Too many people feel that a community college will offer a sub par education compared to a four year university. The teaching staff here is excellent and I know that I am getting the same education as my friends at large universities. If anything, Black Hawk offers even more than a large university because of the opportunities for one on one time with professors. The only downside is the smaller number and decreased variety of classes offered here. But, this isn't a problem for people who just want to take take core or introductory classes.
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At first I was afraid of attending Black Hawk College because I heard many rumors of it being a school that didn't teach well. I have gone for a year now and I have had no problems with it. The college is very well organized and the teachers are friendly and know what they're doing.» Read More
It is a wonderful place to take your first steps into the college world. The campus can be a little difficult at first but you have help always right around a corner. I don't think I have ever had a problem with asking for advice or help with any matter while attending BHC.» Read More
Black Hawk College was a backpack community college for local high school graduates and older adults looking to further their education. Many students that attend Black Hawk have part-time or full-time jobs, or are attending classes for their job. The teaching staff is hands-on and interested in their students for the most part, with the exception of a few bad apples that can make balancing school and work very difficult.» Read More