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EFC Study Tours sponsors trip to Italy. Info Mtg: Feb 24, 4:00p,  Arts & Sciences Bldg, Rm 125 | Contact: Carol Ryon| Find out more: 
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Join other travelers on Jan 25th  at 2:00 ATC building room 125 to find out more information about the International Travel Opportunity to the Alps.  IHCC is offering a Spring 2015 term class where you may travel and earn college credit (requested travel dates May 15 - 25th).
If you have any questions please contact Carol Ryon at 641-684-6859 or email
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Check out our new Regional Entrepreneurship Center (REC), which offers a full service entrepreneurial training center and business incubator! 
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Check out the latest Ebola Information, published by our Student Health Services Office:
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Winter Registration is now OPEN! Register today for Winter Term to ensure you get the courses you need. 
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Dr. Marlene Sprouse (IHCC President), Dr. Matt Thompson (VP of Academic Affairs), Chris Bowser (Dean of Student Services), and Bill Meck (CFO) take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on August 24, 2014
Catch the video at:
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Video: Begin Your Life-Changing Journey Today at Indian Hills Community College! 
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Check out this new video parody promoting the Academic Success Center and poking fun at the typical negative Election Ads that we’ve all enjoyed watching lately! And this coming Tuesday, be sure to choose the path to Success! 
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Important information and deadlines for Fall Graduates! Don't miss the Nov. 13 deadline for your Graduation Application. Find out more at:
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Today is the last day to register for courses for Fall Term. Life-changing opportunities start here!
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Fall Term at Indian Hills begins Tuesday, August 26.
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Indian Hills will be on Late Summer Break, August 18–25. Staff will be available to assist students in preparing for classes.
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525 Grandview Ave Ottumwa, IA 52501, United States
525 Grandview AvenueUSIowaOttumwa52501
Community CollegeToday 7:15 am – 4:45 pm
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Indian Hills Community College is a regionally-accredited college, offering degree and non-degree programs, on-campus and online courses/programs are available.
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"They have great instructors."
"...I warned him in regards to the financial aid office..."
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"Not the biggest or best funded community college..."
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Robert Jake
4 months ago
Campus is great, school is fantastic, but they worship their basketball team that they got straight out of Compton.
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Daniel Gray
11 months ago
Not the biggest or best funded community college, but from my experiences through there computer software development program for the last year and a half I have enjoyed it. They have great instructors. And through there internship program I got a I.T job just 6 months into it.
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3 years ago
I have been at Indian Hills now for a little over a year and a half working on my nursing degree. I love nursing and wouldn't change my degree, but I can't say the same about the school. I have had nothing but problems since the day I started. I have never been at school that has misplaced my financial aid information and would tell me that they had everything they needed until I called to find out why my tuition was not paid, only to find out that actually they did need something. Furthermore, the staff has proven to continuously be unhelpful about my education. I am a hard working student with good grades trying to prepare myself for a 4 year university. I was mislead about an AA degree being beneficial for an out-of-state university and ended up taking unnecessary classes and paying for them out of pocket. And all this while being shipped from one office to the next and back again to try and get assistance about my degrees, to find out that the first place I was at could have actually help me. Many times it is really difficult to be able to fit in any extra class within specialized programs like Nursing because the arts and sciences class are not scheduled at functional times for these types of students. Usually one or two classes are set up and the school offers little flexibility. In addition to the inconvenient class schedules they put out, they have not only with just one class, but two classes within a single term have over-lapped them so a portion of the class is in-class lecture to only go home and do the rest of the class online. Out of state students are paying out of state tuition for an online class when online classes are offered for in-state tuition price. The school is by far the most unaccommodating and stressful experience that I and many of my friends have had when it comes to the administrative aspect and the departments designed to assist students in their education. I have received nothing but uninterested attitudes from staff members about doing their jobs and attitudes about seeking assistance from employees who want to do nothing more then hurry up and get out for the day. I have seen the bookstore locking the doors on students 20 minutes before closing time and get still getting an attitude about how the remaining students are lucky they still have a couple minutes before the computers are turned off. I don't expect staff to cater to students, but I would appreciate seeing staff who care about their jobs, I have learned being nice gets me walked all over, and nobody should have to demand that educational assistance is provided by staff.
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Response from the owner - 2 years ago
Anna, we're sorry to hear that you've had such a frustrating experience. We assure you that this is not typical. We are eager to help you resolve these issues. Please contact our Student Services Office (contact information available on website:, and we will be glad to help.
A Google User
4 years ago
Absolutely nothing to do here if you live on campus and are under 30. The school is geared towards older commuters and the food is horrible.
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Alexander Lewman
a month ago
It needs more sport choices. although its a pretty nice place.
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Katelyn Myers
a year ago
I love IHCC I am very pleased by my college experiance. I live in the dorms and I am joining Electrical and Renewable Energy Technology.
A Google User
2 years ago
My step daughter had lots of issues on a regular basis with the financial aid dept, from the beginning to the end of her 2 years. Caused her extra stress, too often.
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Nick Gaskill
3 years ago