Kishwaukee College is open for classes for the Fall 2021 semester. Classes will be offered in-person, online and in a hybrid format, all following CDC and Illinois Department of Public Health guidelines. The College is committed to providing the necessary tools and resources needed for students and staff to be successful and safe online and on campus.
COVID-19 Confirmed Cases
|Current Week of
September 13, 2021
August 3, 2020
Table Updated on 9/17/2021.
*The local health department or a representative from the College will reach out to all individuals who are potentially exposed to COVID-19 while on the Kishwaukee College campus.
To report a potential exposure or positive COVID-19 test, or to submit a copy of your COVID-19 vaccination card, please fill out the appropriate form.
COVID-19 Testing Sites
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Frequently asked questions and information for students, staff, faculty and visitors.
HIGHER EDUCATION EMERGENCY RELIEF FUNDING (HEERF)
Kishwaukee College has received COVID-19 relief money from the federal and state governments. Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) include CARES; GEERS; CRRSSA; and American Rescue Plan.
News & Events
Kish to open Intercultural Center, host events for National Hispanic Heritage Month
Kishwaukee College will celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with multiple events hosted by the College’s Intercultural Center in September and October. National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated nationally from September 15 to October 15 to recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans. The events at Kish are free and open to the public.Read More