Have you been thinking about continuing your education beyond high school but not sure where to start? Here is some help from UNI-CUE and Hawkeye Community College.
Join them for a free meal and an informational forum!
Date: Thursday November 21, 2019
Location: Van G. Miller Adult Learning Center located at 120 Jefferson Street in downtown Waterloo (across from Cedar Valley SportsPlex)
Contact: Rhonda McRina, HCC Director of Diversity and Inclusion, (319) 296-4463,
Adult learners (19 years and older) who are new to the college experience and interested in enrolling in an eligible program full-time or part-time.
Adult returning students who may have started college at Hawkeye but did not
finish. We will help you figure out what it will take to finish your degree.
Adults from underrepresented populations. Come learn about the many high demand career programs offered at Hawkeye Community College and the college admissions process. EOC counselors from will provide important information about the financial aid process and scholarship opportunities. We will also address barriers for those wanting to return to college but may be facing difficulties (i.e. defaulted federal student loans, previous suspensions, etc…). General information about federal student loans will also be discussed.
Sponsored by UNI-CUE and HCC Office of Diversity and Inclusion, in partnership with EOC and
Waterloo Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc