COVID-19 Campus Updates and Resources: Wearing a face mask and practicing physical distancing are required. Visit our Stay Healthy, Stay Safe. Navigating COVID-19 Together website for more information.

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.

Start at Hawkeye. Transfer Anywhere.

If you are interested in earning your four-year degree, but aren't certain if this is the right time for you. You are not alone.

Consider starting your degree or taking some classes at Hawkeye.

Hawkeye’s classes transfer to four-year universities allowing you to earn college credits towards your bachelor’s degree. Hawkeye offers a variety of class formats including face-to-face classes, hybrid, and online.

Known for its personalized education, Hawkeye’s classes average class size is 13 and faculty know their students by name.

Hawkeye makes college education affordable and students save thousands of dollars — more than $7,500 when they complete the first two years of their four-year degree. And, you can save even more if you choose to live at home.

Hawkeye has put into place many efforts to help keep you safe and healthy while on campus. From classroom, lab, and office modifications for physical distancing and enhanced cleaning to requiring everyone on campus to wear a face covering, your health and safety are our top priority.

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