Students who have met the graduation requirements and have declared to graduate at the end of 2019 fall, 2019 winter, 2020 spring, and 2020 summer are all eligible to attend the Graduation Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
The Student Records office must receive your graduation declaration and degree audit by March 11th, 2020, if you are planning to attend Commencement this spring (May 2020). We are encouraging students to see their advisor as soon as possible to complete these materials, if you have not done so already. You can log into Triton Pass, WebAdvisor, and then go to Graduation Declaration to declare. The degree audit must be signed and dated by the advisor. Once you declare to graduate and the degree audit is turned into Student Records, a non-refundable graduation fee of $25 will be charged per degree, diploma and certificate. You will receive an email from the Business Office when the grad fee is on so you can make payment. If you have any questions about the graduation process, please contact Courtney Kopp at ext. 1020 in Student Records.
For their final Volleyball match of the season, Iowa Central took on Kirkwood Community College. The exhibition was held in the Hodges Field-house on Sunday, Nov. 3.
Both teams showed an excellence in athletic ability and a dedication and drive that was hammered into them by their respective coaches. The Iowa Central Triton’s were coached by Sara Horn, where as the Eagles of Kirkwood were coached by Jill Williams.
Both teams gave it their all, and showed their hard work and commitment to their sport. Kirkwood took an early lead over Iowa Central, winning the first set in the game. Iowa Central was quick to take back the second set for themselves, however this did not help to secure the win Iowa Central was looking for. Ultimately it was Kirkwood who won the third set thus defeating the Triton’s.
The final score came out to 3 to 1; Putting Iowa Central at a 33-6 Ratio and Kirkwood at a 26-14 overall this season.
This was not the first loss that Iowa Central suffered at the hands of Kirkwood. Kirkwood previously beat them with a score of 3-2 in an away game held back on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
Kirkwood moved on to take the win from Metropolitan Community College on Nov. 9 and will be challenging Illinois Central College on Nov. 21.