There are many ways to get involved as a leader at Black Hawk College. Finding the right opportunity for you can sometimes be a challenge. These resources are intended to help you explore the many different leadership opportunities available to you as a BHC student.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the officially recognized student governance body for Black Hawk College. It is composed of 14 senators, including executive officers, and the opportunity for any Black Hawk College student to be a part of one or more of the three standing committees: Activities, Volunteerism, and Governing, as well as other committees, such as the Inter-Club Council Committee. Senators are appointed by the outgoing Senate once a year through an application and interview process.
The campus clubs/organizations search can help you find the organization on campus that is perfect for you. You can search by the name of the organization you are looking for or by keywords. If you don’t find it, the Clubs/Organizations page can show you how to create it!
Illinois Community College District 525 is one of 39 community college districts governed by the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) under the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE). The ICCB was created by the General Assembly under the provisions of the Illinois Public Junior College Act of 1965. Its primary responsibilities are to coordinate the educational programs offered through the community college system, to allocate state funding for capital expansion, and to act on curriculum changes proposed by individual community colleges.
BHC is directly governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees, all of whom are elected from within the district for six-year terms. A student representative, elected annually by the student body, is a non-voting member of the Board. The officers of the Board are chairman, vice chairman and secretary, all of whom are elected by their peers for a one-year term.
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