Security & Miscellaneous Regulations
In order to maintain a safe campus environment and to be in compliance with section 485 of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, known as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Act; and the State of Illinois Campus Security Act (Public Act 88-629), Kishwaukee College publishes this Annual Security Report on security policies, procedures, and campus crime statistics for 2010-2012.
Kishwaukee College Annual Security Report
July 1, 2013
- Kishwaukee College Campus Security Policy/Procedures
- Kishwaukee College Alcohol Use and Substance Abuse Policy
- Security Programs for Students and Employees
- State of Illinois Campus Security Act
- Kishwaukee College Campus Crime Statistics
A hard copy of the Annual Security Report which contains this current catalog section on campus security policies and procedures and also reports criminal offenses occurring on campus and at authorized off-campus activities is available from the Dean of Student Services Office, C2129.
Parking is provided on campus for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Students may park in locations that are not restricted by posted signs for other purposes. While students are not required to have a parking permit, they are expected to observe the traffic regulations contained in the Motor Vehicle Regulations booklet available in the Business Office. Faculty and staff must display a parking permit to park in staff only lots.
Reserved parking for those temporarily or permanently handicapped is permissible at those locations posted by sign. Special handicapped parking permits must be obtained from the Business Office.
The parking lots are patrolled and tickets issued to violators of parking and traffic regulations. Violators may be fined, have their vehicles towed at their expense, and be subject to the penalties established by the Traffic Board and Board of Trustees. Violators are expected to pay fines promptly or to initiate appeals. Those not paying fines will be subject to record restrictions, loss of enrollment privileges, and other sanctions.
College Identification Cards & Community Library Cards
IDs are made in the Library. A photo ID, such as a State ID or Driver's License, and established student status, such as a student schedule, are needed to obtain a College ID. There is no charge for the original card. A fee of $10.00 will be charged to replace a lost card.