"Navigate Student Success using the COMPASS"
"COMPASS Projects" are an opportunity for students to take the COMPASS assessment and learn about what to expect when attending college.
During the day students will have the chance to participate in a "College 101" presentation, a campus tour, enjoy a pizza lunch, and have fun along the way!
COMPASS results can be utilized in multiple ways.
The COMPASS Project registration ended November 2, 2009. Please check back for 2010 dates.
On the Day of Your COMPASS Project Visit
COMPASS Projects usually run from 8:00am–12:15pm. Arrangements may be made to accommodate the high school's schedule.
Students need to bring:
- their Social Security Number
- a photo ID
- a calculator (optional)
- appropriate weather related apparel and walking shoes for the tour
High school staff please:
- provide one chaperone for every 20 students
- arrange transportation
- arrive on time for your visit at Tama Hall.
Hawkeye Community College
1501 East Orange Road
P.O. Box 8015
Waterloo, Iowa 50704-8015
|Mon-Fri ||8:00am-4:30pm |
|Wed ||8:00am-6:00pm |