Hawkeye Community College
Hawkeye is a comprehensive community college offering college transfer courses and more than 81 areas of training among our 48 vocational programs. The College has earned a reputation for small, hands-on classes, utilizing cutting-edge technology. Vocational or career programs are offered in agriculture and natural resources, arts, business, education, health, industrial and engineering technology, information technology, power technology and safety services.
Hawkeye’s two-year transfer programs allow students to complete the first two years of their four-year degree and transfer to the college or university of their choice. In fact, Hawkeye is one of the top sources of transfer students to the University of Northern Iowa.
Hawkeye’s continuing education program provides many opportunities to acquire workplace skills, gain industry certifications or learn a new hobby. The College partners with businesses and community organizations to provide high-demand workforce programs and customized training.
General Information (2017-2018)
Financial Aid: 319-296-4020
|FAFSA Code: 004595
ACT Code: 1309
SAT Code: 6288
|Enrollment: 5,574||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: July 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $5,048||Estimated Books & Supplies: $1,340|
|Est. Off-Campus Room & Board: $8,054||Minimum Admission Requirement: High school diploma, GED or equivalent or assessment|
|Types of Programs: Liberal Arts, Career Technical programs|
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