Complete the FAFSA
That’s the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online form that you and your parents/guardians submit (if you are age 24 or younger) to be eligible to receive financial aid.
You should file the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1 of each year for the next school year. You can tell FAFSA that you and your parents/guardians will be filling your taxes and use estimated figures for the form. Once you and your parents/guardians have filed your taxes, you both can go back to your FAFSA and use the IRS Data Retrieval Button to securely pull in tax information from the IRS database. ICC’s Financial Aid Code: 006753
Acceptance into an ICC Health Careers program is competitive, based on an earned point total. Student earn points based on grade point average, ACT scores, previous degrees, work experience, etc.
You must apply to ICC before you can apply to a specific Health Careers program.
To set up an appointment for placement testing, contact our Testing Center.
* If you wish to apply to the Nusing Assistant program complete steps 1 and 2, then call (309) 999-4275.
To set up an appointment with a Health Careers advisor, call (309) 690-7530. Be prepared to answer the following:
Also, you must bring copies of your high school and college transcripts.
* If you wish to apply to the EMT program, you only need to complete steps 1, 2, and 3.
After meeting eligibility requirements, you must submit the following documentation to apply to a specific Health Careers program:
Send documentation in the envelope provided to you by your advisor to:
ICC Health Careers, Cedar Hall 105
5407 N. University St.
Peoria, IL 61635-0001
If you have questions, don’t hesitate to call (309) 999-4600.
Application deadline for most ICC Health Career programs is January 15. Phlebotomy program admits students twice a year — January 15 for Fall semester and October 1 for Spring semester. The Medical Laboratory Technician program admits twice a year — January 15 for Fall semester and October 1 for Summer semester. The Nursing Assistant (CNA) program and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program accepts students every semester and have a separate admission from the other Health Career Programs.