Transcripts will be released only upon written request by the student. Transcript request forms may be obtained in the Office of Admissions and Records, in the Counseling Center, or at www.ivcc.edu/transcripts. In order to better protect the security of student records released by the Office of Admissions and Records, a photo ID will be required when a transcript is picked up in the office. When another person is picking up an official document listed above, that person will need a letter signed by the student to release the document and will be asked for a photo ID as well.Back To Top
It is recommended all students have an IVCC photo ID. ID photos are taken in the Admissions & Records office:
IDs are required in Jacobs Library to check out books, for free admittance to cultural or intercollegiate sporting events, and when using the Computer Labs.
Effective Summer 2011, the student's K-Number (on the bottom of the student ID) is the username for WebAdvisor, Blackboard, and the network. It is the first part of a student's IVCC email address (firstname.lastname@example.org). It will never be used to identify a student. It is to be used only as the username to log into the various computerized college systems.
Students can find their K-Number by:
1. Visiting the WebAdvisor home page and clicking on "What is my user ID".
2. Using any of the "What is my K-Number" computers across campus.
3. Visiting the Learning Commons in D-201.
If requesting a new card, students are required to bring a copy of their schedule and their old ID card. If the student does not have their old ID, they are required to show a photo ID and pay a $5 replacement fee.
Effective Summer 2011, all students will be responsible for checking their IVCC email. Official electronic college correspondence will only be sent to the student's IVCC email account. For information on accessing this account, please contact the Learning Commons in D-201.
Intercollegiate athletics plays an integral role in the college experience at IVCC.
The College offers 10 intercollegiate teams including:
Men’s Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Soccer, and Tennis
Women’s Sports: Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, and Volleyball
The Student-Athletes that represent IVCC perform extremely well in competition, as well as in the classroom. Athletically, many teams have won Arrowhead Conference Championships, advanced to Regional Tournaments, won Regional Tournaments, and earned an opportunity to compete at NJCAA National Tournaments. In addition, many athletes have earned individual athletic awards at the conference, regional and national levels. However, more importantly, IVCC Student-Athletes have consistently earned Academic All-Conference and Academic All-American honors.
While participating in athletics, IVCC Student-Athletes gain knowledge and experience in many areas that will help them in other aspects of their life including: competition, teamwork, discipline, organization, and communication. Further, our programs strongly support the College’s Core Values of responsibility, fairness, respect, honesty, and caring. These values are evident the way athletes approach their academic careers, represent IVCC in competition, and the many community service projects they perform.Back To Top
The Office of Admissions and Records has the responsibility of maintaining the permanent academic records of all students who attend IVCC. Requests to have an official transcript sent to another institution must be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records in writing. The forms are available in the Office of Admissions and Records, in the Counseling Center or at www.ivcc.edu/transcripts.
In order to better protect the security of student records released by the Office of Admissions and Records, a photo ID will be required when a schedule, transcript, or insurance form is picked up in the office. When another person is picking up an official document listed above, that person will need a letter signed by the student to release the document and will be asked for a photo ID as well.
In situations where a person does not have one of the above forms of ID, the document will be processed immediately and mailed to the student address on file.Back To Top
Veterans Education Benefits
The Veteran's Certifying Official, located in the Financial Aid and Veteran's Affairs Office, is available to assist with GI Bill enrollment certification, and provide information or special services for veterans, service personnel and eligible dependents. The application process for military educational benefits can be complicated and lengthy. Therefore, interested applicants begin the process as soon as possible and allow 2-3 months for results. You may also want to contact the Department of Veterans' Affairs at (888) 442-4551 with questions about eligibility criteria.
The following information outlines some of the GI Bill programs available: Montgomery GI Bill - Active Duty (MGIB, Chapter 30); Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve (MGIB, Chapter 1606); Survivors' and Dependents' Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 35); Training for Veterans with Service-Connected Disabilities (Vocational Rehabilitation, Chapter 31), Post 9/11 (Chapter 33), and Reserve Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 1607).Back To Top
WebAdvisor is a Web interface that allows students to access their personal academic information. Through WebAdvisor students can search for classes to take, register for classes, make full tuition payments and much more. WebAdvisor can be found at www.ivcc.edu/webadvisor. Support is available in the Learning Commons.Back To Top
Student Access to Records
In accordance with the provisions of Public Law 93-380, a student currently or formerly enrolled at Illinois Valley Community College has the right of access to his/her records.
The types of educational records maintained by the college and directly related to students are those to which student access is allowed per Public Law 93-380. Following are types of educational records at IVCC to which students may request access and the name of the college official responsible for each type of record:
- An official college academic record (transcript) from the Director of Admissions & Records
- Student disciplinary records from the Associate Vice President for Student Services.
For more complete details concerning student access to educational records, refer to the section titled FERPA in the student handbook.