Required course textbooks and digital material for Spring 2022 credit courses at Kishwaukee
College will be provided to students FREE through the College’s Textbook Loan Program.
Due to the ongoing financial challenges students are facing brought on by COVID-19,
Kish will be providing textbooks and digital materials at no charge to students enrolled
in credit classes for Spring 2022.
There are several ways to purchase materials from the Bookstore:
Online: Buy your textbooks online and use our price comparison tool. Materials can be shipped directly to you for a contact-free experience or made
available for pick-up.
In-Person: The Bookstore is open during the times listed on the Contact Us webpage. Please note, we are limiting the number of customers allowed in the store
at one time to practice safe social distancing. We highly recommend you place an order
for pick-up or delivery.
Mohammad Mustafa was seated as the new Student Trustee on the Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees at the January meeting. Mustafa will finish the term of outgoing Student Trustee Ahmed Elfaki, who graduated in December.
Kishwaukee College graduated its first class of Medical Assistant students during a pinning ceremony on Friday, Dec. 17, at the College. Kish pinned six students before family and friends as recognition for their completion of the Medical Assistant Certificate.