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Campus & Community Contacts


Division of Student Development

2 E. South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999


Fax: 309-341-7077


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Phone Numbers & Resources On- and Off-Campus


If you have questions, the Office of Student Development  welcomes your phone calls and will do their best to respond promptly.

All telephone extensions may be reached directly by dialing 309-341-xxxx, or by calling the College switchboard at 309-341-7000.

The switchboard is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., during the school year.

Associate Dean of the College: 309-341-7214
Business Office: 309-341-7343
Campus Life Office: 309-341-7527 (Family Weekend, Commencement)
Campus Safety: 309-341-7979
Dean of the College: 309-341-7216
Dining Services: 309-341-7785
Financial Aid Office: 309-341-7149
Health Insurance Coordinator: 309-341-7863
Health & Counseling Center: 309-341-7942
Intercultural Life Office: 309-341-7230
Office of Advancement: 309-341-7233
Office of Student Development: 309-341-7222
Postal Services: 309-341-7152 
President's Office: 309-341-7211
Registrar: 309-341-7205

Off-Campus (Whom to Call in Galesburg)

Generally speaking, your student will probably discover the local services that he or she needs while at Knox, but here are some other numbers you may find helpful.

Galesburg Cottage Hospital: 309-343-8131
OSF St. Mary Medical Center: 309-344-3161
Galesburg Chamber of Commerce: 309-343-1194
Galesburg Police Department (non emergency): 309-343-9151
Galesburg Fire Department (non emergency): 309-345-3756
Knox County Courthouse - State's Attorney: 309-345-3880
Public Defender's Office: 309-345-3876
Galesburg Amtrak Station: 309-342-8993
Galesburg Mass Transit: 309-342-4242

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