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The Signal and the Noise
The alumni art show features 30 pieces by 14 former students and alumni inspired by or created in response to recent world events, including the coronavirus pandemic and protests.
“I work a full-time job and support a family. It means a lot to not have to pay out of pocket for tuition. With the Last-Dollar Scholarship, you don’t have to worry.”
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Skilled jobs require skilled workers. Hawkeye offers hands-on training led by field-tested instructors to help you prepare for a successful career. Visit campus to learn more.
Get to know Hawkeye Community College during one of our spring visit days. Explore programs; meet current students; and learn about financial aid, housing, athletics, and campus life. Both virtual and on-campus options are available.
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Tuesday, April 20, 20217:00pm–7:45pm
Friday, April 23, 20211:00pm–4:00pm
Tuesday, April 27, 20216:00pm–7:30pm
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posted Friday, April 16, 2021
The clinic held in Tama Hall on April 15 was in collaboration with Black Hawk County Public Health and the Hawkeye Student Health Clinic.
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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.
It doesn't matter why you didn't finish—just don't let that stop you from pursuing your dreams and landing the job you always wanted. Discover what it will take to finish your degree.
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.
It won't take long for Hawkeye to connect you to a high-paying job. Check out the careers where you can earn $50,000 a year.