About Newton Campus

   Hello and welcome to the DMACC Newton Campus!

Joe DeHartThe DMACC Newton Campus is a special place where you can pursue your education in a safe and supportive environment! Our professors are committed to teaching and helping you develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes you will need to be successful. College is not easy: it takes time, commitment and effort. The Newton Campus will be with you each step of the way whether you are completing your associate’s degree on the way to a 4-year degree, or taking classes to get ahead in the workplace. Continuing your education will improve your life and the lives of your family. Let the Newton Campus help you get started!

Joe DeHart, PhD

DMACC Newton campus opened its doors in 1993 with generous support from the Maytag Corporation and the City of Newton.

The campus is housed in a 105,000-square-foot building that includes multiple state-of-the-art computer classrooms, an open computer lab, student lounge, 325-seat auditorium, bookstore, and Robert H. Isensee Library.

In 2009, the Jasper County Career Academy was opened after receiving grants and support from the Whirlpool Corporation, along with government, economic development, education, and business leaders. A former Maytag building was transformed into a 30,000 square-foot learning facility offering vocational training for high school students and adult learners.

We partner with:

Buena Vista University 
Buena Vista University
Bachelor degree programs
Iowa State University Extension 
Iowa State University
by housing the Iowa State Extension Office.
Heartland AEA
Heartland AEA
Jasper County Career Academy

Jasper County Career Academy
Partners with the following school districts to provide career and technical training.

  • ​Baxter
  • Colfax/Mingo
  • Linnville Sully
  • Newton
  • Prairie City, Monroe
Legacy Plaza Legacy Plaza