Center for Diversity at KCC to host “Ableism 101” event April

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

The Center for Diversity and Innovation at Kellogg Community College will host a community discussion event facilitated by a pair of social workers this month focused on issues related to ableism and disability. The event, titled “Ableism 101: Everything You… Continue Reading

KCC invites public to Homecoming event, Music Center Zombie Run April 29

A text slide promoting KCC's Homecoming event, scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 29.

Kellogg Community College invites the public to celebrate the College’s 60th anniversary with a free, family-friendly KCC Homecoming event in April. The KCC Homecoming event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 29, on the field… Continue Reading

KCC accepting applications for Center for Diversity and Innovation Trainer position

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

Kellogg Community College is accepting applications now for the position of Trainer, KCC Center for Diversity and Innovation. View the job listing or apply now online at https://jobs.kellogg.edu/postings/416.  This position will design and facilitate training programs for the KCC Center for Diversity… Continue Reading

3 jewelry making classes to take at KCC: Make your own wire rings and pendants, macramé bracelets, and beaded earrings

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

Learn to make your own jewelry in one of the upcoming Lifelong Learning jewelry making classes offered at Kellogg Community College! All class fees include the materials! All classes will be held at KCC’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center campus, located… Continue Reading

3 KCC basketball players receive postseason awards from the MCCAA

KCC basketball's MCCAA award-winners Mohammed Albagami, Taylor Jungel and Curtis Trigg.

Three Kellogg Community College basketball players have received postseason awards from the Michigan Community College Athletic Association for their play during the 2016-17 season. Men’s basketball guard Mohammed Albagami and forward Curtis Trigg, both sophomores from Battle Creek and graduates… Continue Reading