Clubs/organizations - Black Hawk College

Explore student clubs and organizations virtually

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Black Hawk College offers a variety of clubs and organizations to help you have a great college experience. Both campuses are offering virtual club fests this month to let you explore what your campus offers. Plan to attend! Quad-Cities Campus Virtual Club Fest – Wednesday, Sept. 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via Zoom. […]

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Horticulture Club promotes student growth

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For the Horticulture Club at East Campus, growth is about more than plants. The club promotes the profession of horticulture and fellowship, and furthers the interests of horticulture by uniting those with a common interest in the field. The Horticulture Club provides students with opportunities to participate in horticultural activities, competitions and social activities, and […]

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Attend a fair to find resources

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Black Hawk College students can attend fairs this fall to find resources to help them succeed. Mark your calendar for the below event that applies to you, and don’t forget that Black Hawk College offers a wide range of student resources year-round! Social Services Fair (Quad-Cities Campus) Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 […]

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Exploring science: Earth Day and every day

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Passionate about the environment? Want to study science? Black Hawk College is the right place to be. Students can make an impact on Earth Day, Monday, April 22, by participating in an Quad-Cities Campus Clean Up. Quad-Cities Campus Clean Up, Earth Day, Monday, April 22, 2019, 2-4 p.m. Students should meet outside Building 2 on […]

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QC student leaders: it’s time to apply for SGA

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Want to make a difference during your time at Black Hawk College’s Quad-Cities Campus? Apply for the Student Government Association (SGA), where you could do just that! SGA is accepting online applications through March 29, 2019. Interviews to select SGA senators will be April 10. Up to 14 senators, including executive officers, make up Quad-Cities […]

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Writers Guild club seeks creative students

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Writers Guild members revel in putting pen to paper. Students in the Quad-Cities Campus club meet weekly to share their writing, read poetry and motivate each other. “The guild has inspired me to write more,” BHC sophomore and Writers Guild president Emma Bertram said. A wide variety of interests are covered by BHC clubs and […]

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Veterans Resource Center serves BHC students

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The Lane Evans Veterans Resource Center is a spot for student veterans to take a break, but it is also a place where they gain momentum. The center connects veterans and active military members with the resources they need to help them transition into college life. New Veterans Coordinator Thomas Reagan, the new Coordinator of […]

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Circle K International helps students give back

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College students have the power to positively impact their communities, and Circle K International members are dedicated to doing just that. Circle K president Cora Hill said the importance of community service is often emphasized, but it can be difficult for college students to find ways to serve that fit into their busy lives. “Circle […]

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BHC Equestrian Team adds Hunt Seat division

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East Campus now has an Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) Hunt Seat division! The BHC Equine Program is well-known for its award-winning IHSA Western division, and BHC Equestrian Team members are excited to compete in the Hunt Seat division this year. Hunt Seat is an English riding division where the rider has a closer contact […]

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Look for BHC kindness rocks

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If you spot a colorful rock while at the Quad-Cities Campus, scoop it up! These stones have a purpose. Known as kindness rocks, they are hidden discreetly with a goal of brightening the finder’s day. You will find a positive message or a fun design on the front of each rock, and instructions on the […]

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