A message from Mark Grzybowski, Vice President of Student Services, to the IVCC student community:
Your personal health and safety is a priority of ours during this uncertain time. An additional priority of ours is to support and work with you in every way possible in order to limit the negative ramifications the coronavirus may have on your studies and other college-related matters.
If you experience hardships during this period and you begin to consider the drastic measure of withdrawing from courses or dropping out of IVCC, we strongly encourage you to reach out to an IVCC Counselor before doing so. Since each of your situations are unique, reaching out to an IVCC Counselor is one of the best ways to understand what possible options might be available to you. Contacting the Financial Aid Office will afford you the opportunity to understand how a withdrawal might affect your future financial aid status.
Again, our goal is to work with you so that you are still able to achieve your academic and personal goals. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us and ask how we can help.
Effective Monday, 3/23/20, all IVCC classes will be delivered online, likely through the remainder of the spring semester. Students should be in contact with their instructors through:
Student Services Directory & Departments
Vice President for Student Services
Administrative Assistant for Student Services
Health NoticesHealth Notices
Student Services Academic CalendarsAcademic Calendar of Important Dates Future Academic Calendar of Important Dates
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Student Services Podcast
You can listen to these through the SoundCloud links below or through Apple Podcasts.