Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Hawkeye has moved all instruction online through Friday, April 10. See the full announcement.

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

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Starting a Club or Organization

Hawkeye considers student clubs/organizations an important part of student development. Clubs/organizations provide students the opportunity to:

  • Interact with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Pursue special interests.
  • Learn to work effectively with others.
  • Become actively involved in extracurricular activities.
  • Gain meaningful life experiences.

Types of Student Clubs/Organizations

Professional and departmental clubs/organizations are designed for students intending to pursue interests which contribute to their chosen career field and their career development.

Membership for scholastic honorary clubs/organizations is based on academic excellence and achievement.

Service clubs/organizations are designed for students wishing to contribute to Hawkeye and/or the community.

Special interest clubs/organizations are designed for students wishing to pursue a particular interest or vocation. Examples include political clubs, club sports, multicultural clubs, etc.

Applying for Club/Organization Recognition

Official recognition of student clubs/organizations is granted by the Student Leadership Council and Student Life office.

Clubs/organizations interested in official recognition, funding, and various on-campus privileges must apply to the Student Leadership Council by submitting the following completed forms:

  1. Advisor Agreement form [pdf]
  2. Approval and Roster Form [pdf]
  3. A proposed constitution, including the purpose, requirements of membership, organizational structure and proposed objectives or activities. See sample constitution [pdf].

Club/Organization Approval Process

  1. The Student Leadership Council will review the application materials and vote on the recognition of the proposed club/organization.

  2. The designated group advisor will be notified when the Student Leadership Council will vote on your club/organization proposal. You must send a representative from your club/organization to this meeting to answer questions relating to the establishment of the club/organization and its purpose.

  3. All approved clubs/organizations must develop a club/organization web page on the Hawkeye website. Contact the webmaster with the following information:

    • Description of the club/organization, goals, and what the club does.
    • Advisor contact info including name, phone, email, office location.
    • Meeting Information including date, time, location of at least the first meeting of the semester.

    You can also add:

    • Student Leadership such as president, vice president, etc.
    • Photos
    • Past and/or upcoming activities and events
    • How to join
    • Student work

    Example club/organization web page.

    The Hawkeye Community College associate director of student life reserves the right to amend any information not consistent with the mission of the college.

Clubs/organizations must understand and follow the rules, requirements, and policies established by the Student Leadership Council and Student Life office.

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Spring Break Hours

The Brock Student Center will be closed during Spring Break.

Regular Hours — Spring 2020

Monday–Thursday 7:30am–5:30pm
Friday 7:30am–3:30pm

If campus is closed, the Brock Student Center is also closed. This includes weather-related closings. See the Academic Calendar for scheduled college closings.

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