Kishwaukee College plans for financial future
MALTA – Kishwaukee College students may see an increase in tuition costs for the next few years.
The school’s decreasing revenue projections for the next five years was the main topic of discussion at the Board of Trustees’ special meeting Friday.
“We’re going to have to operate this college on less money for the foreseeable future,” said Rob Galick, vice president of finance and administration at the college. “There’s no way around it.”
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