Exciting New Programs and Flat Tuition at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges

Criminal Justice – You may have heard, we formally announced our new Criminal Justice AAS program this week. The program has the support of law enforcement departments throughout our area. It’s designed specifically for students interested in beginning a career in law enforcement, security or a related area, immediately after graduation.

The first year of the program is available at all three of our main campuses as well as the college’s Maquoketa Center. The second year is at our Scott Community College Urban Campus in downtown Davenport. This AAS program is in addition to our long-standing Criminal Justice AA Degree for transfer into a four-year Bachelor’s Degree. eicc.edu/criminaljustice

Cybersecurity – We don’t have to look much further than the recent cyberattack on the East Coast energy sector to understand the growing importance of trained cybersecurity professionals. EICC has been building a strong presence in the field, even establishing a Cyber Center of related information. eicc.edu/cybersecurity

Graphic Arts – Previously based at our Clinton Community College, the Graphic Arts degree will now be offered entirely online meaning students will be able to take it from anywhere, scheduling time around work or family commitments. eicc.edu/graphicarts  FYI, Graphic Arts is one of two dozen Iowa Last Dollar Scholarship programs so students from Iowa don’t have to pay tuition. eicc.edu/lastdollar

Flat-Tuition Rate – Speaking of tuition, EICC has introduced a new flat-tuition rate. Students enrolled in 12 credit hours on campus, can take up to six additional hours either on campus or live online with no additional tuition cost. They take up to 18 hours for the price of 12. eicc.edu/flattuition

College Transfer Majors – The state transfer majors program is growing with majors continuously being added. This is a great program, started as a cooperative effort between Iowa’s state universities and community colleges, that has since expanded to include several private colleges. You can see the current majors list at eicc.edu/transfermajors but be sure to check back because the list is growing.

Kelsey King

Admissions Coordinator

Toll-free 1-888-336-3907    eiccinfo@eicc.edu

US Service Academy Nomination Window Now Open – Rep. Miller-Meeks

Any students interested in attending a U.S. Service Academy must receive a nomination from an authorized source, which includes their Member of Congress. Because of this requirement, we wanted you to be aware of the process the Office of Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks will use for academy nominations this year.

Anyone seeking a nomination must open an application fiile. To do so, please go to https://millermeeks.house.gov/services/military-academy-nominations. When the submission is received, you will be sent a confirmation of receipt email along with documents on completing an application file. A completed application file must be received by the deadline of 5pm CST on October 20, 2021, for the student to advance in the nomination process.

Those who have completed an application file by the deadline and meet the criteria of the academies applying to will be scheduled for a mandatory interview with the Service Academy Review and Advisory Board on November 20, 2021. Any students seeking a nomination are advised to keep this date open.

Students may apply for nominations to multiple academies, which is encouraged. This only increases the chances of receiving an offer of admission from an academy. Students must apply directly with each academy for which they seek a nomination and are responsible for meeting all criteria and requirements for each institution.

You can find some frequently asked questions at https://millermeeks.house.gov/services/military-academy-nominations/military-academy-nominations-faq. If you have any questions please contact IA02.Academies@mail.house.gov.

Genesis Adventure In Nursing (GAIN) Camp

If you wonder what it would be like to be a nurse, then this is the place for you to come this summer and learn more!  Camp will be held July 12-16, 2021, 8:00 am – Noon daily.  Campers will experience first-hand what it would be like to become a professional nurse for Genesis Health System.

Registration forms must be returned by May 17, 2021.

Click here for Brochure: Genesis Nursing Camp

Boy Scouts of America – Sea Scouts

The Illowa Council, Boy Scouts of America, has an exciting new opportunity for High School age students to join Sea Scouts! This opportunity if for youth interested in the Navy, Coast Guard, or anyone interested in sailing. Sea Scouts includes anything on the water like sailing, power boats, and paddle sports.

This is open to young men and women ages 14-18 and is based out of the Coast Guard Auxiliary in Rock Island. There is an open house for interested youth on May 22nd between 10:00-11:00 AM. See the flyer for more details.

Camp Wyoming

Camp Wyoming (located in Jones County, Iowa) is in need of staff and volunteers this summer.


Summer staff: Current seniors in high school can work with us for half the summer (staff training plus June 13-July 2 or July 11-August 1) as a Program/Kitchen Assistant. This is the perfect way to experience all of the behind the scenes at camp like setting up special programs, helping in the kitchen, leading activities, and filling in as a counselor when needed. This role allows students to be part of the camp community for a summer before taking on the full responsibilities of a counselor.


Female volunteers only: Our TTT (pronounced Tri-T) summer camp program serves close to 100 4th grade girls a week from under-privileged homes throughout Iowa. Volunteer counselors assist our camp staff and help lead the girls in activities like swimming, arts and crafts, kayaking, and games, as well as supervise them in their cabins at night. TTT Volunteers are needed the week of June 13-18. Volunteers must be current juniors in high school or older to apply.


Male and female volunteers: Our traditional summer camp programs serve children and youth between the ages of 5 and 17. These programs are religious in nature, so volunteers must be comfortable working and participating in a Christian program. Volunteer counselors assist our camp staff in caring for campers and leading activities like swimming, kayaking, archery, and Bible study, as well as caring for the campers at night. Volunteers are needed during the weeks of June 20-25, June 27-July 2, July 11-16, July 18-23, or July 25-30. Volunteers must be current juniors in high school or older to apply.


If you are interested in working or volunteering with us, email Stacie Hoppman at stacie@campwyoming.net or apply online at campwyoming.net.

Toddler Town Childcare Center

Toddler Town Childcare Center on West Central Park, is looking to fill a few afternoon employment positions from 3:30-6:30. Must be 18 or older. Toddler Town will help with certifications with the required trainings upon employment.  Please call 563-888-1175 to set up an interview.

ISASP – Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress

ISASP – Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress (previously known as the Iowa Assessments) are scheduled for April 5th and 6th.  All students grade 9 – 11 are required by the state of Iowa to complete this testing.  Guided Independent Learning students are expected to attend the scheduled testing sessions on both Monday and Tuesday, April 5th and 6th.  New this year, testing will be administered electronically. Seniors will not be in school on these days.

English teachers will post the room assignments.

Monday, April 5, 2021

Freshmen 7:45 am – 10:15 am

Sophomores 7:45 am – 11:15 am

Juniors 7:45 am – 10:15 am

Students are released after testing is complete

Tuesday April 6, 2021

All 9 – 11 Students 7:45 am – 10:00 am

Students are released after testing is complete

Make up testing must be completed by Friday, April 9th.

Both Days

  • Bring your laptops
  • Make sure your laptops are fully charged

If you have any questions please contact Student Services.