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Heartland Community College

Fast Facts

Heartland Community College is a two-year, fully accredited institution of higher education serving a district population of over 230,000 people.

General Information

  • Fall 2021 credit students: 4,697
  • FY2021 non-credit students: 5,542 (unduplicated)
  • Average student age: 22
  • Fall 2021 First generation students: 20%
  • Fall 2021 Minority enrollment: 27%
  • FY2021 Students receiving financial aid: 72%
  • FY2023 Full-time tuition and fees: $5,220 ($174 x 30 credit hours)
  • Student-teacher ratio: 19:1
  • Programs of study: 15 degrees and 58 certificates
  • College locations: Normal, Pontiac and Lincoln

Employees (Fall 2021)

  • Full-time faculty: 80
  • Full-time staff: 223
  • Part-time faculty: 155
  • Part-time staff: 102 (excluding student workers)
  • Non-credit instructors: 75

Operating Revenue Sources (FY2021)

  • Tuition: 40%
  • State support: 9%
  • Local support: 41%
  • Federal and other: 9%