Take advantage of free textbooks, childcare and transportation this Fall at Kish.
Apply to Kish
Welcome! We’re so glad that you want to be a part of the Kishwaukee community. To
submit your application, simply fill out the online Student Information Form by following
the steps on each page.
Apply to Kish
Kishwaukee College has an "open door" admission policy and is open to all in-district
residents of the Community College District 523. All new students, including dual credit and students who have been inactive for
two years or more, should complete the Student Information Form.
Registering for classes at Kishwaukee College is easy. Just follow the simple step-by-step
If you are a former Kishwaukee College student that has attended within the past two
years, your records are still in the system, and you can continue to Step 2. If it
has been MORE THAN two years since last attending Kishwaukee College, then start at
Please fill out each section of the Student Information Form* using your most current information. After the completion of the form, you will
receive a message with more information. Please allow 2-3 business days for processing.
There is no fee required to submit the Student Information Form.
If you need more information or are having trouble with the online application, reach
out to our friendly staff at 815-825-9375 or email@example.com and we will be happy to help.
Official transcripts from high school, GED, military and/or any former colleges or
universities can be submitted to Student Services C2100 to complete the admission
process. Visiting students only need to submit unofficial transcripts if needed for
prerequisite proof and the Request for Prerequisite Evaluation form.
*We will ask for your Social Security number as part of the application process. This
is required to process your application in conjunction with financial aid, as well
as for our compliance with state and federal regulations. Rest assured, our systems
are safe and secure.
Access your student email, online learning environment, college announcements and
self-service at kish.edu/mykc.
Select “Setup or change your KishID account” by using your Student ID/username located
on your welcome letter.
Have you already activated your account but can’t find your password? The College
cannot retrieve your passcode. However, you can call the Help Desk at 815-825-9888 to reset your account.
Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.ed.gov (the Kishwaukee College School code is 007684).
Visiting students only need to submit unofficial transcripts.
Schedule an appointment with your Academic Advisor/Counselor to plan your coursework
if necessary at kish.edu/advising.
Register for classes online through your myKC self-service portal.
To receive in-district tuition rates, residency within District #523 must be established
30 days before the semester.
Contact Student Services with questions about registration or residency at firstname.lastname@example.org or 815-825-9375.
Payments must be received prior to the tuition due date, for a list of dates visit
kish.edu/importantdates. Payments can be made through the myKC self-service portal or by contacting the Business
Office at 815-825-9400.
The Kishwaukee College Continuing Education department is offering four short-term training programs during the Fall 2021 semester. Short-term programs at Kish are designed to provide students with the skills and training needed to meet local workforce demands. The programs can be completed in 16 weeks or less and allow students to immediately start a career or build upon their skills with additional training.
Kishwaukee College’s Community Education program has launched a new Agriculture Workshop Series that highlights various aspects of farming and food production. The classes will teach participants self-sustaining farming practices, which can be turned into entrepreneurial opportunities.