Students enrolled in a scheduled face-to-face class that was previously moved to LIVE Online or Online for the start of the semester will now be meeting in person on campus as originally scheduled.
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EICC, a GEAR UP Iowa program site, is excited to celebrate National GEAR UP Week September 21-25. The week commemorates the continued success of Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), a college access program providing students and families the support and resources needed for college success.
EICC invites anyone interested in enrolling in college to its Friday, September 18 Campus Visit, where participants can have all their questions answered and learn more about programs, financial aid, applying for admission and more.
The Clinton Peace Coalition invites individuals, families, organizations and people of all ages to attend this year’s Stop the Hate / Show the Love event on Thursday, September 17, beginning at 5 pm at Jefferson Elementary School.
In 2020, the Alumni Association is celebrating the 39th year of honoring outstanding contributions to Clinton Community College.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges invites local professionals to learn leadership skills immediately applicable to their job and earn credit for their work with our upcoming training series "Leadership: Beyond Management."
Clinton Community College will be opening some lab-related classes on Tuesday, while extending online instruction for its other classes for an additional two weeks.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Diversity Council invites the public to its online panel discussion "Breathing While Black," where six panelists will discuss the topic of race relations and share untold stories of what it means to "breathe while black."
Get creative in the kitchen with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' cooking classes. There are several classes being offered in September and October.
Clinton Community College has announced it will be moving all on-campus, face-to-face classes, online for the first two weeks of its fall semester, August 24 through September 7.
The Clinton community lost a good friend in March with the sudden passing of Paul Davis. His family and friends have established a scholarship at Clinton Community College to honor Paul and his commitment to education and the community.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' (EICC) Scott Community College (SCC) is excited to announce the college has been awarded federal funds totaling more than $1.6 million for a larger-than-usual, five-year grant.
Clinton Community College has announced the Spring 2020 President's and Deans' Lists.
To help students with busy weekday schedules, all three colleges are offering extended hours during the week of August 17 - 21.
Learn how to add plant power to your baked goods with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' cooking classes. There are five classes being offered in August.
Clinton Community College President Brian Kelly has been appointed to the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Commission on Small and Rural Colleges for the 2020-2023 term.
The Midwest was built on agriculture and much of our economy continues to be driven by our crops, livestock and related products. According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, 139.6 billion worth of American agricultural products were exported around the world in 2018.
You don't need an education degree to become a K-12 substitute teacher.
Have you ever wanted to see your teacher pretend to be a wizard? Here's your chance! Clinton Community College Gaming Guild Advisor, Mat Endress, will run a Dungeons and Dragons game for a group of CCC's faculty and staff. For many of them, it will be there first time ever playing!
Clinton Community College, one of the Eastern Iowa Community Colleges, is proud to announce a second year for its student support program called RISE - Retention Initiative with Support and Engagement. The goal of RISE is to help students achieve personal, professional, and academic success at CCC and beyond.
The deadline to apply for Iowa's Last Dollar Program has been extended to August 1.
Preparing to enroll in college often comes with a lot of questions, and in today's world there are added concerns. That's why Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is excited to offer a free online class to help you get a kick-start to college and prepare for your college journey.
Conflicts happen. Even the best companies in the world have conflicts. In fact, it can be argued that conflict is a good thing for a company.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) HiSET graduates will be celebrate virtually this year with a Facebook Live event on July 14, beginning at 6 p.m. The ceremony can be viewed on EICC's Facebook page.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges has announced plans for its fall semester, including a return to face-to-face classes and other enhanced delivery options for students.
That’s right, enroll as a full-time student this Fall and get your choice of a free class or laptop computer.
These students were named to the President's and Dean's Lists for the 2020 Spring semester at Scott Community College.
Muscatine Community College has announced the Spring 2020 Deans' and President's Lists.
Iowa's state legislature just renewed funding for the Iowa Last Dollar program that PAYS YOUR TUITION in more than 20 career and trades programs.
Now is the perfect time for high school students, or those interested in exploring a new career, to make plans for the future. Whether it's a four- or two-year degree or short-term career training, they have much to choose from in deciding what fits best for them.
For classes with end dates after March 13, EICC students will have the following grade options.
Students curious about what AVR is all about and interested in learning more now have the opportunity to participate in a four-week Survey of Augmented and Virtual Reality summer class.
Iowa coaching authorization class begins June 16.
Clinton Community College Graduation looked different this year for the graduates due to the coronavirus pandemic and the need for social distancing. CCC students celebrated online with staff and faculty along with family and friends.
From now through the end of June, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Continuing Education Department is offering a rare opportunity to enroll in 10 different online classes, absolutely free.
Clinton Community College hosted the Induction Ceremony of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
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Eastern Iowa Community Colleges has developed Virtual Visits, providing students the opportunity to get answers to their questions from the comfort of their own homes.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges will begin a gradual re-opening of its Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community College campuses on May 26 to provide student services by appointment. This includes the three main campuses as well as Scott Community College's Blong Technology Center and West Davenport Center.
Our popular summer camps are back in a streamlined, online, virtual format.
Registered by June 15 for Summer or Fall classes and be entered to win gift cards to local restaurants, stores, Barnes and Nobles College Bookstore and a free class.
Online classes have come a long way since the old days. Today's classes are popular with students of all ages and offered around the world.
The college's online classes make it especially easy to fit them around your personal schedule. The first summer term of online classes begins May 26.
MCC is excited to announce a new diploma program to provide the training needed to succeed in this developing area. Beginning this fall, our one-year Industrial Hemp Production program will provide students the opportunity to be among the first to work this new crop.
We know life looks a little different right now, but you can still move forward with your college plans. Our services are available and we’re ready to help you get registered for the fall semester.
The college has created a page with information related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) that will be updated as necessary.
Our staff are working remotely to assist you while our college buildings are closed. When possible, we encourage you to connect with us through email during this time.
Due to a system upgrade, there is a new login page to EICConnect. This may cause you difficulties in logging in.
Sixty-eight new students will be inducted in to Scott Community College's Beta Zeta Epsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at the Spring 2020 Induction Ceremony
This workshop will allow you to look at bodies of text that are traditionally established in content, context and tone, and the obstacles in translation that come with these traditional views.
March 1 - 7 is Dental Assistants Recognition Week across the United States. Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is proud to be a part of the dental assistant world. Our Dental Assisting program at Scott Community College has been training students for decades.
The MCC Agriculture Program is hosting an information session on Tuesday, April 7 from 1 -3 p.m. The event will be held in Gaekle Hall at the college, 152 Colorado St.
For many adults, the idea going to college may seem overwhelming and even scary, but with EICC it is never too late to start something great.
It's not too late to register for classes at EICC. A new session begins March 23 with an eight-week term ending in mid-May.
EICC invites students and families to its Monday, March 27 Campus Visit at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges, including the SCC Urban Campus and Blong Technology Center. The event begins at 9 a.m. at each campus.
Learn about the fascinating life of Iowa First Lady Lou Henry Hoover with a focus on her take on suffrage.
Learn the monumental civil rights leadership of Muscatine's own Alexander Clark.
“I hope somebody who hears the song sees an opportunity for themselves or someone they may know who needs help.”
Putnam-Genz’s typical week includes two days working in the Columbus Community School District in Columbus Junction, another pair of days with the Louisa-Muscatine Community School District, and finishing up with her Fridays at Muscatine Community College.
Students planning on enrolling for fall classes at any one of our Clinton, Muscatine or Scott Community Colleges have until March 1 to apply.
This fall the state of Iowa did something big. So big, in fact, it has affected more than 360 Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ (EICC) students and led to the distribution of more than half a million dollars in funding!
Students will know which classes to take each step of the way as they move from their Associate Degree to the Bachelor Degree.
If you meet Karen Vickers you quickly learn how proud she is of Clinton Community College (CCC), its students, faculty and staff. She is always happy to share stories about them, their goals and their
Retired Clinton Community College President Karen Vickers has been awarded Phi Theta Kappa's Michael Bennett Lifetime Achievement Award.
This fall we got the report card to prove we are THE Community's College, a successful accreditation trifecta – straight A’s from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the Iowa Department of Education and the National Association of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).
Or at least it ‘was’ a party! And a great one at that as nearly 200 people turned out for the America’s Test Kitchen 20th Anniversary celebration at Scott Community College’s (SCC) Culinary Arts Center.
EICC and Tyson have been collaborating for years to train employees, so when Tyson saw a need for new mechanical and hydraulic trainers the company stepped right in with a generous donation.
MCC will be hosting its third annual Legends Event, recognizing outstanding college alumni and raising funds for college's students.
The February 1st weather was excellent for the 39th Annual Clinton Community College B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile run. With a temperature of 36 degrees and light winds, 645 runners and walkers completed the flat and fast route through the historic neighborhoods of Clinton, Iowa.
These students were named to the President's and Dean's Lists for the 2019 Fall semester at Scott Community College.
Muscatine Community College has announced the Fall 2019 Deans' and President's Lists.
EICC is excited to announce a brand new, statewide plan designed for students wishing to pursue specific majors.
These students were named to the President's and Dean's Lists for the 2019 Fall semester at Clinton Community College.
Rob Schadt is the recipient of the annual recognition first awarded in 2007.
Sessions will be held at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges, the Scott Community College Urban Campus in downtown Davenport and the college's Blong Technology Center.
MCC ELA students will share stories about food experiences in their home country and in the U.S. through "Fork Tales," a one-of-a-kind performance organized by former Iowa Poet Laureate Mary Swander.
Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges will be open this Saturday, January 18, from 9 a.m. to Noon, for current or returning students needing to register for Spring classes, or wishing to make changes in their current schedule.
EICC first college in Iowa to become member of the National Cybersecurity Training and Education Center (NCyTE)
EICC is excited to announce a new partnership with the National Cybersecurity Training and Education Center (NCyTE), making the college the first higher ed institution in Iowa to join the organization.
MCC Theatre Department will be bringing the blockbuster movie character, Elle Woods, to life on stage with the production of "Legally Blonde: The Musical," February 14 - 17 at Central Middle School Auditorium in Muscatine.
Interested students and others are invited to attend an information session February 18, from 4 – 6 p.m. at Clinton Community College
Prince of Peace College Preparatory Academy won top honors in the Annual Academic Quiz Bowl hosted by Clinton Community College.
Join us for the 32nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on January 19 at Clinton Community College.
Learn how to use the Instant Pot you got for Christmas with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' cooking classes. There are five classes being offered in January. Classes
Clinton Community College has announced the addition of Katie Bopes as the new CCC Maquoketa Center Facilitator. Penny Plautz has served in that role since the opening of the center, and will be retiring at year end.
EICC has announced Brian Kelly as the next President of Clinton Community College. He currently serves as Vice President of Planning, Institutional Effectiveness and External Affairs at Lane Community College in Eugene, OR.
Kick off the new year, and get a start on those healthy-living resolutions, with a fitness class through Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges has reduced the number of weeks required for completion of its popular truck driving program. Students can now be on the road, earning an income, in just six weeks.
Summer vacations are those precious weeks during the year where you can kick back, relax and…test soil samples for new antibiotics, hone your acting skills with Broadway stars, or dig into the nuances of the latest mechanical trainer…
“Where everybody knows your name.” That slogan from a certain popular television show from the 80s and early 90s, is even more appropriate and fitting for Clinton Community College’s Maquoketa Center.
Now is a great time to start your college or career tech training. Spring registration is underway at THE Community's College, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC).
The Clinton Community College Phi Theta Kappa has again collected holiday cards for military troops. This year, holiday and greeting cards will be sent to Camp Fuji, Japan.
Community members will have the opportunity to meet the candidates at open forums, each to be held from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Clinton Community College Room 116, 1000 Lincoln Blvd. in Clinton.
Floors were ripped out, fresh paint applied, and life-like simulators installed over the summer at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community College’s nursing labs – the extensive work all culminating in a grand debut this fall.
Seven faculty and staff were recently recognized for their contributions with EICC’s Emeritus Award. The award was presented to retired and retiring individuals who exemplified service to students and the community during their years with the college.
Learn how to make Holiday sweet treats with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' cooking classes.
This articulation agreement is significant for both EICC students who wish to pursue their Bachelor's Degree in Social Work and local communities as the need for social workers continues to rise.
Take Kyle Long for example, after dropping out of high school, getting his GED and securing a full-time job, he thought his chance at post-secondary education had passed. However, when he started working as a machinist at SMS in Muscatine he was surprised to learn there was another way forward, apprenticeship.
Ask most people for one word to describe the Quad Cities this past year and “flood” will probably be at the top of the list. The QC experienced the longest lasting flood ever in 2019. But maybe there are some better words to describe the year like “volunteer,” “cooperation,” “support” and “community.”
In 1929 Muscatine Community College was born, the result of the work of mostly a half dozen people, five of them women. Women, by the way, had just won the right to vote in 1920.
Changing your mindset from self-doubt to self-belief can be a long, hard road. As recent Muscatine Community College (MCC) graduate Deana Dawson can attest, it’s a journey well worth the effort.
America's Test Kitchen 20th Anniversary at SCC Culinary Center
The relationship between the United States and China is a critical one, becoming even more significant with the current tensions over politics, security and trade. China's rapid development and Chinese - U.S. relations have a direct impact on the lives of nearly every American as well as the global community.
EICC's Degree Plan for Adults is designed specifically for adults who are ready to start the path to a college education. Best of all, it's built with the flexibility to fit into busy work and family schedules.
The CCC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is holding a Culver's fundraiser on Monday, November 11 from 4 - 8 p.m.
Learn how you can use your prior military training and benefits to advance your career. We will be looking at all career options within our Auto, HVAC and Environmental Health and Safety programs.
Are you a gamer? Do you enjoy playing tabletop or video games? If so, this event is for YOU! Join us for all things gaming on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Clinton Community College for the CCC Gaming Guild Extravaganza!
CCC and the Franciscan Peace Center will join more than 75 venues across the country for the program, featuring a panel of leading experts in discussion with ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos via webcast.
Learn how to make delicious cheesecakes that are sure to be a party pleaser with EICC's cooking classes. There are seven classes being offered in November. Classes are hands-on, see below for location, date and time.
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The Clinton Community College Paul B. Sharar Foundation has accepted a donation from the Iowa American Legion Foundation. The gift will fund scholarships for Veterans attending the college including tuition, fees and textbooks.
Celebrate the holiday season with the Muscatine Civic Chorale as they perform "A Cool Jazz Christmas," November 22.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges in partnership with IowaWorks, is celebrating the U.S. Department of Labor's fifth annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) with a Registered Apprenticeship Fair.
Clinton Community College is pleased to announce upcoming performances for the 2019-20 Visiting Artist season.
The old model of waiting to begin classes only at the start of a semester is long over. Starting at that traditional time doesn't work for everyone. A new session begins October 21 with an eight-week term ending in mid-December.
Professionals from five local businesses will be available to speak and answer questions about some of the most in-demand career fields both locally and nationally - all of which can be started via programs at CCC.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges can help you get the FAFSA process started at our upcoming FAFSA Assistance Nights October 15, 16 and 17.
More than 50 colleges, universities and technical schools will be on hand. The event is free of charge and will be held October 14 from 5:30 - 7 p.m.
Learn about all our programs and new financial aid options that can mean you pay little to no tuition.
EICC is excited to announce our new HAZMAT training grounds and classrooms will now host the Great Environmental Safety Trainers' (GreatEST) Institute.
Anyone interested in learning about all the many options available is invited to attend the Ag Information Session scheduled for October 14, from 1 - 3 p.m. The event will be held in Gaekle Hall at the college, 152 Colorado St.
The Paul B. Sharar Foundation for Clinton Community College celebrated another successful year at the recent 2019 Chancellor's Society Dinner and Annual Meeting.
Clinton Community College has welcomed new staff and faculty to campus this academic year.
Local agencies will be available to answer questions about the services they provide. The Community Agency Fair will be held in the CCC Auditorium, 1000 Lincoln Blvd., from Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Clinton Community College's Maquoketa Center invites interested students to stop in for two special events coming up on October 1.
Constitution Day activities include Constitution Trivia, "The Framing of the U.S. Constitution" word search, "The U.S. Constitution and Fascinating Facts" given to attendees, and the all-American meal of hot dogs and chips served to all.
More than 50 colleges and universities will assemble at the SCC Urban Campus in downtown Davenport on October 14 for the area's largest college fair.
Clinton Community College President Dr. Karen Vickers has announced her retirement effective December 31, 2019.
In partnership with the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine and several other local organizations, Muscatine Community College has been awarded a grant that will help a group of Muscatine residents train for high-demand jobs.
We've blown out walls and renovated the nursing labs at all three of our Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community College campuses and now it's time to show them off.
CCC has been part of the Stop the Hate/Show the Love Walk since its inception 21 years ago. We welcome you to attend this year's Peace Walk on September 19.
These classes are exclusively designed for Chefs wanting to learn or brush up on specific culinary skills. Students must be graduate chefs to enroll in these classes.
We are experiencing technical difficulties with our phone lines. Our toll free 888 and 800 are lines, as well as any phone beginning with the area code and prefix 563-441-#### are down. We are working to get them up and running as soon as possible.
The new school year is just around the corner, and Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is making final preparations for the start of Fall classes on August 26. EICC includes Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges where registration is well underway.
Shouting out to all Muscatine Community College students, and students-to-be. To celebrate the college's 90th anniversary year, we will be giving away 90 gifts in the nine days leading up to the first day of fall classes.
Muscatine Community College has announced the Summer 2019 Deans' List and the Summer 2019 President's List.
These students were named to the President's and Dean's Lists for the 2019 Summer semester at Clinton Community College.
These students were named to the President's and Dean's Lists for the 2019 Summer semester at Scott Community College.
For the second semester Scott Community College (SCC) student, learning the ins and outs of the Medical Assistant profession has been the perfect path to a better future. It’s a future that’s recently been made even brighter with the help of new Urban Campus scholarships.
“The tavern is timeless,” Clinton Community College History Professor Steve Barleen, PhD said. “If you walked into a puritan tavern or walked into a tavern today, there might not be any differences in terms of form and function.”
You can’t blame students from Clinton Community College’s (CCC) Graphic Arts Technology program for feeling as if they were on the red carpets of Hollywood as they attended the annual American Advertising Awards gala in Cedar Rapids this spring.
Joel Youngs is a man always on the go. As the Regional Director of the Eastern Iowa Small Business Development Center (SBDC), SBDC’s National Conference and Education Chair, and a Venture School Instructor, he spends the majority of his time counseling small business owners. Roughly 350 a year to be exact.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges prides itself on providing a multitude of opportunities for students, whether that be new in-demand programs, classroom technology or transfer agreements. This fall, we’re excited to be adding even more to our offerings in all three areas.
This fall the college wrapped up renovations on two new labs, each with state-of-the-art technology. One is a science lab, furnished with new equipment and eBeam – an interactive whiteboard system.
Temple, who has been working as a paramedic for more than 25 years, helps manage the Quad City Regional Critical Incident Stress Management Team (QCRCISM). Made up of emergency responders from all disciplines, the volunteer group springs into action whenever their support is needed.
Lucina, and a new pediatric patient simulator, are among the new equipment included in lab renovations at both Clinton and Scott Community College.
At Eastern Iowa Community Colleges, we prepare students for these diverse fields with a variety of options. You can even earn money while you learn! Every program offers paid internships with some students earning more than the cost of tuition.
Standing right around five feet tall and weighing in at only 113 pounds, Scott Community College (SCC) student Tateum Park may not look very intimidating, but she is a force to be reckoned with.
Now is the time to register for fall classes. If you’re deciding what to do with your future, we have the answer.
Take a leap off the beaten path to discover an art gallery without walls at the Clinton Community College Bickelhaupt Arboretum during Arts at the Arb 2019. The 4th annual Arts at the Arb will feature metal artist John VandeWalle.
As a thank you to the community for all its support over the last decade, we're also introducing the Maquoketa Center 10th Anniversary Grant designed exclusively for students enrolling in classes this fall. When you enroll in two fall classes at the Maquoketa Center, you'll get your third class on us!