Kishwaukee College keeps tuition rates flat for second straight year

The Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to maintain the College’s current tuition rate of $147 per credit hour for the 2022-2023 academic year. “One of the goals of the Board is to keep tuition as affordable as possible,” said Bob Johnson, Chair of the Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees. “The College has worked hard over the course of the pandemic to keep costs down while increasing the programs and services offered to support the changing needs of students and our communities.” Relief money from both the federal and state governments has allowed the College to provide financial and other student support services to help learners continue to attend college during the COVID-19 pandemic. Holding the tuition rate steady for the last two years is one of several initiatives by the College to maintain affordability. Additional student support services include direct cash payments and free textbooks, childcare and transportation.  “Kish continues to focus on the needs of our students and offer a quality, affordable education. We are fortunate to have additional resources to continue to support our students, including keeping our tuition the same since the beginning of the pandemic,” said Dr. Laurie Borowicz, President of Kishwaukee College.

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