Mini-grant to help TRIO students prepare for college classes

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Sixteen TRIO students will be better prepared to start classes this fall thanks to a $2,384 mini-grant from the Black Hawk College Quad-Cities Foundation. The TRIO Student Support Services program at the Quad-Cities Campus serves first-generation students, low-income students and students with a documented disability who plan to transfer to pursue a four-year degree. “These […]

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‘It’s more than bugs’ – BHC student finds his future in research

BHC student Elijah Davis of Kewanee found himself looking for his next challenge after discovering his initial major was not a good fit. Getting Started Davis began his academic career at a university before making the change. He decided Black Hawk College was where he was going to find his next adventure. That is when […]

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BHC’s Honors Program: Your next academic adventure

Students at Black Hawk College may not know it yet, but the Honors Program could be their next adventure. “We wanted to give the opportunity to do honors work to people who maybe wouldn’t normally be the audience for honors work,” said Nicole Banks, Honors Program chair. The Honors Program is meant for both transfer […]

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