Plan for your future at Black Hawk College

Black Hawk College is ready to help you prepare for your future.

Registration is now open for summer and fall college-credit classes. You can check out class options in the Summer and Fall 2020 schedules.

Advisors are available to assist students with any questions about registering for classes by email, phone or virtual meeting.

Learn from caring instructors

smiling student with flowers and trees in the backgroundFuture and returning students can look forward to learning from dedicated instructors committed to helping students succeed.

The Phi Theta Kappa honor society chapter at the Quad-Cities Campus awards well-deserving faculty with Golden Apple Awards.

This month Jodi Becker, assistant professor of child development and co-chair of the Health and Human Services Department, became the latest Golden Apple recipient.

Her nominator, Sarah, said Becker always is very responsive when she needs help or encouragement.

“I really appreciate her and am grateful to be one of her students,” Sarah wrote.

In Fall 2019, the chapter honored Dr. Seref Onder, criminal justice instructor, and Linda Steele, adjunct ESL instructor.

Dr. Onder’s nominator, Alexia, wrote that he motivated her to become the best student she could be and makes each lecture interesting.

“Professor Onder is very fair and treats all his students with kindness,” Alexia said.

Blaise, Steele’s nominator, wrote that living in a different country can be difficult, but when you find the right people, you feel at home.

For him, Steele was one of those people.

“Because of how she supported me, I promised myself to never let her down on my education,” Blaise said.

Phi Theta Kappa presented the very first Golden Apple Award to Michelle Johnson, speech professor, in Spring 2019.

Her nominator, Meghan, wrote that Johnson is caring and is always available to help with a smile.

“She helped me build confidence and feel comfortable talking to other people,” Meghan said.

Take your next step

You could learn from these student-recommended instructors – and many more – very soon. There are multiple start dates for Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 classes.

Summer classes, which are all online, will start Monday, June 8 and Monday, July 6. Fall classes will begin Monday, Aug. 17, with second eight-week courses beginning Tuesday, Oct. 13.

New and returning students also can visit the Black Hawk College Getting Started page for more information on taking their next step.

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