NCC Enrollments Increase

Date posted - October 5, 2015

nursing-1 (002)Sheldon, Iowa — Enrollments at Northwest Iowa Community College are up for the fall of 2015 as compared to fall of 2014. The final numbers for the fall are 1,612 students which is an increase of 2.81% over last fall. This represents about an 80% overall increase in enrollments since fall of 2000 in which NCC had 897 students.

NCC offers over 40 programs of study, including applied technology programs, health and business programs, and Arts & Science transfer programs.  Many of their programs, including both Arts & Science (including Business & Health) and Applied Technology programs, allow a student to take their first one or two years of courses at NCC, then transfer to a four-year college or university. NCC has signed many articulation agreements, so you can make a career plan and transfer your credits to a four-year College or University.  Some of NCC’s partners are:  Iowa State University, University of Northern Iowa, University of Iowa, Briar Cliff University, Northwestern College, Buena Vista University, South Dakota State University, and many more.

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