Congratulations to the graduating KC students of the fall 2021 semester!
Kaskaskia College is pleased to join fellow community colleges throughout Illinois in celebrating Career and Technical Education Month during the month of February. Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a broad term for educational programs that combine academic and technical skills with the knowledge and training needed to succeed in today's labor market.
Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees reviews campus modernization projects and approves new technology purchases
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees held its monthly meeting on Monday, January 24, 2022. 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).
Kaskaskia College administration recently hosted high school superintendents to introduce the college’s “KC Now” program for qualified high school students. KC Now allows high school students to attend KC during their junior and senior years, beginning Fall 2022. This program will allow students to earn college credit toward a degree or certificate while completing high school.
Want to learn how to decorate cupcakes? Or how to paint décor with new techniques? Learn sign language? Kaskaskia College has announced its lineup of spring 2022 community education offerings, with over 50 courses available.
Kaskaskia College President Evans to serve on Executive Committee for Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois
Kaskaskia College President George Evans has been named to the Executive Committee of Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois (SWIL). Evans previously served as Education Chair of the SWIL Education Committee and helped spearhead broadband adoption awareness for SWIL.
The Kaskaskia College Paramedicine Program will offer an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program beginning March 15th.
Kaskaskia College’s Workforce Equity Initiative opens new opportunities for students; receives for $599,539 for 2nd year of funding
Kaskaskia College’s Workforce Equity Initiative (WEI) continues to help minority students excel and complete their certificates in ten different programs with the Serving with An Equity Lens (SEALs) program.
In December 2021, the Jim Beasley Veterans Tribute Committee met to receive a $2,000 donation from Kevin Cates of Applied Hydro Sales (Las Vegas, NV).