Kishwaukee College has a variety of grants available to students, which can provide
support services like mileage, internet reimbursement, textbook loans and more.
Perkins grants serve students enrolled in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
While Perkins' primary focus is nontraditional students, other ways to qualify include,
but are not limited to, Pell/MAP recipients, single parent/pregnant students, and
PATH grants serve students enrolled in health science programs, such as pharmacy technician,
basic nursing assisting, phlebotomy technician, sterile processing technician and
more. Ways to qualify for this grant include, but aren't limited to, Pell/MAP recipients,
single parent/pregnant students, and unemployed individuals.
The Early Childhood Access Consortium for Equity (ECACE) grant serves students who
have worked or are currently working in early childhood education (ECE) and are also
enrolled in the ECE program. Ways to qualify for this grant include, but aren't limited
to, Pell/MAP recipients, single parent/pregnant students, and unemployed individuals.
The Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees voted to certify the College’s 2022 tax levy at its November meeting at a level that will continue a ten-year trend of lower Kishwaukee College real estate tax rates for residents and businesses within the Kishwaukee College district, which encompasses parts of DeKalb, Ogle, Lee, Boone, Kane, Winnebago and La Salle counties.
Kishwaukee College was awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for the College’s comprehensive financial report for the Fiscal Year 2021.