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Kaskaskia College
TypePublic community college
Established1940
Endowment$7,405,000
PresidentGeorge Evans
Students5,193
Location,
U.S.

38°33′45″N 89°11′34″W / 38.56250°N 89.19278°W / 38.56250; -89.19278Coordinates: 38°33′45″N 89°11′34″W / 38.56250°N 89.19278°W / 38.56250; -89.19278
CampusRural
Colors    Navy blue, white
NicknameBlue Devils/Blue Angels
Websitewww.kaskaskia.edu
Lifelong Learning Center
Lifelong Learning Center
Main Building
Main Building
Fitness Center and Gym
Fitness Center and Gym

Kaskaskia College is a public community college in Centralia, Illinois. Kaskaskia College's Community College District 501 serves all or part of nine counties, including Bond, Clinton, Fayette, Marion, Washington, Jefferson, St. Clair, Madison and Montgomery.

Academics

Kaskaskia College Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degrees for students who wish to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. The college also offers 50 associate degree career programs and 102 certificates in occupational areas. As of December 6, 2021, Kaskaskia College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. [1]

Campus

Kaskaskia College's main campus is located on approximately 190 acres three miles west of Centralia. The college has since constructed additional education centers in the communities of Vandalia, Salem, Greenville, Trenton and Nashville. The college also houses its heavy occupation programs, Heating and Air Conditioning, Carpentry, Welding, Industrial Technology at the Crisp Technology Center on Route 161 East in Centralia.

References

  1. ^ "Higher Learning Commission". www.hlcommission.org. Retrieved 2022-04-04.