Iowa Valley Community College District

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Welcome to Iowa Valley Community College District. IVCCD operates Marshalltown Community College, Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls, Iowa Valley Continuing Education, and the Iowa Valley Grinnell satellite campus. Take the next step and get more information about our outstanding programs and services. To do so, click on the tabs above the large photo on this page.

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We have been named one of the Top 30 mid-sized workplaces in Iowa for 2014 (fourth year in a row). The fact that our employees think this is a great place to work has a direct impact on the satisfaction of our students and other stakeholders.

 
 
One of baseball's all-time greats, Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra, was known for his ability to make a statement that was both profound and humorous at the same time. Two of my favorite Berra quotes seem to have meaning for all of us who work in higher education and, more importantly, for today's c...

Iowa Valley Community College District Chancellor Dr. Chris Duree of State Center was honored with the Alumni Achievement Award presented by Iowa State University's College of Human Sciences. He received the award at a university-wide ceremony on Oct. 10; the ceremony was part of Iowa State's Hom...

The IVCCD Board of Directors approved five 260F Iowa Jobs Training Agreements totaling just over $72,000 with companies in Grinnell, Marshalltown and Hubbard when it met this week. All of the companies are multi-year training partners with Iowa Valley....

The good news just keeps on coming to Marshalltown Community College! A couple of weeks ago we announced a nearly $1 million gift from MCC alum William Faust for the renovation of our Student Union. The outcome from this gift is going to be "experience-altering" for our students. Well, on Sept. 2...

Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) is a participant in an innovative plan developed by Iowa's community colleges to train thousands of workers in high-demand fields. Word has been received that the plan has been funded with a $15 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor....

 

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