Adult Community Programs
Our mission at ICC is simple but inspiring: “Through learning, minds change. We believe by changing minds, we can change the world.”
We at ACP support that mission by offering non-credit workshops that promote lifelong learning so that community members of various ages and backgrounds can experience the joy of knowledge, curiosity, and community-building without the worry of grades, tests, and papers.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Adult Community Programs?
Adult Community Programs are (noncredit) workshops and programs on a variety of topics, designed to give the community an opportunity to learn new skills and interests in a fun environment. Topics range from art to collectibles and antiques, computers, gardening, crafts, cooking, film, personal growth, fitness, home, and special interests. There are also day trips and special events. Unless otherwise stated, programs are designed for adults 18 and over.
Where are Adult Community Programs held?
Most of the programs are held at the ICC North campus in Hickory Hall. We sometimes partner with area businesses to provide workshops/programs offsite. Content determines the program length; whether it meets one time or more. The format can be lecture, hands-on, day trip, group discussion, or a combination.
Where do I find what is currently being offered and how can I be added to your mail list to receive updates?
Go to the Adult Community Programs website at www.icc.edu/acp
. To be added to the mail list, please call Corporate & Community Education at (309) 690-6900.
How do I register?
There are 3 ways to register:
- By Phone at (309) 690-6900
- In person at the ICC North Campus, Hickory Hall
Payment is required at the time of registration (phone registration accepted with credit card only). A confirmation will be emailed to you.
Are supplies needed for my program?
Please check the workshop description. It will state if supplies are provided and will provide a link to the supply list if necessary. From the homepage, click on Supply Lists, then on the workshop title.