Falcon Spot Winner
Our Falcon Spot winner featured in March is sophomore, Jacob Vaughan!
Degree at SIC: Associates in Science
Are you involved in any SIC clubs or teams? SIC Baseball Team, Math and Science Club, Phi Theta Kappa
Why did you choose SIC? I chose SIC for its affordable cost, quality education, and its small class sizes. In addition, SIC gave me an opportunity to compete in baseball at a collegiate level.
What is your dream job? My Dream Job is becoming an Officer and fighter pilot with the United States Marine Corps.
Do you have any hobbies or special interests? I love playing baseball, weightlifting/bodybuilding, fishing, and playing the GameCube with my friends.
Fun Facts about Jacob: He is an Eagle Scout, has been on the President's List for 3 semesters for his 4.0 GPA, and he was named the Clark Conference starting catcher in 2014 Lewis & Clark Collegiate Baseball League (LCBL) All-Star Game/Pro Scout Day played at Busch Stadium!
Congratulations to Jacob Vaughan! Jacob was selected for the Falcon Spot Award because he was described as being an ”outstanding student” while representing SIC on our baseball team plus his desire to pursue a career in the military. Thanks again, Jacob, for your service now and in the future!
The Falcon Spot award was created by the Parking and Traffic Safety Committee to show appreciation to students who have gone out of their way to make Southeastern Illinois College and the surrounding communities a better place. Nominees must be a student of SIC and have performed a generous act, demonstrated academic success, and/or demonstrated outstanding moral character. Winners receive a coveted “reserved” parking spot dubbed the “FALCON SPOT” for a month in the parking location of their choice, a certificate, and a gift card to the Falcon Bistro from student activities.