Kendall College

Kendall College had its humble beginnings in 1934 in down town Evanston. Back then, the school was called the Evanston Collegiate Institute and was formed to provide two years college education through the school’s work-study program. The School changed its name to Kendall College in 1950 in honour of Curtis P. Kendall, whose father (Harry Kendall) and uncle (George Kendall) helped fund the College and employed many Kendall students. The school started to offer four year degrees in 1977 and was accredited as a degree granting academic institution in 1979.

Kendall College offers degrees through four of its schools: The School of Business, School of Hospitality Management, School of Culinary Arts, and the School of Early Childhood Education. The School of Education was the first to offer online delivery of coursework and this eventually led to integrating online learning with the programs offered by the School of Business and the School of Hospitality Management. Students in these schools have the option of completing their degrees at the campus in Illinois, Chicago, or through a combination of online coursework and periodic classroom instruction.

Tuition at Kendall does not include any incidental costs such as laboratory fees, books and uniforms. Financial aid, in the form of scholarships, grants and student loans are available for eligible students. Information on how to avail of Kendall’s financial aid services can be obtained by contacting the Financial Aid office.

Admission requirements at Kendall College depend on a potential student’s enrollment status. Kendall has different requirements for First Year students, Transfer students, International Students, Adult Learners and Readmitted Students. More information is available from Kendall College’s Admissions Office.

Kendall College is accredited to confer degrees by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, Kendall is a member of Laureate International Universities, a network of 43 institutions of higher learning in 20 countries. Because of this affiliation, Kendall students have access to internships, study abroad programs and other professional opportunities in Europe, Latin America and Asia.

For more information about tuition, scholarships, financial aid, course ratings, admissions, online degrees, classes, regional accreditation, school rankings and reviews please contact Kendall College.

The Best Colleges Degree Finder

Accredited, top-rated, low-cost degree programs.© 2017 The Best Degrees