Julie Obermark has been named as the new Vice President of Instructional Services at Kaskaskia College.
True examples of leadership: Beasley and Wedekemper lead at the local and state levels of college education
Members of the Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees are very active in the college's life, providing leadership in the institution's policymaking and ensuring the institution is responsive to the district's taxpayers. Two trustees, Jim Beasley of Centralia and Laura Wedekemper of Shattuc, take that leadership responsibility to the state level and represent KC through the Illinois Community College Trustees Association.
Kaskaskia College implements tuition freeze; more face to face courses as enrollment begins for summer and fall
Current and new students attending Kaskaskia College will see savings in their tuition and textbook costs, plus more face-to-face course options as the college expects to return to normal operations for its fall semester.
Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees names new Vice President of Instructional Services; moves forward with new infrastructure projects
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees met Monday, March 22, 2021, for its regular monthly meeting. Board members included Bill Hawley (Odin), Linda Stover (Centralia), Bryan Holthaus (Carlyle), Laura Wedekemper (Shattuc), Louis Kalert (Centralia), Jim Beasley (Centralia), Jim Mason (Breese), and Larissa Hoffman (Student Trustee).
Kaskaskia College Community and Continuing Education are offering over 15 courses during April at the district’s education centers.
Kaskaskia College Partners with Barnes & Noble College on New Complete Access Model to Drive Affordability, Access and Convenience for Students
CENTRALIA, IL – Kaskaskia College today announced that it has partnered with Barnes & Noble College to implement First Day Ready, a course material delivery model that will drive affordability, access and convenience for students.
The Kaskaskia College Department of Industrial and Continuing Education will offer the American Heart Association "Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers" course at the KC Main Campus on Friday, March 12, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Kaskaskia College is partnering with 160 Driving Academy to offer more frequent commercial driver’s license (CDL) courses.
The Kaskaskia College Office of Industrial and Continuing Education is pleased to offer a course titled Start Your Own Edible Garden in an online format.
Kaskaskia College Community and Continuing Education are offering over 20 courses during March at the district’s education centers.
Kaskaskia College SEALS Program Helps African-Americans, Other Racial Minorities with Workforce Education and Placement
Kaskaskia College has received a grant from the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) that provides African Americans and other racially minoritized persons with the resources they need to compete in today’s working world.
The Kaskaskia College Records Office announces that March 5, 2021, is the deadline for all spring graduates to apply for graduation. Students must apply online through their MyKC portal.
Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees Approves No Increase Tuition Rate; Awards Bids for Campus Projects
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees met Monday, February 22, 2021, for its regular monthly meeting. Board members included Bill Hawley (Odin), Linda Stover (Centralia), Bryan Holthaus (Carlyle), Laura Wedekemper (Shattuc), Louis Kalert (Centralia), Jim Mason (Breese), and Larissa Hoffman (Student Trustee). Jim Beasley (Centralia) was absent.
Kaskaskia College Allied Health is hosting a series of virtual open house discussions via Zoom over the next month. The open house discussions begin on Wednesday, February 17, and run through March 17.
As thousands of high school and college students prepare for the virtual 2021 SkillsUSA competition, those participating in the computer information technology categories will be facing challenges created by Kaskaskia College Associate Professor of Computer Information Technology Angenien Huffstutler.