2 Degrees in 3 Years is a unique program demonstrating how students can earn an associate
degree and bachelor’s degree in only three years after high school.
Two Degrees, Three Years
Why 2 Degrees in 3 Years?
By optimizing your coursework in your junior and senior years in high school, you
can put yourself on a path to complete your undergraduate education in record time.
High school students who earn college credit while still in high school can benefit
from several different advantages:
Lessen your time to degree completion by maximizing your high school years.
Experience college work while in high school. Recent findings from the American Institute for Research indicate that high school students who take college courses while in high school
are more likely to earn a college degree.
Explore college courses, helping you to choose a college major before graduating from high school.
Enter your profession and start earning money quickly by completing your education sooner.
Save more than $22,000* while earning your associate and bachelor’s degrees.
2 Degrees in 3 Years Planners
Through strategic planning, students can graduate from high school, attend Kish and
transfer to a four-year institution to complete their bachelor’s degree within three
years of high school. Planners outline college courses available at each area high
school. Students may need to take summer, online or evening classes to complete.
Kish offers a seamless transfer to the next step in your educational journey. Our
academic pathways match the classes you will need to transfer to a four-year college
or university post-Kish. Our skilled advisors and counselors will help make any four-year
transition as easy as possible. Planners are available for a variety of programs or
Dale Giebel was seated as the new Student Trustee on the Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees at the April meeting. Giebel was elected by his peers to the position and took over the role of outgoing Student Trustee Mohammad Mustafa.
Kenneth C. Mundy committed a lifetime of service to the city of Sycamore, the surrounding community and his country. For all his efforts, Mundy was posthumously awarded the John C. Roberts Community Service Award at Kishwaukee College’s Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday.