Giving Tuesday Q&A: Food Insecurity Task Force member and KCC Foundation Program and Events Coordinator Alex Carlson

Alex Carlson

Kellogg Community College will celebrate Giving Tuesday Nov. 30 with a donation drive to help address student food insecurity on campus. Below is a Q&A post focused on food insecurity and food insecurity initiatives at KCC from KCC Foundation Program… Continue Reading

Giving Tuesday Q&A: Fresh Food Distribution volunteer and KCC Vice President Eric Greene

Eric Greene

Kellogg Community College will celebrate Giving Tuesday Nov. 30 with a donation drive to help address student food insecurity on campus. Below is a Q&A post focused on food insecurity and food insecurity initiatives at KCC from Vice President for… Continue Reading

Giving Tuesday Q&A: South Michigan Food Bank Community Impact Coordinator Donielle Hetrick

Donielle Hetrick

Kellogg Community College will celebrate Giving Tuesday Nov. 30 with a donation drive to help address student food insecurity on campus. Below is a Q&A post focused on food insecurity and food insecurity initiatives at KCC from Donielle Hetrick, the… Continue Reading

Giving Tuesday Q&A: Fresh Food Distribution volunteer and Communication professor Sarah Stout

Sarah Stout

Kellogg Community College will celebrate Giving Tuesday Nov. 30 with a donation drive to help address student food insecurity on campus. Below is a Q&A post focused on food insecurity and food insecurity initiatives at KCC from Communication professor Sarah… Continue Reading

Dual-enrollment Q&A: Lakeview senior Alexa Morey

Alexa Morey

By high school graduation, 17-year-old Lakeview High School senior Alexa Morey will have earned an estimated 27 to 30 college credits at Kellogg Community College. That’s thanks to high-school dual-enrollment opportunities that allow high school students to take college classes at KCC… Continue Reading

Giving Tuesday Q&A: Fresh Food Distribution volunteer and Sociology professor Megan Ward

Megan Ward

Kellogg Community College will celebrate Giving Tuesday Nov. 30 with a donation drive to help address student food insecurity on campus. Below is a Q&A post focused on food insecurity and food insecurity initiatives at KCC from Sociology professor Megan… Continue Reading

Emergency COVID relief funds coming for Fall 2021 students: Apply your funds directly to your balance or sign up for direct deposit now

An aerial view of the North Avenue campus at sunrise.

Fall 2021 KCC Students, Under the federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), Kellogg Community College received approximately $4.3 million to provide emergency grants to students to help offset the costs associated with attending an institution of higher education or for… Continue Reading