Itawamba Community College was started as an extension of the Itawamba County Agricultural High School in 1948. It was known as Itawamba Junior College at that time. In the fall of 1987, the college was renamed Itawamba Community College. ICC's main campus is in Fulton, while it also runs a branch in Tupelo. The college enrolls more than 7,000 credit students every year at its two campuses.
Itawamba Community College offers associates degrees in arts and applied science along with several career-technical certificate programs of study. Students can pursue degrees in subjects like agribusiness technology, accounting, art, biology, business studies, computer science, criminal justice, dentistry, nursing and mathematics, among others.
The sports teams of ICC are called the Indians. Its men's and women's teams participate in football, fast pitch softball, basketball, soccer, baseball, tennis and golf.
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