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IVCCD earns NACEP reaccreditation on dual credits for high schools

Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) has been reaccredited through 2026 to provide dual credit courses to high school students through Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls and Marshalltown Community College/Iowa Valley Grinnell. The reaccreditation is from the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) Accreditation Commission. According to NACEP, 26 dual credit programs at…

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Dr. Kristie Fisher is named new IVCCD Chancellor

This afternoon the Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) Board of Directors named Dr. Kristie Fisher to succeed Dr. Chris Duree when he retires as IVCCD Chancellor on June 30. Currently a resident of Solon and Senior Director of National Associations & Market Engagement for ACT. Inc., Dr. Fisher indicated she and her husband plan…

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IVCCD Bond Referendum fails by narrow margin

Iowa Valley Community College District’s $32 million General Obligation Bond Referendum received 58.39% approval from voters yesterday, missing the required 60% approval by an estimated 62 votes. A total of 3,814 ballots were cast, including 1,496 who voted by absentee ballot or at satellite voting stations in March. In an email to IVCCD Board members…

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Dr. Greg Schmitz is fourth IVCCD Chancellor candidate

Dr. Greg Schmitz, Vice President of Eagle View Partners in Cedar Falls, is the fourth and final candidate who will be interviewed for the Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) Chancellor position. Dr. Schmitz will participate in a two-day interview process April 2-3 on the Marshalltown, Grinnell and Ellsworth campuses. Faculty, staff, students and community…

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Dr. Kristie Fisher is third IVCCD Chancellor candidate

Dr. Kristie Fisher, Senior Director of National Associations & Market Engagement for ACT Inc., is the third of four candidates who will be interviewed for the Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) Chancellor position. Dr. Fisher will participate in a two-day interview process Mar. 27-28 on the Marshalltown, Grinnell and Ellsworth campuses. Faculty, staff, students…

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Dr. Joe DeHart is second IVCCD Chancellor candidate

Dr. Joe DeHart, Provost of the DMACC Newton Campus, is the second of four candidates who will be interviewed for the Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) Chancellor position. Dr. DeHart will participate in a two-day interview process Mar. 25-26 on the Marshalltown, Grinnell and Ellsworth campuses. Faculty, staff, students and community members will have…

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Dr. Martin Reimer is first IVCCD Chancellor candidate

Dr. Martin Reimer, Provost of Ellsworth Community College, is the first of four candidates who will be interviewed for the Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) Chancellor position. Dr. Reimer will participate in a two-day interview process Mar. 20-21 on the Marshalltown, Grinnell and Ellsworth campuses. Faculty, staff, students and community members will have an…

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Four IVCCD Chancellor candidate visits scheduled

The Iowa Valley Community College District Board of Directors met in closed session this afternoon to discuss the IVCCD Chancellor Search Committee’s recommendations for candidates. The Board took no action upon returning to open session and adjourning, but a schedule for the candidate visits has been released. The Board will bring four finalists to the…

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IVCCD Bond Referendum overview

The Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) Board of Directors has voted to put a $32 million General Obligation Bond Referendum before voters on Tuesday, April 2. Approval of the bond referendum will help the District do the following: Support dual credit programs that allow high school students to get needed job training and save…

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IVCCD declares Week of Giving

The Iowa Valley Community College District Employee Engagement Committee has declared Dec. 3-7 as its Week of Giving. During the week, local community college employees and community members are encouraged to support one or more designated projects with donations. All donations will be directed to community college students and/or community charities. The daily designated projects…

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