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Celebrating Our Graduates
Blake Hansen believes experience is the key to success. Coming to Hawkeye after the 2019 Ocwen Mortgage layoffs, his previous education and work experience prepared him for success in the Web Programming and Development program. His experience as a student and work-study under instructor MJ Nelson gave him the skills and confidence to pursue a new career.
Graduating from Hawkeye Community College isn’t new for Shadrach Banks. First, he earned a degree in Sustainable Construction and Design. Next, he got one in Digital Mass Media. This week, he rounds out the trifecta with a degree in Heating and Air Conditioning, a trio of specialties that will allow him to pursue his dreams.
Athlete. Ambassador. Student. Soldier. Ashley Grapp wears many hats in her busy life. Before she enters dental school this fall, the Waterloo native will add one more to the list: Hawkeye Community College graduate.
As a first-generation college student, it means a lot for Tyler Ramirez to graduate this week. While he’s finishing his degree in Network Administration and Engineering, his time at Hawkeye isn’t over. He plans to return this fall for the new Cybersecurity program.
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After managing the difficult balance of work, school, and family, Diamond DesRosiers celebrates what graduation will mean for her future.
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Project: Remodel Brock Student Center for the new Brock Student Center Bookstore. Sealed bids will be accepted until Thursday, May 6 at 2:00 p.m. CST, at which time the bids will be publicly opened.
Interested in gaining high-demand skills and working for John Deere? With the School to Work, you can earn a degree in Industrial Automation Technology, gain employment at Deere, and get money for college!
To access an electronic copy of your 1098-T visit ECSI. You will need your first and last name, social security number, and zip code that appears on your student account with Hawkeye.
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You don't need piles of student loans to earn a four-year degree. You can save thousands by connecting to Hawkeye's transfer degree program.