about icc

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

the community

illinois central college provides a coursework at a variety of locations: