During times of inclement weather, the College encourages all students, faculty and
staff to exercise caution when making individual travel decisions.
If the operational status of the College changes in the event of a closure, delayed
start or other unforeseen circumstance, the College will communicate the decision
as soon as possible.
The College uses multiple communication channels to inform the campus community. Currently
enrolled students, faculty and staff will be notified of operational changes via text
message and email through the College's Mass Notification System. Road conditions
can be monitored through the Illinois Department of Transportation.
How Kishwaukee College communicates emergencies and notifications.
Three students from Kishwaukee College’s horticulture program put their floral design skills on display at the national level during the American Institute of Floral Design (AIFD) National Symposium, held in Las Vegas.
Kishwaukee College graduated its second class of Medical Assistant students during a pinning ceremony earlier this month at the College. Kish pinned four students before family and friends as recognition for their completion of the Medical Assistant Certificate.