all about Indian hills community college
Indian Hills Community College is one of the best community colleges in Iowa because we go beyond the academics. We want you to be able to share this information with students and get them ready for their future plans!
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The program is a partnership between IHCC and area high schools. High school students are able to earn college credits.
You may want to start your college education, transfer to a 4-year college, or complete one of our degrees in 2 years.
Our academic programs prepare you for the future. Our professors challenge you to be the best you can be. It’s not all easy. You’ll still need to work hard and learn.
Congratulations on your acceptance to Indian Hills Community College! Orientation is the final step to becoming enrolled.
Living on campus is not just convenient, it lets you meet new friends, get involved in activities, and attend events.
The program is a federally-funded work program that allow students to earn money through the academic year.
Get out and do something! At Indian Hills we’ve got tons of activities, clubs and student trips to keep you busy at Indian Hills Community College.
As a student at IHCC, you may be able to reduce expenses with financial assistance in the form of grants, scholarships, work-study programs, and loans.
IHCC Foundation Scholarships are awarded to eligible students based upon their academic qualities and needs.
Job Corps and IHCC have partnered together to offer education and training experience. Students ages 16 to 24 years may be eligible to enroll in the program.
PACE stands for Pathways for Academic Careers and Employment. Once students are enrolled in PACE, they are assigned to a Pathway Navigator.
Our goal is to empower all students to achieve their full academic potential. The Success Center provides students with assistance.
Through our Testing Center, Indian Hills Community College offers a wide range of tests. These tests are available to IHCC students, non-students and general public.
Transitioning to college is a challenging time for most students; it can be even more challenging for students with disabilities. We’re here to help.
Need to talk to someone in Admissions? The best contact to use is the phone/email to get you in contact with the person you need to speak with.