Want to learn how to decorate a cake? Or paint with watercolors? Learn a new culture? Kaskaskia College has announced its lineup of spring 2021 community education offerings, with over 50 courses available.
In December, Kaskaskia College’s Welding Technology Professor Cory Wellen and Construction Operations Professor Pete Donnelly visited with dual credit trades classes at Central Community High School in Breese. The visit included a donation of two MIG welders and two stick welders to the CHS’s trades’ program.
Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees approve to move forward for new contract with Barnes and Noble College
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees met Monday, December 21, 2020, for its regular monthly meeting. Board members include Bill Hawley (Odin), Linda Stover (Centralia), Jim Beasley (Centralia), Bryan Holthaus (Carlyle), Laura Wedekemper (Shattuc), Louis Kalert (Centralia). Jim Mason (Breese) was absent.
While 2020 is winding down, Kaskaskia College is focused on helping students take their next steps towards a degree or certificate in 2021. KC is currently enrolling students for the spring 2021 semester and providing services such as testing, tutoring, and financial aid counseling.
The Kaskaskia Foundation is proud to announce the new John C. January Memorial Scholarship aimed at supporting KC students pursuing a degree or certificate in industrial automation, industrial electricity, industrial management, industrial technology, or welding.
Kaskaskia College’s Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) Program received full re-accreditation for ten years from the nationally recognized Commission on Accreditation for Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).
Kaskaskia College completed a regional economic impact study with Emsi, a labor market data company, to examine District 501's effect on the regional economy. KC creates a significant positive impact on the business community, plus generates a return on investment to students, taxpayers, and society.
The Kaskaskia College Office of Industrial and Continuing Education is pleased to offer an online course titled "Achieving Success with Difficult People.”Participants will learn to see things from others' viewpoints based on their needs, values, beliefs, experiences, skills, knowledge, and self-interests.
The Kaskaskia College Friends of the Fine Arts (KCFFA) organization is hosting an online holiday fundraising auction to raise money for scholarships and fine and performing arts assistance.
Kaskaskia College’s Carpentry Occupations Program received a $5,000 donation from the Southern Illinois Builders Association (SIBA).
The Kaskaskia College Friends of the Fine Arts (KCFFA) organization recently awarded six scholarships to KC art, music, and theater students totaling $7,200. Each student received supplemental funds to cover the cost of educational expenses such as tuition, fees, books, and any other pre-approved program supplies.
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees met Monday, November 23, 2020, for its regular monthly meeting. Board members include Bill Hawley (Odin), Linda Stover (Centralia), Bryan Holthaus (Carlyle), Laura Wedekemper (Shattuc), Louis Kalert (Centralia), and Jim Mason (Breese). Jim Beasley (Centralia) was absent.
KC's "12 Steps in Everyday Life" class provides a straight-forward process for anyone who seeks to experience inner peace, healthier relationships, and life purpose.
Kaskaskia College will return to fully online courses beginning Monday, November 30. The college continues to adapt and develop plans that ensure the safety of all students and staff by limiting face-to-face contact and increasing precautions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The National Junior College Athletic Association named basketball player Jalen Williams as the first National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Student-Athlete Council Representative from Kaskaskia College.