Eastern Iowa Community College District strives to provide accessible quality educational programs and services, which anticipate and respond to personal and community needs and expectations. These efforts will reflect an active committment to excellence, to lifelong learning and to cooperation with all segments of the community.
|Campus Setting:||Small city|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Associate's|
|Level of Institution:||At least 2 but less than 4 years|
People are really nice and the staff is always there for help. Even though it is a community college, once you get on campus you feel as if you are on a regular campus with libraries, class rooms, labs, and computer labs and printers. Printing on the printers is free so that is a big plus if you run out of ink or paper at home.» Read More
Scott Community College offers a lot of activities for all students. For me, I got involved in Phi Theta Kappa and the Honors Program which brought me a lot of joy. There are opportunities for all students, though, that will allow all students to be a part of something in the college, so that they will enjoy their experience. Again, the teachers have really aided me in this experience, and have helped me to find activities which would be most enjoyable and beneficial for me. I enjoy being a part of a college where the teachers enjoy being a part of their student’s lives.» Read More
At first, I was a skeptic. I took one look as Scott Community college and thought, I don't belong here: it's a glorified high school! Why on earth didn't I pick a prestigious university? Then I began learning. Not only from my professors, but from the students themselves. Community colleges have by far the richest diversity of all learning institutions. They are the ones who opened my eyes to a different world. The more I learned, the more I liked it. SCC may not be as well-known as the University of Nebraska, or as prestigious as an Ivy League school, but it gives a quality education and a rich and complex diversity to life.» Read More