Registration for classes offered during Kellogg Community College’s Spring 2022 semester is now open online and in-person at all five KCC campus locations.
The spring semester includes more than 600 sections of classes across academic and occupational program disciplines, leading to more than three dozen KCC associate degree programs, 25 certificate programs and countless opportunities for transfer paths to majors at four-year colleges and universities.
Registration information, including links to instructions, policies, tuition and fees and other information, is available at kellogg.edu/registration.
Current and prospective students can sign up for classes via the College’s website. In-person registration and assistance is available on the College’s North Avenue and Regional Manufacturing Technology Center campuses in Battle Creek; Eastern Academic Center campus in Albion; Grahl Center campus in Coldwater; and Fehsenfeld Center campus in Hastings.
Spring semester students are asked to plan their class schedules ahead, as seats in each class are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Those interested in securing a seat in a specific class are encouraged to register as soon as possible to reserve their space.
Specific courses offered at KCC during the spring semester can be viewed by visiting kellogg.edu, clicking on “Class Schedules” at the top of the page and filtering results by semester.
The first classes of Kellogg Community College’s Spring 2022 semester begin Jan. 18, 2022, and the semester runs through May 9.
Students new to KCC must fill out an application and verify residency before signing up for classes. Admissions applications can be completed for free online at kellogg.edu/apply.
New to KCC beginning this fall are two 60-credit Physical Education associate degree programs, including degrees in Exercise Science and Sports Management. Each degree path is designed to be completed on a two-year timeline for career entry or transfer to a four-year institution to continue toward a bachelor’s degree in a similar field.
Also new this fall is an expansion of the College’s Industrial Trades training into eastern Calhoun County with the opening of new welding and mechatronics labs at KCC’s Eastern Academic Center campus in Albion. The addition of the new labs allows Industrial Trades students training at the EAC to complete the bulk of the training modules required to earn certificates in KCC’s Industrial Electricity/Electronics, Industrial Technology and Industrial Welding certificate programs.
For more information about Industrial Trades training at the EAC, contact the center at 517-630-8169 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College also continues accepting students attending as part of the Futures for Frontliners and Michigan Reconnect scholarship programs, which offer eligible Michigan residents free tuition to pursue a degree or certificate at their local community college. Applications for the Michigan Reconnect program are still open; interested individuals should visit kellogg.edu/reconnect for details.