Student Life at Quad-Cities

Last updated 2/24/2014
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Activities and events
Get Involved
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. You can also participate in a wide variety of clubs and organizations based on your interests. Participating is a great way to enhance your academic experience and meet new friends! 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?

BHC News

Black Hawk College auctions pumpkins for Kewanee Area United Way
Black Hawk College East Campus employees, students and friends are in the middle of their annual campaign to support the Kewanee Area United Way. “Lots of student groups are involved, doing their own fundraising efforts. We really see the campaign … Continue reading
Bishop Hill thanks BHC for planting, maintaining historical garden
“The Bishop Hill Heritage Association wishes to thank the Black Hawk College East Campus Agriculture Department for donating their time and expertise to create an historical garden. This past spring, Professor Andrew Larson, his colleagues and his students planted tomatoes, … Continue reading
BHC offering free computer classes in Kewanee
Black Hawk College and its partners have received funding to help area residents become more skilled with technology. Thanks to the Tech Savvy program, the public can learn basic computer skills at no cost at two sites – the college’s … Continue reading