Illinois Eastern Community Colleges

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Earn a Degree or Certificate
Earn a Degree or Certificate

IECC offers a wide range of degree and certificate programs that provide varied choices in pursuit of a career and technical education (CTE) or as a pathway to a four-year institution. 

Visit Our Colleges
Visit Our Colleges

IECC colleges offer great opportunities for new students, returning students, and adult learners.

  • Frontier Community College
  • Lincoln Trail College
  • Olney Central College
  • Wabash Valley College
Develop Professional Skills
Develop Professional Skills

IECC colleges offer skills that help students advance in their careers. We offer skills-based training courses for individuals as well as courses developed with local companies to train current employees. 

Take a Class or Two
Take a Class or Two

Aren't ready to join as a full-time student? Are you interested in just taking just one class? We offer the option of taking just one or two classes to meet the schedules and needs of a wide variety of students.

Train for a New Career
Train for a New Career

Whether you are starting over or looking for a new career, IECC colleges provide paths to help you jumpstart new job interests and get you back into the working world.

Learn Something New for Fun
Learn Something New for Fun

Interested in learning something new and fun? Try taking an art class. Join a theater production. Brush up on the Microsoft Suite. Each college offers a variety of courses that any student can take to try a new hobby or learn a new skillset.

12:1
Average Student-to-Faculty Ratio
4
4 of the Aspen Institute Top 150 U.S. Community Colleges
90%
Receive Financial Aid, Grants, or Scholarships
62%
Average On-Time Graduation Rate