Kaskaskia College’s Automotive Technology Program has been re-awarded Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) accreditation from the ASE Education Foundation.
Kaskaskia College partners with Parkland College on Precision Agriculture and Animal Science Programs
Kaskaskia College and Parkland College have approved articulation agreements to allow students to take advantage of each other’s programs.
Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees Hear Student Satisfaction Survey Results; Approve Emergency Operations Plan
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees met Monday, January 25, 2021, for its regular monthly meeting.
Kaskaskia College February Community and Continuing Education feature Understanding Medicare and Social Security; Learning How-To Courses
Kaskaskia College Community and Continuing Education are offering 17 courses during February at the district’s education centers.
Kaskaskia College is introducing a new one-of-a-kind digital tool that will enable current or prospective students to chart an educational map towards their chosen career.
Kaskaskia College Community and Continuing Education are offering four classes, beginning January 25, on the art of beekeeping led by master beekeeper and adjunct instructor Terry Combs. All four courses are available via Kaskaskia College’s distance learning program, with broadcasts available at the Salem, Trenton, Vandalia, Nashville, and Greenville education centers.
As Chairman of the Education Committee for the Leadership Council of Southwestern Illinois, Kaskaskia College President George Evans is spearheading the broadband adoption initiative for the region.
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.
Congratulations to Kaskaskia College December 2020 Graduates!
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.