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Admissions

 

IVCC Office of Admissions
Peter Miller Community Technology Center
Room CTC 101A
Phone number: (815) 224-0439

IVCC offers the option to waitlist select courses once they are full. For details, go to the IVCC Waitlist page.

How to Apply 

Options for applying, online application, part time vs. full time, policies and procedures.

Enrollment Steps

Information about the steps after applying to help new students get started.

Orientation

Information targeted to new students to help them prepare for their new college careers. Material includes Fall and Spring Preview, Strategies for College information, and a Where Do I Go If sheet to help you find everything you need at IVCC.

College Night

Information for College Night 2015. Save the date-Thursday, October 22nd from 6:30- 8:30 PM

Parent Information

IVCC wants to help you! We gathered resources about how you can help your student prepare for college. Take a look at some of the important information below to help you get acquainted with IVCC. The website is located at www.ivcc.edu/parents.

High School Student Enrollment

Information for students who want to enroll in college classes while still in high school (including E-square classes).

Limited Admission Programs

Information on Dental Assisting, Nursing, and Therapeutic Massage programs, which are all limited admissions programs.

Online version of the Nursing Information Session--sound is required.

International Students

Information and documents that international students need to begin the admissions process at IVCC.

Home Schooled Students

Information and FAQ’s about topics specific to students who have been home schooled.

Nursing Information Sessions

Nursing is a limited admissions program, so attendance at one of the information sessions is extremely important to understand the requirements of the admission process. Information includes dates, general topics, and contact information.

Residency Definition:

30-DAY RESIDENCY qualifies a student for in-district tuition. Students must be residing in the district for 30 days prior to the start of the semester. To prove residency, students should be able to provide one or more of the following:

1. Voter registration in District 513

2. Evidence of tax, utility, or rent receipts in District 513

3. Driver's license and/or vehicle registration showing an address in District 513

4. Other documents which can verify residency in District 513.