Black Hawk College provides the environment and resources for individuals to become lifelong learners.
|Campus Setting:||Small city|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Associate's|
|Level of Institution:||At least 2 but less than 4 years|
No matter what the obstacle there is always a door being opened to help you along. Not just the professors are appealing but the student body is as well. If you are interested in agriculture or just your general education there are always people to help you, hang out with, or just show you around at school and in town. The environment is very student friendly.» Read More
The education may be comparable to four year universities, but the atmosphere isn't, in my opinion. It is simply too small and located in too small of a community to really give you that college experience. There are few clubs and activities, which not only leads to low student involvement on campus, but also may decrease your opportunities to receive scholarships when and if you transfer to another college. Also, since there are obviously no dorms (and therefore no roommates) it is more difficult to meet people and make friends than at a university. Still, what you need to ask yourself is if the college experience is worth going into debt for.» Read More