Monthly Archive:: October 2016

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Military and Veterans Services at Hawkeye

1 Full-Time Coordinator. Robin Knight provides programming and veteran-related services and advocates for military-connected students on college policy, practice, and procedures. She is the primary point of contact to support the students in education benefits and service referrals.

STEM @ Hawkeye

Hawkeye’s mobile learning lab is helping K-12 students get excited about science, technology, engineering, and math. Science. Technology. Engineering. Math. Together they form STEM, a phrase that is heard more and more in schools and businesses across

Tips for Returning Adult Students

As daunting as it may sometimes seem, going back to college is easier than many people believe. We understand that the transition into college isn’t the same for everyone and that for some people there might be

Student Spotlight: Courtney Foulk

Courtney Foulk had worked in healthcare for years, but when a company restructure left her without a job, she decided to reevaluate her career path. Her first stop was Hawkeye Community College. “I sat down with the

Quiz: Test Your Hawkeye Knowledge

Hawkeye Community College has been connecting the community with the education and training for 50 years. How much do you know about Hawkeye’s five-decade history in the Cedar Valley? Complete this five-question quiz at and be

The 50 Hours for 50 Years Challenge

Volunteer efforts have lasting impact on students and their communities Hawkeye Community College was founded 50 years ago to serve the needs of the community. The founding principle was “teach for the future,” and it focused on

Student Spotlight: Dominic Lazum

For Dominic Lazum, racking up 50 hours of community service isn’t hard. The Waterloo Columbus grad is always busy helping others. “I like helping people,” said Lazum, a student in the Liberal Arts Transfer program. “It’s one