Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the posts on each organization’s website.
- “Class Notes: Summer hours in effect at KCC; Local students honored” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “The college is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 8 a.m. to noon Fridays at its main campus until the fall semester begins. Satellite campuses in Coldwater, Hastings and Albion are closed on Fridays. … At Kellogg Community College, Miller College: Miller’s Noelle Hogan and KCC’s Hannah Smith and Jade Bolden were chosen to attend the American Association of University Women’s National Conference for College Women Student Leaders.”
- “Mayle named conference player of the year at Kellogg”(Midland Daily News): “Chad Mayle, a Dow High graduate who just completed his sophomore baseball season at Kellogg Community College, was recently named the Michigan Community College Association Player of the Year. Mayle, a righthanded pitcher, was also named Kellogg’s Male Student-Athlete of the Year.”
- “Our view”(Midland Daily News): “Roses to Kellogg Community College’s Chad Mayle for being named the Michigan Community College Association Player of the Year.”
- “Moodie adds three to women’s soccer signing class”(Jefferson County Post): “Aubree Cable: A 5-6 midfielder out of Battle Creek, Mich., Cable transfers to C-N from Kellogg Community College. She graduated high school in 2011 from Harper Creek Community School.”
- “Lakeview, Harper Creek tennis headed to state: Gull Lake’s Remynse also moving on after regional title”(Battle Creek Enquirer): “The teams headed to the May 31-June 1 state finals are Lakeview in Division 2 and Harper Creek in Division 3, and the individual who qualified for D-2 state was Gull Lake’s No. 1 singles player, senior (and KCC dual-enrollee) Sara Remynse.”
- “Firefighter Training – by C.S. Muncy” (The Photo Brigade): “As part of a traveling training system provided by Kellogg Community College, the ‘Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF)’ mobile trainer is designed to burn, letting military and civilian firefighters practice in a controlled environment for a variety of scenarios, including fuel spills, engine fires, interior cabin fires and passenger rescue.”
- “Kalamazoo-area recruiting roundup” (Kalamazoo Gazette): “OTHER COMMITMENTS/SIGNINGS: Gull Lake’s Connor Owen, Vicksburg’s Alex Holley, Schoolcraft’s Benny Clark III and Galesburg-Augusta’s Kyle Mallwitz have either signed or committed to play baseball at Kellogg Community College.”
- “FINDING HIS PLACE: Dr. Hamady honored by Bronson BC for service” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “In his retirement, Hamady teaches history at the institute for learning in retirement, a branch of Kellogg Community College.”
For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest press releases online atdaily.kellogg.edu/category/press-releases.