Hawkeye Community College Faces ‘Significant’ Losses From COVID-19 ShutdownMarch 29, 2020 |
by Andrew Wind
While students are transitioning to online classes, much of what Hawkeye Community College does outside of credit courses is falling by the wayside this spring.
A host of programs, services and events the college sponsors or holds in its buildings have already been canceled as administrators grapple with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
This will be a financially challenging time for Hawkeye, President Todd Holcomb told the board of trustees this week as it met by video conference.