KCC announces participation in Michigan’s new tuition-free degree program

An image featuring a man playing with a kid skateboarding and text that reads "Say hello to free tuition for eligible students. Kellogg.edu/reconnect."

Kellogg Community College announced today it has volunteered to serve as a Michigan Reconnect Champion in support of the state’s new tuition-free degree program for eligible adults. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer unveiled the Michigan Reconnect program in early February as part… Continue Reading

KCC opts out of conference competition in basketball, volleyball

The Miller Gym.

Kellogg Community College is announcing today that, in light of current restrictions and public health guidance regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the College has decided to opt out of formal conference and league competition in Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball and Women’s… Continue Reading

Black History Month at KCC: Take a virtual tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture

The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.

Kellogg Community College continues its annual celebration of Black History Month this year with a series of online events, initiatives and resources focused on the African American experience. First up is a digital tour of the National Museum of African American History… Continue Reading

16 books to read during Black History Month, recommended by KCC English professor Ron Davis

A collage of all the book covers for the books recommended in the post.

By Ron DavisKCC English Professor These resources were selected to show African American women and men in diverse situations within the American experience. Black Americans’ experiences in the United States have not all been poor, bad nor negative. Within the… Continue Reading