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Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees

The Kishwaukee College Board of Trustees and the faculty union have reached an agreement for their five-year contract, starting this academic year.

College and union officials came to an agreement after four months of weekly meetings. Some terms of the contract include annual salary raises of 2.5 to 3 percent over five years, starting salaries based on certain credentials, and changes to health insurance benefits. 

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A website that offers information to those interested in becoming a registered nurse ranked Kishwaukee College’s Nursing Program among the top 20 in Illinois. 

Registerednursing.org ranked Kishwaukee’s program at 14th out of 76 programs it rated in Illinois.

Scott Desavouret / WNIJ

Another round of college graduates is heading into the world. We asked winter graduates at Kishwaukee College how they feel about their futures.

Kishwaukee College Increases Tax Levy

Oct 12, 2016

Kishwaukee College trustees unanimously approved an increase to its tax levy.  

The vote increases the local tax levy by 1.45 percent.  This brings the annual total to about $14.3 million. 

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A familiar man “behind the scenes” in DeKalb County has a new position at Kishwaukee College.

Bill Nicklas has been chosen to help Kishwaukee President Laurie Borowicz develop strategic partnerships with businesses and communities. He'll also evaluate the school's strengths and opportunities for expansion. The position is temporary: he'll report his findings in six months.

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