Western Iowa Tech Community College is a comprehensive community college with five campuses in northwestern Iowa. The main campus is located in Sioux City, Iowa; the other campuses are located in Mapleton, LeMars, Denison, and Cherokee. The institution offers associate degree and certificate programs.HistoryWITCC was founded in 1966. It first became an accredited institution in 1977, under The Higher Learning Commission, which is part of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.CampusThe main campus is located near the corner of Stone Avenue and Gordan Drive in Sioux City. WITCC also has two main branch campuses in Denison, Iowa and Cherokee, Iowa, where there is also an on-campus conference center. Mapleton, Iowa and LeMars, Iowa also have "learning centers" that offer only a small number of classes. WITCC also offers online distance learning programs.Student housingWITCC has three residence halls, Sun Ridge Court, Bur Oak Suites, and Prairie Place. The three areas can house a combined total of around 540 students. Sun Ridge Court provides apartment-style housing, with one- and two-bedroom apartment units, and also family-style housing. Bur Oak Suites offers more traditional housing options, with four-bedroom/two-bath suites. Bur Oak Suites was erected in 2008 and includes common areas, a computer lab, a music room, a study room, and a community kitchen. The Prairie Place residence hall, which opened in the fall of 2014, is similar to Bur Oak Suites in size and layout.
4647 Stone Ave
51106 Sioux City