Admissions and Cost

The Admission Process

  1. Submit Application to ICC
    Students seeking admission to Itawamba Community College should complete an Itawamba Community College application for admission. Applications may be submitted either online or a printed application by mail or in person. Applications submitted by mail should be sent to the Registrar/Director of Admission, Itawamba Community College, 602 West Hill Street, Fulton, MS 38843.
     Apply Online Paper Application
  2. Send Your Transcript To ICC
    Students are required to present an official transcript from a high school accredited by the appropriate state or regional accreditation association indicating a regular diploma with a graduation date and signed by the principal. In addition, students who earned college credit while in high school are required to provide an official college transcript.
  3. Submit Your ACT/SAT Scores
    The results of an ACT or SAT assessment are required for students 23 years of age and younger.
  4. Apply for Financial Aid/Scholarships
    Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Students who wish to apply for scholarships at ICC may download a scholarship application here. A completed scholarship application may be delivered in person or by mail.
     Apply for Financial Aid View Scholarship Info
  5. Orientation
    Orientation at Itawamba Community College is mandatory for all graduating high school seniors. Sessions will be held in June and July with online registration for these sessions beginning May 1.

    Online orientation is available for adult learners and transfer students who want to learn more about ICC before beginning classes.
     More Orientation Info

The steps above are for typical students. This includes: new students (from high school, from home school, or transferring from another institution), students readmitting to ICC, and GED graduates. For complete instructions that covers all student types please click here.