Q: Can I Enroll in Courses at Any Time?
Yes! ICDC College makes it easy for prospective students to enroll in any one of our career programs, depending on whether you wish to pursue your classes on campus or online. For those students who wish to pursue their courses online, enrollment starts every three weeks. Classes start every week at the campus level.
Q: Will I Be Assigned a Student Advisor Who Can Assist Me Whenever I Have a Question During the Course of My Studies?
Yes. At ICDC College you are never alone! Each Military student is assigned two student advisors at the time of enrollment. Each student is assigned one dedicated Student Services Advisor who is responsible for answering all academic-related matters. In addition, each Military student is assigned a personal Veterans Student Advisor to help answer any of their questions or concerns related to VA-related matters, Military benefits, and financial aid. ICDC College’s team of advisors are committed to helping our students successfully navigate their way through their chosen career program requirements, so they are able to graduate on time.
Q: Do I Have To Own A Computer To Take Classes Through Distance Learning?
No. One of the benefits of choosing to pursue your courses online at ICDC College is that online students receive a brand new laptop and books/e-books included in the cost of your tuition!* Please contact us to learn more.
*Online students only. Conditions apply. Limited time offer.
Q: Can I Continue My Studies While Deployed Or Overseas?
Yes. ICDC College understands that our Military personnel may face deployment or may be transferred to a new assignment at any time during the course of their Military service. As such, ICDC College has a flexible deployment policy, granting Military leave absences** to allow all Service Members to continue with their education in order to successfully complete their long-term career goals. Please contact us for further questions.
**A copy of a student’s Military orders must be on file prior to ICDC College granting a Military leave of absence
Q: Are you SOC-approved?
Yes. ICDC College is a member of the Service Members Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consortium, made up of 1,900 accredited colleges and universities. SOC institutional members pledge to provide quality education opportunities with flexible policies, programs, and services to allow Military Service Members, Veterans, and their families the opportunity to fulfill their educational goals.1
1SOC Consortium website (Data extracted on September 5, 2013) Retrieved from http://www.soc.aascu.org/socconsortium/Default.html
Q: Can My Dependents Use My Educational Benefits?
Yes, depending on whether you qualify for a particular benefit, the Department of Defense determines whether Service Members may transfer their unused Military benefits to their eligible Spouses and Dependents.2 For example, Post 9/11-GI-Bill®3 allows Military Service Members to transfer their remaining unused benefits to their Spouses and Dependents. Please contact us for more information.
2United States Department of Veterans Affairs website (Data extracted on September 5, 2013) Retrieved from http://www.gibill.va.gov/benefits/post_911_gibill/transfer_of_benefits.html.
3GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and is not endorsed, sponsored by or otherwise affiliated with ICDC College.
Q: Is ICDC College Nationally Accredited?
ICDC College is nationally accredited. ICDC College accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
Q: Is Job Placement Available After I Complete My Studies?
Yes. ICDC College’s Career Services department offers students both job placement and internship opportunities (depending upon program) nationwide. All ICDC College students are required to take a 2-hour Employment Preparation course that is offered online and on campus in order to satisfy graduation requirements. Career support services include helping our students prepare for the workplace by assisting them with resume writing, interviewing techniques, and conducting other employment-related workshops, webinars, and more.