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.
Learn More Today!
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
If you have not been attending class but wish to start attending your registered classes and enrollment verification (attendance) has been reported, you will need to complete the following steps:
Meet with your instructors to determine if you will be able to make up the coursework you missed.
If you and the instructor determine that you will not be able to make up missed coursework, you should meet with your academic advisor to determine the best course of action regarding officially withdrawing from the course. Withdrawing from your courses can affect your financial aid.
When withdrawing from a course, you must meet the drop / withdrawal deadlines to receive a tuition and fees refund.
If you and your instructor determine that you can continue the class and you want your enrollment verification (attendance) status changed, you will need to send a print-out or an email of your early alert grades to the Financial Aid office.
If you are taking a 16-week course, early alert grades are available, starting the sixth week of the semester, in My Hawkeye > Self-Service Menu > WebAdvisor for Students > Academic Profile > Early Alert Grades & Enrollment Report.
For non-16-week courses and summer courses, you will need to ask your instructor to send an email to the Financial Aid office stating that you are attending after the mid-point of the course.
After you have completed steps 1 and 2 above and you have been reported as attending, the Financial Aid office will notify the Registration office to update your enrollment verification (attendance) code.
Hawkeye Center 118
Send a chat message
Text 66746 and start your question with hawkeyeaid
More info on this service
Hawkeye Community College Main Campus1501 East Orange Road, P.O. Box 8015Waterloo, IA 50704-8015319-296-2320 | 1-800-670-4769
Copyright © 2017. Hawkeye Community College. All Rights Reserved.
Maintained by Public Relations and MarketingSite by Spinutech