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Two Drones Classes Offered this week and next

Drone technology is a relatively new field and in its infant stages.  There is literally nowhere to go but up! Kishwaukee College is offering...

Kish offers variety of Continuing Ed classes

The Kishwaukee College Continuing Education department is offering a variety of classes during the late winter for community members. Classes meet at sites throughout...

KC spring registration in progress, classes begin January 16

Kishwaukee College registration for the Spring 2018 semester is currently in progress. There will be a special Saturday registration opportunity on January 13 from...

KC Adult Ed offering Bridge to Healthcare Careers in January

The Kishwaukee College Adult Education department is offering a Bridge to Healthcare Careers class designed for prepare students to take the GED/High School Equivalency...

SO, YOU’RE LEAVING THE NEST…

College is an exciting time. Meeting the roommate (fingers crossed he or she isn’t a morning person), exploring campus, dreading statistics class — there...

How to Pay for College Without Going Broke

Experienced professionals share their knowledge and expertise to guide you through action steps you can take to reduce college costs and still attend the...

KC hosting FAFSA Completion Nights for area students

The Kishwaukee Financial Aid Office will be hosting free workshops to assist local students with filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on...

Pritchard’s Perspective 10/19/2015

Observations and comments about state government by State Representative Robert W. Pritchard. October 19, 2015 In This Issue: Time to Think College Colleges are Adopting Practices...

Is My College Student Covered?

College students have a lot on their minds this time of year besides meeting back up with friends. They’re purchasing textbooks, finalizing class schedules,...

What If Someone Else Pays Off Your Student Loans?

Ed note: Congratulations on your graduation! I bet you are really excited to start paying down those student loans. No? Well, let’s daydream for...

Understanding College Financing and Student Loan Debt

Ed note: If you (or your child) are headed off to college in the fall, you may be working furiously to determine how it...

Why Your Child Might Not Need a Four-Year Degree

Ed note: We know that – on average – amount of education correlates to income. As in: more education, more money. BUT, that only...