Campus Master Plan
Kishwaukee College has developed a long-term Campus Master Plan. The Master Plan was created by a steering committee with input from College employees, external community members, organizations, and businesses. By tapping into the needs and wants of the community the College has reestablished its commitment to district residents with a plan that will serve the needs of the entire community for the next 20 years. The plan was officially adopted by the Board of Trustees in April 2010.
With the passage of a referendum in November 2010, the College will be implementing elements of the Master Plan that include increasing instructional space, enhancing services to students, and addressing campus safety issues.
On March 28, 2011 the Board of Trustees approved the selection of subcontractors to begin site infrastructure work. This includes site grading and the burying of underground utilities. It also includes the construction of the ring road and a brand new parking lot located southwest of the Caukin Building. Heavy equipment has already begun to appear on campus, and the construction of a Route 38 construction entrance has already begun.
For information on specific projects, please use navigation on the left.
View a set of aerial photos from the construction.