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Plans New Campus
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This is the proposed 20-year master plan for development
of the Black Hawk College campus. The four buildings included
in the 10-year planning which is now in progress are: lj the
library-classroom-administration building, lower center, 25 fine
arts building, lower right, 35 student center and gymnasium,
upper center, and 45 science and technology building, just left
of the administration building. The three other structures show
where buildings could be added when future expansion becomes
necessary. North is to the right in this picture.
Costs of the new campus are set at ten million dollars and
it is anticipated that State and Federal grants will pay for
seventy-five percent of this figure.
A little less than half of the approximately one-hundred
and five acres of land was donated and the balance was pur-
chased by the College.
Ten acres of parking area will provide space for about
twelve- hundred cars.
lt is estimated that no two buildings will be more than
seven minutes walking distance apart. Footbridges over a small
creek across campus will add to the short time of traveling
from building to building.
. Hopes are that this new campus will be completed by the
fall of 1968.
Boundary disputes between Moline and East Moline were
settled this spring which allowed final decisions on utilities to
The Black Hawk Board approved a twenty-year develop-
ment plan. The projected enrollment for 1975 is between five
thousand and six thousand students with full-time day student
population set at three thousand. By 1985 the College expects
an' enrollment of seven thousand to nine thousand with five
thousand full-time day students.
This continual growth has placed Black Hawk among the
largest junior colleges in the state.
This land located north of John Deere Road in the southeast
bluff area of Moline promises to be an important cultural addi-
tion to the Bock River Valley.
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