Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated nationwide September 15 to October 15.
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The Clinton Peace Coalition is set to hold its annual Stop the Hate/Show the Love celebration at the Clinton High School Vernon Cook Theatre on Thursday, September 16.
Iowa coaching authorization class begins October 5.
Fall is the season of change, so why not make some changes in your own life by starting classes with EICC. New sessions starting September 20 and October 18.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is participating in the state-wide effort to vaccinate our campus community in order to control the spread of COVID-19 and protect people from serious illness.
Ready to embark on a new career, but don't have the time, money or resources to spend years getting a degree?
Criminal Justice at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges Virtual Information Sessions, Thursday, August 12
For some students, taking courses online is a rewarding experience and a convenient way for them to fit education into their already busy lifestyle. However, you may be wondering if this class delivery format is right for you?
To help provide an affordable pathway for students of Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) to earn their bachelor's degrees, Western Governors University (WGU) and EICC today announced the two institutions have entered into a joint partnership.
EICC offers an entirely online Supply Chain and Logistics program, perfect for those wishing to enter this growing field or move up within their existing company.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) HiSET graduates will be celebrate virtually this year with a Facebook Live event on July 6, beginning at 6 p.m. The ceremony can be viewed on EICC's Facebook page, facebook.com/easterniowacommunitycollege
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is excited to introduce a new hands-on course entitled, "Introduction to Core Construction Skills," allowing participants to gain exposure in entry-level construction work and collect valuable, pre-apprenticeship training.
If you have a passion for communication and helping others, Scott Community College's American Sign Language/English Interpreter Program could be the perfect career path for you.
The 2021 Issue of the Inkwell includes a special feature on comics and graphic arts, student artists on display at the Figge Art Museum and showcases the literary and visual arts work of our many talented students.
If you've been considering college or even putting it off, now is a great time to do more for yourself and your community by registering for fall classes. To help students explore the wide range of options available, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is hosting a Campus Visit beginning at 9 a.m. on July 12.
Every year we take a moment to celebrate retired and retiring individuals who exemplified service to students and the community during their years with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges through our Emeritus Awards. This spring, six faculty and staff were recognized for their contributions.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) Board of Trustees has formally proclaimed the college a Trafficking Free Zone. The board officially approved a resolution at its May meeting, in support of the U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking (USIAHT) Trafficking Free Zones program.
When mealtime rolls around in the summer, there is nothing better than the taste of flame-grilled veggies, smoked meats or mouth-watering pizza pulled straight from a wood-burning oven.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is excited to announce the college is moving its long-standing Graphic Arts program entirely online.
Clinton Community College has announced the addition of two College and Career Ready Counselors. These counselors will be responsible for providing direct services to students, parents/families, and school staff across two school districts and the college to support postsecondary success and college preparation.
Students have never had more flexibility in scheduling than they have right now thanks to Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' new Live Online AA Degree Program.
For many students interested in transferring, figuring out what they want to major in often takes a little exploration and time.
Summer is nearly upon us, and that means the start of fall classes will be here before you know it. With classes starting August 23, now is a great time to finalize college plans and register.
Time and money no longer need to be an issue for anyone pursuing a career in Information Technology. That's because, beginning this Fall, all of Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' IT programs will be available both ONLINE as well as in the classroom.
With support from area city police and county sheriff's departments, EICC is excited to announce the college is launching a new Criminal Justice program this fall.
Since 1981, the Clinton Community College Alumni Association has been honoring those that have made "outstanding" contributions during the year. In 2021, the Alumni Association is celebrating the 40th year of honoring outstanding contributions to Clinton Community College.
The 74th Commencement Ceremony of Clinton Community College will be held on Thursday, May 13, 2021. There are 189 students who have applied for graduation in 2021.
New hands-on Criminal Justice program beginning this fall. Scott County Sheriff Tim Lane and Davenport Police Chief Paul Sikorski have more in common than just their badges and desire to protect and serve.
Begun more than 25 years ago at EICC's Clinton Community College, the program officially moves online this fall. The goal is to make it more accessible to everyone. Now, regardless of where someone lives, they can complete the program.
The five-day camps are open to youth ages 6 to 14 and are scheduled June - August. Taught by experienced, live instructors, each camp offers a morning or afternoon session lasting three hours.
Information about virtual ceremonies and campus activities for 2021 graduates.
Careers in logistics and manufacturing offered through our Blong Tech Center are a perfect fit for current military and veterans. Learn more May 11.
EICC introduces new Criminal Justice Degree program beginning this fall.
Muscatine Community College is inviting people to learn more about its hands-on Veterinary Technology program and state-of-the-art labs.
For the first time this fall, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is introducing a flat tuition rate for all on-campus, full-time students. The new tuition plan is among a number of benefits the college is providing.
After a year of virtual meetings, learning and more, the promise of spring sunshine and outdoor adventure is calling. You can see, hear and feel its beauty with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' exciting new course, "Exploring the Upper Iowa River."
There is no need to travel to pursue your education; you can take classes right in Maquoketa at Clinton Community College's (CCC) Maquoketa Center. CCC invites interested students to stop in for an Open House on Wednesday, April 28 over the lunch hour from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. or in the evening from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
With high school graduation less than a month away, now is the time for seniors to decide what they would like to do next. The good news is that students have a wide range of options available. Whether it's a four- or two-year degree or short-term career training, they have much to choose from in deciding what best fits for them.
Earn a Certificate, Diploma or Associate's Degree to work in one of Iowa's high-demand jobs at no tuition cost.
Author and artist Jo Van Arkel spent time with Beth Hafner’s Introduction to Literature students.
EICC's Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges are partnering with DREAM Iowa to provide scholarships in support of immigrant students pursuing higher education.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is excited bring back its annual Women in IT Conference this spring, with a great line-up of speakers and presentations, all delivered virtually, absolutely free of charge!
Augustana Next is the name of a new partnership between two Quad-Cities institutions: Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) and Augustana College
We know the last year has been hard for so many, and as THE Community's College helping you overcome obstacles is part of who we are and what we strive to do
If you've been considering starting college or are a current student working toward your degree, now is the time to register for fall classes!
In the daily grind of work and family commitments, it can be easy to put off getting a college education. That's why Eastern Iowa Community Colleges offers flexible class delivery options, to help those who can't take traditional college classes achieve their hopes and dreams. Interested students can learn more at our upcoming April 15 online information session starting at 5:30 p.m.
To help students explore college and career training options, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is inviting students to its Friday, March 26 Campus Visit.
College students home for the summer, high school graduates preparing to begin college in the fall, or new and current students looking to get ahead can take advantage of Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' (EICC) summer classes.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges invites anyone interested in this high-demand field to learn more about the colleges programs and IT careers at our March 25 Virtual Info Session: Explore Careers in IT, beginning at 5:30 p.m. online via Zoom.
While we pride ourselves on being THE Community’s College year-round, during the month of April, we get to shout it from the rooftops!
All community members are invited to join the conversation online with local legislators.
Referendum is approved. Thank you to all the voters of our Eastern Iowa Community Colleges service area. The bond referendum to support expanding career and technical education was approved with more than 70 percent of voters supporting the measure.
It's been a year since hemp became legal to grow in Iowa, and MCC started its Hemp Production program.
EICC is excited to announce Information Technology Instructor and Department Coordinator, Roberta Osmers, will serve as an inaugural member of the CompTIA National CTE Advisory Council.
The “Melanin Pillar of Excellence” Display highlights some of the influential African Americans who have contributed profoundly to Clinton, Iowa. It also includes other individuals who have made Black History through their achievements.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Information Technology faculty are joining in the spirit of Community College Month by offering five free classes, one each week during April.
As part of the Global Education program at the Stanley Center, we have co-organized a virtual conversation with Jason, New York Times bestselling author of All American Boys and National Ambassador for Young People's Literature at the Library of Congress.
Quad City Chamber partners with EICC's Small Business Development Center to boost support for minority entrepreneurs
To ensure the region's small and medium businesses have the support needed to grow, the Quad Cities Chamber is enhancing its partnerships with EICC's Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and other business service providers, devoting resources to expand assistance for minority entrepreneurs.
Register now for the Quad Cities College Career Fair, February 25, from Noon to 3 p.m. This is your chance to speak with employers about jobs and internships in a virtual setting.
It's not too late to register for classes at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC). A new session begins March 8 with an eight-week term ending in mid-May.