Opened in 1969, the Grayslake Campus is the original campus and the largest. About one third of the campus’s 226.1 acres is devoted to buildings and parking areas and another 20 percent is designated for future building. Natural beauty is a distinct feature of the campus and about one-third of the acreage is permanently preserved for natural areas.
Grayslake offers the most academic program options. You can complete all transfer majors at Grayslake as well as most Associate in Applied Science and career certificates. You can also complete an Associate in Arts degree at the Southlake and Lakeshore campuses as well as specific career programs.