDL Truck Driving Licensure & Certification Disclosures

Licensure & Certification Disclosures

Elgin Community College offers several programs leading to professional licensure and/or certification in the State of Illinois. Effective July 1, 2020, the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations 34 CFR 668.43 requires disclosures for all programs leading to a license or certification. All ECC programs of study are designed to meet the licensure requirements in the state of Illinois. If a student’s location is determined to be a U.S. State or territory, a program director must assess the student’s location and state requirements for professional licensure before the student registers for any classes. The program director will communicate if ECC’s program of study meets the student’s state requirements for professional licensure and provide them consent to register for classes. If it is determined that the student’s location meets state requirements, this does not guarantee admission into the program of study, as there may be a secondary admission process. For more information, please see the Professional Licensure Disclosure.

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The Elgin Community College (ECC) Truck Driving Program includes 320 hours of classroom and on-the-road training to prepare students to obtain their commercial driver’s license (CDL).

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