Kish has many ways for students to get involved, have fun, and graduate with valuable
life skills. Our clubs and organizations offer plenty of opportunities to explore
your interests, develop leadership skills and stay fit.
Whatever your interests, you’ll be sure to find other students who share in them at
Kish. Our student clubs and organizations focus on topics like shared fields of study, service and volunteerism, social consciousness,
the arts, hobbies, games, and more. There are so many great groups to get involved
in, but if there’s a special interest you’d like to pursue, maybe you’ll start a club
or organization of your own!
If that’s not enough to fill your calendar, we’re just getting started! Kishwaukee
hosts many fun and interesting events throughout the year. If you want to be a team
player, you’ve got to check out our athletics program. Our Kishwaukee College Kougars strive for excellence together through a wide array
of NJCAA sanctioned sports.
With all these great options, the only thing you’ll never do at Kishwaukee is get
Student Trustee Election
Want to represent your peers as the voice of the Kishwaukee College student body?
The Student Trustee represents Kishwaukee students on the College’s Board of Trustees.
The Illinois Community College Act provides that each Illinois Community College shall
elect one student to the Board for a one-year term. The Student Trustee attends board
meetings each month and has an advisory vote on all action items. The vote for the
Student Trustee position takes place every April during Student Government Elections.
The elected representative will report to their first meeting in May.
Interested in running for office? Review the posted application to learn more about or to apply for the position.
Kishwaukee College announced its 2021 Awards of Excellence recipients. The Board of Trustees sponsors the annual Awards of Excellence program to recognize outstanding employees and their contributions to the College. Community members, college personnel, students and alumni submitted nominations in five categories: Full-Time Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, Support Staff, Professional Staff and Part-Time Staff.
The Kishwaukee College Floral Design department hosted guest designer Trisha Locke AIFD CFD ICPF on Tuesday, March 30, as part of the Artist In Residence (AIR) program offered through the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD).