From 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, the East Campus will be transformed into a haunted, trick-or-treat extravaganza for more than 1,500 local ghouls and goblins at the annual Trick-or-Treat Trail.
Read & Write Gold is a new free tool for BHC students and employees that can help increase your reading speed and comprehension and improve your research, writing, study and test-taking skills. Download it today!
The Air National Guard Band of the Midwest will perform a free concert on Saturday, Oct. 4 at the Quad-Cities Campus. The concert will feature the Concert Band and Harmony in Blue jazz ensemble.
Not sure what jobs are in demand? Having trouble finding a job? The Career Services Center at the Quad-Cities Campus is available to help, and the help is free.
The Black Hawk College East Foundation is accepting nominations for the 2014 Wall of Fame and the 2014 Distinguished Service Award.
The ArtSpace Gallery at the Quad-Cities Campus is showcasing the artwork of Chicago muralist/painter Hector Duarte through Friday, Oct. 17.
Dual Credit and Dual Enrollment programs give you a chance to earn college credit at a reduced rate or at BHC’s regular tuition while you are still in high school.
We have many excellent programs to offer international students. Learn about the application and orientation process and what to expect at Black Hawk College.
Enjoy free events throughout the academic year! Participate in a wide variety of clubs and organizations based on your interests.