Alumni & Donors at WITCC
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Scholarship Information
Alumni / Foundation
Carolyn Ellwanger
Exec. Dir. of College Development
712.274.8733 ext. 1330

Brandy Tenhulzen
Alumni/Volunteer Coordinator
712.274.8733, ext. 1828
Apr 03
Easter Holiday
(No credit classes)
Apr 04
No College Services
Sioux City Campus
(No credit classes)
Apr 07
Cosplay Workshop
Time: 11:00AM
Apr 07
Cosplay Workshop
Time: 11:00AM
Apr 11
Free Legal Clinic
Time: 8:30AM
Apr 28
Graduation Cap & Gown Pick-up
RHK Bldg., Entrance #1
Time: 12:00PM
Apr 29
Graduation Cap & Gown pick-up
RHK Bldg., Entrance #1
Time: 8:00AM
May 01
1st Annual Lift-A-Thon
Dunker Student Center
Time: 5:00PM

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Alumni & Donors

Since 1989, the Western Iowa Tech Community College Foundation has existed to bridge the gap between the needs and resources of Western Iowa Tech Community College and its students. From scholarships to facilities enhancements to equipment needs for a variety of programs, the Foundation raises funds which enhance the college experience and provide top-notch educational opportunities for our students.

We greatly appreciate the support of individuals, businesses and foundations that are helping dreams come true for our students. Private support is needed to make the difference in our students' lives, and your investment reaches beyond the college to enrich the local economy with a more skilled and educated workforce. Graduates from Western Iowa Tech provide vital services through positions as nurses, HVAC technicians, police officers, childcare providers, office support, dental assistance, homebuilders, and more. More than 90 percent of our students remain in this area after graduation to live, work and raise their families.

If you would like more information, please feel free to contact a member of the Foundation staff shown to the left.






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