Clinton Community College
Clinton Community College (CCC) is located in the heart of Clinton, Iowa. Founded in 1946 to originally serve World War II veterans, our campus has since expanded and now serves more than 1,500 students each year.
We are a welcoming community that fosters learning, collaboration, and personal growth. Our classrooms are filled with the latest technology and expert faculty who do more than teach; they guide, support, and mentor. We provide robust student services, resources, and activities that spark professional, and personal, growth.
In addition to the main campus on Lincoln Boulevard, we offer programs and classes at the Maquoketa Center, Clinton Career Advancement Center, DeWitt Career Advancement Center, and the Bickelhaupt Arboretum.
The campus has been a beacon in the Clinton community for 75 years. From a range of academic programs to comprehensive student support services, this is a place for you to expand your skills, earn a degree, and advance your career. You belong here.Explore the Main Campus
Clinton Career Advancement Center
Across the street from the main campus, this ultramodern 26,700 square-foot facility hosts career and technical programs, including automotive tech, culinary, healthcare, welding, and more. Enjoy multi-purpose labs, classrooms, and study sessions in the large common area.Learn more about the Career Advancement Center
DeWitt Career Advancement Center
This state-of-the-art 26,000 square-foot facility supports career and technical education training programs. With dynamic classrooms and spacious labs, you'll get hands-on and in-depth training in agriculture, business, construction technology, CNC machining, healthcare, information technology, and more.Explore the DeWitt Career Advancement Center
Co-owned by the Maquoketa School District, this building houses dozens of programs with fast-track options and flexible scheduling. Earn a degree or up-skill in the Advanced Manufacturing Center. Work on an assignment in one of the two state-of-the-art computer labs, in the large study space, or the meeting room.Explore the Maquoketa Center
Explore this nationally recognized, 14-acre outdoor museum of select-labeled trees, shrubs, ground covers, perennials, and annuals. Created in 1970 by Robert and Frances Bickelhaupt, the arboretum was donated to the college and features award-winning collections, classes, tours, lending library, and a museum display of native animals. It's open to everyone, free of charge, from sunup to sundown.Discover the Bickelhaupt Arboretum
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