Itasca Community College

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Itasca Community College (ICC) is located in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. It is a two-year community college that was founded in 1922 and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Itasca Community College was recently ranked the 5th best community college by The Washington Monthly.

ICC grants associates degrees in applied science (A.A.S.) in engineering, accounting, forestry/natural resources, and pulp and paper; professional certificates in child development, geographic information, and nursing; as well as diplomas in practical nursing, wild land fire fighting, and pulp and paper.

As a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association ( Region XII), ICC offers athletic programs in seven sports, four men’s (baseball,basketball,wrestling,and football) and three women’s (softball,volleyball, and basketball). ICC teams compete in the Minnesota Community Conference. In February 2007, heavyweight Chris Miller, became ICC’s first national champion at the NJCAA National Wrestling Championship.

Surprisingly, global education plays an important role at ICC. Each Fall, about 20 Danish Science and Technology students visit ICC. The international students first spend a few days in New York City, then travel to Grand Rapids, where they spend their first weekend with American host families. During this time students visit the Badlands of South Dakota, Duluth, Minnesota, and usually attend a Minnesota Twins baseball game. The following March, about 20 ICC students travel to Svendbourg, Denmark, where they particpate in classes at the HTX Svendbourg institution. This gives ICC students the opportunity to study abroad in Europe.

General Information

Admission Office

1851 Highway 169 East

Grand Rapids, MN 55744

(218) 322-2340

(800) 996-6422

Fax: (218) 322-2332



Contact: Candace Perry

Director of Enrollment Services
Main Address

1851 Highway 169 East

Grand Rapids, MN 55744

(218) 322-2300

www.itascacc.edu
Size

Total undergrads: 1,203

First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 361

Degree-seeking undergrads: 1,067

Setting

Rural setting

Large town (10,000 – 49,999)

Commuter campus

Degrees offered:
Associate

Admissions Information

Application Fee

College has an application fee: Yes

Regular application fee: $20

Online application fee: $20
Admissions Policies/Requirements

College-level reading and English testing required for class act teacher education program.


College Majors

Area, Ethnic, Cultural, & Gender Studies

Native American Studies A

Business, Management, & Marketing

Accounting A
Business Administration/Management A

Communications & Journalism

Mass Communications/Media Studies A

Education

Early Childhood Education A
Education – General A

Engineering

Engineering – General A

Engineering Technologies

Engineering Technology – General A
Pulp and paper technician A

Health Professions & Clinical Sciences

Home Attendant C
Nursing – Practical C
Nursing Assistance C
Prenursing A

Liberal Arts & Sciences

General Studies A
Liberal Arts & Sciences A

Natural Resources & Conservation

Forestry – General A
Natural Resources & Conservation – General A
Wildland firefighting A,C

Psychology

Psychology – General A

Public Administration & Services

Human Services A
Social Work A

Social Sciences

Geography A

Degrees, certificates and diplomas for each major are designated by the following letters:

    A = Associate degree
    B = Bachelor’s degree
    C = Certificate or diploma

*We do not guarantee the accuracy of information on this page. All information is subject to change. You should confirm all information with a college admissions officer.


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