Extreme Makeover: Win a Free Year of College at NIACC

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Mason City, Iowa – For more than 10 years, North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) has been providing adult students with an opportunity to return to college at no cost. It’s a unique makeover that changes lives.

Extreme Makeover: College Edition is a contest where two lucky winners receive an entire year of free tuition, textbooks and more. “This is an amazing way to makeover your life with a new education,” said Rachel McGuire, Director of Enrollment Services. New this year, an additional three finalists will win half-price tuition to NIACC for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Sam Whipple of Mitchell, IA, a 2016-17 winner, had this to say about winning the contest, “Winning the Extreme Makeover not only paid for the classes and books I needed but also allowed me to save up for my following semester at NIACC. I’ve been thankful every day for winning and have worked hard at accomplishing my goals.”

Cassandra Moore, Osage, also won a year of free tuition, fees, and textbooks. The three other finalists – Angela Ades, Tiffany Wilkin and Krystal Anderson each received $1000 scholarships to NIACC.

To enter this year’s contest, simply fill out the online form and tell us why your life needs or deserves an educational makeover. If you’re at least 23 years old and haven’t taken a NIACC credit class in the past three years, you’re eligible for Extreme Makeover: College Edition. For more contest rules and to enter Extreme Makeover: College Edition, call 1-888-GO NIACC or visit the web site for details.

Entries must be received by noon on April 21st.

Sponsors of NIACC’s Extreme Makeover: College Edition include the Globe Gazette and the NIACC BookZone.

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