Kishwaukee College, in cooperation with Voluntary Action Center (VAC), will add a Sycamore bus route in the Fall 2018 Semester. This trustworthy, cost-effective service buses students from various pick up locations in Sycamore to Kishwaukee College and back. Pass packages cost $150 per Fall or Spring semester and $105 for the Summer Semester.
“Kishwaukee College is excited to offer additional support to students,” said Nancy Partch, Dean of Student Services. She continued, “We’ve been working with VAC to develop this route and now we can offer cost-efficient, reliable transportation for our students who live in Sycamore.”
The Sycamore-Kish bus route will run Monday to Friday, from 8 am-4 pm, during the Fall and Spring Semesters and Monday to Thursday, from 8 am-2:30 pm during the Summer Semester. The route is in service from the first to last day of all academic terms and shut down during college holidays and breaks. Kish pass holders will also be able to ride the Sycamore Blue Line or the DeKalb Green line for free with their Kish Bus Pass.
Pass packages for the Fall and Spring Semesters may be purchased in the Kishwaukee College Business Office.
For route information on transportation at Kish, visit: https://www.kish.edu/services-additional-services/public-transportation