WMU art professor to exhibit “Marea” photo series at Kellogg Community College starting Jan. 20

Kellogg Community College will showcase large-scale photographs taken by Western Michigan University Frostic School of Art professor Patricia Villalobos Echeverría in an exhibit beginning Jan. 20 in Battle Creek. The exhibit, titled “Marea,” will run through Feb. 17 in the… Continue Reading

KCC Express Enrollment Event in Hastings to offer fast-track services, giveaways Jan. 11

Current and future Kellogg Community College students will have a chance to complete all enrollment processes needed to start winter/spring classes during the College’s Express Enrollment Event in Hastings this month. KCC’s Express Enrollment Event will be held from 3… Continue Reading

KCC Foundation scholarship applications are available now; applicants can apply entirely online

Applications for Kellogg Community College Foundation scholarships for new, returning and graduating KCC students are now available on the KCC website. Scholarship applications, which opened Dec. 13 at kellogg.edu/kccscholarships, include applications for the: Gold Key Scholarship and Board of Trustees… Continue Reading

KCC exceeds Giving Tuesday donation goal, raising $3,200 for campus food insecurity initiatives Nov. 30

The Kellogg Community College Foundation raised $3,248.46 to address food insecurity on campus through the College’s Giving Tuesday initiative Nov. 30, eclipsing its goal of raising $2,000 for the day by more than 62%. Funds raised will support two specific… 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