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Sometimes, even during a global pandemic, community members and local business owners come together to solve a need. That’s exactly what has happened over the past six months in Centerville, Iowa. On Monday, March 15, Indian Hills Community College and First Street Development signed an agreement for the construction of Traxler Hall, a new residence hall, on the Centerville Campus.
If there is one positive that has come out of COVID-19, it is that higher education has had to grow and evolve quicker than ever before to meet the demands of small group and virtual learning brought on by the pandemic. In an effort to ensure that community college faculty have the knowledge and tools needed to best educate students regardless of face-to-face or virtual instruction, the 15 Iowa Community College Districts collaborated with the Iowa Association of Community College Trustees (IACCT) to establish the Iowa Faculty Development Consortium.
Indian Hills Community College invites high school seniors living and attending high school in the Indian Hills 10-county service region (Appanoose, Davis, Jefferson, Keokuk, Lucas, Mahaska, Monroe, Van Buren, Wapello and Wayne counties) to apply for entry into the President’s Academy for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Indian Hills is one of three institutions in the state to be awarded a $1 million grant through new Career Academy Incentive Fund to prepare high school students for success in college, postsecondary training and the workforce.