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We serve all or parts of 10 Central Illinois counties: Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford, Bureau, Logan, Marshall, Livingston, McLean, Stark, and Mason.

Compared to Other Illinois Community College Districts

  • 7th largest (2,322 square miles)
  • 11th highest in assessed valuation ($7.3 billion)
  • 24th highest in 2016 tax levy ranking (per $100 of equalized assessed value)
  • 9th highest Fall headcount (8,875 Fall 2018, credit only)

Accreditation

Illinois Central College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges & Schools located at 230 S LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604, (312) 263-0456.

Program and Class Information

  • Associate, Arts: 42 programs of study
  • Associate, Science: 14 programs of study
  • Associate, Applied Science: 44 programs of study
  • Occupational Certificate: 52 certificates

About 1,500 classes offered each Fall. Average class size is 16.

Enrollment

Fall Enrollment Trends (as of Census Day)

Year
Hours
Students
Full-time Equivalency
2015
83,777
9,705
5,578
2016
79,773
9,290
5,310
2017
78,625
9,266
5,232
2018
75,402
8,945
5,020
2019
73,737
8,828
4,907

Fall Enrollment by Type of Degree/Certificate

Type of Degree
Fall 2017
Fall 2018
Fall 2019
Associate in Applied Science
15.9%
15.7%
15.6%
Associate in Arts
20.6%
23.5%
24.5%
Associate in Engineering Science
2.8%
2.6%
2.5%
Associate in General Studies
14.5%
14.1%
12.8%
Associate in Science
17.4%
13.0%
11.8%
Certificate
4.7%
4.7%
4.3%
Undeclared
24.1%
26.4%
28.5%

Fall Enrollment by Location

Campus
Fall 2017
Fall 2018
Fall 2019
ICC (East Peoria Campus)
46,773
43,006
40,685
ICN (Peoria Campus)
13,659
12,613
12,913
ICS (Pekin Campus)
770
461
183

Fall Student Profile (as of Census Day)

Race/Ethnicity

  • White: 74.9%
  • Black/African American: 11.4%
  • Hispanic (any race): 4.8%
  • Asian: 2.0%
  • American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0.2%
  • Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander: 0.1%
  • Non-resident Aliens: 1.4%
  • Two or More: 5.1%
  • Unknown: 0.1%

Enrollment Status

  • Full-time: 32.9%
  • Part-time: 67.1%

Gender

  • Male: 42.1%
  • Female: 57.8%

Residency

  • In-District: 89.4%
  • Foreign Students: 1.3%

Age

  • 16 and Under: 6.4%
  • 17-18: 32.0%
  • 19-24: 38.1%
  • 25-34: 13.4%
  • 35-44: 5.7%
  • 45-64: 3.6%
  • 65 and Over: 0.6%

Average Age: 23

Fall Enrollment by Academic Organization

Academic Department
Number of Credit Hours
Percentage of Credit Hours
Agriculture & Industrial Technology
5,467
7.4%
Arts & Behavioral Science
14,238
19.3%
Business, Legal & Informational Systems
8,813
12%
College & Career Readiness
628
0.9%
Corporate & Community Education
70
0.1%
Health Careers
8,180
11.1%
Humanities
17,317
23.5%
Math, Science & Engineering
18,567
25.2%
Physical Education
457
0.6%

Annual Enrollment (Unduplicated)

  • FY 2015: 15,318
  • FY 2016: 14,279
  • FY 2017: 13,593
  • FY 2018: 13,132
  • FY 2019: 12,366

Fall Virtual Campus Enrollment

  • In-person/Online: 84  Sections Offered: 2,692 Credit Hours
  • Online Classes: 217  Sections Offered: 11,200 Credit Hours
  • Online Only Students: 800

Financial Aid

Types and Average Amounts of Aid Received* (FY 2018)

  • Federal loans: $4,259
  • Institutional grants: $2,678
  • State/local grants: $1,239
  • Pell grants: $4,264
  • Federal grants: $4,382
  • Any grant aid: $4,810

Percent of Student Receiving Aid by Type of Aid* (FY 2018)

  • Federal loans: 18%
  • Institutional grants: 28%
  • State/local grants: 21%
  • Pell grants: 35%
  • Federal grants: 36%
  • Any grant aid: 54%

* Full-time, first-time, degree-seeking students

Graduates

Graduates by Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year
Degrees
Certificates
Total
FY 2015
1,255
547
1,802
FY 2016
1,239
573
1,812
FY 2017
1,217
674
1,891
FY 2018
1,148
525
1,673
FY 2019
1,051
505
1,556

Graduates by Type of Degree

Type of Degree
FY 2017
FY 2018
FY 2019
Associate in Applied Science
20.3%
24.1%
24.2%
Associate in Arts
16.7%
25.3%
26.4%
Associate in Engineering Science
1.7%
1.4%
1.7%
Associate in General Studies
5.7%
5.9%
6.0%
Associate in Science
19.9%
11.8%
9.3%
Certificate
35.7%
31.5%
32.4%

Top Five Transfer Institutions (Four-Year or Higher)

  • Bradley University
  • Illinois State University
  • University of Illinois at Springfield
  • Western Illinois University
  • Methodist College

Faculty & Staff

As of Oct 1, 2019*
Full-time
Part-time
Total
Faculty
170
313
483
Administration
33
0
33
Professional/Support
106
48
154
Classified
109
99
208
Custodial/Maintenance
61
34
95
Total
479
494
973

Per ICCB C1