Monthly Archive:: April 2013

A Place for All Ages: Traditional and Nontraditional Students at NICC

Come one, come all. Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) welcomes all community members, whether they are high school students who want to earn college credit, recent high school graduates looking to get ahead with a competitive degree

Pathways to Northeast Iowa Community College: There’s a Place for Everyone

  Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) students arrive at our doors through diverse pathways, and this issue of Career Focus highlights many successful stories of students of various ages, backgrounds, and educational and training goals. Some students

Entering STEM Fields Gives Graduates the Career Advantage

If you enjoy forensic science, chemistry lessons that have a real-world purpose, new inventions and engineering concepts, or even have a casual interest in television’s varied crime scene investigation dramas, a degree in one of several Northeast

Building Materials Management Scholarships

Successful communities in these tough economic times are embracing public-private sector partnerships to realize their mutual goals and fuel economic growth and prosperity. Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) students stand to gain in many ways from this

We’re never too old to learn

News about a December 2012 Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) General Educational Development (GED) graduate grabbed local and national headlines last year. Why all of the attention and accolades? Because the 85 year-old GED recipient, Lois Houselog

Achieve Your Education and Career Goals

Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) offers more than 75 programs of study that provide you with endless opportunities. Our expert faculty give you the specialized attention you need in classes that have around 17 students. Many programs

Employers and Employees Both Win: Business and Community Solutions

Employers and their current and future workers have a lot to gain from Northeast Iowa Community College’s (NICC) Business and Community Solutions division. For job seekers, employers looking for workers with specific skill sets, underemployed workers who

Do My Credits Transfer? You Bet!

There are more than 75 academic programs at NICC in areas that include: Advanced Manufacturing and Mechanical Technology; Agriculture and Animal Science; Business, Communication and Marketing; Education, Human and Public Services; Electrical and Construction Technology; Health Sciences;