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Connect with Kennedy-King College

Welcome to City Colleges of Chicago at Kennedy-King College!
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Connect with
Kennedy-King College!

Fall 2017
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About Kennedy-King College
One of the 7 City Colleges of Chicago
Originally founded as Woodrow Wilson Junior College in 1934
Re-named after Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1969
Satellite locations include: Dawson Technical Institute, Parrot Cage, The French Pastry School and Washburne Culinary Institute
City Colleges of Chicago property operations at Kennedy-King College include: WYCC PBS Chicago, WKKC 89.3FM Radio and Child Development Laboratory Center.
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
Student Profile
*Students are counted in more than one enrollment category.
*Diversity Doughnut chart above includes all student categories.
*Full-time vs. Part-time percentages reflect Fall 2013 Credit students.
Full-time
Part-time
Transfer
Underrepresented
Special Student Population
What Is Your Path?
As a prospective student at Kennedy-King College, you want to begin your career here with the end in mind.

Overview
City Colleges of Chicago
Student Life at Kennedy-King College
Student Policies
Consumer Information
Student Services and Campus Resources
Online Resources
General Questions
Kennedy-King College
is dedicated to providing high quality, comprehensive, accessible education and training opportunities that respond to changing community needs and enable individuals to reach their full potential and successfully compete in the global marketplace.
Class Size: roughly 25 students
Mission Statement
Kennedy-King College has many different educational plans and programs to connect you with your academic and professional goal.
What is Your Goal at KKC?
Transfer to a 4-year institution?
Pursue a Workforce Program
Culinary Arts & Hospitality
Construction Technology
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Associates Degree Pathway
Addictions Studies
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
Baking & Pastry Arts
Biology
Business/Economics
Chemistry
Comparative Religion
Construction Management
Criminal Justice: Public Police
Culinary Arts
Engineering and Physics
English
Environmental Biology
Geosciences
Health/Physical Education
Hospitality Management
Human Geography
International Studies
Journalism
Mathematics
Media Communications
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Social Work: Generalist
Theatre Arts
Visual Media Communications
World Languages
Advance Certificates
Addictions Studies
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
Baking & Pastry
Collision Technology
Criminal Justice: Public Police
Culinary Arts
Gas Utility Worker
Hospitality Management
Overhead Electrical Line Worker
Visual Media Communications

Basic Certificates
Addiction Studies
Air Conditioning-Heating
Baking & Pastry Arts
Bricklayer
Combination Welder
Commercial Refrigeration
Concrete Masonry
Construction Carpentry
Criminal Justice: Public Police
(16-24 months)
(4-8 months)
*Program taught at The French Pastry School
Criminal Justice: Public Police
Culinary Arts
Domestic Refrigeration
L'art De La Patisserie: (Pastry & Baking Program)*
L'art Du Gateau: (Cake Decorating & Baking Program)*
Plumbing & Fire Protection
Visual Media Communications: Page Layout
Visual Media Communications: Web Page Design
(2-4 months)
Transfer Degrees
Associate in Arts (A.A.)
Associate in Science (A.S.)
Associate in General Studies (A.G.S.)

Degrees and Certificates Offered at Kennedy-King College
Associates Degree Pathway
Addictions Studies
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
Baking & Pastry Arts
Biology
Business/Economics
Chemistry
Comparative Religion
Construction Management
Criminal Justice: Public Police
Culinary Arts
Engineering and Physics
English
Environmental Biology
Geosciences
Health/Physical Education
Hospitality Management
Human Geography
International Studies
Journalism
Mathematics
Media Communications
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Social Work: Generalist
Theatre Arts
Visual Media Communications
World Languages
Advance Certificates
Addictions Studies
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
Baking & Pastry
Collision Technology
Criminal Justice: Public Police
Culinary Arts
Gas Utility Worker
Hospitality Management
Overhead Electrical Line Worker
Visual Media Communications
Basic Certificates
Addiction Studies
Air Conditioning-Heating
Baking & Pastry Arts
Bricklayer
Combination Welder
Commercial Refrigeration
Concrete Masonry
Construction Carpentry
*Program taught at The French Pastry School
Criminal Justice: Public Police
Culinary Arts
Domestic Refrigeration
L'art De La Patisserie: (Pastry & Baking Program)*
L'art Du Gateau: (Cake Decorating & Baking Program)*
Plumbing & Fire Protection
Visual Media Communications: Page Layout
Visual Media Communications: Web Page Design
Access Ability Alliance Club
African American Studies Club
Automotive Club
Booster Club
Christian Fellowship Club
Dynamic Movement Dance Club
Gaming Club
Golf Club
Home Economics Club
KKC Speech and Drama Club
KKC Drama Club
Phi Theta Kappa
Photography and Printing Club
Social Justice Club
Social Work Club
STEM Club
Student Government Association
The French Club
Veterans Club
Student Life at Kennedy-King College
Clubs, Groups & Student Organizations
Men & Women's Basketball
Men Soccer
Two broadcast stations.
WKKC-FM & HD1 - Aggressive Urban Adult Contemporary
WKKC-HD2 Chicago - Classic Soul and R&B Favorites.
Between the hours of 10am-5pm, KKC students hosts shows as they learn the ins and outs of Radio Broadcasting.
Broadcasts 24 hours a day online, TuneIn Radio app and within a 5 mile radius of Kennedy-King College.
WYCC - PBS Chicago
WYCC PBS Chicago broadcasts 24 hours a day on Channel 20, featuring a mix of instructional, informational and educational programs, as well as highly regarded primetime public television programming.
(Automated)
Student Policies
Academic and Student Policy Manual
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Academic Policies
Appeal Procedures for Grading
Academic dishonesty
Student Misconduct
ccc.edu > Student Tools > student Policies
The Student Policy Manual contains important information that you NEED to know!

Consumer Information
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
ccc.edu > Student Tools > student Policies
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records.
Inspect and review educational records maintained by the college
Request corrections to education records
Request a formal hearing if the institution decides not to amend or correct an education record
Place a statement with the educational record concerning the contested information
File a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education
Eligible students have the right to:
Students who reach the age of 18 or any student who attends a higher education institution are covered under FERPA. A student's FERPA rights begin once the​ college receives an application for admission. Parents may be granted access to a student's education records if the student has authorized and signed a FERPA Release Flag or if the student is listed as a dependent of either parent for tax purposes.
Refund Policy
It is the student's responsibility to officially withdraw from classes.
gOALS & PathwAY
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College to Careers Degrees and Certificates
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.)
Advance Certificate (A.C.)
Basic Certificate (B.C.)

KKC Student Life
Find more information here:
Find more information here:
City Colleges of Chicago?
What do you know about the
Tell me more about
Kennedy-King College

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Safety and Security
Web-based Alert System
Student ID Card
Headcovering Policy
CLERY Crime Statistics
In Case of Emergency System
Student Parking
Fire Safety
Kennedy King College Security is staffed with over 100 security officers, the majority of whom are current or retired law enforcement or correctional officers.
Location: Room V-132
(773) 602-5148
Take a Course
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To report a customer service problem or praise a staff member, please call (773) COLLEGE.
Share your Concerns
Questions
Thank You!
Wellness Center
Crisis Services
Counseling for Personal Challenges
Evaluation for Learning Disabilities
Sexual Assault/Harassment Support
Stress and Time Management Coaching
Support Groups
Connect to Community Resources & Public Benefits
The Wellness Center provides mental health and other social services to support your personal well-being and academic success.
Location: Room V-132
(773) 602-5148
M - F: 9am - 5pm
At Kennedy-King College, the Financial Aid Office works closely with students and families to provide financial assistance in the form of grants, loans and work-study from federal and state resources. The Financial Aid Office is your guide and resource to help you make college affordable.
financial aid
facebook.com/KennedyKingCollege
@KK_College
@citycollegeschicago
Student Services and Campus Resources
KKC is here to assist you with your academic and career success. Here are a few offices that are available for you.
Advising
Career Planning and Placement
Child Care Center
Disability Access Center
Transfer Center
Tutoring
Veteran Services
Wellness Center
Your Academic Advisor is a highly trained professional who can guide you from your first day as a student to graduation. Advisors are available to assist you with goal setting, career exploration, University transfer assistance, choosing a focus area, creating an education plan, selecting classes, reviewing semester maps, and applying for graduation.​
Advising
Discuss your educational and career goals
Provide academic, career and transfer advising
Discuss transfer credit for courses you completed at a previous college
Assist you in creating an academic plan
Assist with selection classes for the next term
Refer you to campus and community resources
Provide Wellness referrals
Explain and help resolve any academic or financial aid holds
Discuss issues affecting your grades
Review your courses toward graduation (degree audit)
Failure to withdraw may result in mandatory payment of tuition and book charges, forfeiture of financial aid eligibility, and/or a failing grade. Key dates may be found in the student portal (
my.ccc.edu
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Financial Aid, cash pay, voucher or third-party payment recipients will be adjusted as appropriate for students who withdraw from classes.
Monday - Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Location: W - 240
(773) 602-5111
Friday 9am - 1pm
Career Planning & Placement
Research your careers
Provides career assessment by using Focus 2
Exploring career interest
Provide Employment Preparation services
Assistance with crafting the best Cover Letter
Resume writing and review
Interview techniques
Networking and understanding your brand
The Career Network – Job and Internship opportunities
Monday - Thursday 9am - 4pm
Location: U – 2X1
(773) 602-5307
Friday 9am - 2pm
Visit the Advising Office to:
Kennedy-King College Career Planning & Placement office provides comprehensive services to help students and alumini make informed decisions about careers and achieve career success. We offers one-on-one support, assistance with major and career selection, employment preparation, and job hunting. We are also available to help you successfully transition into the workforce.
Visit us to:
Child Development Laboratory Schools
Children ages 2 to 5 years old
Certified professional Staff
School rediness in literacy and Math
Access to free medical and dental services
Welcome Children with Disabilities
Offers year-round program
Nutritious Meal Services
Open to students, staff, faculty, and members of the community
The Child Development Laboratory Schools provides high-quality care for preschool children of diverse backgrounds (including, dual language learners and children with disabilities), incorporating best practices based on established standards and research in the field and to provide student support to all City Colleges of Chicago attendees in order to ensure student success.
Location: X Building
(773) 602-5481
M - F: 7:30am - 5:30pm
710 W. 65th St., Chicago, IL 60621
Disability Access Center
Enrollment assistance
Financial Aid application assistance
Classroom accommodations
Extended time for testing and in-class assignments
Note takers
Exam proctors
Readers
The Disability Access Center provides coordination and supportive services for students with documented disabilities. Visit the DAC to discuss specific services.
Location: W-108
(773) 602-5278
M - F: 9 am - 5 pm
Transcribers
Sign language interpreters
TTY (text telephone) or TDD (telecommunication device for the deaf)
Recording devices
Adaptive software
FM system
Screen-reading (JAWS, zoom-text)
Information and referral to campus and outside agencies
Transfer Center
1:1 Transfer Advising
Scholarship research assistance
Campus Tours
Scheduling College Representatives to visit your campus
Transfer Fairs
College Application Assistance
Application Fee Waiver
Transfer Resources
Monday - Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Location: W - 118
(773) 602-5285
Friday 9am - 1pm
Kennedy-King College Transfer Center can help you transition to a four-year college including researching where you want to attend, learning about transferable courses, and applying for transfer scholarships.
The Transfer Center Team can assist you with:
Our Veterans Services Centers provide access to veterans-specific resources, assistance with the transition from military to civilian life, information on VA benefits and credit transfer procedures, and places to network with other veterans.
Veterans Services Center
Transition from the military to college life
Peer support
VA benefits - helping to ensure you get all of the benefits you are entitled to receive
Connecting you to college services and resources
Advocacy - student/instructor mediation, help with services and support
Connection to external veterans services organizations
Referrals for basic needs
Connections to businesses and organizations seeking to employ veterans
Monday - Thursday 9am - 4:30pm
Location: V - 229
(773) 602-5152
The Veterans Services Center provides a wide range of services including:
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Earn College Credit for Military Education and Duties. Submit your Military Documents (DD-214)

-----> Verify with T. Odom.
Monday - Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Location: W - 230
(773) 602-5133
Friday 9am - 1pm
Speak with a Financial Aid Representative to verify eligibility and Certify your Financial Aid awards
Discuss concerns you may have regarding Financial Aid and loans.
Learn about Work-Study and Scholarhships opportunities
Acquire Important dates/guidelines
If you are seeking Financial Aid be sure to:
Child Development - Y131
Math Lab - Y22
Reading Lab - Y102
Science Lab - Y116
U Building - U155
Media Communications
Visual Communications
V Building
Automotive Technology - V117/V123
Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning - V149
W Building
Writing Lab - W252
X Building- X203
Foreign Language Lab
(2nd Floor of Library)
Y Building
Academic Support Center offers free tutoring and academic support services to assist students in achieving personal and academic success. Tutors are available in a wide variety of subjects to assist students through one-on-one and group tutoring sessions. We encourage any student to seek tutoring to gain a deeper comprehension of course content and to enhance learning development.
Tutoring Services
Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm
Location: W - 107
(773) 602-5528
Online Resources
Online Student Self-Service
Your username and Student ID Number Will be provided to you.
For password assistance, seek assistance with your Admissions Representative or Advisor.
Credits:
George Baird
Afton Donald
Sophia Hamilton
Online Student Resources/Tools
Tool used in courses offered through the Center for Distance Learning [Web (WW) and Teleweb (TW)] as well as hybrid, and Saturday seminar
Used for assignments and communication in classroom based courses.
Tool aimed at improving student success
Schedule advising appointments online
View Early Alert notifications from faculty regarding class progress
A free email account for all students enrolled at CCC.
All email from the college and faculty will be sent to this address
Check it regularly
Jdoe123@student.ccc.edu
CCC's bookstore is now online.
Automatically shows the books you need once you enroll.
Allow for shipping times.
Military/Veteran
International
Undocumented
Students with Disabilities
Student clubs, groups and organizations available at Kennedy-King College
Access Ability Alliance Club
African American Studies Club
Automotive Club
Booster Club
Christian Fellowship Club
Dynamic Movement Dance Club
Gaming Club
Home Economics Club
KKC Speech and Drama Club
KKC Drama Club
Phi Theta Kappa
Photography and Printing Club
Social Justice Club
Social Work Club
STEM Club
Student Government Association
The French Club
Veterans Club
Student Activities are for all student Interest.
Students learn to:
Plan
and implement events
Build
leardership skills
Interact
with faculty, staff and the student body
Explore
topics and ideas
Learn
new skills
Enjoy
quality entertainment both on and off campus
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