Next year's budget for Black Hawk College will look very much like this year's. Monday night, the board of trustees held a public hearing, with final approval expected in June, for the fiscal year beginning July lst.
A strike at Black Hawk College could start as soon as next week. Monday leaders of the union representing faculty and professional staff gave formal notice to the college that they intend to set up picket lines next Monday (4/2).
After increasing for several years in a row, tuition at Black Hawk College will stay the same next year. Thursday night the board of trustees approved a staff recommendation to keep the in-district rate at 149 dollars per credit hour.
After several years of increases, the cost of attending Black Hawk College may hold steady next year. Thursday night the board of trustees will consider a recommendation to keep tuition at its current level for in-district students - at 149 dollars per credit hour.
Trustees of Black Hawk College are looking for two new presidents - not just one. Monday night, the board talked about a timeline for selecting an interim president and a possible longer-term timeline for replacing current President Bettie Truitt.