MALTA – Kishwaukee College opened registration for summer and fall classes. The college is making changes to ensure college remains accessible during the pandemic.
Summer courses will be primarily online courses because of the current COVID-19 recommendations. Kish is planning to be fully operational this fall, with both online and face-to-face course offerings. The summer semester begins May 26 and the fall semester begins Aug. 17.
The college has taken numerous proactive measures to ensure all students have access to an education this summer. The tuition due date for Summer 2020 classes has been extended to July 1, and students will not be dropped for non-payment. Students who register for summer classes and do not drop within the refund period will be responsible for tuition and fees. The college is waiving the $25 fee for students who enroll in a payment plan for both summer and fall. Additionally, Kish is exploring other options to ensure college remains affordable throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online courses can help students earn their degree and achieve their academic goal. Along with a variety of course selections this summer, Kish offers a completely online associate degree. Summer courses can help students get closer to transfer, graduate in less time or explore a field. New students must complete a Student Information Form before registering.
To learn more about online learning at Kish, visit www.kish.edu/online. For more information about enrollment, visit www.kish.edu/getstarted or contact Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: The Daily Chronicle