Hawkeye Community College
- The mission of Hawkeye Community College is a globally informed community of successful lifelong learners.
- Enrollment: 5,112 students
- In-state tuition: $159
- Out-state tuition: $176
- Student:teacher ratio: 10:1
- Minority enrollment: 19%
- Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
Anime and Manga, Art & Literature, BASIC - Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Business Professionals of America, Criminal Justice, Drama, Education, EMS, ETC., Financial Literacy, Gamers, Horticulture, International Student Organization, LGBTA, ManUp - Men in Nursing, Multicultural Student Organization, Natural Resources, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Phi Theta Kappa, Photography, Respiratory Care, Russian, Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM), Student Ambassadors, Student American Dental Hygienists Association (SADHA), Student Leadership Council, Student Nurses Association, Student Veterans of America, Web Development
Recreational Athletic Programs:
Badminton, Bags, Basketball, Dodgeball, Football, Table Tennis, Volleyball
- In 1992, Hawkeye became a comprehensive community college with the addition of arts and sciences to the curriculum. In July 1993, the name was officially changed to Hawkeye Community College. Hawkeye Community College has graduated more than 30,000 credit students since July 1, 1966. In addition, we have had more than 725,000 registrations in Continuing Education programs. The College is growing and expanding its educational programs and services to people. Four metro area sites house credit and continuing education programs: the 320-acre main campus at 1501 East Orange Road, in south Waterloo; the Metro Campus at 844 West 4th Street, Waterloo; the Center for Business and Industry, 5330 Nordic Drive, Cedar Falls; and the Martin Luther King Jr., Center, 515 Beech Street, Waterloo. In addition, classes and services are offered throughout Area VII (Workforce Development). Hawkeye Community College offers more than 45 academic programs and options and the latest in technology, training facilities, and innovative learning options. Hawkeye supports and cooperates with public school districts in promoting and conducting continuing education programs, distance learning courses over the Hawkeye Telecommunications System, and other classes and programs. Hawkeye Community College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does Hawkeye Community College cost?
Hawkeye Community College's tuition is approximately $159 for In-State students and $176 for Out-State students.
What sports does Hawkeye Community College offer?
Hawkeye Community College offers 1 interscholastic sports: Marksmanship.