John A. Logan College is located in Carterville, Williamson County, IL, and has an enrollment of about 13,500.
The College is named for Gen. John A. Logan, a Civil War general who spent his early years in what is now the community college district before becoming a U.S. senator and vice-presidential candidate in 1884. Logan is also remembered for his role in establishing Memorial Day and as an advocate of public education.
Among the Associates degrees offered are Pre-Chiropratic, Pre-Pharmacy, Early Childhood Education, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Tool & Die Manufacturing and Construction Management Technology.
Extension Centers are located in Du Quoin and in West Frankfort.