BHC Alumni Spotlight: Building Lifelong Learners

Black Hawk College plays an important part in shaping so many lives in the Quad-Cities community. From Rock Island to Silvis, southeast to Kewanee, and southwest to Aledo, so many […]

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Community College Month: BHC Alumni return to work for the college

April is Community College Month and we wanted to take the time to celebrate some of our incredible alumni. National Community College Month started in 1986 as a way to […]

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Mini-grant to help TRIO students prepare for college classes

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Sixteen TRIO students will be better prepared to start classes this fall thanks to a $2,384 mini-grant from the Black Hawk College Quad-Cities Foundation. The TRIO Student Support Services program […]

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‘It’s more than bugs’ – BHC student finds his future in research

BHC student Elijah Davis of Kewanee found himself looking for his next challenge after discovering his initial major was not a good fit. Getting Started Davis began his academic career […]

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BHC Livestock Judging Teams continue rich tradition

Black Hawk College Livestock Judging Teams are synonymous with winning, but why are they so successful? It all started back in the 1970s when now-retired professor Dan Hoge started the […]

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BHC’s Honors Program: Your next academic adventure

Students at Black Hawk College may not know it yet, but the Honors Program could be their next adventure. “We wanted to give the opportunity to do honors work to […]

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Kendrick takes over for his musical mentor at BHC

Black Hawk College is welcoming back a familiar face to its instrumental music program. Jazz pianist, composer and recording artist Corey Kendrick has returned to the Quad Cities from Detroit […]

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Georgia transplant makes QC, BHC home

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The future is full of possibilities for Black Hawk College graduate Ty Lewis. He isn’t sure what he’ll be doing when he completes his bachelor’s degree in 2022, but one […]

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BHC grad Chad Pregracke: ‘Expand your mind’

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Chad Pregracke’s good work has made him a household name in the Quad Cities and beyond. The founder of Living Lands & Waters’ recognitions even include the Jefferson Award for […]

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PTK Posts: Student Q&A with TRIO & Tutoring

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Members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society chapter at the Quad-Cities Campus are writing PTK Posts for their 2021 College Project. College Projects are a way for PTK chapters […]

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