The Kellogg Community College Foundation is proud to announce 15 recipients of the prestigious KCC Trustee Scholarships.
The KCC Trustee Scholarship equals the cost of tuition and fees for four semesters for up to 64 credits at the college and is available to graduating high school seniors from within the college’s district. Applicants must be nominated by a representative from their high school administrative or counseling department and approved by the KCC Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Eligible students must be graduating from one of the following area high schools: Albion, Athens, Battle Creek Academy, Battle Creek Central, Calhoun Christian School, Calhoun Community High School, Harper Creek, Homer, Lakeview, Mar Lee, Marshall, Marshall Academy, Pennfield, St. Philip Catholic Central, Tekonsha or Union City.
The KCC Trustee Scholarship recipients include:
- Alex Cornell, of Pennfield High School, who plans to study health careers/pathology.
- Adam DiMoff, of Marshall High School, who plans to study psychology.
- Samantha Ellis, of St. Philip Catholic Central High School, who plans to study physical therapy.
- Nicholas Hernandez, of Marshall Academy, who plans to study graphic design.
- Brittney Keller, of Union City High School, who plans to study nursing.
- Hlum Khim, of Battle Creek Central High School, who plans to study engineering.
- Eric McClure, of Athens High School, who plans to study political science.
- Christopher Messecar, of Battle Creek Academy, who plans to study general studies.
- Ashley O’Neill, of Lakeview High School, who plans to study special/elementary education.
- Dehanna Pace, of Homer High School, who plans to study nursing.
- Allyson Riley, of Harper Creek High School, who plans to study dietetics.
- Abigail Schreur, of Tekonsha High School, who plans to study agribusiness management.
- Kelsey Snowball, of Calhoun Christian School, who plans to study business.
- Laura Van Dyke, of Marshall High School, who plans to study business.
- Mallory Wilder, of Albion High School, who plans to study physical therapy.
For more information or to contribute to KCC Foundation scholarships, please contact Ginger Cutsinger, KCC Foundation executive director, at 269-965-4161 or visit www.kellogg.edu/foundation.
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