Kishwaukee College will keep tuition rates flat for next school year

Tuition rates will remain the same at Kishwaukee College for the 2021-2022 academic year. At this month’s Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees meeting, the Board unanimously voted to maintain the current tuition rate of $147 per credit hour.

The decision to keep tuition rates flat aligns with the College’s mission of improving lives through quality, affordable education. The fiscal responsibility practiced by the Board of Trustees and College leadership allows Kish to maintain its tuition rate during this challenging period. Through financial competence and transparency, the College has worked to keep costs down while enhancing the programs and services offered to suit the changing needs of the community.

“It has always been our goal to keep tuition as low as possible for our students. We understand it can be a struggle at this time to pay for college expenses and we are pleased to be able to maintain affordable tuition for our students this year,” said Bob Johnson, Chair of Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees.

The College is looking forward to more activity on campus this fall and is planning to offer additional classes in-person. The credit course schedule for summer and fall will be available online Monday, March 15, with registration beginning online Monday, April 5. For more information, visit