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Kaskaskia College

With an enrollment of around 3,500 students, Kaskaskia College is one of the leading community colleges in Illinois. KC serves all or part of nine counties, offering an Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees for transfer to four year colleges and universities, as well as a total of 29 associate degree career programs and 74 certificates in occupational areas designed to prepare students for meaningful employment or transfer for further education. Students may also benefit from additional programs and activities through non-credit classes, business and industry training, and social, recreational and cultural events.

Website:

www.kaskaskia.edu

Category:

Small community college

Military Friendly Rating

We rate how Military Friendly an organization is within 6 different categories. Learn more about our methodology.

The rating below reflect the extent to which each organization exceeds the benchmark standards for Military Friendly.

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20.47

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6.82

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Why you should attend?

Kaskaskia College is committed to life-long student learning and to providing quality and comprehensive education. KC goes above highlighting the service of our service members through an annual Enduring Freedom Celebration. We are currently constructing a tribute which will honor all veterans with relations within our five county College district. The Tribute is unique because it will highlight the service of those members both living and deceased. KC has a veterans club on campus to allow vets to network and cope with veteran student life. KC strives to be a military friendly institution to give thanks for their sacrifice.