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Improving Life Through Learning


ONLINE www.bhc.edu



Dear Future Black Hawk College Student, As you decide which college you want to attend, let me invite you and your family to discover all that Black Hawk College has to offer you. Our institution has been a part of the communities it serves for nearly 75 years. Our distinguished faculty members help make your college experience the best that it can be. Our sports teams, student organizations and community involvement provide something for everyone to enjoy. I hope you will be able to schedule some time to tour one of our campuses. Even if you aren’t able to visit a campus, this viewbook will give you a window into student life at Black Hawk College. I assure you that we are here to work with you and your family every step of the way as you become familiar with not only Black Hawk College, but with the entire higher education experience. I hope to see you walking across the stage at commencement, shaking my hand and receiving your certificate or degree. All the best to you as you make your decision. Best regards,


President Tim Wynes, J.D.

When you’re a student at Black Hawk College, you are part of a family. Small class sizes and available instructors allow you to easily make connections. The college operates within Illinois Community College District #503, which encompasses 2,200 square miles with more than 225,000 residents. Black Hawk College: • Includes the Quad-Cities Campus in Moline and the East Campus in Galva. • Operates three outreach locations: East Moline, Rock Island and Kewanee catering to community and adult education, including ESL and GED. • Operates three training centers: Business Training Center and Industrial Training Lab Extension Center in Moline and Welding and Skilled Trades Center in Kewanee. • Began in 1946 as Moline Community College and became Black Hawk College in 1961. • Is recognized by the Illinois Community College Board and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.



Black Hawk College offers a variety of high-quality career and transfer programs at an affordable cost and a wide range of community outreach programs.



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Who will you meet? Whether Black Hawk College is in your hometown, several states away or on another continent, we have a lot to offer. Students from local communities, across the United States and nearly 70 countries have studied at Black Hawk College.

“The professors do a wonderful job teaching you material and want the best for you. It is very affordable and you would be taking some of the same classes at a four-year college that Black Hawk College offers at a lower cost.” – Ty Lewis of Rock Island, IL BHC Associate in Arts student

“If you want a future of any kind, Black Hawk College is the place to start. The tuition is cheaper, class numbers are smaller, and I’m not sure why you wouldn’t choose Black Hawk College.” – Joshua Worten of Lake Butler, FL BHC Associate in Science – Ag Transfer student

“There’s a lot of opportunity and options at Black Hawk College. You can also make new friends from all over the country and the world.” – Jami Hessell of Okinawa, Japan BHC Associate in Arts student

Associate Degrees • Associate in Arts • Associate in Fine Arts J • Associate in Science • Associate in Science – Agriculture Transfer B B Programs offered at the East Campus only. J Programs offered at the Quad-Cities Campus only.


Designed for students to earn associate degrees and then pursue bachelor’s degrees at four-year schools.

Academic Departments • Agriculture • Art, Design and Performing Arts • Business, Computer and Engineering Technology • Communication, Humanities and Languages • English and Reading • Health and Human Services • Mathematics • Natural Science and Engineering • Nursing • Psychology and Sociology • Social Sciences



Complete the first half of your bachelor’s degree by choosing the associate degree that’s right for you. Finish general education and foundation courses at Black Hawk College for your future major, then transfer to your four-year institution ready to go. No matter what you plan on studying, our advisors can help you tailor your BHC degree to meet your transfer needs. Black Hawk College even has transfer agreements with numerous four-year colleges and universities in place covering subjects from accounting to technology management that you can explore online. Explore transfer agreements, sample transfer plans and more at www.bhc.edu/transfer. Top 10 transfer colleges for BHC students

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“Because of this institution, I have the foundation I need not only for English, but in everything I need to know for my major. Don’t even think twice: you need to come to Black Hawk College.” – Amadou Abasse Ndiaye of Senegal, Africa 2019 BHC Associate in Arts graduate

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Accounting Agriculture (Business & Science) Anthropology Art (Graphics & Studio Arts) Biological Sciences Business (Economics, Finance, Human Resources, Management, Marketing, Sales & Supply Chain Management) Chemistry Communication (Speech) Computer Science Computer Science (Information Systems, Networking & Security) Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Early Childhood Education Elementary Education English (Literature & Writing) History (American & World) Horticulture Journalism Mathematics Music (Business, Education, Performance & Therapy)

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Nursing (ADN & pre-licensure pathways) Philosophy Political Science Pre-Engineering (Civil, General, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical & more) Pre-Professional Health (Chiropractic, Dietetics/Nutrition, Dentistry, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant & more) Pre-Veterinary Medicine Psychology Secondary Education (various disciplines) Social Work Sociology Sport & Fitness Management


Black Hawk College can help you prepare to transfer into the following majors*:

*Preparation for unlisted majors is often possible. Check with a BHC advisor.






Take the next step!

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Apply online or get more information at www.bhc.edu/getstarted.

Once you’ve applied, watch for your acceptance letter. It will be emailed to the personal email account used on the application.

Log into the myBlackHawk student portal to access Hawk’s Journey and determine if you need to complete placement testing.

Apply for financial aid by submitting a FAFSA (www.fafsa.gov) and monitoring your myBlackHawk email for updates.

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Send SAT/ACT scores to Enrollment Services at registrar@bhc.edu or schedule an appointment for placement testing in our testing center.

Meet with an advisor to choose classes and register. All new degree-seeking students must meet with an advisor to create a schedule.

Check payment options, due dates and pay online.

BHC GRADS ARE EVERYWHERE Did you know BHC graduates work in every sector? From customer service to health to engineering, you’ll find our graduates working across the Quad-Cities area and beyond. Black Hawk College is an affordable way to get a great education with small class sizes and dedicated faculty.






Student loan debt can be overwhelming for new graduates entering the workforce, but Black Hawk College is an affordable option. For the latest tuition rates, check our website at www.bhc.edu/payingforcollege. Get a head start in life – choose Black Hawk College! You may also qualify for financial assistance to help make Black Hawk College even more affordable.

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“I decided to attend Black Hawk College because it made my transition to college easier. The affordability of Black Hawk College was also a factor.” – Yadira Chavez of Kewanee, IL BHC Associate in Science student

Scholarships The Black Hawk College Foundations (East Campus and Quad-Cities Campus) have more than 200 scholarships available to students. Scholarship opportunities are based on academic performance, financial need and/or area of study. Learn more at www.bhc.edu/scholarships. Campus Jobs FAST FACT: BHC HAS You can work part-time to earn money for your educational expenses under the Federal Work-Study Program or as a student worker on campus. Contact Career Services for assistance with your job search, résumé and more! TRiO Student Support Services offers financial literacy workshops throughout the year to eligible students. Topics include: • Completing the FAFSA • Submitting scholarships and grants • Developing a personal budget • Understanding your credit



Financial Aid The Financial Aid Office can assist you in applying for federal, state and institutional funds to help meet your educational expenses. Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov as soon as possible beginning Oct. 1.




If you’re self-motivated, self-disciplined and ready for a challenge, take advantage of our online classes. You can earn your Associate in Arts completely online, or mix and match by taking some courses on campus and some online.

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Experience learning from trained faculty at a great tuition rate. You will pay in-district tuition no matter where you live, and you can complete your work anywhere with high speed internet access.* BHC also has an IT support team to help you.


Close by? Stop by campus to meet your instructors, use the Wi-Fi or take advantage of other resources.


Online classes include: • Accounting • Anthropology • Biology • Business • Computer science • Early childhood education • Economics • English • Math • Sociology • Speech *See our advisors for minimum equipment requirements. 12




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Planning to attend a four-year college or currently enrolled at one? BHC online classes are a great way to satisfy some general education requirements at our low tuition rate while you work toward your bachelor’s degree. We’ll help you transfer the credits. Why BHC online? Affordable – Regardless of where you live, you’ll pay in-district tuition for online classes. Flexible – There are seven start dates a year for online classes, with eight-week and semester-long classes. Convenient – You can do classwork anywhere you have high speed internet access.

“I like online classes because they fit my lifestyle and learning style better.” – Abbie Wadsworth of Silvis, IL BHC Associate in Arts student 13


Designed for students who want to go directly into the workforce. n Agriculture Associate in Applied Science Degrees • Agribusiness Management B • Agribusiness Management B - Crop Production Technology B - Horticulture Science B • Agriculture Mechanics Technology B • Agriculture Production Technology B • Equestrian Science B • Horse Science Technology B • Veterinary Technology B Certificates • Advanced Large Animal Technician Bu • Advanced Veterinary Office Management Bu • Agriculture Mechanics B • Agriculture Production Bu - Animal Science Bu - Beef Production Bu - Swine Production Bu • Horse Science Technology B • Veterinary Assisting B n


Business Associate in Applied Science Degrees • Accounting • Administrative Assisting J • Business Certificates • Accounting Clerk • Administrative Office Support • Banking and Finance J • Business Information Technology J • Business Software u • Inventory Specialist • Medical Office Receptionist J • Music Industry J • Small Business Management u • Team Leader

n Computer Technologies (Graphics/Information Technology/Web) Associate in Applied Science Degrees • Computer Information Technology J - Application Developer Track - IT Support Technician Track - Network Administration Track • Visual Communication J Certificates • A+ Prep Certificate u • Art Technology J • IT Support Technician J • Network Administrator J • Network Technician J • Network+ Prep Certificate u • PC Application Programmer J • Web Developer J n

Education-Related Associate in Applied Science Degrees • Early Childhood Education Certificates • Assistant Teacher • Early Childhood Educator

n Health-Related Services Associate in Applied Science Degrees • Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) J • Emergency Medical Services – Paramedic J • Health Information Management J • Physical Therapist Assistant J • Surgical Technology Certificates • Basic Nurse Assistant Training Program u • Emergency Medical Services – Paramedic J - Basic • Medical Assisting • Medical Coding Specialist • Patient Care Assistant • Practical Nursing J

n Trade and Technical Associate in Applied Science Degrees • Automotive Repair Technology B • Criminal Justice Technology • Engineering Technology J - Electrical Track - Manufacturing Processes Track - Mechanical Track • General Occupational and Technical Studies Certificates • Air Conditioning Specialist (Automotive) Bu • AutoCAD • Automotive Repair B • Brake Specialist B • CNC Manufacturing J - Intro to CNC Manufacturing u - CNC Manufacturing • Criminal Justice Technology • Engineering Technology Fundamentals J • Inventory Specialist • Logistics and Warehousing u • Manufacturing Processes • ProE J • Welding - Gas Metal Arc Welding u - Shielded Metal Arc Welding u • Wheel Alignment and Suspension B u Check with Financial Aid Office for program eligibility. B Programs offered at the East Campus only. J Programs offered at the Quad-Cities Campus only.


Black Hawk College trade and technical students learn to create, repair, install and troubleshoot – all skills that make them highly attractive to local industry recruiters. Just a few subjects you can study with us include automotive repair, CNC (computer numerical control) manufacturing, engineering technology, and welding. Criminal justice programs are also available in our trade and technical offerings.

“I’m a hands-on learner. I like getting my hands dirty. You’re not just sitting a classroom. We do get the classroom time, but we also actually go out and try to fix stuff that is broken.” – Justin Tate of Fenton, IL BHC 2019 Agribusiness Management Associate in Applied Science and Agriculture Production Technology Associate in Applied Science graduate



To meet the demands of an ever-changing agriculture industry, Black Hawk College East Campus offers a variety of career and transfer programs to ensure students are prepared with advanced training, from agribusiness management to veterinary technology. The Agriculture Program offers students opportunities for on-the-job training with agriculturally-oriented businesses in the region and throughout the nation. Our graduates hold positions in agribusiness management, crop and livestock production, veterinary clinics and hospitals, and ag equipment dealerships. They are mechanics, farm operators, herdsmen, riding instructors and horse trainers. Learn more at www.bhc.edu/ag.

“I love the connections that create Black Hawk College’s ag program. The ag staff is very experienced and always willing to help a student who shows interest in their field.” – Katelyn Smoot of Sterling, IL BHC Associate in Science – Ag Transfer student

Ag competitive teams • Crops & Soils Judging Team • Horse Judging Team • Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) Western and Hunt Seat Equestrian Team • Livestock Judging Team



The BHC East Campus has award-winning teams in the areas of livestock, horses, dairy, crops, soils and horticulture. Students participate on a local, state and national level in agricultural scholastic bowls, job interview competitions in several areas of employment, discussion meets, computer skills contests and public speaking contests.



Business degrees and certificates from Black Hawk College will prepare you with the financial decisionmaking and communication skills businesses expect. Students also benefit from networking activities such as job shadowing, volunteering and attending professional seminars and events. Our instructors connect with local employers to find out what courses and skills graduates should have when entering the workforce, and most certificates and degrees require students to complete an internship that provides real-world experience. This means you’ll have a competitive advantage in today’s job market.

“Business degrees and certificates at Black Hawk College prepare students for positions in management, human resource management, accounting, finance, marketing and sales. The programs are designed for students to obtain skills to enter or re-enter the workforce with a competitive advantage or start their own businesses.” – Ewelina Bergert BHC Business Assistant Professor

Certificate programs can be completed within one academic year and prepare students for vendor certification exams. The many certificates to select from include Art Technology, Business Software, PC Application Programmer and Web Developer.

“I love the hands-on activities in the computer labs and the amount of opportunities at Black Hawk College.” – C. Blaise Kinto of Togo, Africa BHC Network Administration Associate in Applied Science student


Our Associate in Applied Science degrees include internships so students graduate with on-the-job experience. Earn a Computer Information Technology AAS in Application Developer, IT Support Technician or Network Administration. A Visual Communications AAS degree is also available.



The U.S. Department of Labor shows health care occupations will add more jobs than any other group of occupations by 2024. Black Hawk College grads are in demand – area health care facilities contact us when they have positions to fill. Whether your interest is in an eight-week course to quickly prepare for employment or in a two-year degree program, there is a program to meet your needs. A few health care programs include Nursing Assistant (CNA), Practical Nursing (LPN), Associate Degree Nursing (RN), EMS-Paramedic, Physical Therapist Assistant and Surgical Technology. Opportunities for students completing a health sciences career program are limitless: you can be employed in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, physicians’ or dentists’ offices, or a number of community agencies. Black Hawk College will prepare you for a career helping others in a rapidly growing field.

HEALTH SCIENCES PROGRAMS “From the smaller classroom sizes to the way the professors make themselves readily available to students, Black Hawk College is more than just your traditional college.” – Chiquita White of East Moline, IL BHC Practical Nursing (LPN) student



Interested in making a difference by working with kids? Our early childhood education programs are a great way to get started in this rewarding field.

“The instructors are not simply teachers, but are The Early Childhood Education Associate in Applied Science degree is designed to prepare students to work truly support systems. It’s absolutely amazing to sit in class with others who work with children and with children newborn through age five in facilities that foster healthy social, physical, emotional and families.” intellectual growth. – Kristie Amato of Moline, IL The Early Childhood Educator Certificate is designed to prepare individuals to be teachers in child care center 2019 BHC Associate in Arts, Early Childhood Education Associate in Applied Science, and preschool settings. The Assistant Teacher Certificate is designed to prepare individuals to be assistant Early Childhood Educator Certificate and teachers in child development care center and preschool settings. Assistant Teacher Certificate graduate

You can study in a creative, hands-on environment while developing a professional art portfolio. You can continue playing the instrument you love or sing in a choir. Black Hawk College can help you prepare for more than 75 careers in visual arts and music.



Black Hawk College’s fine arts offerings include something for every student, from choir ensembles, orchestra and jazz band to monthly art receptions, a student art show and the student-produced magazine ArtFusion.

BHC achievement awards offer opportunities to significantly reduce the cost of attendance. There are also BHC scholarships specifically for fine arts students. Auditions for the music achievement awards are open to music and non-music majors.


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Develop your talents or fuel your passions in Black Hawk College’s clubs and organizations. You’ll find service organizations, special interest clubs, event committees, support groups, honor societies and beyond. See all we offer at www.bhc.edu/studentlife. Student Support Services We’re here to help you with: • Book and laptop loans for students in career programs • Campus bookstores • Campus visits to transfer colleges and universities • Campus-wide wireless access • Counseling and community resources • Disability services • Financial aid • Food pantry • Job and internship assistance • Library and research assistance • One-on-one academic advising • Study skills workshops • Testing center • Tutoring – one-on-one and in groups • Veterans resources

Our wide variety of offerings and start dates means you can take classes at a pace that works for you. Tutoring online and in-person can give you a boost when you need it. From advising appointments to make sure your education is on the right path to job assistance services, Black Hawk College is here for you every step of your journey. Learn more about available resources at www.bhc.edu/resources. Additional help also may be available for eligible students through TRiO Student Support Services or Perkins Career Program Support Services. See www.bhc.edu/student-support for details. Free tutoring is available Free tutoring is always just a click away at Black Hawk College! As a BHC student you can get tutoring help 24/7 online through Tutor.com, which you access through your Canvas student account. On-campus tutoring for a wide variety of subjects is available during walk-in hours and also by appointment. Not sure when to seek tutoring help? Start early and show up often is a good rule of thumb, but you can use tutoring services anytime. Get tutoring help on a frequent or occasional basis: whatever works best for you.

“I chose Black Hawk College because it was the only college that provided the resources I needed to pursue an education. I’m a nontraditional student and Black Hawk College gave me the opportunity to change my life.” – Alma Lievanos of Rock Island, IL BHC Associate in Arts student


Not a traditional student? Need accommodations for a disability? Are you a veteran ready to earn a degree? Black Hawk College has the resources to help!


STUDENT RESOURCES SPOTLIGHT “My job is to make sure transitioning service members receive all the benefits that they have earned.” – Tom Reagan, BHC Coordinator of Veterans Services BHC welcomes veterans and active duty military members Black Hawk College is proud to be a Military Friendly School and to have our own Veterans Resource Center on the Quad-Cities Campus. Our Coordinator of Veterans Services is available to help all active duty military members and veterans understand their options through the GI Bill and transition into college life. Call 309-796-5501 to get the answers you need or to set up an appointment. Visit www.bhc.edu/veterans for more information. 26

“If you think you might need help, go to Disability Services. I was hesitant at first, but I am really glad I went in. They are super helpful and you can talk to them.” – Logan Habel of Rock Island, IL BHC Associate in Arts student Disability services make BHC accessible Disability Services provides reasonable accommodations for people with qualified, documented disabilities. Services are free and confidential. Examples of accommodations include sign language interpreters, alternate book formats, quiet rooms to take tests, extended testing time and peer note takers. Should you need accommodations, call Disability Services at 309-796-5900. Learn more at www.bhc.edu/disabilityservices.

Black Hawk College has a rich history of success in athletics and competes in the Arrowhead Conference as a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Black Hawk College teams and individuals have won more than 85 conference championships and more than 35 NJCAA Region IV championships.


Want to play while you learn? Black Hawk College has six award-winning collegiate athletic teams at the Quad-Cities Campus with coaches who encourage student-athletes to have discipline both on the field and in the classroom.

BHC Braves teams • Men’s baseball • Men’s and women’s basketball • Men’s golf • Women’s softball • Women’s volleyball Connect with a coach Visit www.bhc.edu/athletics, click on your sport, and fill out a recruitment form.



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HOUSING OPTIONS The Villas (Quad-Cities Campus) Quad-Cities Campus student housing, The Villas, is right across the street from the classroom buildings and features two-bedroom and four-bedroom apartments. The Villas are owned and operated by The Villas at Black Hawk LLC. The land is leased from the Black Hawk College Quad-Cities Foundation.

Prairie Pointe Apartments (East Campus) At the East Campus, the student housing is Prairie Pointe Apartments, which is located right on campus and features two-bedroom and four-bedroom apartments. Prairie Pointe Apartments, LLC is owned by the Black Hawk College East Foundation and operated by Bluffstone, Inc.

Learn more about The Villas at www.liveatbhc.com.

Learn more about Prairie Pointe Apartments at www.bhehousing.com.

At The Villas and Prairie Pointe Apartments, students enjoy:



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on-site maintenance

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THINGS TO DO: Step 1: Apply q Apply for admission at www.bhc.edu/apply. • Pay $20 application fee. • Look for your welcome letter in 1-2 business days at the email address you provided on the application. q Send official transcripts from your high school and/or previous college. q Send placement scores from another school or ACT/SAT test scores (taken within the last two years). q Apply for financial aid at www.fafsa.gov. BHC’s school code is 001638. FAFSA is now available Oct. 1 for the following fall semester. Get more information at www.bhc.edu/financialaid.

GET PREPARED FOR THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES: Don’t Forget! q Check your myBlackHawk email frequently for important messages. q Access Hawk’s Journey to view the calendar where important dates and deadlines are noted as well as additional information regarding the remaining items.

Step 2: Log into myBlackHawk q Reference the welcome letter for myBlackHawk login instructions. q Access myBlackHawk through the BHC website or at https://myblackhawk.bhc.edu. Login questions? Contact the ITS Help Desk at 309-796-5555 or 5555@bhc.edu.

Books q Order books online at www.bhc.edu/bookstore. q Pick up books at the Quad-Cities Campus in the Hawk’s Hub in Building 1 or at the East Campus Bookstore in Building A.

Step 3: Begin Hawk’s Journey q Access Hawk’s Journey, your individualized guide for success, on the Student tab in myBlackHawk. q Use Hawk’s Journey to do the following: • Determine if you need to complete the placement test. • Prepare to meet with an advisor.

Parking Permit q Purchase a permit for $25 per semester at the BHC Police Department at either campus, the Bursar’s Office at the Quad-Cities Campus or Enrollment Services at the East Campus. Summers and minimesters are free. q If you are using financial aid to buy your parking permit, pick up a voucher at the Hawk’s Hub or the East Campus Bookstore.

Step 4: Work with an Advisor and Register q Create your schedule and register with the help of an advisor. q Visit www.bhc.edu/advising for more information or call to schedule an appointment: • East Campus: 309-854-1709 • Quad-Cities Campus: 309-796-5100

Welcome Week q Connect with students, faculty and staff to learn about support resources on campus. q Visit www.bhc.edu/orientation to sign up.

Step 5: Pay Tuition q Access the Student Billing tab in myBlackHawk to check payment options, due dates, pay online or set up deferred payment. q Contact Career Services to explore jobs at www.bhc.edu/careers. q Apply for a BHC Foundation scholarship (March-May) at www.bhc.edu/foundation.

Student ID q Get your photo taken at the Quad-Cities Campus Welcome Center in Building 1 or at the East Campus Police Department in Building 1, Room 100. q Look for your ID to arrive by mail in two weeks. q Visit www.bhc.edu/id for more information.

Get Involved q Learn more about clubs, organizations and events on campus by stopping by the Student Life Office at the Quad-Cities Campus in Building 4 or the Advising Center at the East Campus in Building A. q Visit www.bhc.edu/studentlife for more information.



Black Hawk College offers on-campus tours and events where you can learn more about us. We invite you to come to campus for a tour or visit us at an upcoming event. Popular annual events at the Quad-Cities Campus include College Night in the fall and the Spring Open House. At the East Campus, Ag Visit Days in the fall and spring draw a crowd. Visit www.bhc.edu/go for visit dates, event or tour registration and tour videos. Contact Admissions Info@bhc.edu Quad-Cities Campus | 309-796-5341 East Campus | 309-854-1724 Follow us @blackhawkcollege @BHCEastCampus @BHCCampus

Student Right to Know In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, 20 U.S.C. Sections 1092(a), (e), and (f), as amended, Black Hawk College makes available specified information on campus crime statistics, campus security policies, and institutional completion rates. Reference our information at https://www.bhc.edu/student-resources/safety-and-campus-police/student-right-know/. Questions related to these reports should be directed to Campus Safety & Police at 309-796-5913. No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Legal citation: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and its implementing regulation at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 (Title IX). Students should direct inquires to Title IX Coordinator Jana Koch, Black Hawk College, Building 1, Room 377, 6600 34th Ave., Moline, IL 61265. Phone 309-796-5177 or email kochj@bhc.edu. Faculty and staff should direct inquiries to Deputy Title IX Coordinator Stacey Cary at Black Hawk College, Building 1, Human Resources, 6600 34th Ave., Moline, IL 61265, phone 309-796-5225 or email carys@bhc.edu. Should you need accommodations or this information in an alternative format, please contact Disability Services at 309-796-5900.






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