IVCC offers something for everyone: adult basic education, developmental and remedial education, vocational and technical training, baccalaureate education for students planning to transfer to a senior college or university, workforce development, and continuing education. The Illinois Valley Community College District was established in 1924, making it the second oldest community college in the state of Illinois. Our 2,000 square mile district encompasses all or parts of eight counties. We’re very proud of the high quality programs and services we have to offer which are the direct result of our employing outstanding faculty and dedicated staff. If your goal is to enroll in college courses with the intent of earning an associate degree and possibly a baccalaureate degree, or earning a certificate with a new skill set that will lead to immediate employment, or if you are simply interested in taking courses for pleasure, there is no place so close as IVCC that can take you so far. Because we are your community college, we have something for everyone and we’re here to serve you! There are three reasons why we’ve been so successful over our 84-year history: quality, cost and convenience. In-district residents pay $3,242 in tuition and fees per academic year.