Registration is Underway for Spring Classes at Hawkeye Community College
By: Public Relations and Marketing
Date Published: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
WATERLOO—Registration is underway for Spring Semester classes which begin the week of January 14 at Hawkeye Community College. Hawkeye offers convenient classes, affordable tuition, and financial aid assistance for qualifying students. The college offers 16 and 8-week classes, 5-week accelerated classes, and online classes. Popular hybrid classes are also available. Hybrid classes are also known as blended learning classes with approximately 50% of the course online and 50% taught in a traditional classroom with an instructor.
Hawkeye students can begin a high-demand career in as little as one year. Choose from a variety of programs such as Agricultural Business Management, Animal Science, Horticulture Science, Accounting, Executive Assistant, Human Resource Management, Legal Office Assistant, Marketing Management, Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology, Police Science, Automotive Technology, and Truck Driving and Transportation Training.
Welding and CNC are both high-demand careers in the Cedar Valley. The college offers options that include a Welding diploma and a CNC Operator certificate in the evening. Participants can earn a certificate in as little as six months. According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of welders is expected to grow by 15% in the next 10 years. Properly trained welders and CNC operators with up-to-date training will most likely have the best job prospects.
The college offers Liberal Arts programs that can be completed entirely in the evening which include Education Emphasis for Transfer, Early Childhood Education, and Business Administration. Students can take two years of classes at Hawkeye and then transfer those credits to a four-year college and complete the Bachelor’s degree in two additional years.
Full-time students may apply online or in the Admissions office on the main campus, located at 1501 East Orange Road, Waterloo. Students enrolling for less than 12 hours can call 319-296-2460 to register. Many services are available online on the college’s website at www.hawkeyecollege.edu.
The college schedules classes at convenient times and in locations to fit many lifestyles. Courses are available for full or part-time study at many centers in the area including on the main campus, Metro Center, Cedar Falls Center, Independence Center, Waverly Outreach Center, Western Outreach Center (located in Grundy County), and the Martin Luther King Jr. Center. Full schedules of courses offered by Hawkeye Community College are available at www.hawkeyecollege.edu/go/credit-courses.
For more information on programs at Hawkeye Community College, visit www.hawkeyecollege.edu or call 319-296-4000.