Iowa valley difference
WHY COMMUNITY COLLEGE?
Today's students have a lot of options after high school. Why should students spend their time and tuition dollars with us? Simple - we can offer individual attention, instructors with a vested interest in your success, unique programs, hands-on education, focused career training, and a four-year experience in two years.
The better question is: why not choose community college?
FIND YOUR FIELD
Your college major should be an extension of who you are. Don't settle - we'll help you find the field of study that aligns with your passion. Explore Fields of Study at Ellsworth Community College and Marshalltown Community College today!
Agriculture, Animals, Food, & Natural Resources
Arts & Communication
Business & Finance
Computer Science & Information Technologies
Criminal Justice, Education, Human Services, Law
Engineering, Math, & Science
Healthcare & Wellness
Manufacturing & Skilled Trades
Marketing & Sales
“We are committed to providing quality learning experiences, ensuring student success, and partnering to address diverse community needs in an inclusive and respectful environment.” IVCCD Mission Statement
More than a mission statement, this is part of the fabric of who we are as an institution. We work hard to put the "community" into community colleges.
BY THE NUMBERS
0%Iowa Community College graduates are employed in their field within a year of graduation.
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#0Medical Assisting program ranked, statewide
0%Percentage of people that take a short-term training class and remain in Iowa after completing the program.
0%Average percentage of students that qualify for some sort of financial aid while studying at Iowa Valley.
IVCCD Board Report – May 10 Meeting
IVCCD Board Approves Jobs Training Programs The IVCCD Board of Directors approved three jobs training agreements during the Board meeting. The training agreements will be facilitated through Iowa Valley Business…
Board to Launch the Search for Next IVCCD President
Dr. Kristie Fisher Named Next President of Kirkwood Community College Iowa Valley Community College District’s President Dr. Kristie Fisher was announced as the next President of Kirkwood Community College, based…
Join in Celebrating Iowa School Boards
May is School Board Recognition Month, sponsored by the Iowa Association of School Boards, to celebrate the contributions of board members to Iowa public education. The Iowa Valley Community College…
Gov. Reynolds Awards $13.5 Million To Expand Health Careers Through Apprenticeships
DES MOINES, IOWA – Governor Kim Reynolds today awarded $13.5 million in funding for apprenticeship programs to help expand health careers across Iowa. Iowa’s Health Careers Registered Apprenticeship (RA) Program,…
IVCCD Board Report – April 12 Meeting
IVCCD Board Approves Work on Welding Lab at Ellsworth IOWA FALLS – The IVCCD Board of Directors approved a contract with OPN Architects to work on the Ellsworth Community College…
IVCCD Joins #CCMonth Campaign to Draw Attention to Community Colleges
The Iowa Valley Community College District will join Iowa’s 15 community colleges and over 1,200 community, technical and junior colleges across the nation in celebration of Community College Month (#CCMonth),…
IVCCD Board Report – March 8, 2023
The IVCCD Board of Directors approved the $1.282 million bid from Ball Team, LLC to make updates to the Babe Harder gym and locker room on the Marshalltown Community College…
IVCCD Board Report – February 8 Meeting
IVCCD Board Approves Babe Harder Gym Renovation MARSHALLTOWN – The IVCCD Board of Directors approved plans to make updates to the Babe Harder gym on the Marshalltown Community College campus.…
IVCCD Board Report – January 11 Meeting
IVCCD Board Hears Audit Report MARSHALLTOWN – The IVCCD Board of Directors heard a report from Nick Stanley of Schnurr and Company, LLP, independent Auditing and CPA firm. Schnurr issued…
IVCCD Board Report – December 14 Meeting
IVCCD Board Re-Elects Leadership MARSHALLTOWN – The IVCCD Board of Directors elected Board Leadership during the final meeting of the 2022 calendar year. The Board unanimously re-elected Larry Johnson as…