See KCC’s Spring 2019 registration commercial now online and on TV

KCC student Bailey Scott walks outside on campus in Battle Creek in a screenshot from a recent KCC commercial.

Kellogg Community College’s new commercial promoting registration for the Spring 2019 semester is live now online and on television. The commercial continues KCC’s popular KCC Stories campaign featuring current and former KCC students, with this one focused on KCC Marketing… Continue Reading

Former Battle Creek Mayor Al Bobrofsky’s service to KCC will be honored at Miller Building’s first basketball game Nov. 9

KCC President Mark O'Connell, front left, recognizes Al Bobrofsky, front right, during KCC's Miller Building open house and dedication event Aug. 7.

***UPDATE: The Nov. 9 ceremony honoring Al Bobrofsky has been rescheduled for Dec. 5. Tonight’s men’s and women’s basketball games will proceed at scheduled times.*** Al Bobrofsky stepped into the new gymnasium at Kellogg Community College’s Miller Physical Education Building… Continue Reading

Gold Key Scholar, Bruin Bots alum Gabriel Keese is studying politics at KCC

KCC student Gabriel Keese.

Gabriel Keese’s educational experience at Kellogg Community College began in his early teens, when he learned about programming and engineering robots in KCC’s Bruin Bots youth robotics program at the College’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center. Today Keese, now 18, is… Continue Reading

KCC Journalism Camp: Taylor Groth talks about her dog, plans for the future

A portrait of KCC Journalism and News Writing Camp camper Taylor Groth shot by fellow camper Ellah Pace.

Editor’s note: The following profile was written by 10-year-old Harper Creek Middle School student Ellah Pace as part of Kellogg Community College’s Journalism and News Writing Camp, running July 23 through 26 on the College’s North Avenue campus in Battle… Continue Reading