Deadline for $5,000 Olivet College nursing scholarship for KCC Nursing graduates is July 16

A nurse smiles on a text slide that reads "Olivet College RN-BSN Program Miller Foundation Scholarship Application."

Kellogg Community College Nursing Program graduates looking to continue their education at the bachelor’s degree level have until July 16 to apply for a KCC-specific $5,000 scholarship to Olivet College’s RN-BSN Program. The goal of the Olivet College RN-BSN Program… Continue Reading

KCC Nursing, Allied Health program applications are available now

A collage of Nursing and Allied Health students performing various activities related to their disciplines.

Applications for Kellogg Community College’s 2021-22 Nursing and Allied Health programs – including Dental Hygiene, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Physical Therapist Assistant and Radiography programs – are available now. Application deadlines for each program, listed in chronological order, are as follows:… Continue Reading

KCC hosting virtual career fairs with Sparrow Health and Bronson

Illustration showing health care workers on a laptop computer screen as if in a virtual meeting.

Kellogg Community College is hosting a pair of virtual career fairs with local health care systems next week to recruit essential workers in the fields of nursing, medical assistant, certified nursing assistant and emergency medical services. Separate virtual events will… Continue Reading

Nursing grad Crystabel Banda says KCC prepared her to help patients in the age of COVID-19: “KCC produces best nurses and I’m glad to be one of them”

Nursing student Crystabel Banda poses in a Nursing Lab at KCC.

Crystabel Tisa Banda graduated from the Kellogg Community College Nursing Program in 2019 and today works full-time as a registered nurse in the Neurology and Orthopedic Unit at Ascension Borgess Hospital in Kalamazoo. She also works PRN (as needed) at… Continue Reading

Nursing student Rachel Rewa returns from Detroit-area externship fighting coronavirus in one of the hardest hit areas of the country

Nursing student Rachel Rewa wearing safety glasses and a facemask.

As many students turned to online instruction during the coronavirus shutdown, Kellogg Community College Nursing student Rachel Rewa was getting hands-on nursing experience working on the front lines fighting coronavirus in one of the hardest hit areas of the country.… Continue Reading