Kishwaukee College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
sex, disability, religion, sexual orientation or age in educational programs, activities
and services or employment practices, including career and technical educational (CTE)
opportunities. The lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission
and participation in CTE programs.
This form is to report your observation or concern for a student exhibiting academic
difficulty, excessive absences from class, financial issues, injury/illness, personal
wellness, unusual behavior or other issues requiring attention.
This form should be used to submit a formal student complaint when a student or student
representative has a written concern or charge of dissatisfaction with a person, service
or process at the College. Student Complaint Procedure.
Students should always first attempt to resolve issues through an informal process
with the faculty or staff person involved.
When appropriate the student is encouraged to talk directly to the faculty or staff
member prompting the complaint in an effort to resolve the issue.
If the student prefers to talk to someone other than the direct faculty or staff member
involved, they are encouraged to present the complaint to their assigned academic
advisor/counselor or case manager. To make an appointment with assigned academic advisor
stop by the Student Services Office in C2100 or contact the office at 815-825-9375
for more information.
If a student is unable to resolve the issue informally, they can choose to file a
This form is only to be used if you have been identified as a Kishwaukee College Campus
Security Authority (CSA). The form is required to be completed by CSA’s when a student
or employee discloses that a Clery Act Crime has been committed on campus or at one
of our identified off campus locations per our identified geography.
Chase Littlefield (DeKalb HS) is currently 8-0 for the Kougars this season in the fast-paced strategy card game "Hearthstone." Kish's new Esports program is looking to build upon plenty of initial success.