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Hawkeye Community College is the flexible, affordable, local options for students looking to receive hands-on training for a high-demand career. Hawkeye students can select from more than 50 programs in healthcare, business, agriculture, advanced manufacturing, information technology, arts, and more. Courses are taught by seasoned instructors who bring real-world industry experience into the classroom. Students are also encouraged to take their learning beyond the traditional classroom setting, with opportunities for field work, internships, study abroad, and more. “We do a lot of hands-on projects with the DNR,” said Camryn Grubic, a 2019 graduate of the Natural Resources Management program. Those efforts have included trumpeter swan rehabilitation working with Department of Natural Resources biologists. “Because of Hawkeye I have a well-developed resume, with certifications and experience.” Most in-person classes average about 14 students, giving instructors the opportunity to not only know you by name, but know your goals, your struggles, and how to help you succeed. “You don’t feel like a number, you feel like somebody,” said Sydney Mahoney, a 2019 graduate of the Human Resource Management program. “I’ve made a lot of friends in my program because it’s a small group. Being able to go to them for anything is great - you get lifelong friends here.” For many students, Hawkeye is the local, affordable stepping stone to a four-year degree. Beginning the bachelor’s degree journey at Hawkeye lets students explore career paths, tackle general education courses, and avoid a university’s big classes and big price tag. “My brother recommended Hawkeye because of the direct transfer partnership with UNI,” said Allyssa Stephens, a 2019 Liberal Arts Transfer graduate from Des Moines. “The class sizes were right for me, the campus size was right for me - it’s a benefit in time and money. It’s just generally a good fit.” Hawkeye has transfer partnerships with dozens of colleges and universities in the Midwest, including the University of Iowa, the University of Northern Iowa, Iowa State University, and Upper Iowa University. On average, students completing the first two years of a four-year degree with Hawkeye save upwards of $7,478. The Liberal Arts Transfer Plan also offers flexible class options, with on campus, online, and evening courses. Hawkeye’s Transfer Majors help students select the right electives to prepare them to transfer into the major they want, with options including sociology, education, biology, business, criminal justice, political science, and more. Learn more about Hawkeye’s academic programs, as well as student activities, athletics, and more at www.hawkeyecollege.edu. Start Here, Save Thousands. Hawkeye Community College offers the lowest tuition in the Cedar Valley, with most students saving nearly $7,000 over two years. How much could you save? Use our College Tuition Savings Calculator to compare Hawkeye to four-year colleges and universities. www.hawkeyecollege.edu/save

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