Nursing students ready to start their careers during pandemic

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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 […]

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Honors lists for Fall 2020 released

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At the end of the fall and spring semesters, High Honors and Honors lists are published to honor students for their academic achievement.

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Black Hawk College mourns the loss of former president Reid

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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 […]

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Students share plans for staying upbeat in 2021

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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 […]

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Check out the holiday cookie-decorating contest winners!

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Quad-Cities Campus Student Life hosted the 2020 BHC Bake the Season Bright Cookie-Decorating Contest. Thanks to the 21 students who took the time to painstakingly decorate holiday cookies! Participants could […]

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Grad leverages her love of learning as a museum curator

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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 […]

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BHC equestrians take home awards without leaving home arena

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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 […]

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Moline Foundation grant to help students get short-term training

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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 […]

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