Western Iowa Tech Community (WITCC) College is a public supported, comprehensive, two year educational institution serving the residents of Crawford, Plymouth, Cherokee, Monona, Ida, and Woodbury counties. The history of the college dates back to the year 1966 when the college was set up as an area vocational-technical school. The first classes of the college were held in 1967 and by the fall term in the same year, the college started offering 17 full-time programs. In 1970, a permanent campus of the college was set up on an area of 143 acres at Stone Avenue, Sioux City. Over the years, more buildings were constructed to meet the growing enrollment and operational needs of the college.
The main campus of Western Iowa Tech Community College is located on an area of 200 acres in Sioux City with additional campuses at Mapleton, Le Mars and at Outer Belt Drive in Sioux City. The college offers more than 70 programs in liberal arts and technical areas.
Western Iowa Tech Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.