Fall semester Kellogg Community College students will have a chance to win three free credit hours while checking out the College’s Coldwater campus during a walk-in services event July 27-29.
KCC’s “What’s Bruin at Kellogg Community College’s Grahl Center” event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day at the center, which is located at 125 Seeley St. in Coldwater. Onsite services will include application assistance, viewing and registering for fall classes, self-guided tours of the campus and more.
Students who stop in during the event will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a chance to win a voucher for three credit hours good toward fall classes at KCC. One winner will be selected at random and contacted by email.
Grahl Center Director Shari Deevers said the initiative is a great way for Branch County students to complete the admissions process close to home. The center is offering more than two dozen classes this fall across academic disciplines, and Deevers said approximately 75% of them will be offered in person.
“They can do all kinds of classes, gen eds, biology, math, psychology, sociology, early childhood education, accounting, business, communication, criminal justice. We have quite a bit to offer,” Deevers said.
KCC’s Grahl Center campus opened in the fall of 1994 at 125 Seeley St. The center consists of a building with 13 classrooms, including nine standard classrooms, two computer labs, a science lab and an Allied Health classroom as well as a student lounge and free parking for the public. For more information, visit kellogg.edu/coldwater.
For more information about the “What’s Bruin” event or the Grahl Center in general, contact the center at 517-278-3300 or email@example.com.
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