Last updated 7/5/2013
Adult Education Program
Adult Education classes are non-credit and are provided at no cost to learners who qualify. Students acquire basic academic skills that assist them in transitioning to employment, further training or education. Eligibility requirements vary by program.
Classes may be held in a variety of locations including churches, businesses, schools, libraries, and housing projects. Contact one of the major learning sites listed below for more information.
|Outreach Center||Illinois workNet Center (IwNC)|
|301 Avenue of the Cities, East Moline
||4703 16th St., Suite G, Moline|
|Adult Learning Center||Community Education Center|
|Watchtower Plaza||404 E. Third St., Kewanee|
|3930 11th St., Rock Island||309-854-1875|
Registration/Testing and Fees
Convenient registration occurs throughout the semester. An assessment during registration ensures accurate class placement within the program. Qualifying students attend classes without cost. GED students should note that there is a fee to take the GED test.
Students must reside in the Black Hawk College District; must be at least 17 years of age or older and not enrolled in a K-12 school district (16-year-old students may enroll only with parental and K-12 school district permission); Optional Education/Youth GED classes are designed for students ages 16-18.
Class times and locations are subject to change based on enrollments.
For the purpose of compliance with Section 511 of Public Law 101-166 (Stevens Amendment), approximately 22% ($241,229) of FY 14 Black Hawk College Adult Education and Family Literacy funding comes from federal resources.