Mimic Mimics Academic Excellence Yet Again

Matthew Klein and Josh Woodward

April 4, 2019

Making Industry Meaningful in College (MIMIC) allows students to pursue real world opportunities while taking ownership of their original work. Being 25 years old, MIMIC is nothing newat IVCC. The program’s instr...

FAFSA Open, IVCC’S Fall Registration to Open on Nov. 7

Megan Brooker, IV Leader Opinion Editor

October 11, 2018

As the cooler temperatures and holiday cheer of fall are upon us, there is another reason to get excited about the upcoming season. That’s right; it’s time to register for spring classes and FAFSA. While those two things...

Women’s History Month programs scheduled

Cheri Voigt and Brianna Brooks

March 10, 2016

March’s month long declaration for Women’s History Month highlights the contributions women have made over the course of history that are often overlooked in contemporary society. IVCC English professor Kimberly Radek has...

Marketing suggestions proposed to boost enrollment

Jessica Bursztynsky, IV Leader Associate Editor

February 23, 2016

IVCC’s enrollment has been steadily decreasing at both the main campus and the Ottawa center in the past years. Over 3,200 students enrolled in 27,925 credit hours for the spring 2016 semester, showing a decrease of 150 students...

New language professor looks to add culture to IVCC

Maddi Loiselle, IV Leader Staff Writer

January 28, 2016

The newest member of the IVCC faculty is world languages professor Andrew Seeger. He was drawn to teaching foreign language after growing up in a bilingual family. Aside from spending a few years of his childhood in Oldenburg,...

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