We are excited to welcome students that have decided to continue their educational
journey at Kish. Check out the following information to make your next phase with
us smooth and successful.
Transferring Credit to Kishwaukee College
Students at KC who have transfer credit from another institution and plan to enroll
in a degree/certificate program should submit an official transcript. The official
transcripts can be sent electronically (if submitting electronically send to firstname.lastname@example.org) or submitted in a sealed envelope from the transfer institution to Student Services.
Official transcripts cannot be faxed or scanned. Evaluations may take 1-4 weeks after submission of official transcripts. An email
will be sent to your Kish Student email account after your evaluation has been completed.
Research your transfer options based on classes you have taken. Create an account,
enter your coursework, and see how your classes transfer to and from Kish.
Transfer credit must be earned at a regionally accredited institution.
Transfer credits may be awarded for 100-200-300 level courses. A maximum of 49 credits
including a maximum of 27 open elective credits will be applied toward a transfer
degree. You will be required to complete at least 15 residency hours depending on the total of transfer credits applied.
Any elective credit(s) shown as a 1XX, 2XX or 3XX on your Kish evaluation may be re-evaluated
by submitting a syllabus to the Admissions Analyst in the Student Services Office.
Kish accepts passing grades of “D” for transfer credit. However, the course may need
to be repeated for specific course prerequisites and program criteria. Please refer
to the college catalog for requirements.
Students who transfer 30 or more credits will not be required to complete the Student
Success portion of the degree requirement and will receive a waiver. However, a student
may choose to enroll in any of the Student Success courses to earn more credits in
the open elective area.
Transfer credit does not affect cumulative GPA.
Students who have taken the College Entrance Examination Board Advanced Placement
(AP) tests should have official copies of their AP test results sent to the Student
Services Office. Credit may be awarded to students who have received scores of three
or above. Advanced Placement (AP) Chart
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) provides the student an opportunity to
receive credit towards Kishwaukee College's degree and/or course requirements. Kishwaukee
College awards credit based on CLEP scores College Level Examination Program (CLEP) chart. CLEP credit will NOT be awarded for any area/course in which credit had previously
been earned/awarded, nor will CLEP credit be awarded for any course previously attempted
and not completed. For an evaluation of potential credit through CLEP, the Student
Services Office must receive an official examination report for any tests completed.
For further information on CLEP registration procedures or credit policies, contact
the Student Services Office.
Military transfer credits will be evaluated by submitting official transcripts from
Joint Services Transcript. Order online cost-free at https://jst.doded.mil. Submission of official DD-214 forms will earn a maximum of (4) Physical Education
activity credits for basic training.
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.