Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is excited to announce the college is one of 65 applicants to receive funding through Future Ready Iowa's Coronavirus Relief Fund Employer Innovation Fund Grant.
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Seven MCC conservation students spent a week in Northern Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW), learning about ecology, plants, habitat and animals of the north woods.
It's not too late to register for classes at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC). A new session begins October 19 with an eight-week term ending in mid-December.
Gain valuable insight into the best leadership practices and learn skills immediately applicable to your job with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges upcoming training series "Frontline Leadership."
To make answering questions you may have about college even easier, our Admissions Coordinators are now offering virtual "drop-in" hours every Wednesday from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
EICC, a GEAR UP Iowa program site, is excited to celebrate National GEAR UP Week September 21-25. The week commemorates the continued success of Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), a college access program providing students and families the support and resources needed for college success.
EICC invites anyone interested in enrolling in college to its Friday, September 18 Campus Visit, where participants can have all their questions answered and learn more about programs, financial aid, applying for admission and more.
The Clinton Peace Coalition invites individuals, families, organizations and people of all ages to attend this year’s Stop the Hate / Show the Love event on Thursday, September 17, beginning at 5 pm at Jefferson Elementary School.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges invites local professionals to learn leadership skills immediately applicable to their job and earn credit for their work with our upcoming training series "Leadership: Beyond Management."
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Diversity Council invites the public to its online panel discussion "Breathing While Black," where six panelists will discuss the topic of race relations and share untold stories of what it means to "breathe while black."
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' (EICC) Scott Community College (SCC) is excited to announce the college has been awarded federal funds totaling more than $1.6 million for a larger-than-usual, five-year grant.
To help students with busy weekday schedules, all three colleges are offering extended hours during the week of August 17 - 21.
Learn how to add plant power to your baked goods with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' cooking classes. There are five classes being offered in August.
The Midwest was built on agriculture and much of our economy continues to be driven by our crops, livestock and related products. According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, 139.6 billion worth of American agricultural products were exported around the world in 2018.
You don't need an education degree to become a K-12 substitute teacher.
The deadline to apply for Iowa's Last Dollar Program has been extended to August 1.
Preparing to enroll in college often comes with a lot of questions, and in today's world there are added concerns. That's why Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is excited to offer a free online class to help you get a kick-start to college and prepare for your college journey.
Conflicts happen. Even the best companies in the world have conflicts. In fact, it can be argued that conflict is a good thing for a company.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) HiSET graduates will be celebrate virtually this year with a Facebook Live event on July 14, beginning at 6 p.m. The ceremony can be viewed on EICC's Facebook page.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges has announced plans for its fall semester, including a return to face-to-face classes and other enhanced delivery options for students.
That’s right, enroll as a full-time student this Fall and get your choice of a free class or laptop computer.
Iowa's state legislature just renewed funding for the Iowa Last Dollar program that PAYS YOUR TUITION in more than 20 career and trades programs.
Now is the perfect time for high school students, or those interested in exploring a new career, to make plans for the future. Whether it's a four- or two-year degree or short-term career training, they have much to choose from in deciding what fits best for them.
For classes with end dates after March 13, EICC students will have the following grade options.
Students curious about what AVR is all about and interested in learning more now have the opportunity to participate in a four-week Survey of Augmented and Virtual Reality summer class.
Iowa coaching authorization class begins June 16.
From now through the end of June, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Continuing Education Department is offering a rare opportunity to enroll in 10 different online classes, absolutely free.
Fall registration is now open. Links to info you need.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges has developed Virtual Visits, providing students the opportunity to get answers to their questions from the comfort of their own homes.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges will begin a gradual re-opening of its Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community College campuses on May 26 to provide student services by appointment. This includes the three main campuses as well as Scott Community College's Blong Technology Center and West Davenport Center.
Our popular summer camps are back in a streamlined, online, virtual format.
Registered by June 15 for Summer or Fall classes and be entered to win gift cards to local restaurants, stores, Barnes and Nobles College Bookstore and a free class.
Online classes have come a long way since the old days. Today's classes are popular with students of all ages and offered around the world.
The college's online classes make it especially easy to fit them around your personal schedule. The first summer term of online classes begins May 26.
We know life looks a little different right now, but you can still move forward with your college plans. Our services are available and we’re ready to help you get registered for the fall semester.
The college has created a page with information related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) that will be updated as necessary.
Our staff are working remotely to assist you while our college buildings are closed. When possible, we encourage you to connect with us through email during this time.
Due to a system upgrade, there is a new login page to EICConnect. This may cause you difficulties in logging in.
March 1 - 7 is Dental Assistants Recognition Week across the United States. Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is proud to be a part of the dental assistant world. Our Dental Assisting program at Scott Community College has been training students for decades.
For many adults, the idea going to college may seem overwhelming and even scary, but with EICC it is never too late to start something great.
It's not too late to register for classes at EICC. A new session begins March 23 with an eight-week term ending in mid-May.
EICC invites students and families to its Monday, March 27 Campus Visit at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges, including the SCC Urban Campus and Blong Technology Center. The event begins at 9 a.m. at each campus.
“I hope somebody who hears the song sees an opportunity for themselves or someone they may know who needs help.”
Putnam-Genz’s typical week includes two days working in the Columbus Community School District in Columbus Junction, another pair of days with the Louisa-Muscatine Community School District, and finishing up with her Fridays at Muscatine Community College.
This fall the state of Iowa did something big. So big, in fact, it has affected more than 360 Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ (EICC) students and led to the distribution of more than half a million dollars in funding!
Students will know which classes to take each step of the way as they move from their Associate Degree to the Bachelor Degree.
If you meet Karen Vickers you quickly learn how proud she is of Clinton Community College (CCC), its students, faculty and staff. She is always happy to share stories about them, their goals and their
This fall we got the report card to prove we are THE Community's College, a successful accreditation trifecta – straight A’s from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the Iowa Department of Education and the National Association of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).
Or at least it ‘was’ a party! And a great one at that as nearly 200 people turned out for the America’s Test Kitchen 20th Anniversary celebration at Scott Community College’s (SCC) Culinary Arts Center.
EICC and Tyson have been collaborating for years to train employees, so when Tyson saw a need for new mechanical and hydraulic trainers the company stepped right in with a generous donation.
Summer vacations are those precious weeks during the year where you can kick back, relax and…test soil samples for new antibiotics, hone your acting skills with Broadway stars, or dig into the nuances of the latest mechanical trainer…
“Where everybody knows your name.” That slogan from a certain popular television show from the 80s and early 90s, is even more appropriate and fitting for Clinton Community College’s Maquoketa Center.
Floors were ripped out, fresh paint applied, and life-like simulators installed over the summer at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community College’s nursing labs – the extensive work all culminating in a grand debut this fall.
Seven faculty and staff were recently recognized for their contributions with EICC’s Emeritus Award. The award was presented to retired and retiring individuals who exemplified service to students and the community during their years with the college.
Take Kyle Long for example, after dropping out of high school, getting his GED and securing a full-time job, he thought his chance at post-secondary education had passed. However, when he started working as a machinist at SMS in Muscatine he was surprised to learn there was another way forward, apprenticeship.
Ask most people for one word to describe the Quad Cities this past year and “flood” will probably be at the top of the list. The QC experienced the longest lasting flood ever in 2019. But maybe there are some better words to describe the year like “volunteer,” “cooperation,” “support” and “community.”
In 1929 Muscatine Community College was born, the result of the work of mostly a half dozen people, five of them women. Women, by the way, had just won the right to vote in 1920.
Changing your mindset from self-doubt to self-belief can be a long, hard road. As recent Muscatine Community College (MCC) graduate Deana Dawson can attest, it’s a journey well worth the effort.
Learn how to make delicious cheesecakes that are sure to be a party pleaser with EICC's cooking classes. There are seven classes being offered in November. Classes are hands-on, see below for location, date and time.
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