Kellogg Community College last month published its Annual Report, a 44-page document with highlights, photos and data from KCC and KCC Foundation activities and initiatives during the 2018-19 academic and fiscal year.
The report, which covers College and Foundation affairs from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019, includes information about enrollment, finances and various KCC milestones from the year, including new academic programs and articulation agreements, arts and athletic achievements, workforce training and development initiatives, updates on new and continuing construction and renovation projects, community partnerships, scholarship initiatives and much more.
In his President’s Message introducing the new Annual Report, former KCC President Mark O’Connell, who retired in early January, thanks the community for its continued support and says the College’s commitment to providing students with opportunities for success is stronger than ever.
“This past year, we continued to hone our services, processes and curriculum to ensure students can navigate smoothly through their higher education journey,” O’Connell says. “We are working every day as an institution to strengthen partnerships and remove obstacles so our Bruins can succeed in the classroom, complete degrees, transfer to universities and begin fulfilling careers.”
Copies of the report were distributed throughout the community in December, and additional copies are available by request in offices around KCC’s campuses in Battle Creek, Albion, Coldwater and Hastings.The report also is available via the embed below and on the KCC website at www.kellogg.edu/about and www.kellogg.edu/foundation.