COVID-19 Update

Check https://www.iavalley.edu/about-the-district/covid-19-updates/ for additional updates regarding IVCCD’s responses to COVID-19.

Our campuses are open to select students and employees only. Online classes are going smoothly; lab classes and events remain canceled until mid-April. Students can access services and staff through email. Our switchboards are accepting calls, but most staff are not on campus at this time.

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ECC-Specific Student Information

These are informational emails to all ECC students related to our college responses to the emerging COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. All updates will include a date/time, with newer information at the top of this page.

STUDENT EMAIL (MAR. 20 @ 4:50 PM)

2020-2021 Registration
Good afternoonThanks to everyone for your patience as we continue to move forward in response to COVID-19. As we work through the many challenges that go along with that, please look for updates on your College email and the website to find the most current information.

Students who plan to return next fall can currently access the online schedule for Fall/Winter 2020 and Spring/Summer 2021 on PawPass. Priority registration for TRIO students and students receiving veteran benefits opened Monday, March 23. All returning students can begin registering for classes April 1. Be sure to work with your advisor to get into the classes that align with your degree. Unsure who your advisor is? Look in My Academic Tools in PawPass. Advisors will be reaching out to students through email.

Please remember that your bill must be paid in full before you can register. You can check on your bill or make a payment on the Finance tab on PawPass.

If you have registration questions, be sure to connect with your advisor or anyone in Student Services or the Hub.

Take care and stay healthy! Dr. Barb Klein, ECC Dean of Student Affairs

ECC Dean of Student Affairs

Barb Klein

Barb Klein

Barb has been a lifelong learner, earning her associate’s degree at Iowa Lakes Community College, bachelor’s degree in Business Administ...

Barb has been a lifelong learner, earning her associate’s degree at Iowa Lakes Community College, bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Buena Vista University, and master’s and PhD in Educational Leadership at Iowa State University (go Cyclones!). She is active in her community, where she serves on the Chamber/Main Street board and various committees, even...

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