High School Students Overview & Opportunities at WITCC
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College Now Contacts
Susan Grau
  susan.grau@witcc.edu
  712.274.8733 ext. 1675

Katy Karrer
  katy.karrer@witcc.edu
  712.274.8733 ext. 4205

Maria Slaughter
  maria.slaughter@witcc.edu
  712.274.8733 ext. 1216

Amber Kilburn
  amber.kilburn@witcc.edu
  712.274.8733 ext. 1242
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Overview & Opportunities

College Now is a Western Iowa Tech Community College program through which high school juniors and seniors can earn college credits while still in high school. Benefits of participating in this program are many:

• There is no cost to the students or their parents for tuition or for books

• Completed courses can earn both high school and college credit and will generate a college transcript.

• Credits can transfer and apply toward an appropriate college degree.

• College Now students who graduate with a 2.0 or higher in all college course work will receive a $1200 WITCC scholarship when they enroll full time the following semester.

Curriculum is developed in close association with academic leaders at Western Iowa Tech Community College. Most classes are held on the high school campus where instructors must be approved and meet all college standards. Some classes are held on the WITCC campus or even online. At present, 28 high schools participate in the program offering 90 courses in 300 course sections.

Class subjects may be "gen. ed." or technical. They may be taken either individually or as part of a "Career Pathway" that sets up classes in a particular line of study leading to a degree or certification in various fields such as Health, Business, Police Science, Auto Mechanics and many others.

Enrollment

Entry to the program is determined by the high school counselor. These counselors work closely with WITCC College Now staff to register students appropriately in courses. Some courses will have ACT recommendations or pre-requisites that must be completed before entry. So, students interested in College Now should contact their high school counselor as early as spring of their sophomore year to find out what options and opportunities are available to them.

Contact your high school counselor to get started!

Western Iowa Tech Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other protected basis as defined in Iowa or federal law as amended from time to time in its educational programs, activities, admission procedures or employment practices. Individuals who believe they have been discriminated against may file a complaint through the College's Grievance or Complaint Procedures. Complaint or Grievance Forms and Procedures may be obtained from the WITCC Human Resources Department, Dr. Robert H. Kiser Building, Room A242, (712) 274-6400, Ext. 1220.
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