August 22, 2016

Kishwaukee College is looking forward to another great academic year. To prepare for the year, staff & faculty will be attending a Fall In-service on Wednesday, August 24, from 8-1 pm.

The following offices will be open, but will have reduced services during this time: Admissions, Registration & Records; Assistive Resources Center; Counseling; Testing Services and the Bookstore.

The Business Office will be closed from 9-1 pm; tuition payments may be made online or dropped in the payment box outside the Business Office.

The Financial Aid office will be closed; students can drop off any documentation to the Admissions office.

Get Involved!

Student experience & activities for everyone
Speech Debate Team March 2016

Finding What Fits

Jamiah came to Kish as a business major with an art hobby, but all that changed when he took his first art class.
Jamiah Calvin

It's Electrifying

Get workplace ready in contemporary labs and shops
Jaime Briner and Susanna Eschbach in their ELE 102 class

Pre-Professional Preparation

Joyce Woo took the classes she needed to transfer successfully and become a physician.
Joyce Woo

Faculty with Experience and Expertise

Sharing knowledge in the classrooms and in the state
Faculty Members


Charles Raimondi

Charles Raimondi is beginning his third year at Kish and has shifted the program into being more responsive to the needs of local business and industry.

Nadine Franklin, Theatre instructor and resident director at Kishwaukee College, has announced audition dates for the College’s fall production of Love Letters by A. R. Gurney.

Kishwaukee College Continuing Education is offering a free information session on September 8 for community residents to learn more about the Personal Fitness Trainer program.


Monday, August 29, 2016 - 1:00am
Monday, September 5, 2016 - 1:00am
Friday, October 21, 2016 - 1:00am
Wednesday, November 23, 2016 - 1:00am

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Big Learning, Small Classes

Kishwaukee College among top 150 US community colleges.

College Starts Here

35% of university students began at a community college.
College Starts Here

Community Leaders Get It

Kish praised for being an integral partner and resource.
Business and Community