Individual Campus Tours
Individual campus tours are offered at various times during the week.
Register now (Quad-Cities Campus)
2015 date to be announced
In one evening, students can visit with representatives from more than 80 colleges and universities. High school students, college students, parents and grandparents can get information on:
- Admission requirements
- How to apply
- Tuition costs
- Financial aid
- Housing options
- Transfer options
Admission is free.
Parent Night (Quad-Cities Campus)
Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014
Parents of high school students are invited to attend a special night with BHC faculty, staff and students to learn about the college enrollment process and how to best support your student during the transition from high school to college. The event will be in Building 4, second floor, Hawk’s Nest.
FYI Night (Quad-Cities Campus)
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015
Thursday, March 12, 2015
You can select either of the dates above to attend.
If you’re thinking about college but don’t know where to start, FYI Night is for you. Learn about college vocabulary, paying for college, registering for classes, and career options.
Saturday, April 25, 2015
At the Open House, new and prospective students can take the COMPASS placement test, register for classes, meet faculty members and learn about BHC programs and student support resources.
Activities will include:
Representatives from Advising, Financial Aid, Career Services and academic programs will be available to answer questions and get you started (or finished!) on the enrollment process.
If you have questions, please call 309-796-5341.
Adult Information Sessions
Adult Information Sessions are for adults who want to learn more about becoming a BHC student. Those attending need to check in at the Welcome Center located in Building 1, west entrance. Visitor parking is accessible from 34th Avenue between Building 1 and Building 4. Date for 2014 to be announced.
Thursday, June 18, 2015
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Enjoy free food, kids activities and get registered for fall classes!
The enrollment process includes:
• Filling out an online application.
• Completing financial aid forms.
• Taking the COMPASS placement test – 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Reservations are requested.
• Doing the online orientation.
• Attending a New Student Advising and Registration Session (NewSTARS) – 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Reservations are requested.
• Registering for classes.
Discovery Day also will have an information fair highlighting student services, clubs and organizations, and other BHC programs such as Professional and Continuing Education.
Career Services Center staff will be on hand to help with résumé writing, job searches, interest inventories and career goal planning.
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Individual Campus Tours
Individual campus tours are offered at various times during the week. Appointments are recommended, but not required.
Register now (East Campus)
Fall Agriculture Visit Day (East Campus)
Friday, Nov. 7, 2014 (RSVP by Oct. 31, 2014)
East Campus showcases its agriculture, auto mechanics, equine and horticulture programs. There will be a tour of campus, presentations from each student organization group, break-out sessions, hands-on activities for each area of interest, and lunch.To RSVP, contact Mollye Craterfield at 309-854-1724.
National FFA Convention
Oct. 29 to Nov. 1, 2014
BHC East Campus is a promoter of the National FFA Organization and its dedication to changing student lives. Visit our booth #2013 to learn how you can build on your learned skills. Leadership, public speaking, responsibility, dependability and time management are tools learned through the FFA, and we are excited each fall to meet new faces!
Farm Bureau College Day
If you are a high school junior or senior interested in majoring in agriculture in college, this event is for you! Join us for a day filled with educational opportunities centered around options available to you upon entering college in the world of agriculture.
Spring Agriculture Visit Day (East Campus)
East Campus showcases its agriculture, auto mechanics, equine and horticulture programs. There will be a tour of campus, presentations from each student organization group, break-out sessions, hands-on activities for each area of interest, and lunch.
Black Hawk East Campus
Last updated 10/6/2014