Student Life at Quad-Cities

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Activities and events
Get Involved
The Quad Cities Campus Student Life office works hard to ensure that, as a Black Hawk College student, you will enjoy many exciting events throughout the academic year. Events include interactive activities, refreshments and dynamic presenters and groups.You are encouraged to get involved in the Black Hawk College Student Leadership Council where your views on how to improve or enhance your college experience can be voiced.A wide variety of clubs cater to many interests and are free to join and take part in. Participating is a great way to enhance your academic experience and meet new friends! If you have a new club idea, talk to your Student Life director to find out how to get started.Looking for ways to improve your academic, career, leadership and/or personal skills? Black Hawk College offers several workshops throughout the year that focus on building the skills needed to be successful inside and outside of the classroom. By participating in the Passport to Leadership Program, you can leave Black Hawk College with the skills to help you get your dream job!

What’s Happening at BHC?

Veterans can relax, study in BHC center
Black Hawk College offers veterans and active-duty military students and employees a place to relax, network, study and find resources to help them transition into college and careers. The BHC Veterans Resource Center at the Quad-Cities Campus is open Monday-Friday … Continue reading
Learn about professional, continuing education programs Aug. 6
The 7th Annual Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) Open House will be from 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6 at the college’s Outreach Center, 301 Avenue of the Cities, East Moline, IL.
BHC congratulates 2015 GED® and high school grads
Black Hawk College celebrated the accomplishments of more than 50 students June 11, 2015, at the annual GED® and High School Graduation Celebration. The event recognized Adult Education and Optional Education students from across the college district who completed all … Continue reading


Last updated 2/24/2014