Veterans Resource Center serves BHC students

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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Trick-or-Treat Trail set for Wednesday

boy in Halloween costume wearing a purple mask touching green slime

All things spooky will take over the East Campus for Trick-or-Treat Trail on Wednesday, Oct. 24! The free community event is from 5-7 p.m. and will bring a crowd to East Campus for treats and activities. Campus is decorated for Halloween with different themes to discover at each stop. Ghostbusters, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and […]

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Celebrate National Transfer Student Week

Transfer students holding signs saying Black Hawk College got me here

It is National Transfer Student Week! Black Hawk College is a great place to earn the first half of your bachelor’s degree. Earning an associate degree at Black Hawk College is an affordable option where you get an excellent education close to home. There are several associate degree options available and plenty of resources available […]

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Circle K International helps students give back

female student with donations for nursing home

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

female student and horse jumping over fence

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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FAFSA help is available

Financial Aid director sitting at table in Financial Aid office

It is officially time to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2019-2020 school year! Applying for FAFSA will let you find out if you are eligible for federal and state grant programs, work-study and student loans. Submitting as early as possible is a great idea because some financial aid […]

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Kindness speaker shares ways to make an impact

speaker at Student Organization Fair

Kindness is like a muscle: something that we control and can grow. “When you work the muscle, it gets stronger,” Gabriella van Rij shared during her talk at the Quad-Cities Campus on Aug. 30, 2018. Her topic was Creating a Kindness Culture and the speech was part of the Club/Organization Fair that had a theme […]

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Getting involved on campus

female students wearing Fear of Missing Out t-shirts

No matter what your passion is, there is a club on campus that could be a perfect fit for you! Joining a club is a great way to get involved. At the Quad-Cities Campus, a Club & Organization Fair is set for Thursday, Aug. 30 in the Hawk’s Nest (Building 4, second floor) from 10 a.m. […]

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