BHC baseball players named to Rawlings Gold Glove Team

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Three Black Hawk College baseball players earned a spot on the 2018 NJCAA Division II North Central District/Region IV Rawlings Gold Glove Team. Shortstop Sam Stonskas also was named Defensive Player of the Year. The team members are: Chris Liggett, Blue Springs H.S. (MO) – outfielder – freshman Stephen Pim, Pleasant Valley H.S. (IA) – […]

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BHC closed Monday, May 28

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All Black Hawk College facilities will be closed Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. The college will reopen Tuesday, May 29.  

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All BHC locations closing at noon Friday, May 25

Due to utility construction, the college will close at 12:00 p.m. (noon) Friday, May 25. All BHC locations will be closed. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we make progress on our facility upgrades. John Erwin, Ph.D. Interim President Black Hawk College

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Orientations in June for highway construction training

Highway construction program in action

Interested in working in highway construction? A new session of the Highway Construction Careers Training Program (HCCTP) at Black Hawk College begins Monday, Aug. 13. The 13-week program aims to increase the number of minorities, women and disadvantaged individuals working on Illinois Department of Transportation projects. The intensive training is 36 hours per week. There […]

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Got kids who need something to do this summer?

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Got kids who need something to do this summer? Black Hawk College offers a variety of youth camps and youth classes. Does your daughter play softball? Girls ages 7-13 can learn the fundamentals of softball from award-winning Black Hawk College softball coach Carrie Calderon and her players June 11-14 at the annual Braves Softball Camp. […]

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Pool closed May 24-June 3 for maintenance

Pool (Overhead)

The Community Aquatic Center at the Quad-Cities Campus will be closed Thursday, May 24 through Sunday, June 3 for annual maintenance. The pool also will be closed Wednesday, July 4 for Independence Day. Black Hawk College offers youth learn-to-swim classes, adult aquatic exercise classes, open swim, pool party rentals and more. For the summer schedule, […]

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BHC baseball players win region, conference awards

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Congrats to eight Black Hawk College baseball players for winning Region IV and Arrowhead Athletic Conference awards! The 2018 Division II All-North Central District/Region IV teams include four BHC players. First Team Chris Liggett, Blue Springs H.S. (MO) – outfielder – freshman Devin Wessels, United Township H.S. (IL) – pitcher – sophomore Second Team Nick […]

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Black Hawk College honors 28 exceptional QC students

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Black Hawk College recently celebrated the accomplishments of 28 outstanding Quad-Cities students at the 2018 Student Commitment to Excellence Award ceremony. The annual awards honor students at the college’s Quad-Cities sites who have shown outstanding commitment to excellence in one or more areas. The awards recognize students who have gone the extra mile to be […]

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Eight students honored at Founders’ Scholars reception

BHC Founders' Scholars 2018

Black Hawk College recently honored eight East Campus students for their academic excellence at the 34th Annual Founders’ Scholars Awards Reception. The event is named after the East Campus founders – Dr. Glenn Case, James Golby, Gust Lundberg, Ted Vlahos and Robert White. Students receiving the award must have a minimum 3.85 grade point average […]

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Black Hawk College announces next president

Black Hawk College president Tim Wynes

Black Hawk College is pleased to announce Mr. Tim Wynes, J.D., has been selected as its next president. Wynes has been president of Inver Hills Community College since 2010 and was named president of Dakota County Technical College in 2013. He continues to serve both colleges. The college conducted a nationwide search with the assistance […]

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