English Program Information
English has a lot to offer, representing a broad range of academic, practical, and humanist concerns. Our classes promote fluency in academic reading and writing, as well as work environments and personal living outside the classroom. We provide windows with views into the broadest range of human experience.
What Does The English Department Have To Offer?
You can find information about the following on this website:
- Full-time faculty members
- Kaleidoscope, Kishwaukee College's student run newspaper
- Kamelian, Kishwaukee College's student literary and art magazine
- Various contests and scholarship opportunities
- Writing resources, including assistance in Tutoring Services
The Kaleidoscope, Kishwaukee College's student run newspaper, continually seeks applications from students. Check out the different opportunities (not just writing!) that await you. Alternatively, you can read related Journalism course descriptions.
The Kamelian, Kishwaukee College's student literary and arts journal, accepts yearly submissions of art (3D and 2D), photography, poetry, short stories, and essays from students. You can download a current general information sheet and an entry form when they become available.
Kishwaukee College offers an assortment of essay contests and scholarship opportunities related to English studies:
- Paul Simon Essay Contest
- Perry/Cornell Reading and Study Skills Scholarship
- Perry/Cornell Journalism Scholarship
- Jeanne Henderson Memorial Scholarship
Want one-on-one help with your writing? English tutors are available in Tutoring Services:
Find course descriptions of any English classes we teach in the Kishwaukee College Catalog.