Indian Hills Community College
Indian Hills Community College has embarked on its second half-century of changing the lives of the tens of thousands of students who have gone to the college with the hope of increasing their knowledge and improving their future. Indian Hills has more than 50 years of offering entire academic programs as well as specific courses that meet the needs of area employers and enhance the job prospects of its students.
IHCC offers a four-day academic week, which has proven to be very popular for students who are balancing their college schedule with work or family commitments.
More than 80% of all Indian Hills students receive some form of financial assistance.
To see all that Indian Hills has to offer, you need to schedule a campus visit. Arrange your personal campus tour by contacting the IHCC Admissions Office.
General Information (2017-2018)
Financial Aid: 641-683-5262
|FAFSA Code: 008298
ACT Code: 1282, 1269
SAT Code: 6083, 6312
|Enrollment: 4,407||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: July 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $5,440||Estimated Books & Supplies: $1,300|
|Est. On-Campus Room & Board: $4,770||Minimum Admission Requirement: HS diploma or equivalent|
|Types of Programs: Arts and Sciences/College Transfer, Career and Workforce Education, Health Sciences, Advanced Technologies|
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