Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Hawkeye will continue in an online format for course instruction and services for the remainder of the semester. See the full announcement.

Buildings are closed. Faculty and staff are working remotely and can be reached via email or phone.

We are updating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information web page as soon as new information is available. Students, faculty, and staff will also receive notifications via their Hawkeye email and the Hawkeye Alert. If you have any questions, please email preparedness.response@hawkeyecollege.edu.

Hawkeye Community College Moves to Online Learning March 23 – April 12

posted on Monday, March 16, 2020 in  College News

On-Campus Events, Activities Cancelled Through April 12

WATERLOO — Hawkeye Community College will cancel in-person classes and transition to online instruction beginning Monday, March 23, through Sunday, April 12, with all on-campus events cancelled during this time.

“Hawkeye’s top priority is the safety and well-being of our students and employees,” said Dr. Todd Holcomb, college president.

On Sunday, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced the first community spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Iowa. Gov. Reynolds recommended all Iowa schools to close for four weeks to help slow the spread, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines recommending the cancellation of activities with 50 or more people.

There are no classes this week (March 16-20) due to Spring Break. Additional information will be sent to students in the coming days related to this transition and resources available. For the latest information, visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information web page .

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