Are you ready for a career instead of just a job? Do you want to make a fresh start? Are you ready to finish that degree you started years ago?
Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) programs provide career opportunities for learners at any stage of their work lives. Some convenient options to launch the next phase of your career include:
Degree After Five
A college degree that fits your hectic schedule! The Degree After Five program provides working professionals flexible options to earn an Associate of Arts or Associate of Arts-Business Administration degree.
Different start times each semester, five-week classes and a hybrid format that balances classroom and online class time work together to make Degree After Five accommodate your needs.
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Evening Welding Program
If you’re following the news or scanning the help wanted ads, you know welding is one of northeast Iowa’s hottest jobs. The pay is great, and employers need qualified people in many different industries.
It is now possible to train for an in-demand welding career, work full-time and have a family. The new evening welding program is perfect
The evening option at the Peosta campus enables students with daytime commitments to earn a welding diploma and qualify for advancement or a new career locally. Interested? Contact the NICC Admissions Office at 563.556.5110,
ext. 211, to learn more!
Earn your degree at the Dubuque Center!
If the commute to the Peosta campus is a roadblock to earning your degree, enroll in the Associate of Arts program at the Dubuque Center instead.
You can complete every one of your classes at the center, located at 700 Main St. in the heart of downtown Dubuque. Associate degree credits transfer to other colleges and universities to complete a
For more information on programs at the Dubuque Center, contact Susan Stork, at 888.642.2338, ext. 104, or email@example.com.
Financial Aid makes your Education Possible
Are you scratching your head on how to pay for a college degree? Worry no more; thousands of students each year utilize financial aid to pursue the career of their dreams.
From 2012-2013, 80 percent of non-high school students at NICC applied for financial aid, and 75 percent received some federal, state or local aid, including NICC scholarships. In fact, the total aid received by NICC students during that time was $26.4 million, and more than $4.5 million has been awarded in NICC Foundation scholarships
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