Kishwaukee College is open for classes for the Fall 2021 semester. Classes will be
offered in-person, online and in a hybrid format, all following CDC and Illinois Department
of Public Health guidelines. The College is committed to providing the necessary tools
and resources needed for students and staff to be successful and safe online and on
COVID-19 Confirmed Cases
Current Week of September 13, 2021
Cumulative Since August 3, 2020
Table Updated on 9/17/2021.
*The local health department or a representative from the College will reach out to
all individuals who are potentially exposed to COVID-19 while on the Kishwaukee College
To report a potential exposure or positive COVID-19 test, or to submit a copy of your
COVID-19 vaccination card, please fill out the appropriate form.
Kishwaukee College will offer several classes for entrepreneurs and small business owners in October and November. The courses will help develop important aspects of small business ownership and operation.
Kishwaukee College Testing Services has been recertified by the National College Testing Association (NCTA) — a leading organization in establishing standards and guidelines for testing centers and personnel.