2019 - Page 3 of 11 - Black Hawk College

Highway construction students make improvements at Loud Thunder

ribbon cutting with hcctp students

Black Hawk College recently celebrated the completion of a retaining wall and sidewalk built by BHC students at Loud Thunder Forest Preserve. Three Highway Construction Careers Training Program classes – a total of 36 students – worked 2,500 hours on the project over three semesters. The improvements began in Fall 2018 when HCCTP students started […]

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Travel the Trick-or-Treat Trail Oct. 30

student and horse dressed in disco costumes with kids in costume petting the horse

Black Hawk College East Campus will transform into a spooky destination for the Trick-or-Treat Trail on Wednesday, Oct. 30! The college encourages the community to bring their ghosts and goblins out to grab goodies while exploring campus from 5-7 p.m. More than 1,500 community members attend this annual event. For many of the trick-or-treaters, this […]

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Instructor inspired student to teach history

Kewanee High School teacher standing in front of a quilt featuring the school's mascot, a boilermaker

Marland Rachel has nothing but great memories of his time studying at Black Hawk College. “The atmosphere was awesome. All the instructors were very helpful,” he said. “I never had a bad day at Black Hawk.” Rachel encourages prospective students to consider Black Hawk College: if you want to earn an associate degree and then […]

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Horse judging students bring home big wins

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Congratulations to the Black Hawk College Horse Judging Team for bringing home another championship from the All-American Quarter Horse Congress! Ten BHC students competed Oct. 16 at the national judging contest in Columbus, OH. BHC Team A took 1st and BHC Team B took 4th. The collegiate and youth divisions award individual and team high-point […]

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Soil Judging Team takes 1st place in Wisconsin

8 college students standing in soils pit

Congratulations to the Black Hawk College Soil Judging Team for winning 1st place at the American Society of Agronomy (ASA) 2019 Region 3 Collegiate Soils Contest in Stevens Point, WI. BHC team members competed against students from two-year schools Eastern Oklahoma State College and Vincennes University. Six students also placed in the Top 10 individually. They […]

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Attend a fair to find resources

three smiling students sitting on a couch with information booths in the background

Black Hawk College students can attend fairs this fall to find resources to help them succeed. Mark your calendar for the below event that applies to you, and don’t forget that Black Hawk College offers a wide range of student resources year-round! Social Services Fair (Quad-Cities Campus) Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 […]

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Celebrate National Transfer Student Week 2019

advising staff wearing We Love Transfer Students t-shirts

Black Hawk College is celebrating National Transfer Student Week (Oct. 18-25, 2019) with a packed calendar! Before we get into the activities, though, let’s talk about transferring: Black Hawk College is a great place to earn the first half of your bachelor’s degree. There are several associate degree options available and plenty of resources available […]

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BHC golf team wins fourth straight Region IV Championship

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Congratulations to the Black Hawk College men’s golf team for winning the 2019 NJCAA Region IV Championship! This marks the fourth straight year the team has claimed this title and the 15th in the past 21 years. The Braves’ team score was 959. The next closest team was 976. Individual golfers’ results were: 2nd Place […]

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Benefit from free tutoring at BHC

two employees sitting at a large white desk that says Tutoring

It’s National Tutoring Week this week (Oct. 7-11, 2019)! Make time to learn about the free tutoring help available to Black Hawk College students. Options include on-campus tutoring during walk-in hours or by appointment, and online tutoring help 24/7, so no matter what your schedule is, help is available. Keep in mind that you do […]

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Reynolds family donates $2,025 to help GED® students

4 people standing outdoors with a check

The family of Adrianne Reynolds recently donated $2,025 to the Black Hawk College Quad-Cities Foundation to help pay for youth GED® testing for BHC students. Adrianne’s stepfather, Tony Reynolds, and stepmother, Joanna Reynolds, presented the check to Glenda Nicke, dean of adult and continuing education, and Maureen Dickinson, executive director of the Black Hawk College […]

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