KCC to expand Eastern Academic Center near Albion

Kellogg Community College intends to build a 4,608-square-foot addition at its Eastern Academic Center near Albion, KCC President Dennis Bona announced today. Because of growing enrollment in college courses in eastern Calhoun County and an ongoing partnership with Marshall Public Schools,… Continue Reading

13-day Nurse Aide Training course has openings in December

Pamela Edwards-Foy, Nurse Aide Training Coordinator at Kellogg Community College, recently shot the above photos of the newly remodeled Nurse Aide Lab at the College’s Eastern Acedemic Center in Albion. KCC’s monthly Nurse Aide course still has openings for the… Continue Reading

KCC’s Eastern Academic Center has largest enrollment ever

The Eastern Academic Center, a regional campus operated by Kellogg Community College near Albion, is pleased to announce its largest fall enrollment ever. For the first time in the EAC’s 11-year history, students are collectively taking more than 1,300 credit… Continue Reading

KCC offers fall classes at Crowell School in Albion

When the fall semester begins Thursday, Kellogg Community College will offer several courses at the former Crowell School in Albion. Classroom space is full at KCC’s Eastern Academic Center, located just outside of Albion in Sheridan Township, and the college needs… Continue Reading

ALERT: Power outage cancels day and evening classes at EAC

An alert from Kellogg Community College Public Safety: The Eastern Academic Center in Albion is experiencing a power outage. All of today’s day and evening classes at the EAC are cancelled. Again, classes are cancelled at the EAC only for today,… Continue Reading

Alternative high school students praise collaboration between KCC, Marshall Public Schools at Eastern Academic Center

Kellogg Community College  President Dennis Bona was among the many community leaders this morning who attended an event to celebrate the collaboration between the college and Marshall Public Schools that provides classroom space to Marshall Alternative High School students at… Continue Reading