Are you planning to graduate after spring or summer? Join us to celebrate!

If you plan to finish your degree by the end of spring or summer semester stop by Counseling and Advising Mon. Feb. 26th – Fri. March 2nd to complete an application for graduation, celebrate and enjoy a treat! It only takes 5 minutes and there is no need to set up an appointment! Simply stop by Counseling and Advising during the hours below or send us an email at letting us know you intend to graduate. We can work with you via email to complete the application for graduation.


Counseling and Advising: Hours for Grad App Assistance

Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri   9:00AM – 4:00PM

Wed.                           9:00AM – 6:00PM


Not sure about your progress towards your degree? Check out your Interactive Degree Audit Report by logging into your e-services account. Select Grades and Transcripts and Interactive Degree Audit Report.


Note: Completing an application for graduation is a requirement to receive your certificate or diploma, regardless of whether you plan to participate in the spring commencement ceremony. The deadline to submit your graduation application is Friday, March 2nd in order to be invited to the commencement ceremony. The commencement ceremony will be held Thursday, May 7th at Aldrich Arena.
Inver Hills Counselors & Advisors

College Center, 2nd Floor
(651) 450-3508

Present at the Annual Research Conference, April 18-19.

Present at the Annual Research Conference, April 18-19. This year’s theme is “Our Moral Compass: Navigating toward more meaningful success”


  • Seeking presenters for oral, poster or portfolio presentations.
  • Showcase what you have studied and build your resume.
  • Submit your proposal by March 31, 2018.
  • Visit IHCONF.ORG for more information.


Student Nurses Club Info

Stop by Health Services (CC109) to pick up registration.  Meeting times TBD by the club members.   You can email if you have any questions or would like an emailed copy of the registration form.  There is no cost associated with this club.

Health Services events for January

Fitness Challenge Registration – Free for students.  Teams up to 4.  Stop by Health Services to register and enter to win prizes at the end.

Health Services – Know Your Numbers!

Free to students:  Doctor Physicals (Work? School? Insurance?), Lipid Panel (Cholesterol levels) in January

Cost to staff/faculty: Doctor Physicals $20, Lipid Panel $10

Doctor is on campus Wednesday’s 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Normal Hours M-Th 8:00-4:00


Jan. 16th Deep Breathing Meditation CC117 9-10:15


Jan. 24th Free Lunch n’ Learn CC117 11:00 & 12:15 Know Your Numbers

Transfer Thursdays @ U of M Twin Cities

This year, the university has launched a new visit program designed solely for transfer students called Transfer Thursdays.

What can students expect at Transfer Thursdays?

  • During this half day visit, students will first view a general information session. This session gives students an overview of life as a University of Minnesota student. It will highlight the transfer admissions process, including how credits transfer and which courses fulfill liberal education requirements.
  • Students will then tour our historic Big Ten campus. The tour is led by student tour guides who are familiar with the transfer student experience.
  • Finally, students will attend a college-specific session based on their major of interest. Please encourage students to visit to schedule a Transfer Thursday visit.

Interested in attending the University of MN Twin Cities for Fall 2018?

It is important to note that the priority deadline for most colleges has changed to February 1.  Complete admission and deadline information is available at

Please note that some colleges and programs require additional materials, including application supplements. Information concerning application supplements and required/recommended course prerequisites can be found on our website. Applications submitted by February 1 without the supplemental applications would be considered incomplete. More info is available at If you have any questions regarding this information, please contact the specific college in question:

Students are encouraged to submit complete applications by the priority deadline as this ensures full consideration. Applications received or completed after the priority deadline, but by the final deadline, will be reviewed on a space-available basis. Some programs may fill and therefore close their admissions before the final deadline. In order to be considered for more than one program where the program deadlines differ, students must meet the priority deadline for each individual program.

Invite your friends to Inver for a chance to win a scholarship!

Greetings students!

As you reflect on your Inver Hills Community College experience, do you know others – either co-workers, family, or friends – who you think would love to be a part of the campus community? You might have heard about the “I see you at Inver” campaign in some of your classes, but in case you did not, we want you to be aware of this referral program. If you have family members, friends, co-workers, or even former students who want to return to finish their degree or earn a new credential, we want you to share your experiences of the college with them and to refer possible students to the Admissions office.

Furthermore, if you do know someone who might be interested, the Inver Hills Foundation has graciously volunteered to support this effort in a tangible way. Here’s how it works:

• You give a prospective student a referral card and ask them to fill it out, including the “referred by” line with your name (example below, cards are available at the Welcome Desk in the College Center);
• The prospective student can simply drop the card off in the mail (the postage has already been paid) or with the Admissions office at the Welcome Desk; and then,
• The admissions office will collect the cards and hold three drawings (one in spring, summer, and fall) with the following prizes available for the referral card drawn:
o A $250 scholarship to a current Inver Hills Community College student who refers a prospective student, regardless of whether or not that referred student enrolls at Inver.

Every prospective student who returns a referral card will also be given an application fee waiver so they can apply to Inver for free!

Please consider sharing your experiences with others you see here at Inver! There is no limit to the number of prospective students that one can refer, although we do expect you to take only a few cards at a time. Cards will be available throughout the year.

If you have questions about this campaign, please contact the Admissions Office at 651-450-3902 or Thank you for encouraging students to share in the Inver Hills Community College experience by promoting the college, and thank your help with this recruitment campaign. Sincerely,

-The Inver Hills Community College Admissions Team

Health Services Information

There is still a limited supply of the Flu-shot for students! Come get yours in the Health Services  in CC!

Student Nurses Club (open to pre-nursing and current nursing students, registration forms in Health Services, Student Life or on Health Services Bulletin Board, return registration to Health Services) Upcoming informational meetings: Nov. 2nd  9-9:30 in CC117. Email questions to or stop by Health Services.

Free Physicals and Doctor Visits on campus.  Appointments Wednesdays 1-4. (You can stop by Health Services CC109, email or call 651-450-3525 for more information or to set up an appointment.)

Bookstore Information

The Bookstore will be closed for inventory from Wednesday, Oct 18th through Friday, October 20th. We will be unable to process any transactions during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.