We’ve heard from many students who aren’t satisfied with how the fall semester at their four-year college is going. They went to a big university hoping for the “campus experience,” but ended up paying a lot of money to sit in a dorm room and take classes online.
They all have the same question, “If I’m not getting the university experience, why should I pay the university price tag?”
There’s a way to take time off from the university while staying on track to earn a four-year degree, saving thousands of dollars along the way. It begins with general education classes at Hawkeye Community College.
The Hawkeye Advantage
There are many advantages of earning transfer credits at Hawkeye including:
Quality education: Classes are taught by dedicated faculty with real-world experience. Hawkeye has articulation agreements and university partnerships to make transfer easy.
Affordable tuition: Pay nearly $375 less per credit hour compared to a nearby large university.
New Scholarships: The We Support Scholarships* for up to $500 for full-time or part-time students enrolling in spring 2021 to assist in paying for tuition and fees.
Flexible class options: Face-to-face and hybrid classes are available on campus, or stay close to home and take online classes for a fraction of the cost at a university.
Find out for yourself why 96% of students recommend Hawkeye to friends and family.
*This scholarship does not replace any existing scholarship awards or federal/state aid and cannot exceed total tuition costs. Students must enroll in a minimum of six credits for the spring semester to qualify.
Want to Learn More?
Connect with a representative from Hawkeye Community College to learn more about earning transfer credits from Hawkeye.