High School Students

Earn College Credit & Prepare for Your Future

It is easy for high school students to gain a head start on college through EICC. Take our classes in-person or online, or attend EICC classes offered right within your high school. It costs you nothing and catapults you towards your academic and career goals.

Convenient College Credit Options

College Connections

Through the College Connections program, you enroll and complete classes at your school, on one of our campuses, or online. The credits you earn will count toward your EICC certificate, diploma, or degree. Best of all - your high school covers tuition and supplies. Not you. 

 

Take Liberal Arts classes, such as College Algebra or Public Speaking. Or, start working on a technical certificate, diploma, or degree before you complete high school. 

Go to the College Connections Student and Parent Handbook

Career Academies

Through EICC Career Academies, you build real-world experience while earning college credit. Finish a full year of college courses and pay nothing. 

Career Academies operate at all three EICC campuses, although specific academies vary by location. For more information, contact one of our high school advisors.

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, earn a Basic Electricity certificate as well as the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) 10-Hour General Industry credential 

After high school, complete your EICC education with an Engineering Technology diploma or an Associate in Applied Science degree in Engineering Technology 

Learn more about the Advanced Manufacturing Career Academy.  

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, complete Foundations of Agriculture and Advanced Foundations of Agriculture programs of study 

After high school, complete your EICC education with an Associate in Applied Science degree in Agribusiness Management or Farm Management 

Learn more about the Agriculture Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, earn an Automotive Service Technician certificate 

After high school, complete your EICC education with an Automotive Technology diploma or an Associate in Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology 

Learn more about the Automotive Technology Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, earn a Small Business Management certificate 

After high school, complete your EICC education with a Business Professionals diploma, an Associate in Applied Science degree in Business Professionals or Accounting Management, or an Associate in Arts degree in Business (for Transfer Majors) 

Learn more about the Business Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

After high school, complete your EICC education with (outcomes needed) 

Learn more about the Coaching Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

After high school, complete your EICC education with (outcomes needed) 

Learn more about the Construction Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, earn a Criminal Justice certificate 

After high school, complete your EICC education with a Criminal Justice diploma or an Associate in Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice 

Learn more about the Criminal Justice Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, earn a Culinary Arts certificate and ServSafe credentials 

After high school, complete your EICC education with a Culinary Arts diploma or an Associate in Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts 

Learn more about the Culinary Arts Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

After high school, complete your EICC education with (outcomes needed) 

Learn more about the Early Education Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, complete Foundations of Health Care and Advanced Foundations of Health Care programs of study 

After high school, complete your EICC education with an Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing 

Learn more about the Health Care & Nursing Career Academy. 

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, earn up to 32 credits in Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning fundamental courses 

After high school, complete your EICC education with an HVAC diploma 

Learn more about the HVAC Career Academy. 

Availability: Muscatine Community College 

While still in high school, earn a diploma in IT Networking — Systems & Security or IT Networking — Cyber-Security 

After high school, complete your EICC education with an Associate in Applied Science degree in IT Networking — Systems & Security or IT Networking — Cyber-Security 

Learn more about the IT Networking & Cyber-Security Career Academy. 

Availability: Clinton Community College 

While still in high school, earn up to 12 credits in Programming fundamentals 

After high school, complete your EICC education with an IT — Programming certificate 

Learn more about the IT Programming Career Academy. 

Availability: Clinton & Muscatine Community Colleges 

While still in high school, complete Foundations of Teacher Preparation and Advanced Foundations of Teacher Preparation programs of study 

After high school, complete your EICC education with degrees, including transfer opportunities, in Agriculture Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education 

Learn more about the Teacher Preparation Career Academy.

Availability: All campuses 

While still in high school, earn a Production Welding certificate as well as the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) 10-Hour General Industry credential 

After high school, complete your EICC education with a Basic Welding certificate or an Associate in Applied Science degree in Welding 

Learn more about the Welding Career Academy. 

Self Paid

Accelerate your college education.With approval from your high school counselor and parent, you can pay for and take EICC courses.  Attend in the evening, online, or during summers.  All you need is your high school’s approval. 

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After High School: A Great Scholarship Offer

High school students earning credit through EICC qualify for our special Connections scholarship, which offers three levels of aid when you continue with us after your high school graduation. Aid may include free classes or half-price tuition.

LEARN ABOUT CONNECTIONS
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Accomplish Goals With ACCESS

High school students with disabilities can choose our ACCESS program to build employability and vocational skills. You identify a career goal and enjoy one-on-one assistance in moving toward that goal. This program is paid by your school district.

LEARN ABOUT ACCESS

Connect With Your Advisor

If you’re planning to attend a certain campus, select that campus and contact any listed advisor. If you’re unsure about your campus selection, feel free to contact any advisor for help. 

Concurrent Advisors

Joe Shovlain

Joe Shovlain

Concurrent Advisor
jshovlain@eicc.edu
563-244-7014

Office 100B
Advises High School Concurrent: Clinton, Career Academies

Schedule an appointment with Joe

 

College & Career Transition Counselors/Coaches

Holly Hansen

Holly Hansen

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
hmhansen@eicc.edu
563-441-4004
Serves Cal-Wheat and DeWitt Central High Schools

 

Lorene McLaughlin

Lorene McLaughlin

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
ltmclaughlin@eicc.edu
563-244-7192
Serves Bellevue and Maquoketa High Schools

 

Marla Schultz

Marla Schultz

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
mshultz@eicc.edu
563-244-7131
Serves Camanche and Northeast High Schools

Concurrent Advisors

Anabelia Calderon-Flores

Anabelia Calderon-Flores

Concurrent Advisor
acalderon-flores@eicc.edu
563-288-6035
Advises Durant and Muscatine High Schools

College & Career Transition Counselors/Coaches

Mikayla Cardenas

Mikayla Cardenas

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
micardenas@eicc.edu
Serves Muscatine High School

 

Theresa Putnam Genz

Theresa Putnam Genz

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
tputnamgenz@eicc.edu
563-288-6047
Serves Columbus Junction and Louisa-Muscatine High Schools

Sara Schnepper

Sara Schnepper

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
sschnepper@eicc.edu
Serves Wilton and West Liberty High Schools

Concurrent Advisors

Molly Gleason

Molly Gleason

Concurrent Advisor
mmgleason@eicc.edu
563-336-5241
Advises Assumption, Davenport Central and Davenport North High Schools

 

Lori Perez

Lori Perez

Concurrent Advisor
ljperez@eicc.edu
563-441-4057
Advises Davenport West and North Scott High Schools

 

Jill Spengler

Jill Spengler

Concurrent Advisor
jmspengler@eicc.edu
563-441-4137
Advises Bettendorf and Pleasant Valley High Schools

College & Career Transition Counselors/Coaches

Patricia Madden

Patricia Madden

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
pamadden@eicc.edu
Serves North Scott High School

The Community's College

Clinton Community College

1000 Lincoln Blvd.
Clinton, IA 52732
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Muscatine Community College

152 Colorado St.
Muscatine, IA 52761
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Scott Community College

500 Belmont Rd.
Bettendorf, IA 52722
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