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ACADEMIC NEWS

Outstanding local high school grads awarded free tuition to BHC
Black Hawk College is proud to announce that 44 recent high school graduates have received the 2014 Black Hawk College Presidential Scholars Award. The Presidential Scholars Program includes full tuition scholarships to graduates in the top 10 percent of their … Continue reading
New BHC students: Register now for orientation
New Black Hawk College students are encouraged to register now for Welcome Week Orientation. The orientation process helps students learn more about success strategies, services available to students, college terminology and vocabulary, locations and resources on campus. Quad-Cities Campus orientation … Continue reading
Use in-store financial aid in the bookstores through Friday, Sept. 5.
Important dates for ordering books and supplies: Pre-orders ended Tuesday, Aug. 12 Pre-order pick-up is Friday, Aug. 15. First day of in-store financial aid is Monday, Aug. 18. Fall classes begin Monday, Aug. 25. Financial aid ends Friday, Sept. 5. … Continue reading
Chinese high school students visit Quad-Cities Campus
The Quad-Cities Campus hosted a dozen Chinese high school students Thursday, July 17 as part of the Rivers as Bridges 2014 program. The students are in the Midwest for a two-week visit, touring and studying the Mississippi River region in … Continue reading
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New BHC students: Register now for orientation
New Black Hawk College students are encouraged to register now for Welcome Week Orientation. The orientation process helps students learn more about success strategies, services available to students, college terminology and vocabulary, locations and resources on campus. Quad-Cities Campus orientation … Continue reading
Orientation Aug. 28, Sept. 3 for highway construction training
Black Hawk College has received a grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation to train workers in highway construction trades. The goal of the Highway Construction Careers Training Program is to increase the number of minorities, women and disadvantaged individuals … Continue reading
Parking, construction at QC Campus
Construction of the new Health Sciences Center near Building 3 at the Quad-Cities Campus is underway! The center is scheduled to open in June 2015. Until then, part of Lot 2 is closed because of construction. Please follow the signs … Continue reading
BHC pool reopening Aug. 20
The BHC Community Aquatic Center at the Quad-Cities Campus will reopen at 6:15 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20. The fall schedule will be in effect. Thank you for your patience during our maintenance shutdown! For more information, go to www.bhc.edu/aquatic or … Continue reading
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COMMUNITY NEWS

BHC pool reopening Aug. 20
The BHC Community Aquatic Center at the Quad-Cities Campus will reopen at 6:15 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20. The fall schedule will be in effect. Thank you for your patience during our maintenance shutdown! For more information, go to www.bhc.edu/aquatic or … Continue reading
Parking, construction at QC Campus
Construction of the new Health Sciences Center near Building 3 at the Quad-Cities Campus is underway! The center is scheduled to open in June 2015. Until then, part of Lot 2 is closed because of construction. Please follow the signs … Continue reading
Orientation Aug. 28, Sept. 3 for highway construction training
Black Hawk College has received a grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation to train workers in highway construction trades. The goal of the Highway Construction Careers Training Program is to increase the number of minorities, women and disadvantaged individuals … Continue reading
BHC celebrates seven years of Community Education Center
KEWANEE, Ill. – When Black Hawk College officials decided to build a new place for GED classes in Kewanee, they envisioned a hub for education and community growth. That was more than 10 years ago. Today, the Community Education Center … Continue reading
QC Campus to benefit from National Fish and Wildlife grant
River Action announces $50,000 National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Grant The Board of Directors of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announced July 18, 2014, an award of $50,000 to River Action to support the Urban Watershed Restoration at Green … Continue reading
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