Scholarship Reminder

Scholarships are just like “free money for school”!

Inver Hills Spring Scholarship Applications are due October 26, 2017. Include an application form, narrative, transcript(s) and two letters of recommendation to get your application reviewed for a wide variety of scholarships for Inver Hills full-time and part-time students.  Application forms are available in the Foundation office or Welcome Desk in the College Center. If you received a fall semester scholarship you are also welcome to apply for spring 2018.

If you have questions please contact: Leslie Krona, Inver Hills Community College Foundation Scholarship Coordinator. LKrona@invershills.edu or (651) 450-3714.

Student Lunch Box Collection Drive

In collaboration with Student Success Day, the Student Resource and Resiliency Committee is collecting donations for the Student Lunch Box Program at the registration desks.

The Student Lunch Box program provides basic meals for students spending long hours on campus who don’t have the financial resources to purchase food on campus or bring it from home. The program includes both lunch and breakfast items. To access this service, students should visit the Health Services office (CC109) and our staff will assist you in accessing the lunch box program. No appointment or registration is required.

  • The program is in need of:
  • Juice Boxes/Pouches and other individual packaged drinks
  • Hot Tea Bags
  • Sugar/Stevia Packs
  • Lunch Paper/Plastic Bags
  • Popcorn Packs
  • Individual Dark Chocolate Pieces
  • Packs of Tuna salad w/crackers or Chicken salad w/crackers. (Not refrigerated)
  • Oatmeal Cups
  • Soup to Go Cups
  • Granola Bars
  • Instant Noodle Cups/Trays (Like ramen)
  • Forks/Spoons/Stir Sticks
  • Disposable Cups (for hot drinks)
  • Individual Packs of Nuts, Fruits, Crackers, Cookies, Trail Mix, Fruit Snacks, etc.

 

If you are able to donate, please bring your items to the Student Success Day check in tables. Thank you for your kind donation to our program.

 

Sociology Club – Information Session

Tuesday, September 19, 2-3pm, Fine Arts Building Room 292

Are you constantly curious and analyzing people’s behavior? Ever eavesdropped on someone? Interested in joining a club where YOU have a say in what we do?

Come find out what Sociology is all about and how you can be a part of creating a club! Everyone is welcome and has a place in Sociology. What will yours be?

Snacks provided – BYOB

Questions? Can’t attend, but interested? Contact Jackie Austin at jaustin@inverhills.edu or 612.296.6250.

Bookstore Sale!

The Inver Hills Bookstore is having an end of summer sale! All of our t-shirts, polo’s, and shorts will 20% off from 9/25-9/29. Don’t miss out on these September savings before they’re gone!

Looking for a Job on Campus?

Click the link below to view more than 25 work study positions available now on campus!

Have you considered working on the Inver Hills campus?  There are currently more than 25 student work study positions available.  Please click here to view the current openings.

There are many benefits being a work study student employee:

  • Get a paycheck every two weeks to spend as you wish
  • Taxes are minimal for work study students
  • Gain professional experience with a highly regarded organization
  • Establish professional references and recommendations
  • Enhance your computing skills and learn new data systems
  • Become more connected to your campus and all its resources
  • Work study students typically are more successful in their classes

 

You need to be work study eligible for these positions:  be registered for at least 6 credits for summer or fall semester, have your 2017-18 FAFSA on file, and meet the federal award guidelines.  If you have questions about your work study eligibility, please email finaid@inverhills.edu.

Financial Aid Office

Inver Hills Community College

finaid@inverhills.edu

Early Alert Program & Official Email Information

The Early Alert program is designed to promote student success through communication between students, instructors, and advisors. If an instructor feels that you are experiencing difficulties in a course (in terms of assignments, test scores, participation, or attendance), you may receive an email message through the Early Alert program.

The email message will tell you if your instructor has concerns about your attendance or academic progress and will prompt you to seek out your instructor. The message will also include a list of college resources available to you and steps you can take to improve your progress. Review your instructor’s recommendations carefully and take action in a timely fashion—it’s key to your success!  These Early Alert emails will be sent to your preferred personal email account.  If you do not open your Early Alert email, a letter will be mailed to your home address.

Please read your email frequently as email is the official form of communication for Inver Hills Community College.   You can often eliminate follow-up emails, calls and letters by viewing and downloading images on all emails from Inver Hills Community College.  It is important to click the “Download Images” or “View Images” button in the header of IHCC emails as this action converts an email’s status from “Not-Viewed” to “Viewed”.  The college staff works together to ensure your email communications are timely, targeted and relevant; be sure to read ALL your emails.  You may update your personal email address by logging on to E-Services, clicking Account Management, then Demographic Info.

 

Sociology Club – Information Session

When: Tuesday, September 19, 2-3 pm

Where: Fine Arts Building Room 292

Are you constantly curious and analyzing people’s behavior? Ever eavesdropped on someone? Interested in joining a club where YOU have a say in what we do?

Come find out what Sociology is all about and how you can be a part of creating a club! Everyone is welcome and has a place in Sociology. What will yours be?

Snacks provided – BYOB

Questions? Can’t attend, but interested? Contact Jackie Austin at jaustin@inverhills.edu or 612.296.6250.

Student Success Day

Join us in  on Wednesday, September  27th.

This all-day event includes FREE food, one-on-one faculty time and other sessions to learn about:

  • Campus Resources
  • Careers & Transfers
  • Money Management
  • Student Life
  • Study Skills
  • And more!