Fourteen new nurses are ready to start their careers as health care providers in the midst of a pandemic. “I am incredibly impressed with the bravery of the students,” said Rachel Duffy, nursing instructor. 2020 started as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife and ended as the International Year of COVID-19 and […]
At the end of the fall and spring semesters, High Honors and Honors lists are published to honor students for their academic achievement.
Black Hawk College mourns the loss of former president Dr. Alban E. Reid Jr. He served as BHC president from 1966-1977. During that time he was instrumental in the development of the current Quad-Cities Campus in Moline and the early growth of East Campus in Galva. Dr. Reid passed away December 5, 2020. Dr. Alban […]
This year has been challenging, filled with disappointments and adversity, but also with resilience. We reached out to students to find out their New Year’s resolutions for staying in positive in upcoming year and what they have learned in 2020 that will help them take on 2021. Read on to see what these Black Hawk […]
Black Hawk College Associate in Arts graduate Shannon Boynton found the perfect job to continue her journey as a lifelong learner. In August 2020, she became the museum curator for the Essley-Noble Museum in Aledo, IL. The Mercer County Historical Society manages the museum, which showcases local history and offers genealogy resources. “I like learning. […]
Black Hawk College hunt seat equestrians competed this fall against riders from around the Midwest without leaving their home arena. Nineteen BHC students participated in the inaugural Hunt Seat Flyover States Challenge Series: Virtual Collegiate Horse Show. Riders competed in the Black Hawk College East Campus arena in three shows from September-November. Videos of their […]
Thanks to a $3,500 grant from The Moline Foundation, Black Hawk College will be able to help more Quad-Cities residents upgrade their skills or train for new jobs. The Reskilling Project at Black Hawk College fills gaps in financial assistance for students who want to enroll in short-term training programs. These programs usually do not […]