Community college students often balance a job, family and other responsibilities along with their academic work. At times, many students come to Black Hawk College as the first in their family to attend college. We can help you succeed.
Academic & Career Services
Advisors will help guide you through successful enrollment in your first semester and beyond.
The Financial Aid Office can assist you in applying for federal, state and institutional funds to help meet your educational costs.
We hope the trickiest thing about payments is remembering that the Bursar’s Office is where you pay your bills.
All Black Hawk College students have access to free tutoring. Start early in the semester and come often… we’re here for your academic success!
Black Hawk College makes the college transition smoother by offering one-on-one advising, workshops and other services to help low-income students, first-generation college students, and students with disabilities succeed in college.
In addition to buying books for your classes, show your school spirit by purchasing Black Hawk College clothing. The bookstores also offer supplies and other class-specific items you might need.
Even if your course is fully online, students can still use the library’s services, whether accessing databases from home, requesting books, or using the library’s website to discover tutorials that will help to conduct research efficiently and effectively.
Student Life & Personal Support
From time to time, we all face difficult challenges that impact our lives. A BHC counselor can help you with your concerns, problems and challenges.
Students with disabilities may use a variety of accommodation services that are intended to improve their performance in either a traditional classroom setting or an online setting.
Take part in every opportunity that will fit into your schedule, interact through online social media avenues, and make your college experience memorable.