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Low Risk, High Rewards

High-Tech Simulators Help Train High-Quality Healthcare Professionals Everything that happens in the Van Gerpen Patient Simulator Lab at Hawkeye Community College is focused on one thing: quality. It’s not just about the quality of the technology or

Hawkeye Community College Receives Grant to Support Truck Driving Training for Military Veterans

Hawkeye Community College is one of seven colleges across the country to receive funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration program to train current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces

Hawkeye Community College Guide to Careers

For 50 years, Hawkeye Community College has been helping thousands obtain a high-quality, affordable college education and reach their career goals. Check out Hawkeye’s more than 45 career and transfer programs to find a degree or program

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

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

Hawkeye Guide to Careers

Your Goals. Our Mission. For 50 years, Hawkeye Community College has been educating thousands in Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Butler, Buchanan, Chickasaw, Grundy, Fayette, Floyd, and Tama counties. High-quality, affordable college education that’s close to home is

Advanced Skills for Today’s Workforce

Industrial Automation Technology program prepares students for in-demand careers Manufacturing today is increasingly more advanced, with more sophisticated equipment and more technical skills needed to operate it. “It takes a skilled technician to work on equipment,” said