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College and Community

Here are some quick facts about Illinois Central College:

  • Founded in 1967 as a community college
  • Serves all or parts of ten Central Illinois counties: Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford, Bureau, Logan, Marshall, Livingston, McLean, Stark, Mason
  • Seventh largest community college district in Illinois in terms of square miles (2,322 square miles)
  • Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
  • Awards Associate in Arts degree, Associate in Science degree, Associate in General Studies degree, Associate in Engineering Sciences degree, Associate in Applied Science degree, and occupational Certificates
  • Offers about 2,300 classes each fall and spring
  • Average class size = 15
  • Average age = 25
  • ICC Educational Foundation awards more than 600 scholarships each year
  • Nearly 70 percent of all credit student receive some form of financial aid
  • Lowest tuition rate of colleges and universities in Central Illinois
  • Roughly 180 full-time faculty and about 430 adjunct (part-time) faculty

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Additional Details

  • Undergraduate Degrees:Associate's
  • Undergraduate Enrollment:10770
  • Campus Setting:Rural
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  • Student to Faculty Ratio:Unknown
  • Student Diversity – % Asian/Pacific Islander:Unknown
  • Student Diversity -% Hispanic or Latino:Unknown
  • Student Diversity – % Black or African-American:Unknown
  • Student Diversity – % American Indian/Alaskan Native:Unknown
  • Year Established:1966
  • Accreditation:Higher Learning Commission
  • Price Range per semester hour: $135 in-district, $290 out-of-district, $335 out-of-state
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