Kishwaukee College is committed to providing the necessary tools and resources needed
for students and staff to be successful and safe online and on campus.
Updated Executive Order/Vaccination and Testing
As of July 13, 2022, Governor Pritzker’s Executive Order has been amended. Higher
education personnel and students who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no
longer require weekly surveillance testing. Furthermore, faculty, students and staff
no longer must submit proof of vaccination.
Masking is optional on the College campus.
To report a potential exposure or positive COVID-19 test, please fill out the appropriate
Kishwaukee College graduated its second class of Medical Assistant students during a pinning ceremony earlier this month at the College. Kish pinned four students before family and friends as recognition for their completion of the Medical Assistant Certificate.
During the August 9, 2022, regularly scheduled Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees meeting, the Board unanimously voted to approve a four-year contract with the Kishwaukee College Education Association (KCEA).