Scott Community College is a community college in Bettendorf, Iowa and is part of the Eastern Iowa Community Colleges that also includes Clinton Community College and Muscatine Community College.Scott Community College (or SCC, as it is known by students and faculty) became an entity in July 1966, the same year legislation in the Iowa General Assembly created the state's 15 community college districts, one of those being the Eastern Iowa Community College District. Offices were in downtown Bettendorf.SCC traces its ancestry to the former Davenport Area Technical School, a technical and vocational school administered by the Davenport School District; and Palmer Junior College, that offered two-year liberal arts programs.SCC's first term was Fall 1966, with tuition $150 per semester, or $10 per class for part-time students. More courses of study were added to the old Davenport Area Trade School's list of offerings, including auto body and repair, secretarial and clerical, and drafting.The current campus on Belmont Road in Riverdale opened in 1969. (The college has a Bettendorf mailing address but is, technically, located in the small town of Riverdale.) The campus was erected on land once owned by Alcoa. At first, the campus housed technology programs, but soon expanded to offer liberal arts/college transfer programs. The SCC campus was expanded in 1987 and again in the mid-1990s.The college now includes a number of locations in addition to its main campus. The Blong Technology Center is located near Interstate 80 in Davenport. The Kahl Educational Center is located in downtown Davenport. The colleges West Davenport Center was opened in 2012 delivering adult and continuing education classes. In addition the college offers a wide variety of online courses in cooperation with the Iowa Community College Online Consortium.
500 Belmont Rd
Call: (563) 441-4001