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Beginning November 16, most lecture-based classes are moved to an online format through the end of the semester. See full announcement
Attention MET Transit riders: MET Transit has made some adjustments to Route 10 Hawkeye due to COVID-19. In order to get a ride to or from Hawkeye Community College you will need to contact Dispatch. See full announcement.
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Hawkeye's new Trapshooting Team concluded its fall season November 15, including a second place finish for one Hawkeye student.
Hawkeye student Keenan Gienau spoke about his late father, 2nd Lt. Brian Gienau, during the Veterans Day Ceremony on campus November 11.
Hawkeye hosted more than 2,000 Cedar Valley 8th graders for a STEM Career Fair Nov. 6-7, 2014.
Hawkeye hosted the regional meeting of truck driving educators, professionals October 15-16, 2014.
The Grout Museum, in partnership with Hawkeye Community College's professional photography program, is showcasing "Portraits of Iowa" now through April 18, 2015.
Ninth grade students tour local companies for National Manufacturing Day.
ELL volunteer Maureen Murphy and Hawkeye student Ryan Doland received the Mayors' Volunteer Award.
Hawkeye student Jeremy Minnier and former mayor of Aredale, Iowa, spoke at an event for the Cedar Valley Leadership Institute.