Parents & Family

Education will be one of the most important investments your child will make. So it's understandable to have questions about the EICC courses they are taking in high school and how your child will transition to college. We have answers. 

Important Resources

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Career Academies

Get a jump on your college education while you are in high school. Through our Career Academies, complete a semester to a full year of courses. It's free and cuts down on the time you spend completing your EICC degree, often in half. Save time and money, and launch your career sooner.

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What is Concurrent Enrollment?

It is easy for high school students to gain a head start on college through EICC. Take our classes in-person or online, or attend EICC classes offered in your high school. It costs you nothing and catapults you towards your academic and career goals.

LEARN MORE ABOUT College in High school
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Accessing School Records

FERPA is a federal law that protects students. At the post-secondary level, a student's parents or legal guardian have no inherent rights to inspect their education records; this right is limited specifically to the student. This applies to all high school students who are enrolled in EICC courses.



Transitioning after High School

Why attend EICC after high school?

Your child will enjoy savings, scholarships, transfer degrees, career training, and robust student support right here in our community. Find out more and encourage them to apply today.

Our Transfer Majors are a blueprint for a student's move to a four-year college or university. They spend two years at EICC, taking courses in their field and completing general ed requirements. After they graduate with their associate's, they enjoy a seamless transfer to their next campus.

More Transfer Options

Our Career and Technical programs allow students to launch a career in two years or less. They can graduate and step into a job. 

More Career Options

EICC provided online classes before it was cool, and we continue to add more. Your child can attend:

  • Live Online 
  • Online Anytime 
  • On-campus 

EICC is your child's opportunity to explore more careers while enjoying more savings. We offer one of the most competitive tuition rates in the state and all of these other perks:

  • Early career exploration
  • Complete general education requirements then transfer
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Supportive community that’s here to help
  • Scholarships

Yes, it is possible to graduate without any student debt. Iowa's Last-Dollar Program may cover the tuition. 

Last-Dollar Scholarship

Did your child complete classes with us while in high school? They may qualify for a CONNECTIONS Scholarship.  

Connections Scholarship

Students are our #1 priority.  EICC is a friendly community and provides robust student services to ensure success in and out of the classroom, including:

  • Academic Advisors
  • Computer, writing, and math labs
  • Disability Services
  • Libraries
  • Bookstores
  • Veteran and Military Student Affairs
  • Free counseling 
  • Career Placement

Explore Student Services & Support

MORE Everything

A campus visit is much more than a tour. Visit us in person or virtually, and you’ll understand why we are THE Community’s College.

What are you waiting for?

Schedule a Visit

Is your child ready to apply? It's easy and free. Go to our online application.

Apply Now

After they apply, have them complete the FASFA and apply for scholarships.


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