In addition to the variety of services available for students, the college offers many College Services. Students who have questions about any of the services offered or about how to access the services should contact the various departments on the Council Bluffs campus or the campus/center director. Students can also access information online in ROC.
The College Store is located on the second level of the student center. Students can rent or purchase textbooks in store or online at iwcccollegestore.com. Reiver Gear, supplies, food items, and student-priced software are also available in the College Store.
Iowa Western Community College offers a technology-based resource center that provides 24/7 access to full-text journal articles, books, and other resources through an electronic database. Students, faculty, and staff are able to search all available learning resources with one click. The Cyber Library, located on the Council Bluffs campus, is a learner-centered environment that has laptops available for students to check-out, individual study rooms, library research assistance, free printing, and free wi-fi service. Library facilities are also available for students at the Clarinda Center. For more information, contact the Cyber Library.
Early Childhood Education Center
The Iowa Western Community College Early Childhood Education Center at Council Bluffs provides a quality early childhood education program on campus. The center is licensed by the Department of Human Services and accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs. For more information, contact the Director of the Early Childhood Education Center.
The Food Service Department offers a variety of services including buffet style meals, ala carte menu choices, snacks, meal plans, and catering services.
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Students with medical conditions or disabilities that are either physical or mental may apply for services from the State of Iowa Rehabilitation Education and Services Branch of the Department of Education. Qualified students may receive services that include medical diagnosis, counseling, assessment, post secondary training, on-the-job training, career planning, job placement, and employment follow-up. Educational tuition and expense grants may be provided for attendance at the College.
Workforce Development Resource Center
The Workforce Development Resource Center is available to assist students who are seeking career guidance and/or employment. Program graduates as well as currently enrolled students can take advantage of the services offered through the resource center. These services include career research, career assessment, job listings and access to internet job search sites, resume preparation, access to resource library materials and labor market information, and skill upgrade programs. For more information, please call (712) 242-2121 or visit the resource center at 300 W. Broadway, Suite 13 in Council Bluffs.