Registration is now open for Spring Semester 2017. If you register by Friday November 18th, you will be automatically entered for a chance to win a $1000 scholarship!
Don’t wait and be stuck choosing from what’s left after everyone else registers. Register today to get the schedule you want!
Students who register early have:
- Better course selection: Want to attend classes just two or three days a week? Registering early increases the chances of getting into courses you want at the days and times that work best for you!
- The ability to plan their schedule for work or child care months in advance: Wouldn’t it be nice to know what your schedule will look like now, so you can plan ahead and avoid last minute surprises?
If you need assistance
- Schedule an appointment or stop by Counseling and Advising during Quick Stop hours
- Counseling and Advising are located on the second floor of the College Center Building and can be reached at 651-450-3508 or email@example.com
To search for courses, log into your E-Services account and select Courses and Registration. If you have difficulty accessing your E-Services account, or receive an error message when registering, contact the Enrollment Center at (651) 450-3503 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you like Volleyball ? Come to the Activities Building in the Gym. The meeting starts at 1pm. Don’t miss out.
Inver Hills Spring Scholarship Applications are due October 27, 2016. Include an application form, narrative, transcript(s), completed FAFSA form (if able to file) and letters of recommendation to get your application reviewed for a wide variety of scholarships for Inver Hills full-time and part-time students. Application form.
All applicants need to have submitted the 2016 FAFSA. Check with Financial Aid to be certain your FAFSA is complete for the 2016-2017 school year. Completed scholarship applications can be turned in to the Foundation Office in the College Center 287. Application form.
Every Wednesday at 3pm in FA 250
The Creative Writing Club at Inver Hills is introducing a student published Zine! We are accepting submissions until November 14th, 2016. Come be part of a fun and laid-back group that talks about everything from poetry, fiction, books we are reading and our own writing! Check out our poster with more details!
Questions? Find us on Facebok: Creative Writing Club at Inver Hills
This discussion will explore the issues, opportunities, and possible consequences of the 2016 elections. The stakes are unusually high considering (1) the balance of power is up for grabs at the national level in all three branches of government and (2) there are fundamental disagreements within the citizenry in key areas of American policy (e.g. constitutional rights, immigration, and foreign relations). We will also consider recent polling data (and gut feelings!) to predict election outcomes in the Minnesota Legislature, U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, as well as the Presidency.
We hope that you will consider attending!
Zack Sullivan and the IHCC Senate Advocacy Committee
When: October 27, 2016 12:30pm-1:45pm
Sponsored by IHCC Student Senate and the Political Science Department
Take advantage of this specular opportunity to connect with regional colleges and universities and find out how to transfer your Inver Hills coursework to their programs and colleges. Inquire about affordability, scholarships, pre-major requirements, program availability and application requirements. This yearly event will take place on the 2nd floor of the College Center Building (adjacent to the Counseling and Advising Center) from 10am-1pm, Oct 25-27.
- Tuesday 10/25, MN Private Colleges
(Augsburg, Hamline, Concordia, St. Scholastica, Saint Mary’s, Bethel, St. Johns, St. Bens, St. Kates, St. Thomas, and Minneapolis College of Art and Design)
- Wed 10/26, – University of Minnesota
(Duluth, Rochester, Crookston, Morris and Twin Cities Colleges such as Biological Sciences, Carlson School of Management, College of Science and Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and others)
- Thursday 10/27 – University of Wisconsin River Falls and the MN State Universities
(Metro State, St. Cloud, Winona, Mankato, and Moorhead)
A day has been set aside for potential transfer students to visit the University of MN and explore various STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) programs. Meet with faculty, current students and staff representing programs throughout the University. The event is being held on a day where you will not have classes at Inver Hills, Friday November 11, 2016 from 8:30am-12:30pm. Information and sign up available at: z.umn.edu/STEMVisitDay
Happy Halloween ! Come join us for spooky fun in the green room. There will be a costume party, tarrot card reader, and palm reader. The party will be held in the green room on Monday at 11:30am.
The election is approaching fast, and student civic engagement is very important. Pledge to vote, or pledge to help volunteer with the student get out the vote efforts and you will be entered in a drawing for a free credit of tuition or a Bluetooth sound bar! Pledge to vote here for your chance to win: http http://voteforme-mscsa.nationbuilder.com/pledge_ihcc