Who We Are
At Illinois Central College, we believe everyone should have access to a college education. Regardless of where you’ve been or where you’d like to go, ICC has the programs, the faculty, and the staff to help you get where you want to go.
- ICC serves all or parts of ten Central Illinois counties: Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford, Bureau, Logan, Marshall, Livingston, McLean, Stark, Mason
- Seventh largest community college district in Illinois in terms of square miles (2,322 square miles)
- Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
- Average class size = 15
- ICC Educational Foundation awards more than 600 scholarships each year
- Lowest tuition rate of colleges and universities in Central Illinois
Office of the President
Meet Dr. Sheila Quirk-Bailey!
Board of Trustees
Values & Mission
“Through learning, minds change. We believe by changing minds, we can change the world”
Our Core Values
Learning, Community, Integrity, Responsibility, and Excellence. The values should always be listed in this order.
ICC’s purpose is to enable students to reach their educational potential, and to serve as a resource for the educational and cultural needs of the community.
ICC is located in the Greater Peoria area within driving distance of three major cities; Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. The area hosts an international airport, charter coaches, and Amtrak services to make travel easy and accessible, and has a variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment.
In 1966 the citizens of Central Illinois voted to create the district that became Illinois Central College, a public comprehensive community college.
Freedom of Information Act
The Illinois Freedom of Information Act provides public access to government documents and records. As a state community college, Illinois Central College is subject to the Illinois FOIA.
In accordance with the Act, requests are to be submitted in writing on the request form or letter/memo form by personal delivery, mail, fax or other available means, including e-mail to FOIA officer.
For more information on the Freedom of Information Act, see the Illinois Attorney General Office Website.
Budget & Financial Reporting
Illinois Central College is pleased to present its financial data to the constituents of Illinois as part of an effort to provide financial transparency. Accountability is the hallmark of a well-run college, and timely access to financial data is critical to accomplishing this goal. The college receives its funding from three primary sources: federal and local grants, student tuition, and local property taxes.
Illinois Central College District 514, Final Budget 2021-2022
Illinois Central College District 514, Final Budget 2020-2021
Illinois Central College District 514, Final Budget 2019-2020
Illinois Central College District 514, Final Budget 2018-2019
Illinois Central College District 514, Final Budget 2017-2018
Illinois Central College District 514, Final Budget 2016-2017
Illinois Central College Audit 2019-2020
Illinois Central College Audit 2018-2019
Illinois Central College Audit 2017-2018
Illinois Central College Audit 2016-2017
Illinois Central College Audit 2015-2016