Irvin inducted into BHC East Foundation Wall of Fame

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Professor emerita Donna Irvin was inducted Sept. 7 into the Black Hawk College East Foundation Wall of Fame. More than 140 people attended the ceremony at Jumer’s Casino & Hotel in Rock Island. View photos from the event on Facebook. The Wall of Fame represents individuals and organizations that have made Black Hawk College East […]

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QC Campus students join Phi Theta Kappa honor society

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Black Hawk College welcomed nine students into the Quad-Cities Campus’ chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society during Summer 2019. Phi Theta Kappa is recognized as the official honor society for community colleges by the American Association of Community Colleges. To be eligible for membership, students must have completed at least 12 credit hours and […]

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Ribbon cut for Building 1 addition, renovation at QC Campus

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Dozens of students, employees and members of the community gathered Aug. 29 in the new courtyard at the Quad-Cities Campus to celebrate the Building 1 addition and renovation. The $17.8 million project began in March 2017 with renovations to the Enrollment Services, Financial Aid and Bursar’s offices. Ground was broken in March 2018 for the […]

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Students, parents invited to explore options Sept. 26 at College Night

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Black Hawk College will host the 48th annual College Night from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 at the Quad-Cities Campus in the gymnasium in Building 3.

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Ribbon cut on new equine facilities at East Campus

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More than 100 people – and 60 horses – attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house Aug. 22 to celebrate the new equine facilities at the East Campus. The additions and renovations build upon the college’s nationally recognized equine program. Improvements include: 20,000-square-foot addition for equine studies 94 horse stalls, a 36% increase 7,400-square-foot practice […]

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Prospective nursing students should attend info session

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Are you planning to apply to the Associate Degree Nursing Program or Practical Nursing Certificate Program and are currently enrolled at BHC? Then you should attend a Planning and Information for Nursing Students (PINS) meeting. The meetings will provide support, academic planning and an opportunity to network with other students pursuing the same goals. Come […]

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Student-athletes bring home NJCAA honors for 2018-19

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Congratulations to the following Black Hawk College student-athletes for earning National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) division, region and conference awards based on their athletic achievements in 2018-19. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2019 Region IV, Division II, District L All-Region Team First Team Rebecca Hunt – Davenport West HS (IA) SOFTBALL 2019 Region IV, Division II, District […]

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Baseball players named to district Rawlings Gold Glove Team

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Black Hawk College baseball players claimed three of the nine spots on the 2019 NJCAA Division II North Central District/Region IV Rawlings Gold Glove Team. The BHC team members are: Sean Hebreard – Plainfield East HS (IL) Nick Traystman – Ledyard HS (CT) Jake Conley – Durant HS (IA) Region IV consists of 12 teams […]

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BHC student-athletes win academic awards

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Black Hawk College student-athletes earned awards from the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for their academic achievements in 2018-19. NJCAA Academic Teams of the Year Honorable Mention – Teams must earn a 3.0 GPA or higher for the 2018-19 school year to be eligible. Softball – 3.43 GPA Volleyball – 3.14 GPA Women’s Basketball […]

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Trustee Q&A: Chair Fritz Larsen grateful to give back

Fritz Larsen, chair of the BHC Board of Trustees, ran for election because of the opportunity to give back to his alma mater and the community. While studying at Black Hawk College, he played basketball, scoring than 1,000 career points, and met his wife and best friend in a business law class. Larsen says he […]

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