Adult Education classes are non-credit and are provided at no cost to learners who qualify. Students acquire basic academic skills that assist them in transitioning to employment, training and postsecondary education. Black Hawk College holds classes at learning centers throughout the district.
Requirements vary by program. Select a program for details and contact Adult Education for additional information.
|Adult Education English as a Second Language (ESL)|
|Optional Education & Youth GED®|
Bus tickets are available to students who receive public assistance, are unemployed or underemployed (determined by income). To request bus tickets, please ask at the class site location.
The Community Child Care Resource and Referral Center can assist in locating child care services for daytime or evening classes. Call 563-324-1302.
Services for students with disabilities
If you will need accommodations due to a disability (e.g. sign language interpreter, special seating) to participate in any BHC activity or program, please call the BHC Quad-Cities Campus Disability Services Office at 309-796-5900 or 309-716-3310 (video phone) or contact Adult Education staff at 309-796-8216. A one-week advance notice of accommodation needs is recommended. For more information visit Disability Services.
Pregnant and parenting students have access to individual counseling sessions as well as family living, nutrition, and child care and development classes.
With the student’s permission, Optional Education will coordinate services and goals with social service agencies, psychologists, psychiatrists, court services and drug/alcohol programs.
Counseling – Optional Education
The Youth Service Bureau provides counseling services to students enrolled in the Optional Education program.