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FREE Outdoor Movie Night

Saturday, October 10 – Main Campus locations The Original “Ghostbusters!” Outdoor screenings of the original “Ghostbusters” (1984) will be shown on outdoor screens at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges. So who ya gonna call??? Your family

Returning to College? Ease the transition

When adults need to re-tool for a new career, community colleges are the ultimate resource. To make the most of a return to the classroom, try these tips: Don’t worry about your age. Many students will be

Reaching Out – Growing to Meet the Needs of Our Communities

Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) includes Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges.  Stretched along the banks of the Mississippi River, the district covers all of Clinton, Jackson, Muscatine and Scott Counties, as well as parts of Cedar

Explore Eastern Iowa Community Colleges

Explore your potential and ours!  Take advantage of upcoming opportunities to visit our campuses, meet with staff and learn more about major college decisions.  We understand that everyone has a unique learning style so we offer many

Area Youth can LEARN MORE at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges Summer Camps!

Summer camp . . . the phrase calls up images and memories from our younger days. But we’ll venture to guess that most of us never had the chance to go to “Zombie Camp”, become a “Master

Transfer Advantages for Eastern Iowa Community College Graduates

Starting at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) and then transferring to a four-year public or private college or university is a common strategy for students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree. From teens to adult learners and

EICC Can Help You Achieve Your Career Goals

Whether you’re a student trying to find the right major or preparing to graduate, or someone already out in the world of work, it’s always a good idea to build the right habits and skills for a

Education Makes for More Career Options

Adam Sterner, 2014 MCC Graduate It’s great when you finish what you start . . . it’s even better when you finish much more.  That’s been the experience of Adam Sterner, a recent graduate of Muscatine Community