Vote for Inver Hills as Minnesota’s Best educational institution!

Inver Hills has been nominated in the Education category for the Star Tribune’s Minnesota’s Best Readers’ Choice Award program! Help us win by voting once a day now through Friday, May 21 in two education sub-categories: College/University and Adult Learning. Click here to vote.  You can vote in both categories every day. Just click on …

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Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA)

Inver Hills Counseling and Advising Communication Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) Dear Student, Inver Hills Community College, as part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, will receive a second round of federal recovery aid under the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF II), more commonly known as Coronavirus Response and …

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Nominate An Inver Hills Employee for ‘Employee of the Year’

We are preparing for an exciting virtual Gala on Thursday, April 22nd and will recognize outstanding alumni, employees, and community partners at both colleges.  Students, please submit nominations for deserving staff members (counselors, advisors, student life, financial aid staff) who have gone above and beyond or faculty members who has helped you succeed. Simply go …

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Understanding the Derek Chauvin Trial

Many of these scheduled activities may include talking points, media/video, and discussion around topics such as racism and racial slurs, sexism, misogyny, classism, physical violence, and identity-based discrimination and harassment. The Office of Equity & Inclusion acknowledges that this content may be difficult. We also encourage you to care for your safety and well-being.

Shift Happens

How do we acknowledge the changes that our learners are going through? What challenges and inequities do our students face? What was exacerbated by the pandemic? How did you shift? How do you look at your work differently? Which policies and practices did you put in place to meet the shift?

How do you innovate for when Shift Happens?

MANE Holistic Admissions Application Workshop

Inver Hills Community College will be offering holistic admissions application workshops for the MANE nursing program this spring (dates and times below).The purpose of these sessions is to offer opportunities for MANE applicants of Inver Hills to learn more about holistic admissions, get connected to campus resources for application support and to provide space to …

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Seeking Student Speaker – Commencement 2021

Why? It is a great opportunity to gain public speaking experience that will look great on a resume.  You also have the honor of representing the 2021 IHCC graduating class as you kick off graduation with a pre-recorded message that will provide some words of inspiration. How? Submit an outline for your 2 to 3-minute …

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Priority registration beings on Monday, March 22nd for the fall semester. We will be offering more on-campus course options in the fall. If you are a student that would benefit from transitioning back to campus, then please do register next week as those seats and courses are limited. Please make an appointment with your advisor …


Counselors Available for Priority Registration

Fall Registration will begin Monday, March 22, for Student Veterans, Service Members and dependents utilizing VA Education Benefits. We encourage you to schedule a time now to meet with an IHCC Counselor to plan your class schedule, complete the VA Benefits Request form, and be prepared to register March 22nd. Please note Counseling appointments fill …

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1.) Qualify for Membership

Students who complete at least 12 college-level credits, earn a 3.5 semester GPA in at least one semester, and who maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25 qualify for membership. If you are not sent an invitation to join contact

2.) Invitations Sent

Invitation emails and letters are sent to eligible students after the second week of fall and spring semester each year. The invitation will include instructions and your individual passcode needed to join.

3.) Join Online

Members pay a one-time membership fee and join using your passcode. If this fee is preventing you from joining instead apply for membership using our membership fee waiver application

4.) Induction and Get Involved!

We host an induction ceremony each semester. You must sign up to be inducted. Find out more by joining our meeting or take a look at our event calendar at

PTK Membership Fee Waiver

Do not join first, we cannot reimburse paid fees.

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