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.

Housing Options

Deciding where to live is as much a part of your college experience as the classes you participate in. Choosing a place to live can be a big decision. Students attending Hawkeye have several housing options near campus and throughout the Cedar Valley.

Apartments Across the Street

While Hawkeye doesn't own on-campus housing, privately-owned Hawkeye Towers apartments and Hawkeye Village apartments are merely steps away from main campus.

You can skip the hassle of driving to campus and enjoy the proximity of campus and it's amenities such as the Student Tutoring and Computer Lab, Library, Brock Student Center, and the Health Education and Services Center.

University of Northern Iowa's Residence Halls

Students also have the option to live in the residence halls at the University of Northern Iowa, a quick drive or bus ride away from main campus, and take advantage of the resources on both Hawkeye's campus and UNI's campus. This is an especially ideal option for students intending to transfer to UNI.

Check Out Other Housing Options

Check out our list of housing options near campus and throughout the Cedar Valley [pdf] and/or search the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier Property for Rent Classifieds.

Hawkeye does not endorse any specific property listed. You are responsible to inspect the property and Hawkeye disclaims any responsibility for, but not limited to, the condition of any premise, terms or any lease of any landlord, or compliance with any applicable zoning ordinances.

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