11 KCC baseball sophomores to continue playing at four-year schools

KCC's 2016-17 baseball team.

Eleven Kellogg Community College baseball sophomores will continue their baseball careers next year after receiving student-athlete scholarships to four-year schools. KCC baseball players receiving scholarships to play baseball at four-year schools include: Tate Brawley, of Niles, will attend Grand Valley… Continue Reading

KCC volleyball team to host two Summer Volleyball Camps in July

Two KCC volleyball players instruct a youth camper in the Miller Gym during a volleyball camp

CLICK HERE FOR VOLLEYBALL CAMP REGISTRATION FORMS Youth volleyball players will get a chance to learn from some of the area’s best college volleyball players during Kellogg Community College’s Summer Volleyball Camps in July. KCC’s women’s volleyball team and head volleyball… Continue Reading

Gov. Snyder announces capital outlay funding, $2.2 million for KCC

Gov. Rick Snyder speaks at the RMTC.

Gov. Rick Snyder today announced that Kellogg Community College will receive $2.2 million for renovations and upgrades at the Regional Manufacturing Technology Center, a KCC-operated facility where hundreds of students each year are trained and certified for jobs in advanced… Continue Reading

KCC offering CNA training July 19-Aug. 8 in Albion, Battle Creek and Coldwater

CNA students pose for a group photo during class.

Kellogg Community College is accepting applications now for three-week sections of Nursing Assistant Training Program courses beginning July 19. Upcoming training sections are offered from July 19 through Aug. 8 on KCC campuses in Albion, Battle Creek and Coldwater. The… Continue Reading

KCC closed July 4 for Independence Day

A view of the reflecting pools area in front of the North Avenue campus on a sunny summer day.

All Kellogg Community College campus locations will be closed Monday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. All campus locations will return to their regular summer schedules on Tuesday. Registration for fall semester classes at KCC is open now, and… Continue Reading

Revised orientation for online students is more flexible, takes less time to complete

A KCC employee assists a student on a computer in the Hub.

New changes to Kellogg Community College’s Online Learner Orientation will make registering for online classes easier and more efficient for students looking to take online classes at KCC this fall. The following revisions have been made to the Online Learner Orientation:… Continue Reading

KCC Theatre’s 2016-17 season to feature comedy “Noises Off,” musical “Zombie Prom”

A view of an empty Binda Performing Arts Center looking toward the stage over audience seating

Kellogg Community College’s 2016-17 theatre season will include two mainstage productions and two end-of-year showcases produced by students, with one of each scheduled for the fall and spring semesters. Mainstage productions include: “Noises Off” Auditions: 7 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday… Continue Reading

KCC, BACC train for the future with new robotics, mechatronics equipment in Coldwater

High school senior Kyle Myers holds a tablet-sized controller at the BACC as fellow senior Nick Pierucki points at the screen, giving instructions.

It’s a rainy Thursday morning in Coldwater, and a trio of high school seniors inside the Branch Area Careers Center huddles around a large plexiglass box. Kyle Myers, of Reading High School, holds a tablet-sized controller as Nick Pierucki, of… Continue Reading