Get started with Robotics at Black Hawk College

Black Hawk College’s district office is located at the Quad-Cities Campus in Moline, while the East Campus is located five miles south of Kewanee. Black Hawk College serves all or part of nine counties in northwestern Illinois with a population of more than 225,000 residents. Operated as one college with two campuses and several outreach sites, Black Hawk College offers both career and transfer programs. The college also offers a wide range of special purpose and community outreach programs. Black Hawk College offers a full array of student clubs, honor societies, athletic programs and judging teams. Athletic teams compete in the NJCAA Arrowhead Conference. Black Hawk College operates within Illinois Community College District #503, an area encompassing 2,200 square miles in nine counties of northwestern Illinois (Bureau, Henderson, Henry, Knox, Marshall, Mercer, Rock Island, Stark and Whiteside). In addition to full-service campuses in Moline and near Kewanee, the college operates the Adult Learning Center in Rock Island, the Community Education Center in Kewanee, the Industrial Training Lab Extension Center in Moline, the Outreach Center in East Moline, and the Welding and Skilled Trades Center in Kewanee. The college offers a variety of career and transfer programs and serves more people than any other institution of higher education in the Quad-Cities area.

Contact Information

6600 34th Ave, Moline, Illinois 61265
(309) 796-5050

What Black Hawk College can offer you.

We are thrilled that you are interested in Black Hawk College, and we look forward to guiding you through your academic journey. Depending on your academic goals, you can enroll in a career or transfer program. It is important for you to work closely with your academic and faculty advisors to ensure your coursework plan is on the right track toward your academic goals and graduation. If your goal is a bachelor’s degree, even if you are undecided about any major, earn an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree at BHC before you transfer to a four-year school. These two-year degrees include general education courses, but are tailored to your unique transfer plans. If your goal is to get trained in a career with specific skills, take a look at our career programs. Earn either a degree (Associate in Applied Science / AAS) or a certificate. Courses generally apply directly to your career program and are, for the most part, not meant to work toward a higher degree.

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