Western Iowa Tech Community College is a publicly supported comprehensive community college serving the Iowa counties of Cherokee, Crawford, Ida, Monona, Plymouth, and Woodbury, which have a combined population of about 180,000. The main campus is located in Sioux City; the other campuses are located in Mapleton, Le Mars, Denison and Cherokee. The institution offers associate degree and certificate programs. WITCC Mission As a comprehensive community college, our mission is to provide quality education and to economically enhance the communities we serve. Values & Guiding Principles Student Learning - We value the personal, intellectual and occupational growth of our students. Quality - We are committed to quality instruction and services to maximize student success and employer satisfaction. Access - We provide access to the College by addressing student needs related to time, location and cost. Diversity - We respect individual differences and strive to meet the needs in our diverse communities. Lifelong Learning - We promote lifelong learning for personal and professional development. Academic Freedom - We are dedicated to the free exchange of ideas and information which promotes our growth as an educational institution. Shared Governance - We believe in shared governance and encourage our employees and students to contribute to the development of the College. Efficiency and Effectiveness - We are committed to continuous improvement and fiscal responsibility within our educational programs and College services. Dedication - We value a workplace which promotes mutual respect and cooperation between the College and the employees. Professional Integrity - We are committed to the high standards of ethics and integrity in our relationships, our professional activities and the performance of our duties.
Western Iowa Tech Community College has a diverse student body made up of recent high school graduates, single parents, displaced workers, and veterans. For over 50 years now, WITCC has been educating these students into the driving force of our business community. We teach future business leaders, healers, designers and educators with the intellectual and technological skills they need to compete locally and globally. Please help us provide a quality education to more people in Siouxland by bridging the financial gap our students face each year. Your generous gift will be used for WITCC Foundation Scholarships and support the next generation of thinkers, doers, and problem solvers.
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach - Woodbury County is an educational, nonprofit, county government organization that brings research based information and programming from Iowa State University to residents of Siouxland.
Westwood Community School Foundation was formed to provide financial and material resources to enhance the quality of education for the students and staff of the Westwood Community School District.
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Briar Cliff University is a community committed to higher education within a liberal arts and Catholic perspective. In the Franciscan tradition of service, caring and openness to all, Briar Cliff emphasizes quality education for its...
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