University description (as per official university website)
Kirkwood Community College was established in 1966. It was named after Samuel J. Kirkwood, U.S. Senator and Iowa governor in the late 19th century. In addition to its main campus east of Kirkwood Boulevard, Kirkwood Community College also has learning centers in Williamsburg, Iowa City, Tipton, Marion, Washington, Vinton, Belle Plaine, and Monticello.
13 countries visited through Study Abroad.
More than 60 student clubs and organizations.
393 students in Phi Theta Kappa
Most Popular Programs (Fall 2008 enrollment):
Early Childhood Development
Scholarships in the following fields:
Arts and Sciences/Career Option
Business and Information Technology
Fine and Performing Arts
Higher Education Scholarship
Summer Semester Scholarship
Resource Center Scholarship