Campus Visit April 26



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.

To help students decide, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is hosting a Campus Visit Monday, April 26 at Clinton and Muscatine Community College, as well as the Scott Community College Urban Campus. Both morning and evening visits will be available. The morning session will begin at 9 a.m. at each location; the evening session will start at 4 p.m.

To ensure everyone’s safety and offer the best experience possible, on-campus visits will be limited in size and advance registration is required. Our staff and all visitors are expected to follow health and safety guidelines, including mask wearing and social distancing.

The visits provide students the opportunity to learn everything they want and need to know about starting college including programs of studyfinancial aid possibilitiesadmissions, transfer opportunities and more. Students are encouraged to bring all of their questions with them. Parents are welcome too.

EICC makes a quality education possible for everyone and has become the first choice for students planning their future. Tuition continues to be one of the most competitive in the state of Iowa, thousands of dollars less than the four-year colleges and technical institutes. Financial aid is also available. 

The colleges maintain formal transfer agreements with the University of Iowa, Iowa State University, Western Illinois University, St. Ambrose University and many more. These agreements mean the credits that college transfer students earn here easily transfer upon graduation. The college also offers 15 different Transfer Major Associate Degrees. The state’s community colleges and public universities joined forces to create these majors, enabling students to start taking classes required for their major while at EICC. The partner colleges and universities have all agreed on these classes, giving the courses their academic seal of approval.

EICC’s 30+ career technology programs are designed to lead the student directly into the job market. Many of these programs have been designated high-demand by the state of Iowa, which means students may even have the opportunity to get their tuition paid through Iowa’s new Last Dollar Program.

The event is open to everyone; current high school students and their parents as well as individuals who have been out of school for a number of years and are considering starting college classes for the first time.

For more information or to register, individuals should call the college they plan to attend or go online to

Clinton Community College
1000 Lincoln Blvd., Clinton 

Muscatine Community College
152 Colorado St., Muscatine 

Scott Community College Urban Campus
101 W. Third St., Davenport

Or call 1-888-336-3907, email