Kishwaukee College is open for classes for the Spring 2021 semester. The current
plan is to offer the majority of classes online, with some lab and career and technical
education courses on campus 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 be successful, and safe, online and on campus.
COVID-19 Confirmed Cases
Current Week of June 14, 2021
Cumulative Since August 3, 2020
Table Updated on 6/18/2021.
*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
View communications to faculty, staff and students regarding COVID-19 updates to College
The Kishwaukee College Foundation welcomed new members to its Board of Directors while bidding farewell to outgoing members during their May annual meeting. Geri-Dee Hayden, T.J. Irving and Jackee Ohlinger retired from their positions on the Board of Directors upon completion of their terms.
Kishwaukee College is committed to supporting a strong regional workforce by creating partnerships with local businesses, which in turn provides opportunities for students and job seekers in our communities.