On Wednesday, October 22nd, 17 Minnesota private colleges will be here to showcase their school. Stop by and see what they have to offer you. Tables will be set up in the main hallway of the College Center building.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, October 21th from 10:00am and 1:00pm. Representatives from the entire University of MN system (Duluth, Rochester, Twin Cities etc.) and its various colleges (Biological Sciences, Pharmacy, Agriculture, Education and more) will be here to answer your questions about potential transfer to the University and its many programs. This large scale event only happens once per year so be sure to make the best of this opportunity. All representatives will be located at tables in the College Center upper level.
Center for Experiential Learning
Fall Upcoming Events/Workshops
Part-Time Student Job Fair
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th
College Center Mall
11-1pm, Green Room if raining
Civic Engagement and Internship Fair
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD
College Center Mall
11-1pm, Over 20 community organizations will be present
Personal Brand Workshop for IT Students:
Develop a two-minute personal brand statement defining what you uniquely bring to the IT marketplace. Receive personalized business cards to present to employers.
Tuesday, September 17, 6-8:30pm
Questions: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org , 651-450-3683
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.
Welcome all new and returning students!
The Bookstore crew is extending hours just to serve you…
We will be open Monday-Thursday (Aug 25-28) from 8am-6pm and Friday (Aug 29) from 8am-4pm. Please bring in your school ID and your class schedule. We will be able to assist you in finding your required books and supplies. Semester-long College GO TO Bus Passes are now available to students for $115 (again, class schedule and college ID required). Don’t forget to check out our new clothing. Hope to see you soon!
NEED ASSISTANCE WITH ONE OF YOUR CLASSES?
FREE TUTORING is available for most IHCC courses.
For Fall Semester the Writing Center and Peer Tutoring Center will be located on 2nd floor of the College Center Building across from the Counseling Center.
- WRITING CENTER: for all paper/report writing needs for any class both walk-ins & appointments are welcome. Staffed by college lab assistants and peer tutors. Stop in to sign up for your appointment or contact them at: email@example.com or 651-450-3598
- PEER TUTORING: scheduled weekly tutoring session for most classes, follow link
Campus Resources to fill out the online tutor request, your appointment will be sent to via your e-mail. Our center is staffed by certified peer tutor, recommended by their instructors. Questions: call LouAnn at (651) 450-3693 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Fall Semester the Math Center will be located in the Business Building Room 212.
- MATH CENTER: walk-in assistance for all math levels. Staffed by College Lab Assistants and Peer Tutors. Hours: Mon-Thur 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. & Fri 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
- BIOLOGY TUTORING: walk-in biology peer tutors are available in HH206. Please check the tutors’ scheduled hours posted by the entrance door.
- FREE ONLINE tutoring is available via SMARTHINKING,
(It is FREE to IHCC students & available 24/7 –not staffed by IHCC tutors)
Are you struggling to have enough food to eat at home? Contact the Mobile Pantry at Inver Hills, a partnership between The Open Door and IHCC. To set up a confidential appointment with the Mobile Pantry, please contact the Counseling office at 651-450-3508 or email@example.com. For more information about the Mobile Pantry, please go to our website: https://www.inverhills.edu/.
Inver Hills Community College Information Technology Services is happy to announce the college 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.
Who: Any student currently enrolled at IHCC (not just admitted). This does not include employees.
What: Free access to download and install Micro Office 2013 Professional Plus which includes:
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Publisher, and Lync)
- Can download and install the latest version of Microsoft Office Professional on 5 different machines
When: While enrolled (once a student is no longer in classes they will not have access to set this up)
Where: www.office.com and click Login
How: Username = STARID@inverhills.mnscu.edu Password: STARID password
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