Join us for Trivia Night on March 6 at the Quad-Cities Campus! Proceeds benefit the National Student Nurses’ Association scholarships. BHC students, faculty, staff and the public are invited to participate.
On March 12, parents and high school students can learn about dual credit, a program that allows students to take classes at their high school to simultaneously earn high school and college credit. Reserve your spot soon!
Latino youth in grades 7-12 are invited to the Latino Youth Summit on Saturday, Feb. 28. This FREE event for students and their parents will help prepare families for the college experience.
BHC students enjoy many exciting events throughout the academic year. Events are held at both the Quad-Cities and East campuses and hosted by Student Life.
Are you graduating this year? Do you wonder what jobs are in demand? Visit the Career Services Center at the Quad-Cities Campus to receive free career guidance and use helpful online tools.
The ArtSpace Gallery at the Quad-Cities Campus is exhibiting “Mining for Obtainium,” a collection of 2-D and 3-D artwork by Terry Rathje, through Friday, March 13.
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.
Interested in learning a new hobby, taking personal enrichment classes or getting career training?Explore Professional and Continuing Education classes and sign up this spring!