At Inver Hills learning is a group effort. If you're new to college, a returning student, an adult learner seeking career advancement or starting your last semester, our staff and faculty are on campus to help you succeed.
Check out the college support areas below to find the assistance you might need to accomplish your academic and career goals.
ASAP, or Adult Success through Accelerated Programs, gives you the opportunity to earn a college degree at an accelerated, flexible and independent pace while getting college credit for the knowledge and skills you've gained through your work and life experiences. Visit ASAP to learn more.
You don't have to wait until you graduate to put your knowledge to work. Through experiential learning, you can collaborate with local high schools, conduct research with community partners and solve operations issues for organizations. Visit Center for Experiential Learning to learn more.
Need advice on academic planning, choosing a major, finding the right balance for college success, understanding your transfer options, landing the perfect career or handling the difficulties life can throw your way. Our counselors and advisors are here to help, Visit Counseling and Advising to learn more.
Inver Hills recognizes disability as a social identity vital to the diversity of our campus community. You can access our resources through the Center for Accessibility and Inclusion, which also provides cultural programming while functioning as a campus-wide resource on social justice issues. Visit Disability Services to learn more.
An Honors Program contract allows you to embed an honors experience into an existing Inver Hills course. The contract is a written agreement with a faculty member that specifies honors project expectations. Visit Honors Program to learn more.
The newly renovated, state-of-the-art Learning Center is located on the second floor of the college's Library building. The Learning Center features several improvements that promote individual study and group work. To learn more about peer tutoring, the Math Center and the Writing Center, visit the Learning Center.
Since 2006, Travelers has provided more than $470,000 in grants to support unique and holistic programs to enhance the academic and professional experience for underrepresented students at Inver Hills Community College. Students benefit from a broad range of support services, including financial support, financial literacy, career exploration, internships and job shadowing, and professional development workshops. To find out more about how you can get involved in these programs, visit the Travelers Grant page.
Student Support Services (TRIO SSS) at Inver Hills is a federally funded program designed to increase retention by providing academic and personal support to our students. If you are pursuing your associate degree, thinking about transferring or just need a little extra help and guidance on your college journey, TRIO SSS could be a great fit for you. Visit TRIO SSS to learn more.
Testing services at Inver Hills are for future and current students. We offer placement, proctor, make-up, GED and CLEP testing. To learn more, visit the Testing Center.
Since 1982, Inver Hills has worked to promote strong relationships with our veterans, service members and their families. The college provides a comprehensive, veteran-specific array of support services, scholarships and networking and employment opportunities while collaborating with area communities and agencies. To learn more, visit Veteran Services.