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Policies & Reports

This page is a relatively new addition to our website. We anticipate adding information over the next several months.

IVCCD Strategic Agenda 2010-2013

A current copy of our Strategic Agenda Progress Report/Tracking document can be found on our AQIP web page

IVCCD Board Policy Manual (pdf)

Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) Statement

Educational Equity Statement

IVCCD Communication Plan (pdf)

If you don't see what you're looking for here, you may also want to check out our Institutional Research and Academic Quality Improvement Project/AQIP web pages. If you still can't find what you need, email us at and we'll try to help!

Sometimes the things that make the most sense are never realized. And then again, sometimes they are. A statewide, work-based learning intermediary network makes sense and the Iowa legislature awarded $1.45 million for the development of such networks in each of Iowa's 15 community college distri...

The Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) Board of Directors approved three additional applications for early retirement when it met this week in Iowa Falls, bringing the total number of early retirements to four. The newest applications were approved for three Marshalltown Community Colleg...

According to the most recent U.S. Census, approximately 35 percent of Iowans have attained an associate degree or higher. Within the Iowa Valley Community College District service area (primarily Hardin, Marshall, Tama and Poweshiek Counties) that rate falls to 28 percent....

With bids opened earlier in the week, the Board approved the bid of $2.214 million from Garling Construction of Belle Plaine for renovations and remodeling on the Iowa Valley/Marshalltown Community College campus. The project will include remodeling of an Advanced Manufacturing area, remodeling of H...

A recent report published by the Association of Community College Trustees (2013) emphasizes the reality that "higher education has become essential for collective economic prosperity and individual advancement." Predictions from the Georgetown Center on Education indicate that 65 percent of all ...


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