Welcome to a new year at the Writing Center! We can help you with all parts of the writing process and with all types of writing assignments. We’re located on the 2nd floor of the Learning Center, right above the Library, and we’re open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Friday. You can make appointments on TutorTrac from the link on the Learning Center and Writing Center web pages. We look forward to seeing you!
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Unidos Club open house will be September 1, 2016 at CC117 at 12pm. We will have elections. Please come in, meet new students and be part of our elections.
Fitness Center Hours
Students will need IHCC student ID for free admission and first time users will need to fill out a health form/waiver.
Monday to Thursday 9am to 6pm, Friday 9am to 4pm
Schedule adjustments: September 25 12-5pm Student Success Day; Home DCTC volleyball October 3 & 12 close at 5pm; Friday Oct. 7 Close at 3pm for volleyball games.
Nov. 9, 21, 30 close at 5pm for DCTC basketball games.
Pick up Gym Floor Schedule at Rec office Activities-115. Change of shoes required with wood floor.
Lockers: Semester and daily use. Lockers are for users who work out or participate in class and Intramurals/club sports –Lockers are NOT BOOK LOCKERS.
Semester lockers with built in lock $5 Cash or Check only. Physical Education classes August 22. Recreation users August 29 until gone. Combo locks are available at the Rec. office. Daily use lockers 3 hour limit-No overnights.
Club and intramural sports sign up online at www.inverhills.edu/Intramurals. All participants will sign a waiver to play.
Club Flag Football Season: Tuesday and Thursday 2:45pm. Games late August to the end of October. Meeting on Thursday, August 25, A-220 2:30pm. Players are required to watch NIRSA rules DVD. Games are played with other Metro Community Colleges home and away with transportation provided. Metro Tournament hosted by Inver Hills on Thursday, October 21 at 10am (No classes Ed MN break). Regional Oct. 28-30 in Iowa City.
Softball: Wednesdays at 2:30pm. Meet Wednesday, August 31, 3pm Act. Upper lounge area. Time to get out the gloves (we have some if you need one to borrow).
Soccer: August 29 to mid-October. Mondays 3pm. Meet August 29, 3pm, Activities upper lounge area. Leg guards required.
Ultimate Thursdays at 12pm. Meeting September 1 12pm, Activities upper lounge area. Played on field behind Heritage Hall building.
November basketball contests TBA
Ice Hockey meeting on Tuesday, September 20, 12pm, room Act-220. “Fall Get in Shape” will be open hockey at the Eagan Arena Saturdays 10:30-11:15pm. Weekly $5 open hockey fee to be paid to the arena. IHCC fee is $25 due December 16. Inver Hills is part of the Metro Club hockey league consisting of Normandale, Anoka Ramsey, North Hennepin, Century. Inver Hills games are played late January to early March.
Have questions or need information, contact Tom Bo Johnson 651-450-3676/ Rec. office 651-4503539 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can’t figure out how to start a paper? Confused about how to make your writing better? Struggling with a grammar question? Overwhelmed with just how much work goes into writing?
Make the Writing Center (located on the 2nd floor of the Library Building) your next stop.
The Writing Center provides students with individual tutoring in every phase of the writing process in any subject, including:
-drafting and organizing a paper
-creating a resume or cover letter for a job application
-personal statements for college admissions
-connecting you with great writing resources
And so much more!
Our job is to help you to become a better writer. While we won’t edit for you, we will show you how to edit for yourself.
We at the Writing Center are committed to helping you become the best thinker, learner, and writer you can possibly be.
You can easily make an appointment with one of our three tutors—Joan Nichols, Signe Ilstrup, and Caitlin Heaney—through TutorTrac. Just click the “Make an Appointment” button on our Writing Center page (search for “Writing Center” on the IHCC main site).
We can’t wait to see you in the Writing Center soon.
Charting the Future is a strategic effort to help change how we work and encourage collaboration among MnSCU institutions to better prepare our students for success and achieving a more prosperous Minnesota. We are imagining a better world for our students, our colleges and universities, and our communities across the state.
Opportunity to provide feedback on the draft FY2017 MN State Charting the Future work plan
The draft FY2017 Minnesota State (formerly MnSCU) Charting the Future work plan is available on the Inver Hills Strategic and Integrated Planning webpage along with a link to provide feedback on the draft of the work plan.
Have you considered working on the Inver Hills campus? There are currently more than 20 student work study positions available. Please click here to view the current openings.
There are many benefits being a work study student employee:
- 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 fall semester for these positions: be registered for at least 6 credits for spring semester, have your FAFSA on file for 2017, and meet the federal award guidelines. If you have questions about your work study eligibility, please email email@example.com.
Inver Hills Community College Information Technology Services is providing Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus to students at no cost via the Microsoft Student Advantage Program. Each student may install this software on up to five computers, PC or Mac, and five mobile devices – Apple iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile.
The subscription is free as long as you’re an active student enrolled in a class. For more information and to start installation, please visit: https://www.inverhills.edu/CampusResources/TechnologyServices/office365.aspx
Sincerely, Information Technology Services 651-450-3444
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.
Inver Hills Community College has partnered with The Open Door Mobile Pantry to offer students free, healthy food support right here on campus. There are no income requirements and students can request food for themselves as well as others in their household who share meals. The food includes many fresh, wholesome foods such as milk, eggs dairy, meat, fruits and vegetables as well as non-perishable food items. The Mobile Pantry is on campus most Wednesday afternoons from Noon-3:00 PM. To get started please call 651-450-3508 and schedule a Mobile Pantry registration appointment with an Inver Hills counselor. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org .