College scholarships: 2018-19 KCC Foundation scholarship applications are available now

The KCC Foundation's 2017-18 class of honors student scholarship recipients pose for a group photo in front of the main entrance to the North Avenue campus in Battle Creek.

Applications for Kellogg Community College Foundation scholarships for new, returning and graduating KCC students are now available on campus and online on the KCC website.

Scholarship applications, which are available at, include applications for the:

  • Gold Key Scholarship and KCC Trustee Scholarship for graduating high school students who plan on attending KCC
  • KCC Foundation Scholarship for new and returning KCC students
  • Transfer scholarships for graduating KCC students, including the Walter and Lucille Harper Transfer Scholarship; the Virginia M. Hensley Education or Health Care Two-Year Transfer Scholarship; and the Robert F. Hites Family Scholarship

The Gold Key, KCC Trustee and KCC Foundation scholarship applications are due Thursday, March 1; transfer scholarship applications are due March 23.

Specific recipient criteria and application guidelines for each scholarship are also available online at Physical scholarship booklets including scholarship information and applications for each scholarship are also available in the KCC Foundation office on KCC’s North Avenue campus, 450 North Ave., Battle Creek, and in area high school counseling offices.

The KCC Foundation was established in 1998 by the College to seek private funding to assist students with various needs. A nongovernmental, nonprofit 501(c)(3) with its own funds, the KCC Foundation is managed by a volunteer board of directors.

For more information about the KCC Foundation or to donate to student scholarships, contact Teresa Durham, executive director of the KCC Foundation, at 269-965-4161 or visit

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