KCC receives $2 million grant to support Nursing graduate transfer to WMU’s BSN Program

Nursing students work on a patient during simulation exercises in a lab on campus.

Kellogg Community College is the recipient of a $2 million grant from the state of Michigan designed to support associate-degree-level Nursing graduates pursuing a bachelor’s degree. The ADN-to-BSN Completion Grant, awarded via the Michigan Department of Lifelong Education, Advancement and… Continue Reading

KCC receives additional $350,000 EMS grant for Paramedic student scholarships, awards up to $16,250 per student for up to 20 students

EMS students load a stretcher into an ambulance simulator in the EMS Lab.

Kellogg Community College in March was awarded a new $350,000 grant to continue helping revitalize the Emergency Medical Services workforce in Michigan. The Emergency Medical Services Workforce Diversified (EMSWD-2024) grant, issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services,… Continue Reading

SEMCO ENERGY Gas Company establishes $235,000 Workforce Empowerment Scholarship fund for Kellogg Community College HVACR students

Pictured, from left to right, are KCC Workforce Solutions Account Manager Laura Zalle; SEMCO ENERGY Gas Company Energy Waste Reduction Manager Patrick Leahy; SEMCO ENERGY Gas Company Key Accounts Executive Aaron Pollman; KCC President Dr. Paul Watson; KCC Foundation Scholarship and Event Manager Tammy Morgan; KCC HVACR Professor Andrew Redlon; KCC Foundation Executive Director Teresa Durham; KCC Board of Trustees Secretary Patrick O’Donnell; KCC Vice President for Communications and Advancement Eric Greene; KCC Board of Trustees Trustee T.R. Shaw, Jr.; KCC Foundation Board of Directors Chair Andrew Schweitzer; KCC Chief Financial Officer Rick Scott; and KCC Foundation Board of Directors member Dr. John J.H. Schwarz.

SEMCO ENERGY Gas Company is partnering with the Kellogg Community College Foundation to offer a new scholarship program designed to increase the number of Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration professionals in Michigan focused on sustainable practices. SEMCO’s new Workforce… Continue Reading

KCC Music Scholarship applications due March 29, auditions to be held April 3

Applications for Kellogg Community College Music Scholarships for the 2024-25 academic year are due Friday, March 29. KCC Music Scholarships are performance-based scholarships that vary in size from $100 to $1,000 or more, depending on the scholarship, and are available… Continue Reading

Scholarship application deadline for new, returning and transferring KCC students is March 1

Scholarship students.

The application deadline for Kellogg Community College Foundation scholarships for the 2024-25 academic year is Friday, March 1.  Scholarship opportunities are available for new, returning and graduating/transferring KCC students and include the following: All Applications are due by 11:59 p.m.… Continue Reading

Free or reduced tuition to KCC now available to eligible students 21 and older via Michigan Reconnect program

Students complete tasks on computers in the Hub.

The state’s popular Michigan Reconnect program offering free in-district tuition to eligible students age 25 and older without a degree expanded its eligibility requirements this fall to allow applicants ages 21 to 24 to apply for the program. The updated… Continue Reading

Scholarship applications for new, returning and transferring KCC students available now

Scholarship recipients pose for a group photo on the stairs at the entrance to campus.

The Kellogg Community College Foundation is pleased to announce that the scholarship application for the 2024-25 academic year is now open at kellogg.edu/kccscholarships.  Scholarship opportunities are available for new, returning and graduating/transferring KCC students and include the following: All Applications… Continue Reading

Reduced tuition to KCC now available to eligible Branch County students 21 and older via Michigan Reconnect program

Branch County Kellogg Community College students ages 21 and up who don’t yet have a college degree may be eligible to save $158.25 per credit hour on tuition thanks to the Michigan Reconnect program. The program provides free community college tuition to… Continue Reading

Reduced tuition to KCC now available to eligible Barry County students 21 and older via Michigan Reconnect program

Barry County Kellogg Community College students ages 21 and up who don’t yet have a college degree may be eligible to save $158.25 per credit hour on tuition thanks to the Michigan Reconnect program. The program provides free community college… Continue Reading