Kirkwood Community College
Kirkwood Community College has more of what you’re looking for. Choose from over 120 programs, certificates and diplomas to find your perfect path. You can graduate and transfer to a four-year institution or go straight into the workforce. Whatever path you choose, you’ll learn from passionate, experienced and award-winning faculty who care about your education and future.
Kirkwood has one of the lowest tuitions in the state with more than $3 million in scholarships. With just one scholarship application, it’s never been easier to see if you are eligible for any of the 1,200-plus scholarships at Kirkwood.
Find the program that’s right for you; get a first-rate education; save tens of thousands of dollars and have a great time doing it! Everything you want in a college experience is right here at Kirkwood.
Go to www.kirkwood.edu/admissions to learn more.
General Information (2017-2018)
Financial Aid: 319-398-7600
|FAFSA Code: 004076
ACT Code: 1275
SAT Code: 6027
|Enrollment: 19,900||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: July 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $4,860||Estimated Books & Supplies: $2,500|
|Types of Programs: Liberal Arts (AA, AS), Career and Technical Training||Minimum Admission Requirement: Ability to benefit from attendance|
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