Welcome to McCall College. Here you will find up-to-date information on McCall College.
We are a COMMUNITY-BASED, INDEPENDENT, NON-PROFIT, PRIVATE, SPECIALTY college.
We offer a select number of programs that serves the needs of our community and surrounding region.
Spring Community Courses
McCall College is pleased to announce a new community education course. Fall Protection for Residential Home Builders will be offered on Saturday, April 11, 2015 from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm. The one day class will discuss the safe use of ladders (step and extension), rolling scaffolds, and ladder jacks. Safety as it relates to scissors-lifts and aerial lifts will also be covered. Participants will also become familiar with fall arrest systems (anchors, lifelines, lanyards and harnesses) as used in roof construction. Cost for the class is $35.00 per person. Sign-up below!
Fall ProTech Courses
Classes starting in November 2014
Getting Started with Word, Excel, Powerpoint: Beginning MS Office 2013
Mondays & Wednesdays, 6-7:30 p.m., Dr. R. Bruce Moore (CITPT111)
Start Date: November 3rd. First Session Open House for New Students
Professional Technical Courses (PT): 24 classroom hours of instruction. $300 per
course plus supplies. Scholarships available.
We invite prospective students to review our catalog to discover a world of exciting opportunites. Click Academics to review our programs.
Download a Program Application if you are interested in a full program or a Course Application if you are seeking a few courses. Do not fill in yet. Save to your computer. Do not change name of file. Open file in your computer. Fill out. Press Submit in top right corner. Save to your computer.
Email file to Admissions@McCallCollege.org
If you prefer a Paper Program application, please fill out and mail to our Admissions office.
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McCall College is pleased to announce that the Idaho Department of Labor is working with many individuals who seek stronger computer skills. Please contact Idaho Department of Labor for more information on educational support.
McCall College is pleased to announce that the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, a State agency whose mission is to assist eligible individuals with disabilities to achieve employment success, has begun working with McCall College to offer vocational training courses to individuals eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation services. Support may include assistance with expenses such as tuition and books. Students with disabilities who are interested should request information from the Boise Regional office of the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation at 208-327-7411.
Interested in College Development: download the McCall College Information Booklet.
The Philosophy and Ethics Division of McCall College is pleased to announce the development of an Ethics Center to serve the McCall region and the Treasure Valley. The Center will provide organization support for regional bioethicists, help organize partners interested in bioethics, and help train medical personnel in bioethics. For more information, contact Dr. Williams at bwilliams[at]McCallCollege.org.
McCall College is operated by McCall College Foundation Inc., a 501(c)3 corporation. Please make checks out to McCall College or McCall College Foundation Inc. Mail to 106 E. Park Street #220 McCall ID 83638.