November 3, 2017

Kishwaukee College is preparing for the Spring 2018 semester with registration beginning online on November 6 at 6:00 a.m. and in-person on November 7 at 8:00 a.m. Registration, both on-line and in-person, continues until the Spring semester begins on January 16, 2018.

In-person registration will take place in the Student Services Office, Room C2100 in the Student Center, at Kishwaukee College. Students should come with a list of the courses they are requesting and alternates in case first choice classes and sections are full and/or closed. Students registering in-person must also present a photo ID before registering.  

All new students must have filled out a Student Information Form before they can register.

Tuition for the Spring 2018 semester is due by close of business on December 19, 2017. Students must have paid tuition or have turned in all required financial aid documents by that date to retain their schedule.

For more information on enrollment at Kishwaukee College, contact Student Outreach at 815-825-9460 or;  for information on Registration for Spring 2018, contact Student Services at 815-825-9375 or at

March 28, 2017

Kishwaukee College office of Enrollment Services has added a new “Online Chat” feature to enhance communication with current and prospective students.  Sonia Reising, Director of Enrollment Services, stated, “The chat feature is a new and innovative way for us to provide a direct line of communication and to be more accessible for students.”

The new Online Chat feature is available on the College’s website on the Admissions page. Reising noted that it was a quick way for current students to get questions answered and for prospective students to learn more about the College. “We launched about four weeks ago,” she said, “and the questions have been evenly split between current and prospective students.”

The Online Chat feature is “live” from 9:00a.m. – 4:00p.m. Monday through Friday and is staffed by four student services professionals who have undergone specialized training during that time. Students who log in during live chat hours will see a “Chat Now” notice in a green box located on the right side of the page. Students who log into the feature after hours will see a “Leave A Message” notice.  After hours, students type in their question and the staff answer those queries between 8 – 9:00a.m. the following business day.

“Most prospective students have questions about academic programs and the admissions process and current students ask about financial aid and ordering transcripts,” Reising stated. “It is really turning out just as we expected. Students can get in touch with us quickly and receive accurate information.”

To access the new Online Chat feature, visit the Kishwaukee College website Admissions pages at

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