The MCC Concert Choir will present the music they performed in New York on Friday, March 7th at 7 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church located at 6th and Sycamore.
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To raise money, the BPA's Locks of Love Committee has put together items (theme baskets and bags) to be raffled.
EICC in partnership with ed2go, has released a new online course, "Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC) for the Digital Photographer."
Monique Coleman, best known as Taylor McKessie in the tremendously successful High School Musical franchise, will be appearing in a free April 8 event at the Davenport River Center.
As the weather seems to be turning the corner to warmer days, people are looking for new ways to get out of the house.
Looking for a new career? Find the right path at the Spring 2014 Career Fair.
Don't wait to file your 2014-15 FAFSA! Free help will be available to students and parents during the week of March 2 at the following locations:
EICC is inviting students and families to its March 7 Visit Day at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges.
These QC area students were named to the President's and Dean's Lists for the 2013 Fall semester.
Interested in learning about applications for your new iPad?
Both graduated MCC with degrees in agriculture management.
The MCC Foundation has $275,000 in scholarships available for students planning to attend the college in the 2014-15 academic year.
This act of planting -- or gardening -- is something those of us living today take for granted.
The SBDC is partnering with several local organizations in conducting the first-ever Quad Cities Fast Pitch Competition.
Muscatine Community College is closed today, February 17, due to the weather.
Meditation in motion, a gentle non-strenuous movement based on ancient principles.
CCC Student Senate will host Odd?Rod on Wednesday, February 19.
MCC Student Senate is sponsoring a 2014 Black History Month Lecture Series.
Interested in learning how to do more with your iPad?
EICC has a number of upcoming cooking classes that will warm up even the coldest body.
It's that time of year when high school seniors traditionally begin to finalize plans for the next step in their lives after graduation.
Mark Your Calendar for these events coming to Clinton Community College
West Carroll High School won top honors in the 29th Annual Academic Quiz Bowl hosted by Clinton Community College on Thursday, December 5, 2013.
EICC has more than 1,000 upcoming college credit classes available for students.
Stop by and talk to us about career programs, job skills training, financial aid, and more
All you can eat pancakes, to raise money from the Athlete Scholarship fund.
Classes include: iPad Basics, Excel and Word.
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is required for all students seeking financial aid.
With the Polar Vortex threatening subzero temperatures throughout the Clinton region, temperatures of 26 and light snow were a welcome surprise to the 514 runners and walkers.
Colleges to host Feb. 6 session on planning for college costs
Sweets for your sweet is the theme for many upcoming cooking classes.
Phi Theta Kappa kicked off the semester with the Commit to Complete pledge signed by students, faculty and staff.
Students must earn a minimum of 6 credit hours and 3.5 GPA during the term.
Anthony Bielski is the recipient of the annual recognition.
CCC will host the B-rrry Scurry on February 1.
All of our colleges are closed Monday due to the weather
We're sure you've noticed, it would be impossible not to if you've visited our website in the past, we have a new look.
Fall 2014 Nursing applications are now available online.
CCC will present Kit Evans on February 12 at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
EICC is inviting students and families to its January 24 Visit Day.
The goal of the CPA is to develop positive relations, and to create better understanding and communications between the citizens.
CCC welcomes Landry to the college on January 22.
CCC is pleased to announce the final performances for the 2013-14 season.
Dr. Tom Gibbons will share "Fish 'N Ships... & Southeast Trips".
It might be sub-zero temperatures outside but it's warm in the kitchens of EICC.
MCC has a visiting faculty member the Hebei Province in China.
CCC is offering two basic computer software credit classes in the evening.
Food lovers can ring in the new year with cooking classes from EICC
CASS international student Mayra Orellana-Powell is the subject of a documentary.
Spring registration is underway at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
There's still time to learn something new in the kitchen for the holidays.
What better way to warm up the home than by turning on the ovens and cooking something special?
Fans of the many interior design-related shows on television are no doubt familiar with the design boards and scale models the stars of the shows use in explaining what they are about to do in a home.
The SCC Culinary Arts program was recently contacted by Buddy Valastro.
John Baker is a 2013 Excellence in Education Award runner-up.
The 21st Annual Holiday Fest Craft Fair is scheduled for Sunday, November 24.
The CCC Nursing Club will be collecting items from Nov. 18 - 22.
CCC is asking you to join us in supporting the Marine Corps Reserve Toys-For-Tots program.
CCC Mechatronics instructor Dave Wallace participated in the Archer Daniels Midland LINC Program.
The MCC Video Department is hosting an independent film festival at the MCC Student Center.