Fall semester Kellogg Community College students will have a chance to win free credit hours while checking out the College’s Coldwater campus during a walk-in services event July 20.
KCC’s “What’s Bruin” event will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at KCC’s Grahl Center, which is located at 125 Seeley St. in Coldwater. Onsite services will include application assistance, help viewing and registering for fall classes, self-guided tours of the campus and more.
Students who stop in during the event will also have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a chance to win a voucher for free credit hours worth up to $700 good toward fall classes at KCC. One winner will be selected at random and contacted by email.
KCC’s Grahl Center campus opened in the fall of 1994 and consists of a single building with 13 classrooms, including nine standard classrooms, two computer labs, a science lab, Allied Health/Nurse Aide and Emergency Medical Services labs and a student lounge.
For more information about the “What’s Bruin” event or the Grahl Center in general, contact the center at 517-278-3300 or email@example.com. Visit the Grahl Center online at kellogg.edu/coldwater.
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