Community College Financial Aid Statistics in Iowa

  • The community colleges in Iowa are comprised of approximately 88% financial aid.
  • The community colleges financial aid in Iowa are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Community College Financial Aid Statistics in Iowa

  • College Financial Aid Location
  • 100%
    3165 Edgewood Parkway SW
    Cedar Rapids IA  52404
    (319)363-0481
  • St Luke's College
    Private, non-profit
    100%
    2720 Stone Park Blvd
    Sioux City IA  51104
    (712)279-3149
  • 100%
    4655 121st Street
    Urbandale IA  50323
    (515)727-2100
  • 100%
    7009 Nordic Drive
    Cedar Falls IA  50613
    (319)277-0220
  • Waldorf College
    Private, for profit
    100%
    106 S Sixth St
    Forest City IA  50436
    (641)585-2450
  • 97%
    1501 W. Townline Street
    Creston IA  50801
    (641)782-7081
  • 93%
    2700 College Rd
    Council Bluffs IA  51503
    (712)325-3200
  • 90%
    1801 East Kimberly Road
    Davenport IA  52807
    (866)527-5268
  • 88%
    525 Grandview Ave
    Ottumwa IA  52501
    (641)683-5111
  • 87%
    1500 West Agency Road
    West Burlington IA  52655
    (319)752-2731
  • 86%
    500 College Dr
    Mason City IA  50401
    (641)423-1264
  • 86%
    1625 Hwy 150
    Calmar IA  52132
    (563)562-3263
  • 84%
    6301 Kirkwood Blvd SW
    Cedar Rapids IA  52406
    (319)398-5411
  • 84%
    3700 S Center St
    Marshalltown IA  50158
    (641)752-7106
  • 81%
    306 W River Dr
    Davenport IA  52801
    (563)336-3300
  • Vatterott College-Des Moines
    Private, for profit
    79%
    7000 Fleur Drive
    Des Moines IA  50321
    (515)309-9000
  • 73%
    2006 Ankeny Blvd
    Ankeny IA  50023
    (515)964-6241
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