Northwest Iowa Community College
Northwest Iowa Community College was organized April 27, 1966. The college is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The college is located on a 269-acre campus one mile west of Sheldon. Northwest Iowa Community College offers both vocational technical programs and arts and sciences transfer courses — 43 programs in all.
NCC's student placement rate has averaged 98 percent. Many of NCC’s highly skilled specialist programs have consistently had 100 percent employment success for their graduates. The NCC Placement Office offers lifetime placement assistance for its graduates.
2013 enrollment in credit programs was 1,628. Additionally, NCC’s noncredit enrollment annually exceeds 28,000 in career supplemental, preparatory continuing, and high school completion, which includes both GED and high school diploma. The college’s economic development programs provide extensive training services to area businesses and industries.
- "Fall enrollments second highest in Northwest Iowa Community College's 47 year history". KIWA Radio. 2013-09-19. Retrieved 2014-02-26.
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