Kaskaskia College students that are aspiring actors, directors, set designers, and other theater professions now have the option of transferring to Southern Illinois University Carbondale to earn a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theater.
After a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kaskaskia College is pleased to announce that it will once again host its Enduring Freedom Veterans Day Remembrance Celebration on Wednesday, November 10, on the college’s main campus. Kaskaskia College is proud to honor the service of those men and women who have given their time and energy to the benefit of our country.
The Centralia City Council has proclaimed the month of October as Manufacturing Month that includes a pledge to continue to collaborate with Kaskaskia College to increase vocational training opportunities for students to close the skills gap.
Ready to try something new? Want to explore your creativity? Sign up today for one or more of Kaskaskia College’s November community education classes! November course offerings include:
The Kaskaskia College Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program held its 21st Annual Pinning Ceremony on Wednesday, October 6, 2021, in the Life Long Learning Center located on the main campus.
For the third time in its history, the Kaskaskia College Dairy Judging team can add the title National Champions to its name as it netted first-place honors at the International Post-Secondary Dairy Judging Contest at the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin.
Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees approves fiscal year 2022 budget and renovation of the KC Bookstore
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting on Monday, September 27, 2021, with a pre-hearing to discuss the fiscal year 2021-2022 budget. Board members included Bill Hawley (Odin), Jim Beasley (Centralia), Bryan Holthaus (Carlyle), Louis Kalert (Centralia), Laura Wedekemper (Shattuc), Jeff Brown (Greenville), and Alexis Enke (Student Trustee).
The Kaskaskia College Music Department is preparing to present its first live concerts in seventeen months.
Kaskaskia College has implemented new campus procedures regarding Illinois Governor Pritzker’s executive order that mandates all higher education institutions require students and personnel to receive the COVID-19 vaccination or provide weekly proof of testing.
Sign up today for one or more of Kaskaskia College’s October community education classes!
Our local community colleges are working hard to develop and operationalize mitigation protocols at our various campuses. Our region has for many weeks now been an area with a dangerously high transmission rate of COVID-19.
Kaskaskia College and McKendree University signed a new articulation agreement for KC graduates to transfer to McKendree and continue their bachelor's degree in music education.
Kaskaskia College’s Adult Education Program is excited to partner with The Maschhoffs, Inc. to offer English as a Second Language (ESL) tutoring to their current employees throughout the district.
Want to upgrade your cooking and baking skills? Learn how to navigate Medicare and Social Security? Or paint a barn quilt? Explore a new culture? Kaskaskia College has announced its lineup of fall 2021 community education offerings, with over 50 courses available.
Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees Approve a Modernization and Renovation Plan for College Main Campus
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees met Monday, August 23, 2021, for its regular monthly meeting. Board members included Bill Hawley (Odin), Bryan Holthaus (Carlyle), Louis Kalert (Centralia), Jim Beasley (Centralia), Laura Wedekemper (Shattuc) Jeff Brown (Greenville), and Alexis Enke (Student Trustee).