At ICC, we’re committed to supporting you on your journey to success. Select the service you need below to make an appointment.
Admissions & Campus Visits
Admissions staff can help you through the first steps of enrolling at ICC. Make an appointment to learn more about ICC’s programs, the application process for admissions, financial aid and scholarships, campus life, and ask other questions you may have about ICC.
After you’ve been admitted to ICC, your student success advisor can help you develop an academic plan that aligns with your academic and career goals, select or change your major, connect you to resources that can help you overcome barriers along your path, or choose classes for future semesters.
Mental Health Counseling
ICC’s licensed counselors can help if you’re feeling anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed, if you’re experiencing challenges outside of school like drug/alcohol concerns, housing or food insecurity, if you’ve been sexually assaulted or are experiencing domestic violence, or if you’re dealing with grief, trauma, or other mental health concerns.
The Testing Center is available if you need to take a make-up test for one of your classes, take an exam for Access Services, GED/ESL/Workforce Equity programs, college credit equivalency, or if you are required to take a placement test.
Staff in the Transfer Center can help you identify four-year schools that may be a good match for your career goals and develop a plan to ensure a smooth transfer process.
International Student Services
If you’re an international student in the United States on an F1 student visa, you must coordinate with International Student Services. U.S. immigration rules can be confusing. International Student Services will help ensure you remain compliant with government laws and regulations.
Phone: (309) 694-5200
Mon-Fri: 8 am – 4:30 pm