Student Organizations


Student Government Association

The Kishwaukee Student Government Association is the officially recognized student representative group within the College. Its committees are responsible for addressing the concerns of students, providing programs and services for students, chartering campus clubs and organizations, and assisting these groups in achieving their goals. The SGA's budget is generated from the activity fee that students pay with each class. The SGA provides a communication channel between students, faculty, and administration by serving as representatives on various administrative committees.

Students interested in joining the Student Government Association and/or its committees should contact the SGA office.

Office: C1120

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of two-year colleges was founded in 1918. Objectives of the organization are to recognize and foster scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service activities. Eligibility is based on completion of at least 12 semester hours at the 100/200 level; a grade point average of at least 3.5 in those courses; and current enrollment in at least three semester hours in 100/200 level courses.

Advisor: Dominica Blalock 
Phone: 815-825-9347

Advisor: Jennifer Jossendal 
Phone: 815-825-9376

Forensics Team

This team is based on active preparation and competition in intercollegiate forensics. Encouragement and support is provided for students to participate in intercampus and community entertainment.

For more information, visit the Forensics Team's webpage.

Advisor: Matthew Weibel
Office: A2239

Intercollegiate Athletics (NJCAA)

In its intercollegiate athletic program, the College sponsors basketball, baseball for men; volleyball, basketball, and softball for women. Kishwaukee's teams compete in the Arrowhead Conference, which is comprised of Highland Community College, Black Hawk College, Black Hawk College East Campus, Carl Sandburg College, Illinois Valley, Sauk Valley College, and Kishwaukee College.

Kishwaukee is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Regional winners are advanced for national competition. Students interested in participating in intercollegiate athletics should contact the Athletic Department.

For more information, visit the Athletics website. or contact: 

Director Student Involvement, Athletic Director
Scott Kawall
Office: C2111