Northeast Iowa voters’ passage of the College’s $39 million bond levy in 2018 made renovations of Max Clark possible. Continue Reading
Bond Levy Continuance
On September 11, 2018, voters within our district were asked to decide whether or not to continue the existing bond and interest fund levy rate of 28.8-cents per $1,000 taxable assessed valuation. We are honored and pleased that the measure passed with a majority vote of 84.16 percent in favor of continuing the bond across our district. The College is grateful to our community members who voted in support of the College and the work we do.
The $39 million bond levy will be focused in four main areas including improving infrastructure, enhancing security, updating technology and creating innovative and collaborative learning spaces.
Architect's rendering of the completed Max Clark Hall; Max Clark Hall entrance progress
The construction was financed with funds from the $39 million bond levy renewal, passed by district voters in September 2018. Continue Reading
PEOSTA—The Northeast Iowa Community College Board of Trustees approved the recommended bid for construction and renovation work on the Peosta Campus Main Building. The NICC Board of Trustees awarded the bid at its meeting on ... Continue Reading
NICC DISTRICT—At its meeting on Feb. 18, the Northeast Iowa Community College Board of Trustees approved a $9.99M issuance of General Obligation School Bonds to provide funding for the College’s first phase of construction and ... Continue Reading