KCC responds to political organization’s lawsuit

A view of the reflecting pools area in front of the North Avenue campus on a sunny summer day.

Kellogg Community College this week filed a brief in federal district court opposing a motion for a preliminary injunction requested by a political organization which is suing the College after three people – none of whom were KCC students at… Continue Reading

Library registers most organ donors during statewide campaign

Library staff pose with an organ donor quilt in the library following an organ donation information event at KCC.

Kellogg Community College’s Morris Learning Resource Center registered more than 20 percent of the total donors added to the Michigan Organ Donor Registry during the statewide Michigan Libraries for Life campaign held in October to encourage library patrons to join the… Continue Reading

2015-16 scholarship applications are available now

Detail from the cover of the KCC Foundation's 2015-16 scholarship booklet, which shows a group photo of the latest Gold Key and Trustee scholars

The Kellogg Community College Foundation’s 2015-16 scholarship booklet is now available on campus. The booklet contains scholarship information, applications, requirements and deadlines for the KCC Foundation Scholarship, Gold Key Scholarship, KCC Trustee Scholarship and transfer scholarships. Scholarship information and applications… Continue Reading

KCC donates 50 computers to Calhoun Community High School

Calhoun Community High School students stand around computers donated by KCC

Students at Calhoun Community High School will have more access to digital leaning technologies in the classroom next year thanks to a donation of 50 computers from Kellogg Community College. KCC, which charters CCHS, delivered the desktop computers – complete… Continue Reading

Register now for Nurse Aide Training this spring

CNA students pose for a group photo in class.

Kellogg Community College is accepting applications now from individuals interested in the College’s Nurse Aide Training Program, which has seats available for classes beginning in January, February, March and April at multiple campus locations. The training program is an 80.5-hour course that… Continue Reading

Michigan community colleges launch Michigan Colleges Online

A female student works on a laptop in the Student Center.

Michigan’s community colleges, including Kellogg Community College, proudly announce the official launch of Michigan Colleges Online (MCO): www.micollegesonline.org. The MCO, under the umbrella of the Michigan Community College Association (MCCA), greatly expand access to online learning by allowing students to… Continue Reading

‘Low Country Revisited’ photo exhibit on display through Dec. 12

A group photo of the five photographers whose work is featured in the "Low Country Revisited" exhibit at KCC.

If you haven’t seen “Low Country Revisited,” the latest art exhibit on display in the Eleanor R. and Robert A. DeVries Gallery in Kellogg Community College’s Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center, you have until Friday to check it out. The exhibit,… Continue Reading

KCC career fair for corrections and other fields is Dec. 11

KCC's Grahl Center in Coldwater

Kellogg Community College is hosting a career fair in Coldwater from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11, to help people learn more about accelerated training programs leading to employment in the corrections field, nurse aide program and industrial trades. The… Continue Reading