Itasca Community College

Grand Rapids, MN, USA

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Itasca Community College

3.71 Average Rating

Morgan-lee from Bovey, MN

a past student here
2 people found this review useful
Categories Comments
In three sentences
The best place to start.
Tips for prospective students
Get your AA degree and transfer to another school. You will receive a great education and save money.
Academic Rigor
The over all programs are challenging but can be done with hard work.
Dorm Life
Only one dorm building but very comfortable and close to campus.
Food and Dining
Selection is limited but the food they serve is good.
What to do for fun
Itasca has many student life events like concerts,bowling, and dances.
Bang for the buck
Great education without breaking the bank from high tuition.
Share any unusual traditions or locations on campus
Itasca has a pow wow every year. Allowing students to be exposed to an Indian Culture.
Great for these types of students
Itasca Community College is great for someone unsure about what they want to major in. In addition, they offer Associates Degrees in Business, Engineering, Nursing,Forestry, and a traditional AA.
Clubs and Activities
They have a great CRU and many other great clubs to join. Itasca also has Volleyball, Football, Wrestling, Women's Basketball, Men's Basketball, Softball, and Baseball teams. They also provide many intramural sports.
Campus Safety
Itasca is very small and safe environment.
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Francesca from Bovey, MN

researching this school
1 person found this review useful
Categories Comments
In three sentences
Small campus and small town, but with a big heart. Easy to bike or walk to town and the bowling alley is 5 mins away walking. Lots of trees and nature stuff.
Tips for prospective students
Stay the night or go to a camp. Get to know as many professors as you can. Don't mess around with the apple trees.
Academic Rigor
I've been told that this is a very good school if you want to be an engineer.
Dorm Life
(Reviewing the Engineering Building dorms) Cold floors and worse than average bathrooms, but with a large area. TV in the common area, lots of chairs, and a community fridge.
Food and Dining
Good food, but limited selection.
Great for these types of students
Engineers
Outdoor type
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Brendon from Bemidji, MN

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
Categories Comments
In three sentences
Small, student friendly, family orientated college. Inexpensive credits and teachers are always willing to help!
Tips for prospective students
Don't procrastinate or take too many credits your first semester.
Academic Rigor
Engineering classes are difficult but teachers are very willing to help. Small classes that are very student friendly.
Dorm Life
Dorms are larger than at other schools I toured.
Food and Dining
Food is good but not large variety.
What to do for fun
Participate in the weekly dorm life activities. It's fun to hang out and play pool and games in the Activities Center.
Bang for the buck
This school is small, family oriented. Class sizes are small and credits are inexpensive. Teachers are extra helpful and it's nice to have a small school feel that you can usually find staff to help you. Study groups really help!
Share any unusual traditions or locations on campus
Outdoorsman Club.
Great for these types of students
Outdoorman. We share hunting and fishing tips and stories!
Clubs and Activities
Circle K,
Women in Engineering,
Society of Automotive Engineers,
Minecraft League,
Nerf League,
Outdoorsman Club
Campus Safety
It feels safe because there are lots of people around during the day. Security are always around at night.
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