Mar. 26, 2021 - Rock County Public Health Department Announces Changes to the COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Process
Rock County Public Health Department announces that they will be removing the vaccine registration forms from their website effective today. After a review of the new vaccine registration systems that are now in place, it has been determined that these forms may delay the vaccination process. Anyone who has already signed up with the Rock County Public Health Department, but has not been contacted, will still be matched with a provider and contacted when appointments are available. The Rock County Vaccine hotline will still be available at (608) 352-6727 for anyone who has questions about how to connect with a local vaccine provider. Read the full release here.
Feb. 22, 2021 - College Update from Dr. Pierner
With temperatures rising and Spring right around the corner, there are a few changes in store for BTC. Our community has continued to see a decrease in COVID-19 infections, and at this time, we have not experienced any community spread on campus. Since the beginning of the pandemic, our continued safety and continuity of operations are due to everyone’s ability and willingness to adhere to BTC’s safety protocols. Read the full update here.
Feb. 1, 2021 - Changes to the COVID-19 Testing Site at BTC
Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 3, the community-wide testing site at BTC will transition from a drive-thru process to an indoor walk-in site. Testing will occur in Lot H (adjacent to the tented area) to ensure that testing can continue regardless of inclement weather.Read the full story here.
Jan. 7, 2021 - CARES - Higher Ed Grant Report
The quarterly expenditure report is now available. Read more about the CARES Grant at BTC and the report here.
Oct. 19, 2020 - BTC Launches Additional COVID-19 Precautions
COVID-19 rates continue to rise in Wisconsin, and closer to home, infection rates continue to increase in Rock County. Blackhawk Technical College started planning for the pandemic in late-February and was quick to implement additional safety protocols. The College has been diligent in its efforts to keep its students and employees safe. Those efforts will be increased in the days ahead to include offering flu shot clinics for students and employees, steps to enhance safety at all locations, and implementing testing options at its Central Campus in Janesville. Read the full story here.