It is the mission of the NIACC Centers to provide lifelong learning opportunities that enhance the quality of life in the North Iowa community.
Academic Year Fall 15 - Spring 16 Apply for Scholarships Spring 2015 or Summer 2015 Apply for Scholarships The NIACC Charles City Center opened in 1975 in a rental space on Main Street and moved to its current home by
The Garner Area Community Education Center serves North Iowans in the Belmond-Klemme, Corwith-Wesley, Garner-Hayfield, and West Hancock (Britt, Kanawha) school districts. In 1977, four school districts joined together to form a consortium to hire a
Through a collaborative venture of a task force on economic development, local individuals, groups and government entities, Center 1 was founded in Hampton to unite city and county community development efforts under one roof. Through a cooperative
The community education program began in Lake Mills in 1962. With community support and commitment, NIACC proposed the formation of a Community Education Center in the Lake Mills area in 1987. In 2014 the Community Education Center moved to the Lake
The NIACC/Osage Community Education Center opened in 1996 in conjunction with the opening of the new Osage Public Library. A variety of educational opportunities are offered at the library, the high school, and other locations throughout the Osage