Visit campus to learn what Hawkeye has to offer you!
The credit course search for courses offered during the Spring 2018 semester is now available. Registration begins October 20. Plan now to register early for the best selection of classes.
Transferring Credits to Hawkeye
Train for a career that offers freedom, stability, and competitive pay. Attend an Open House on October 21 or November 4 to learn more.
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Coming soon, the new Adult Learning Center!
Join in the fun! Sign up for fall intramurals today.
Faculty & Staff Page
Visit the Brock Student Center Food Court and check out the new look. Grab a hot meal, make yourself a salad at the new salad bar, or grab a sandwich out of the cooler. Enjoy!
Alumni & Donors Page
Make a Gift
Update your contact information and tell us your story. We're so excited to hear from you!
Update Your Contact Information
Your course will be available on the first day of class and you will need to log-in to your course(s) by the end of the third day of class (first day preferred).
Go to and bookmark My Hawkeye.
Enter your Hawkeye username and password.
Once you are logged in to My Hawkeye, click on the "My Canvas" tab on the right hand side of the page. Your courses will be listed here.
You can access your syllabus in the Resource tab once your instructor makes it available. Read through the syllabus thoroughly for instructor contact information, course information, and assignments, one of which may be a required initial email when class starts.
Check for course policies and guidelines set by the instructor. Make sure you understand them, if not, contact your instructor for clarification. Be sure to follow the course policies and guidelines throughout the course.
Check to see if you need to access or install any software applications that will be used during your online course.
If you have questions about how to use Canvas, Hawkeye's online learning management system, click on the Question (?) button on the left-hand side of the navigation panel for the student tutorial resource.
Not attending class is not considered a form of withdrawal and you will still be responsible for paying the tuition and fees for those courses. Non-attendance may affect your financial aid.
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