Changes in class delivery procedures for Eastern Iowa Community College campuses



With rising COVID-19 positivity rates in the community and in preparation for the college’s Thanksgiving break, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) has announced changes in its class delivery procedures for its Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community College campuses.

Beginning November 9 and continuing through the end of the college’s Fall Semester, classes traditionally not requiring lab or hands-on involvement will move to online or Live Online delivery. Classes requiring hands-on instruction such as those in career training programs and the sciences will continue to meet on campus as they are currently doing.

From the beginning of fall classes, EICC has committed itself to the safety of its students, faculty and staff, and is taking this action in response to health officials’ anticipation of an even greater surge in COVID-19 cases with the approaching holidays.

All college locations will continue to remain open and full services are available. To reduce the number of people in the college buildings staff will work on a rotating basis, alternating between working in the office and at home.

Registration for the college’s Winterim Session and Spring Semester are currently underway. Winterim classes are a four-week term beginning December 23 and, as in past years, will be offered entirely online. Students will again have the choice of classes scheduled on campus, Live Online and fully online. On-campus classes and Live Online classes begin January 19. Fully online classes begin January 11.

For more information, or to register, call toll free 1-888-336-3907 or email