Juniors and Seniors...join us for Thunder Fridays!
Visit NCC for Thunder Fridays and check out life at NCC! You'll get a campus and dorm tour, meet with faculty within your desired program, chat with current NCC students, and talk with an admissions representative! Have questions about financial aid? Meet with a Financial Aid rep and talk about financial aid opportunities.
Agenda: 9am - 1pm
Meet with Faculty, NCC Students, & Admissions
Placement assessment and Financial Aid meetings available in the afternoon.
Any Juniors and Seniors who attend Thunder Fridays will receive $100 in Thunder cash to spend in the NCC Campus store. That means you can go home with all the free t-shirts, hoodies, water bottles, ball caps, and more! Limit one Thunder cash card per academic year.
Ready to see what your life can look like at NCC? Sign up for Thunder Fridays!
Get financial aid!
We work with you to reach your goal of attending college! Our Financial Aid staff will help you find aid programs and will counsel you in planning your individual methods of meeting college costs.
Receive a fully accredited education!
We're fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. This is a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges & Schools and the Iowa Department of Education, in addition to specialized accreditation for specific academic programs.
Launch your career!
NCC is ranked #1 in Iowa and #4 in the nation for Best Junior College for Employment with a whopping 96% job placement rate. Are you ready to launch your career?
Earn a great income!
Did you know that those with a degree on average make 40% more money? A diploma from NCC will set you up for success in your career so you can earn a great income. It's time to start your success story today!
Exciting student life!
Choose from tons of clubs, organizations, and intramural sports such as basketball, dodgeball, volleyball, soccer, and so much more. NCC is home to an elite collegiate Sports Shooting Team and is ranked #4 in Iowa!
A program as unique as you!
Design your education path with full-time, part-time, night or day classes, on-campus, and online options. You choose what works with you! Many of your classes will be hands-on and will introduce you to an exciting new world in your chosen field of study.
Ready to learn how you can launch your career, earn a great income, and engage in exciting hands-on courses all while participating in a program customized to your unique needs? Sign up for Thunder Fridays today.
“The instructors were very helpful! The skillset I received at NCC has helped me to be successful in my career.”
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"The people that I’ve met have been super helpful and supportive in giving me the best learning experience I can get."
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Nondiscrimination in Education
It is the policy of Northwest Iowa Community College not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, creed, religion, and actual or potential parental, family or marital status in its programs, activities, or employment practices as required by federal and state civil rights statutes and all other applicable federal and state laws, regulations and orders. The Board of Trustees shall monitor progress on this policy through the President’s appointed Affirmative Action/Equity Coordinator(s). If you have any questions or complaints related to compliance with this policy, please contact one of the Equity Coordinators at Northwest Iowa Community College, 603 West Park Street, Sheldon, Iowa, room D403b or room A101D, email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone number 712-324-5061, extension 113 or extension 137, fax 712-324-4136; or the Director of the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison, Suite 1475, Chicago, IL 60661, email OCR.Chicago@ed.gov, phone number 312-730-1560, fax 312-730-1576.
The College’s Title IX Coordinator or his/her designee (“Title IX Coordinator”) coordinates the College’s response to reports of sexual harassment. The Title IX Coordinator does not serve as an advocate for either the complainant or the respondent. The Title IX Coordinator will explain to both parties the informal and formal processes and the provisions of confidentiality. Where appropriate, the Title IX Coordinator will provide to both parties information on options for obtaining advocacy, medical and counseling services, and making criminal reports, and will assist with providing information on other resources. The Title IX Coordinator will coordinate with other campus officials to implement and coordinate appropriate supportive measures such as mutual no-contact orders and academic accommodations. The Title IX Coordinator is trained and knowledgeable about enforcement, compliance, communication, and implementation of the College’s anti-harassment and anti-discrimination policy.
The Title IX Coordinators’ contact information is as follows:
Title IX/Equity Coordinator (for employees)
Phone:712-324-5061, Ext. 113
Title IX/Equity Coordinator (for students)
Phone: 712-324-5061, Ext. 137