Instructor Q&A: Human Services instructor Marc Colitti answers questions about HUSE 280: Death and Dying

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Kellogg Community College’s Human Services Program is offering the course HUSE 280: Death and Dying online this spring semester, starting Jan. 25. Below, Human Services instructor Marc Colitti, who teaches the course, answers some questions about what students can expect.… Continue Reading

Instructor Q&A: Human Services Program Coordinator Wanda Miller answers questions about HUSE 101: Introduction to Human Services

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Kellogg Community College’s Human Services Program is offering multiple sections of the course HUSE 101: Introduction to Human Services this spring semester, starting Jan. 18. Below, Human Services Program Coordinator Wanda Miller, who teaches the course, answers some questions about… Continue Reading

KCC offering Medical First Responder training in Coldwater starting Jan. 18

Kellogg Community College’s Public Safety Education Department is offering a Medical First Responder course in Coldwater starting in January. The course, designated EMT C200-60, will run from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Jan. 18 through March 10 at… Continue Reading

Academic Program Spotlight: Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education

KCC Early Childhood and Teacher Education professor Jamie Bishop talks to ECE 210: Child Growth and Development students in the College's new Early Childhood Education Learning Lab on campus in Battle Creek.

Kellogg Community College offers an Associate in Applied Science degree in Early Childhood Education, an Associate of Elementary Education degree degree and an Associate of Arts degree track for students interested in careers in secondary education. The Early Childhood Education… Continue Reading

Academic Program Spotlight: Sports Management and Exercise Science

A woman does exercises with ropes while a trainer encourages her from the side.

The following content is from the Kellogg Community College Admission’s Office monthly Counselor Newsletter. To join the newsletter mailing list, email kotowskij@kellogg.edu. Two programs of study new to KCC this fall are Sports Management and Exercise Science. Both programs are… Continue Reading

The first five students to sign up for LITE 240: African-American Literature this spring will get class textbooks free

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Prospective African-American Literature students at Kellogg Community College this spring have an added incentive to sign up for class: free textbooks. The first five students to register and pay for LITE 240: African-American Literature at KCC for the Spring 2022… Continue Reading

KCC Sports Management students become Certified Tourism Ambassadors through the Calhoun County Visitors Bureau

Pictured in the above photo, in the back row from left to right, are Kellogg Community College Physical Education Coordinator and professor Eierí Jordán-Salivia and student Gavin Kempainen. In the middle row, from left to right, are student Kazuki Kamiya, Calhoun County Visitors Bureau Visitor Services Specialist and CTA instructor Stacy Laur and students Alexis Lindstrom and Carter Woody. In the front row, from left to right, are students Kyle Winslow, Wendell White and Parker Wilson.

Seven Kellogg Community College students this month became Certified Tourism Ambassadors for Calhoun County as part of their studies toward earning KCC’s new Sports Management degree. The CTA certification program was offered through the Calhoun County Visitors Bureau as part… Continue Reading