Following the safety guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Restore Illinois Plan, Black Hawk College continues to be committed to providing students with the best possible learning experience under the circumstances. We believe the steps we are taking will provide the structure necessary for students to achieve their academic goals and the flexibility needed to adapt as circumstances change. The fall semester will look a bit different this year, but we look forward to helping students as always.
PLANS FOR FALL 2020
- The Fall 2020 academic calendar will remain unchanged, with classes starting Monday, Aug. 17.
- Courses will be online except for those that require face-to-face instruction. These classes will be blended, with online lectures and face-to-face labs.
- Starting Monday, Nov. 30, all courses will be completed online, including finals, for the remainder of the semester.
ACCESS TO CAMPUS
Access to campus buildings and student services is available, following guidelines. All visitors to campus, including employees and students, must complete a daily screening with temperature check, wear a mask while in any of the college facilities, and meet the requirements in the COVID-19 Screening Notice (PDF). This notice is also posted at building entrances and is subject to change. Students and employees have additional requirements. Please see FAQs.
Daily COVID-19 Screening Tool: Students and employees may utilize this optional online tool on myBlackHawk before arriving at campus for quicker access.
Where are the screening entrances?
August 6, 2020
Quad Cities Campus:
- Entry to Building 1, 2, and STB is the northeast entrance of Building 1.
- Entry to Building 3, 4, and HSC is the west entrance of Building 3 Police Department entrance.
- Entry to Building A, B, C, and VSC is the main entrance of Building A.
- Entry to Building 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7 is Building 1 Police Department entrance.
Outreach Center, Adult Learning Center, and Moline Weld Lab:
- Entry is the main entrance of each building and then follow directional signage.
Community Education Center and the Welding and Skilled Trade Center:
- Entry is the main entrance of the Community Education Center and then follow directional signage.
MORE information and FAQs:
The college encourages you to be proactive during this time and stay informed. The coronavirus situation is ever evolving and your best defense is to practice good health habits. We also encourage our college community to be supportive and speak out against negative and stigmatizing behavior.
Employees with questions should contact:
Director of Human Resources
Students with questions should contact:
Dr. LaDrina Wilson
Vice President for Student Services