Welcome

Celebrating four decades of supporting students and the college community and engaging and connecting alumni and friends, the Itasca Community College Foundation warmly welcomes you. We invite you to catch up on news and activities, make a donation, join the Alumni Association, or contact Foundation staff. Please visit us often to keep up on what we’re doing for Itasca Community College and our students!

Nominations

Do you know someone who attended Itasca Community College? Will you nominate them to be the NEXT Itasca Community College Outstanding Alumnus?

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Thank You

Thank you to all of our donors for their ongoing generous support of the Itasca Community College Foundation’s mission and goals. Without their support we would not be able to offer scholarships to our students, enhance educational programs, and support institutional advancement.

News

Scholarship Applications Being Reviewed
Applications for Itasca Community College Foundation Scholarships are now in the review process. The deadline for submission was March 6, 2015. “We choose the March date because it is right before Spring Break. We don’t want students having to worry about submitting a scholarship application while they are on break,” said Janet Neurauter, Director of Development.

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Alumni Visits
On a recent trip to the Twin Cities and South Carolina, Director of Alumni Relations Beth Anderson, and Director of Development Janet Neurauter, visited with ICC and Itasca Junior College alumni.

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Chucker Gift Renovates ICC Auditorium
Due to the generosity of Dr. Francis Chucker, Class of 1952, the theater in Davies Hall underwent an extensive renovation this past summer. Dr. Chucker, a long-time supporter of Itasca Community College, made a significant gift to fund the renovation.

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Alumni Profile - Paul Day
When Paul Day started at Itasca Junior College in the fall of 1966, it was located on the third floor of Greenway High School in Coleraine. Because the high school needed the space during the day, college classes were held in the evening. When he graduated two years later in 1968, it had been relocated to the present campus site in Grand Rapids.

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