Hawkeye, AP, & UNI Classes
Hawkeye Community College Classes
- Taught at Don Bosco: Western Civ II and III
- Concurrent online options include Composition I, Composition II, Fundamentals of Oral Communication, Western Civ I, Western Civ II, Western Civ III, US History Since 1877, US History to 1877, Statistics, Math for Liberal Arts, Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology II, Intro to Business, Sports Marketing, Including Diverse Learners, Early Childhood Curriculum, Early Childhood Guidance, Exploring PK-12 Education, Foundations of Education, Intro to Health Professions, Medical Terminology, Multicultural Education, Principles of Marketing, Principles of Retailing, Principles of Selling,
- This list may change.
- You are required to purchase your own textbooks or course materials for online classes. The Hawkeye Bookstore is a great option for purchases and rentals.
- Please don’t hesitate to contact the High School Relations Office at 319-296-4038 or highschoolrelations@
hawkeycollege.edu if you have any questions.
- How will my Hawkeye credits transfer to UNI, Iowa State, or the University of Iowa?
- To take Hawkeye classes you will need to set up a My Hawkeye Account. Scroll down to the bottom of this page for directions.
Advanced Placement Classes
- Taught Don Bosco teachers: AP US History, AP US Government, AP Composition & Literature
- At Waterloo East and West High Schools
- Online through the University of Iowa Belin-Blank Center
PSEO (Post-Seccondary Education Opportunity) UNI Classes
- May be online or on the UNI campus.
- Typical classes available are Religions of the World, Intro to Sociology, Human Origins, Middle East, Africa, Astronomy, etc.
- This PSEO course request form needs to be returned to Sherice Ortman.
- Students must also apply for admission to UNI.
Requirements for taking college-level classes
- Proficiency requirements to take Non-Career Ct College classes (see page 11)
- ACT or Accuplacer Test Scores are required for some courses including Composition & Statistics
If you are taking college-level courses while at Don Bosco, use these resources to see how they may transfer.
- We suggest you use this link to determine how Hawkeye courses transfer to UNI. UNI updated their General Education requirements in the summer of 2022.
- You may find these documents helpful in determining how Hawkeye credits transfer to Iowa State and the University of Iowa.
- Transfer in Iowa is another resource to see how community college/college credits transfer to our three state universities.
Create a "My Hawkeye" Account
Use Google Chrome to create your account. The process does not work in Safari.
- Your Hawkeye Username
- Your username is your legal firstname.lastname. Example: robert.doe
- Your Hawkeye Password
- Your initial password is Hawkeye and your birthday in six digits. Example: HawkeyeMMDDYY
- Once you are logged in you will need to change your password.
- Answer the Questions
- As you answer keep pressing Next to get to next screen.
- If the system asks to verify payment, go ahead and choose yes, as high school students are not billed. The bill will go to Don Bosco.
- Arrive at your My Hawkeye Screen
- Icons on left side of screen will access your email and Canvas where your classes are listed
If you are having difficulty logging in, call to ask for a password reset. Be prepared to answer a few identification confirmation questions.
- Student Tutoring and Computer Lab weekdays until 4:30 pm at 319-296-4029.
- Hawkeye Library weekday evenings and on Sundays at 319-296-4006. Library hours