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KELLOGG COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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KCC FOUNDATION

ANNUAL REPORT

KELLOGG COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Kellogg Community College is dedicated

to providing accessible, high-quality education to enrich our community and the lives of individual learners.


TABLE OF CONTENTS K E L LO G G CO M M U N I TY CO L LEGE Leadership 2-3 Letter from the President

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The Year in Review

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Capital Millage

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About KCC

Ty Dilling Lakeview High School graduate and KCC Criminal Justice student.

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Ongoing Initiatives

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KCC Today

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Financial Statement

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KCC FO U N DAT I O N Board of Directors

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Letter from the Director

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Distinguished Alumna, Phyllis Peters

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New Scholarship Opportunity, Calhoun County Veteran’s Affairs

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Scholarship Recipient Profiles

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Grants, Events, Awards

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KCC Foundation Financial Statement

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Foundation Scholarships and Program Funds

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Foundation Donors

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Matching Gift Programs

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2016-2017 Memorials and Honorariums

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K E Y DAT E S

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Front cover: KCC’s iconic reflecting pools, as they looked in the 1960s and as they look today, on the North Avenue campus. Inset: A photo from the early days of Battle Creek Community College, the college’s original name, at 3 College St., Battle Creek.

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LEADERSHIP

K E L L O G G

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Board of Trustees KCC is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees whose seven members are publicly elected to six-year terms.

Steve A. Claywell

Jill M. Booth

Matthew A. Davis

Jonathan D. Byrd

Julie M. Camp Seifke

Patrick A. O’Donnell

Chair

Trustee

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Vice Chair

Trustee

Treasurer

Trustee

Reba M. Harrington Secretary


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C O L L E G E

Core Team Members of the President’s Core Team provide critical leadership to the College’s annual strategic initiatives.

Mark P. O’Connell

Dr. Kay L. Keck

Dr. Kevin P. Rabineau

President

Vice President for Student and Community Services

Teresa M. Durham

Tonya P. Forbes

Eric J. Greene

Dr. Jan M. Karazim

Dr. Michele M. Reid

Ali M. Robertson

Richard M. Scott

Terah F. Zaremba

Executive Director, KCC Foundation

Senior Director, Institutional Effectiveness and Library Services

Dean, Arts and Sciences

Chief Human Resources Officer, Title IX Coordinator

Vice President of Instruction

Director, Public Information and Marketing

Chief Financial Officer

Dean, Workforce Development

Dean, Student Services

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Letter from the President Friends of KCC, It is with abundant pride that I share with you the 2016-17 annual report from Kellogg Community College and the Kellogg Community College Foundation. KCC is an institution that never sleeps; this year’s report illustrates that fact once again. On behalf of the College and the Foundation, I thank you for your interest in higher education and invite you to examine this report to gain insight into how we’re evolving organizationally, how we’re guiding students smoothly into their academic and career pathways and how we’re playing a central role in developing successful workers for well-paying jobs in the communities we serve. In the past year alone, we helped hundreds of people learn advanced skills that landed them a new job or a pay raise. We also received national recognition for our service-learning program and statewide recognition for our dedication to employee wellness. Simultaneously, we provided rigorous academic instruction to some 10,500 students who span an enormous range of interests and intentions. Throughout 2016-17, KCC extended options for high school students to take college courses as dual enrolled and early college students. We added course offerings, aligned schedules, offered discounted tuition rates and created additional capacity for teenagers to begin their KCC journeys while they’re still in high school. Not only are they receiving an excellent education at KCC, they are jump-starting their college careers and saving thousands of dollars. Also this past year, the College and Foundation acted strategically to acquire new grant money from private and public sources to pay for services, programs and facilities that we know will benefit our students today and in the future. To cite two examples, we recently expanded our Center for Diversity and Innovation, which is working to create a more equitable and inclusive Battle Creek, and began the demolition and replacement of our Miller Physical Education Building for modern instructional and athletic purposes. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating the milestones and achievements that comprised KCC’s 60th year and continue to support us as we serve the educational interests of people across Calhoun, Barry and Branch counties.

Mark P. O’Connell President, Kellogg Community College

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THE YEAR IN REVIEW

2016 2017 JULY

RMTC expands, additional funding announced The 2016-17 academic year at KCC launched with a brand new, 8,400-square-foot addition at the College’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center. The $2.75 million expansion was designed to accommodate the current and future employment training needs of area students and manufacturers who look to KCC to provide a variety of courses, certifications and degree programs in the industrial trades. The new RMTC space was made possible through funds provided by KCC’s voter-approved capital millage and more than $1.6 million from the Battle Creek Tax Increment Finance Authority. Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder toured the new addition on June 30 immediately before announcing $2.2 million in capital outlay funding to support a total of $4.3 million worth of additional renovations and upgrades coming to the RMTC in the near future.

(above) Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, left, tours the RMTC’s new addition with KCC President Mark O’Connell, center, and RMTC Director Tom Longman. (left) RMTC expansion

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KCC hosts Registration Open House Dozens of current and future KCC students were able to complete all or part of the enrollment processes they needed to start fall classes at KCC at KCC’s third annual Registration Open House on July 16. The event offered participants financial aid assistance, placement testing, academic advising and onsite registration services in addition to free food, prize giveaways, information about KCC degrees and certificates and an opportunity to win a tuition voucher for three credit hours at KCC.

KCC launches Bruin Youth Programming During the summer of 2016, KCC launched a robust initiative focused on connecting area youth — from first grade through 12th grade — with experiences related to fitness and career exploration. Bruin Youth Programming, administered through the College’s Lifelong Learning Department, expanded upon existing offerings of sports camps and the Bruin Bots robotics club to such areas as entrepreneurship, law enforcement, firefighting and emergency services.

AUGUST KCC receives $50,000 DENSO grant for manufacturing equipment KCC received a one-year, $50,000 DENSO North America Foundation grant in August to purchase new manufacturing equipment that supports student learning and worker training in Battle Creek. The grant was the fourth DENSO Foundation grant awarded to KCC to fund new manufacturing equipment at the College since 2013.

(above, from left to right) Mary George, Community Relations Specialist for DENSO Manufacturing Michigan, Inc.; RMTC Director Tom Longman; DMMI President Andris Staltmanis; and DMMI Communications Manager Sarah Frink. (right) Bruin Youth programming Career Exploration CPR instruction.

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Continental Pastries & Deli begins food service at KCC Battle Creek’s own Continental Pastries & Deli became the College’s new food service vendor in August and began service just prior to the start of the Fall 2016 semester. Continental’s menu at KCC is offered primarily at the College’s Bruin Bistro and Mini Café locations on the College’s North Avenue campus in Battle Creek and includes ready-made and made-to-order options in addition to catering.

Fall semester begins with increase in dual-enrolled and early college students KCC’s Fall 2016 semester began Aug. 25 and would ultimately include 6,345 students, including 771 dual-enrolled high school students — a 23% jump in dual-enrolled students year-over-year. The fall semester also included 62 early college students, nearly three times as many early college students as were enrolled at KCC for the Fall 2015 semester.

SEPTEMBER Bruin Scholarship Open raises record $100,000 for student scholarships The KCC Foundation’s 19th annual Bruin Scholarship Open raised a record $100,000 for student scholarships Sept. 8 at Battle Creek’s Binder Park Golf Course. The event included a full roster of 60 teams and more than 130 sponsors and was coordinated by more than 60 members of KCC’s staff and more than three dozen student-athlete volunteers.

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KCC named to 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll KCC was the only community college and one of just 16 colleges and universities in the state to be listed on the 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition an institution can receive for its commitment to community, service-learning and civic engagement. KCC was one of fewer than three dozen community colleges nationwide to make the list, which is administered by the federal Corporation for National & Community Service to recognize higher education institutions for exemplary community service programs and campus/community partnerships. It was the third consecutive year KCC earned the Honor Roll designation.

OCTOBER KCC remembers President Ed Haring In October 2016, the College hosted a celebration of the life of Dr. G. Edward Haring, a former president of KCC, who died Sept. 21, 2016, at the age of 71. Haring worked at KCC for 23 years and served as the institution’s third president from 2004 until his retirement in 2010. Haring had a passion for learning and dedicated his energy to making higher education more accessible and effectively aligned with the changing demands of modern times. Haring, who enjoyed a 32-year career in education, also was a community advocate and leader, working closely with organizations such as United Way and Battle Creek Unlimited. His legacy will continue to impact students and employees in various ways, including through the G. Edward Haring Scholarship Fund and the College’s Employee of the Semester honor, which is named after him.

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KCC wins 8 NCMPR marketing awards KCC’s Public Information and Marketing Department received eight Medallion Awards in October from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations, which represents marketing and public relations professionals at community and technical colleges across the United States and Canada. KCC won awards in categories including Poster Series (Gold); Social Media or Online Marketing Campaign (Gold); Novelty Advertising (Silver); Outdoor Media, Single or Series (Silver); Poster, Division B (Silver); Flier, Single (Silver); Radio Ad, Single (Bronze); and Successful Recruitment or Marketing Program (Bronze).

Thousands on campus for first-ever Bruin Boo! KCC’s first-ever Bruin Boo! event for families drew more than 2,000 community members to the College’s North Avenue campus in Battle Creek on Oct. 27, filling the walkway, Student Center, Kellogg Room and Binda Lobby to capacity with kids excited to collect candy and play games. The event’s success was due in large part to the many KCC volunteers who participated, including dozens of KCC students, employees, administrative staff and board members who volunteered to run candy stations, oversee games and activities like pumpkin carving and cookie decorating, pass out bags, work crowd control and more.

(above) Bruin Boo face painting. (right) Bruin Boo trick-or-treaters pose with Blaze.

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NOVEMBER

KCC celebrates Miller Building history KCC celebrated the history of the College’s 50-yearold Miller Physical Education Building during the season home opening games of the men’s and women’s basketball teams Nov. 5. The celebration event, held in advance of its closure and demolition to make way for a new facility in 2018, included highlights from KCC Athletics over the years; presentations from current KCC coaches; and a display of the contents retrieved from a time capsule installed in the building’s cornerstone in 1966.

College Night in Battle Creek.

Hundreds turn out for Transfer Fair and College Night Hundreds of current and future college students showed up for KCC’s annual Transfer Fair and Calhoun County College Night events Nov. 1 in Battle Creek. The on-campus Transfer Fair for KCC students was held during daytime hours in the College’s North Avenue campus and featured admissions representatives from many four-year colleges and universities. Calhoun County College Night was held at Full Blast in downtown Battle Creek and featured representatives from more than 70 educational institutions and community organizations, including representatives from various branches of the U.S. military and more than a dozen academic departments at KCC.

KCC announces $18,270 donation to United Way KCC announced in December that employees had pledged $18,270 the United Way of the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Region as a result of the College’s annual fall United Way campaign on campus. The campaign included the College’s third annual Chili Cook-Off, which raised an event record of $466.

Opening of the Miller Building time capsule.

DECEMBER Miller Building closes KCC permanently closed the doors of the College’s Miller Physical Education Building in December to prepare the facility for demolition during the Spring 2017 semester.

Dental Hygiene Program renews accreditation KCC’s Dental Hygiene Program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The Commission is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education. Dental hygiene programs are up for accreditation every seven years, and KCC had a site visit for renewal on December 6 and 7, 2016. Accreditation is important, as dental hygiene students must graduate from an accredited program in order to take their board exams to obtain licensure.

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2017

JANUARY KCC receives $30,000 worth of machines from Rosler Metal Finishing KCC students training for industrial trades careers at the College’s RMTC campus can add experience with state-of-the-art finishing equipment to their resumes thanks to the donation of nearly $30,000 worth of machinery from Rosler Metal Finishing. The new equipment, including a vibratory tub finishing machine and a hand blast finishing cabinet, was received in January.

Rosler CEO Bernhard Kerschbaum, left, and RMTC Director Tom Longman shake hands in front of a new vibratory tub finishing machine donated by Rosler.

KCC offers Nursing Assistant training in Hastings KCC for the first time began offering its popular Nursing Assistant Training courses to students at the College’s Fehsenfeld Center in Hastings in January, unveiling a brand new Nursing Assistant Lab at the center during an Open House on Jan. 10. KCC’s Board of Trustees approved a $28,000 expenditure to cover costs of the new lab at its August board meeting, with funds for the necessary equipment and renovations coming from donations designated for the center over the past several years. The new lab, completed during the fall semester, is a 900-squarefeet renovated classroom that houses equipment including several hospital beds, new geriatric-style manikins and other medical equipment for student training.

Spring 2017 semester begins KCC’s Spring 2017 semester began Friday, Jan. 13, and would ultimately include 6,128 students, including 890 dual-enrolled students and 89 early college students. Fehsenfeld Center Nursing Assistant Training lab.

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MARCH

FEBRUARY

KCC Center for Diversity expands thanks to $800,000 grant

KCC Police Academy students at the Calhoun County Polar Punge.

KCC Police Academy raises $7,041 for Special Olympics KCC’s Police Academy raised $7,041 for Special Olympics Michigan as part of the 2017 Kalamazoo and Calhoun County Polar Plunge Feb. 11, the most raised by any of the more than 50 teams participating in the event and a record for the Police Academy, which has participated in the event for several years. More than 150 donors contributed to the cause, supporting nearly two dozen KCC students and employees from the KCC Police Academy who took the plunge into the frigid waters of a pool stationed in the Beer Garden area of Bell’s Eccentric Café in downtown Kalamazoo.

The Center for Diversity and Innovation at Kellogg Community College got a boost in continuing its work promoting racial equity and institutional capacity building in Battle Creek in the form of an $800,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The CDI, which is based on KCC’s North Avenue campus in Battle Creek, formally launched in the spring of 2014, funded by a three-year, $2.1 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The additional funding, effective March 2017 through May 2018, is an extension of the original grant and enabled the CDI to more than double its staff from three to seven employees.

KCC announces new Agricultural Operations Program with MSU KCC announced a new Agricultural Operations Program partnership with MSU on campus March 14 that allows students to earn an Associate in General Studies degree at KCC while simultaneously earning an Agricultural Operations Certificate through MSU, with all coursework completed entirely at KCC. The program is designed to prepare graduates for jobs or further education in agricultural technology fields and formally launched with the Fall 2017 semester.

Signing agreement for the KCC/MSU Agricultural Operations Program partnership.

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KCC launches new Home Care Coding course

KCC a finalist for 2017 Governor’s Fitness Award

KCC launched the first session of a new, fully online 10-credit Home Care Coding Specialty course with an Orientation Session for new students March 20 at the RMTC. Home care coders review patient records and use a computer to assign alphanumeric codes to each diagnosis so that medical providers can report the data appropriately and be reimbursed for medical expenses. The Home Care Coding Specialty course at KCC allows students to complete the 20 required learning modules at their own pace over the course of a single semester and prepares students for the Home Care Coding Specialist – Diagnosis (HCS-D) certification exam offered through the Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance (BMSC).

KCC was recognized as one of three finalists in the Healthy Workplace Award category of the 2017 Governor’s Fitness Awards in April. The Governor’s Fitness Awards, sponsored by the Michigan Fitness Foundation and the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Health and Sports, recognize individuals and communities for their commitment to becoming healthier. The award is bestowed on organizations with “outstanding programs, who help to create best practices for organizations throughout Michigan to replicate,” according to the Governor’s Council and Michigan Fitness Foundation. KCC was recognized with other award nominees at a special Legislative Reception in Lansing and Gala Celebration in Detroit on April 20.

KCC is MiCC Engaged Campus of the Year, students honored KCC was named Michigan Campus Compact’s 2017 Engaged Campus of the Year for the College’s exemplary commitment to community engagement during an MiCC Awards Gala March 23 in East Lansing. The MiCC also honored students Julia Beffrey, of Augusta, and Heather Morse, of Battle Creek, with Commitment to Service awards for their dedication and commitment to community service. The students were among just 29 students statewide to receive the award.

APRIL Physical Therapist Assistant Program reaccredited KCC’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program was reaccredited in April 2017 until 2027. The Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) is the accrediting agency, recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. CAPTE’s role is to assure the quality of physical therapy education students receive at individual institutions. Not only is the quality of education important to students, but graduating from a CAPTE-accredited program is a requirement to sit for the National Physical Therapy Examination. Successfully passing this exam is a component of the licensure process for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants in most states and is mandatory to secure a position and work as a physical therapy clinician. 12

KCC employees and Holtyn representatives at the Govenor’s Fitness Awards Banquet.

KCC launches new Web Design and Development Certificate KCC in April announced a new, 34-credit Web Design and Development Certificate for students interested in digital design. Combining instruction in graphic design principles and fundamental programming skills, the program is designed to prepare students for careers in design working on a variety of digital platforms and devices, including the design of websites and elements for use on smartphones and tablets.

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KCC honors top students at Awards Banquet KCC recognized 38 of the College’s top students with 42 awards at its annual Awards Banquet April 27 at the Battle Creek Country Club. The awards recognized each student’s outstanding achievement in their field of study, with winners selected by the faculty and administrators from the department that corresponds with each award. Awards were also given to the overall outstanding full- and part-time graduates in each of the College’s two academic divisions.

KCC celebrates 60th anniversary with Homecoming Event KCC celebrated the its 60th anniversary with the public at a free, family-friendly KCC Homecoming event April 29 on the College’s North Avenue campus in Battle Creek. Events and activities included carnival games and inflatables; entertainment provided by a DJ; a Club Cup competition featuring current KCC students from various student organizations; an instrument petting zoo and cardio drumming activities provided by the Music Center of South Central Michigan; and the Music Center’s Community Music School 5K Zombie Run/Walk, which began and ended on KCC’s Circle Drive.

MAY Hundreds walk at KCC’s 2017 commencement ceremony KCC celebrated the awarding of 1,147 degrees and certificates at the College’s annual commencement ceremony May 11 at Kellogg Arena in downtown Battle Creek. Nearly 400 graduates participated in the ceremony, which included addresses from KCC staff and trustees as well as remarks from 2017 KCC graduate Emily Brenner and KCC President Mark O’Connell. 13


KCC a finalist for Choose Health Workplace Wellness Award KCC was recognized as one of three finalists for the Battle Creek Area Chamber of Commerce’s Choose Health Workplace Wellness Award in May. The Choose Health Workplace Wellness Award is one of several honors awarded each year as part of the Chamber’s Annual Business Excellence Awards, which “recognize the achievements of successful local businesses, nonprofits, organizations and industry professionals in the greater Battle Creek area for the contributions they make to the growth and prosperity of the local economy,” according to the Chamber. KCC was recognized with other award nominees during an awards ceremony held at the College’s Binda Performing Arts Center on campus in Battle Creek on May 17.

Summer 2017 semester begins KCC’s Summer 2017 semester began Monday, May 15, and would ultimately include 2,960 students.

KCC’s Academic Catalog goes digital KCC in May launched the College’s Academic Catalog in a new, interactive digital format, modernizing and replacing the costlier print versions while in-

creasing accessibility, functionality and convenience and reducing paper usage and waste. The Academic Catalog is one of KCC’s main communication pieces for students, including the latest information about degree and certificate program requirements; course descriptions and prerequisites; information about student admissions, finances, academic records and other important areas of concern for students; and more.

KCC breaks ground on new Miller Physical Education Building Representatives from KCC and the Miller Foundation broke ground May 24 at the construction site of the new Miller Physical Education Building on the College’s North Avenue campus in Battle Creek. When it opens in 2018, the new $10 million Miller Building will be the modernized home of KCC Athletics and Physical Education programming, with dedicated space for the College’s physical education curriculum, a bigger weight and workout room, a bigger gymnasium, dedicated space for KCC Police Academy fitness training, more efficient heating and cooling systems and other modern amenities. The building also will host the home games for KCC’s basketball and volleyball teams. Miller Physical Education building groundbreaking ceremony.

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JUNE KCC’s 60th anniversary culminates with Community Gala KCC’s yearlong celebration of the College’s 60th anniversary culminated June 3 with a Community Gala Celebration on the North Avenue campus. The Gala featured a strolling dinner; a bar offering beer, wine and other beverages; live music; historical displays; stories of KCC students past and present; and more. Additionally, Battle Creek’s own Territorial Brewing Company debuted a brand new beer called Bruin Brew at the event, brewed specifically to celebrate the College’s 60th anniversary.

The Bobby Holly Band and Minor Element were two of the entertainers at the Gala. T HE Y EA R I N RE V IEW

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M-CAM project draws to a close The end of the fiscal year saw KCC nearing the end of a years-long Michigan Coalition for Advanced Manufacturing (M-CAM) project funded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training grant program. The $2.6 million project, which began in October 2013, funded curriculum development, including for KCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Assembly (KAMA) training program; faculty training; career and academic coaching services; job placement and retention supports; and approximately $1 million invested in new technical training equipment at KCC’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center. The M-CAM project, which formally ended in September 2017, served more than 500 unique participants at KCC, mostly through the KAMA program. As M-CAM drew to a close in mid-2017, the College was preparing for the launch of a new grant-funded project with similar aims of connecting unemployed and underemployed workers, in addition to high school students, with the skills and training they need to earn local jobs in advanced manufacturing and other sectors.

Nursing Program pursues national accreditation The KCC Nursing Program last year began seeking national accreditation through the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, preparing for a site visit from the ACEN in September 2017. While the program has maintained ongoing approval by the Michigan Board of Nursing, the optional national accreditation will provide more scholarship opportunities for students and could potentially make graduates more attractive to employers. KCC will receive official notification of the program’s accreditation status in April 2018.

Students in the Advanced Manufacturing Assembly program.

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C A P I TA L

MILLAGE

On Nov. 6, 2012, voters in the KCC tax district renewed a .75-mill capital millage for 15 years to pay for renovations of the College’s aging facilities. KCC has used local millage money to leverage additional local, state and federal funding for renovations and additions at the Binda Performing Arts Center, Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center, Regional Manufacturing Technology Center, Eastern Academic Center and the Miller Physical Education Building.

2013 Binda Performing Arts Center

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2015 Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center

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2016 Regional Manufacturing Technology Center

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2017 Miller Physical Education Building

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* Amounts reflect capital millage expenditures

Architect’s rendering of future Miller Physical Education Building.

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ABOUT

KC C

SERVICE AREA

The KCC service area covers Barry, Branch and Calhoun counties in south central Michigan.

HASTINGS

BARRY COUNTY BATTLE CREEK ALBION

CALHOUN COUNTY COLDWATER

BRANCH COUNTY

TAX DISTRICT The tax district includes most of Calhoun County and small portions of Barry, Branch, Hillsdale, Kalamazoo and St. Joseph counties. Property owners in the tax district contribute directly to KCC’s operating and capital milages.

CAMPUSES Battle Creek North Avenue Campus 450 North Avenue Battle Creek, MI 49017-3397 269.965.3931 Regional Manufacturing Technology Center 405 Hill Brady Road Battle Creek, MI 49037 269.965.4137 Eastern Academic Center 14055 26 Mile Road Albion, MI 49224 517.630.8169 Fehsenfeld Center 2950 West M-179 Highway Hastings, MI 49058 269.948.9500

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Grahl Center 125 Seeley Street Coldwater, MI 49036 517.278.3300

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AREAS OF STUDY Arts, Communication and English Business and Computer Information Technology Teacher Education and Early Childhood Education Health Sciences Manufacturing, Skilled Trades and Applied Technology Science, Mathematics and Engineering Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice

OCCUPATIONAL ASSOCIATE DEGREES Accounting Administrative Assistant Business Management Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology Computer Engineering Technology Computer Engineering Technology – Computer Programming Computer Engineering Technology – Computer Networking Corrections Defense Logistics Dental Hygiene Early Childhood Education Emergency Medical Services Graphic Design Human Services Industrial Electricity and Electronics Industrial Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Industrial Machining Technology Industrial Pipefitting Industrial Robotics Industrial Welding Industrial Technology Law Enforcement Legal Administrative Assistant LPN Advanced Placement Magnetic Resonance Imaging

K ELLOGG COMM UN IT Y COL L EG E

Medical Administrative Assistant Microcomputer Application Specialist Nursing – Full Time Nursing – Part Time Occupational Education Photography and Multimedia Art Physical Therapist Assistant Public Safety Radiography Skilled Trades Word/Information Processing

GENERAL EDUCATION AND TRANSFER ASSOCIATE DEGREES Arts Criminal Justice Elementary Education General Studies International Studies Science Sciences

Entrepreneurship Graphic Design Human Services Technician Industrial Electricity and Electronics Industrial Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Industrial Machine Tool Industrial Pipefitting Industrial Robotics Industrial Technology Industrial Trades Industrial Welding Legal Administrative Assistant Medical Administrative Assistant Microcomputer Applications MOS Master Preparation Music Enrichment Paramedic Sacred Music Web Design and Development Word Processing

CERTIFICATES Accounting Administrative Assistant Art Enrichment Basic Emergency Medical Technician Business Management Computer Programming Corrections English for Enrichment

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Admissions

Athletics

KCC maintains an open admissions policy, meaning admission is granted to anyone who is at least 18 years old and has a high school or general education diploma. Admission also is granted to people younger than 18 through a dual-enrollment process or early college program.

KCC student athletes — approximately 92 per year — participate in five competitive sports: men’s baseball, women’s softball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and women’s volleyball. KCC participates in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association Western Conference and the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 12. KCC spends approximately $319,000 per year on its athletic programs, including salaries, scholarships, operating costs and travel, but a majority of that expense is offset by the tuition that student athletes – many of whom are recruited from outside the KCC tax district – pay for classes at the College.

Financial Aid The College maintains an effective financial aid program of scholarships, grants, campus employment and loans. Financial aid experts guide students through processes, including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), to determine eligibility in a variety of programs, including Pell grants, workstudy and veteran assistance.

Service-learning KCC is committed to the development of students through service-learning and civic engagement and strongly encourages students to gain experience in this field during their time here. The College has developed community partnerships to ensure students obtain meaningful experiences that also meet the needs of the community. Upon completion of service requirements in designated courses, students receive a service-learning endorsement on their academic transcripts.

Early College and Dual Enrollment As of July 2017, KCC had active agreements with 14 school districts to collaborate on the delivery of early college programming, which enables high school students to conveniently complete college coursework over the course of several years at little or no tuition cost. The active agreements include Battle Creek Public Schools, Bellevue Community Schools, Calhoun Area Career Center, Coldwater Community Schools, Eastern Calhoun Early College, Gull Lake Community Schools, Harper Creek Community Schools, Hastings Area School System, Homer Community Schools, Lakeview School District, Pansophia Academy, Pennfield Schools, Quincy Community Schools and Union City Community Schools. In addition to formal early college programs, hundreds of students from dozens of area school districts dual enrolled at KCC in 2016-17.

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Performing and visual arts KCC’s music and theatre faculty guide a sequence of student and community performances each year, including plays, musicals, operas, band concerts and recitals. These performances occur in the Binda Performing Arts Center and the Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center on the Battle Creek campus as well as other locations throughout Calhoun, Barry and Branch counties. Additionally, the College’s art faculty host a series of student and guest exhibits each year featuring a variety of media, including oil paintings, photography and sculpture.

Workforce Solutions KCC delivers cost-effective, innovative and customized workforce development programs to companies and organizations across the service area. Our Workforce Solutions Department designs training and credential programs specifically for businesses and nonprofits in the manufacturing, health care and service sectors. We also offer opportunities through the Michigan New Jobs Training Program, which provides free employee training to eligible employers

Lifelong Learning For students seeking short-term, non-credit courses in a range of topics, KCC’s Lifelong Learning Department offers classes in art, cooking, crafts, technology, fitness, languages and other areas.

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Career preparation KCC’s Career and Employment Services office works with students, alumni and local employers to assist in the placing of our Bruins in local jobs. KCC provides résumé and interview guidance and works with employers to post job openings on the College Central Network, where students can upload résumés and submit applications.

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ONGOING

INITIATIVES Guided Pathways Initiative

In 2015, KCC was accepted into Cohort II of the Guided Pathways Initiative (GPI) with the Michigan Community College Association. KCC formed a Steering Committee to lead the institution’s planning and prioritization, accounting for three project areas: Program Mapping, Student Engagement and Transfer Analysis. With the completion of the Occupational Education maps in 2016-17, the focus on program mapping has shifted to transfer. Thus, the Transfer Analysis and Program Mapping committees have merged into the Transfer Team. A documented mapping process for transfer has been determined with input from Instruction and Student Services. Faculty from across Instruction are working collaboratively with representatives from Advising and other Student Services departments, as well as with representatives from transfer partner universities, to develop transfer maps. In addition, several meetings with faculty and administrators from Western Michigan University have yielded progress toward an articulation agreement between WMU and KCC. Efforts to create transfer maps into some programs at Grand Valley State University are also under way. As part of the GPI, KCC developed a first-year seminar and implemented a career assessment tool and mandatory orientation for new students for Fall 2017.

Strategic Planning

In Summer 2016, the College’s President’s Council launched a strategic planning process designed to involve all aspects of KCC. The Council’s work initially involved a series of work sessions devoted to the analysis of data, a review of KCC’s mission and vision and the development of a strategy to engage employees and students from across the College. The first phase established a framework for the planning; initiated an analysis of KCC’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats; identified factors or drivers leading to change; and determined key strategic areas of focus for the next several years. The second phase, conducted in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017, involved sharing and validating the planning work from phase one with input from KCC employees; mapping strategic areas of focus and setting goals; creating a structured program management process for strategic planning implementation; and identifying project teams to begin the implementation phase in Fall 2017. KCC’s strategic areas of focus are: • Establishing an environment that is equitable and inclusive. • Utilizing our resources effectively for ongoing compliance and sustainability. •

Understanding and developing solutions that respond to community needs.

• Creating a culture of assessment through data driven decision making and defined measures. • Ensuring a student centered focus from enrollment to retention through completion. • Empowering our employees to individually and collectively impact student learning success.

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Building instruction, programming and processes that are both responsive and flexible.

Expanding our capacity for change, innovation and collaboration.

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Higher Learning Commission Accreditation KCC has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and its predecessor, the North Central Association, since 1965. In 2016, the HLC determined that KCC had satisfied all accreditation benchmarks during a review of the College’s progress since the last full accreditation visit in 2011-12. As KCC looks toward the next HLC visit in 2021-22, the College is working to develop a more robust culture of assessment. The College has been accepted into the HLC Assessment Academy, a four-year commitment under which the HLC will provide structure, guidance, and support for development of an institutional assessment plan. Administrators and faculty attended the first of several HLC Assessment Academy workshops in June. They returned to campus with a plan that will lead the College through Program Assessment, General Education Reform and General Education Assessment.

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KC C

TODAY BY THE

NUMBERS

EMPLOYEES STUDENTS

950 employees

10,500 students annually

On an annual basis, KCC employs approximately 950 people on a temporary, part-time or full-time basis. Of those, approximately 300 are full-time employees, including 88.5 faculty positions; another 300 are part-time or adjunct employees; some are student workers; others are temporary or contract employees.

KCC serves approximately 10,500 individual students annually through credit and noncredit programs across the College’s three-county service area. Some students take courses toward a specific degree or certificate while others take courses with the intention of acquiring new skills or transferring credits to universities. Others take courses for personal development or enjoyment.

Students who enrolled at KCC in the Fall 2016 semester % 25.9 First-Time

17.3%

% 82.7 Part-Time

High School

(Dual Enrolled or Early College)

Full-Time

Female

56.5% 24

11.4%

Male

40.5%

Unreported

3%


TUITION AND FEES as of September 2017

HEALTH PROGRAMS TUITION PER FEES PER PER CREDIT HOUR, CREDIT HOUR CREDIT HOUR TOTAL INCLUDING FEES

Residents

$ 107.75 $ 15.00 $ 122.75 $ 215.00

Active Military

$ 107.75 $ 15.00 $ 122.75 $ 215.00

Non-residents

$ 174.75 $ 15.00 $ 189.75 $ 282.00

Indiana Residents

$ 175.75 $ 15.00 $ 190.75 $ 283.00

Out-of-State/International Residents $ 250.00 $ 15.00 $ 265.00 $ 357.25 Industrial Trades Instruction

$ 200.00 $ 15.00 $ 215.00 n/a

K-12 Service Area DE/EC

$ 117.75 $ 15.00 $ 132.75 $ 225.00

Out-of-state

22-24

Campus Attendance North Avenue Campus

35.3%

Online/other

15.6%

RMTC

5.6%

Grahl Center

5.0%

Fehsenfeld Center

1.8%

Eastern Academic Center

Ethnicity

KELLOGG COMM UN IT Y COL L EG E

White 66.8% Black 7.9% Hispanic 4.4% 2 or more races 2.9% Asian-American 1.9% American Indian 0.7% Pacific Islander 0.1% Unknown 15.3%

White

53.4%

Resident

25-29

Unreported

20-21

American Indian Pacific Islander

30-34

Residency

Asian-American

Age

56.2% Resident 38.2% Non-resident 4.7% Out-of-state 0.6% Indiana 0.1% International 0.2% Unknown

2 or more races

18-19

35-39

Indiana / International / Unknown

Hispanic

40-49

11.6% 17 and under 17.5% 18-19 11.7% 20-21 10.2% 22-24 Non-resident 11.7% 25-29 8.4% 30-34 6.9% 35-39 10.2% 40-49 8.1% 50-64 3.8% 65+

Black

65+ 17 and 50-64 under

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT

KCC

STATEMENT OF NET POSITION AS OF JUNE 30 (IN MILLIONS)

2017

2016

2015

Assets Current assets

$ 22.7

Restricted cash

$

7.6

19.3

$ 21.9

Long-term investments 4.9 4.0 2.1 Capital assets — Net

57.7

58.0

56.4

Total assets

92.9

81.3

80.4

Deferred outflows of resources 4.7 4.3 3.5 Total assets and deferred outflows of resources

97.6

$ 85.6

$ 83.9

$

$

Liabilities Current liabilities

$

8.6

9.1

9.9

Noncurrent liabilities

57.2

48.3

46.4

Total liabilities

65.8

57.4

56.3

Deferred inflows of resources 2.5 1.9 3.9

Total liabilities and deferred inflows of resources

68.3

59.3

60.2

Net Position Net investment in capital assets

$ 48.5

$ 50.1

$ 47.4

Expendable restricted for:

Scholarships and fellowships

0.1

0.2

0.2

Capital improvements

2.9

1.7

2.3

Unrestricted (deficit)

(22.2)

Total net position

Total liabilities, deferred inflows, and net position

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29.3

$ 97.6

(25.6) (26.2) 26.3

$ 85.6

23.7

$ 83.9


Operating Revenue — by Source Private grants and contracts

Tuition and fees

Auxiliary

62% Tuition and fees 10% Private grants and contracts 10% Auxiliary 10% Federal grants 2% State grants 6% Other

Federal grants State grants Other

Nonoperating Revenue — by Source State appropriations

Property taxes

42% State appropriations 37% Property taxes 21% Federal Pell Grant

Federal Pell Grant

Operating Expenses — by Source Instruction

Student services

40% Instruction 19% Student services 13% Instructional support 9% Institutional administration 8% Physical plant operations 5% Depreciation 4% Independent operations 2% Public service

Instructional support Institutional administration Physical plant operations Depreciation

KELLOGG COMM UN IT Y COL L EG E

Public service Independent operations

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KC C

FOUNDATION

Back: Joseph Lopez, Mark O’Connell, Steve Claywell, John Dilworth, Erick Stewart, Chad Smith, Dr. John Schwarz, Adam Dingwall, Eric Greene, Matthew Davis, Richard Scott. Front: Vivian Davis, Catherine Yates, Kathy-Sue Vette, Teresa Durham, Jacqueline Hallahan. Not pictured: Jill Booth, Andrew Schweitzer.

The Kellogg Community College Foundation generates and encourages philanthropic giving and manages funds exclusively for KCC to enhance the quality of education while building stronger communities.

Kellogg Community College Foundation Board of Directors Mark P. O’Connell, President Kathy-Sue Vette, Chair Andrew D. Schweitzer, Vice Chair Steve A. Claywell, Secretary Richard M. Scott, Treasurer Jill M. Booth Matthew A. Davis Vivian L. Davis John F. Dilworth Adam R. Dingwall Eric J. Greene Joseph M. Lopez Dr. John J. H. Schwarz Chad W. Smith Erick J. Stewart Catherine A. Yates

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K E L L O G G C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E F O U N D A T I O N

Letter from the KCC Foundation Director Dear Friends, Another KCC Foundation year has come to a close and what a year this has been! In addition to the many activities and fundraising efforts that are part of every Foundation year, this year we helped the college celebrate its 60th Anniversary. The KCC Foundation co-led the 60th Anniversary Planning Committee in several activities that included a special video tribute, a campus and community homecoming event, a photo history exhibit and an outdoor gala that raised funds for student emergency needs. Our annual fundraisers showed great success with the Bruin Scholarship Open yielding a record high of $100,000 in its 19 years of operation. The Bid a Brighter Future Employee Auction and Raffle raised more than $11,000. In addition, the Foundation successfully launched a campaign to raise $45,000 for the college’s new Agriculture Operations Certificate program in partnership with Michigan State University and provided substantial assistance in obtaining a $2.85 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to create and implement innovative, accelerated, credentialed training in order to build a stronger workforce in our community. Foundation total contributions exceeded the prior year by $315,040 (66%) and total net funds exceeded $9 million. Nine new scholarship and project funds were initiated this fiscal year and the Foundation funded $392,000 in scholarships and grants to positively impact student learning. While we laud the results of 2016-2017 with pride, we acknowledge there always is more to do. With your support, the KCC Foundation will continue to strengthen its financial assets, partnerships and outreach efforts. I want to express my gratitude to donors, event sponsors, alumni, faculty, staff, retirees and other individuals who help make the KCC Foundation what it is today. You are the heart and soul of our organization and the reason we can carry out our mission and envision a future where any student who wants to receive an education at KCC has the resources to do so. Thank you for opening doors and changing lives.

Teresa Durham, Executive Director KCC Foundation

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DISTINGUISHED

ALUMNA

First Enrollee — Phyllis Peters Phyllis Peters was first in line — literally — when Battle Creek Community College opened in 1956. Peters, then a 17-year-old graduate of Hastings High School and who already had a diploma from Moody Bible Institute, was the first person to enroll in a new institution that would later become known as Kellogg Community College. And in her two years at BCCC, she took a psychology course that changed the trajectory of her life. She had never learned much about psychology, she said, but became “enamored with it” in college and decided to pursue it as a career. First enrollee, Dr. Phyllis Hart

After graduating with BCCC’s inaugural class in 1958, Peters, who is now Dr. Phyllis Hart, earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Michigan State University, a doctorate in clinical psychology from Northwestern University in Chicago and a master of divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary in California. To call Hart highly educated is an understatement. Hart also has enjoyed a long, successful career as a clinical psychologist, church leader and educator. Over several decades, she treated numerous patients, co-pastored several Presbyterian churches in southern California, directed counseling centers, published a book and two professional articles and taught as an assistant professor of psychology at Fuller Seminary. “I’ve had a wonderful career. I’ve had a great life, no doubt about it,” said Hart, who is retired and living in Oregon. She fondly recalls her two years as a college student in Battle Creek and still keeps tabs on her alma mater through friends and family. “I believe the education at what was then called Battle Creek Community College was excellent,” Hart said. “I’ve had a lot of education and I think my professors at the community college were just excellent.”

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NEW

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Calhoun County Veterans Affairs Scholarship Helps Vets Pay for College Veterans in Calhoun County have one more opportunity to help them pay for college thanks to a new KCC Foundation scholarship from Calhoun County Veterans Affairs. The Calhoun County Veterans Affairs Scholarship, launched in the fall of 2016, awards recipients $500 and was established at KCC by Calhoun County Veterans Affairs due to the organizations’ mutual interest in assisting veterans and their families in the community. Recipients must be KCC students who live in Calhoun County who were discharged honorably or under honorable conditions from a branch of the U.S. military, and must demonstrate financial need. Aaron Edlefson, director of the Calhoun County Veterans’ Affairs office, said higher education is one of many keys to success that can be used by veterans in our community. “It is an honor and a privilege to be able to serve the men and women who have served our country, along with their families,” Edlefson said. “We hope that this scholarship is able to help these men and women be successful in any endeavor they decide to pursue.”

Aaron Edlefson, director of the Calhoun County Veterans’ Affairs office.

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KC C F O U N DAT I O N

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

First-generation college student Albert Van Lal Hruai benefits from KCC Trustee Scholarship Deciding what college or university to attend is not an easy decision for many recent high school graduates, but the answer was clear for Albert Van Lal Hruai. Albert, of Battle Creek, graduated from St. Philip Catholic Central High School in 2016. Coming from a private school background, he chose to attend KCC because it was smaller, closer to home and less expensive than other schools. He started searching and applying for scholarships his junior year of high school with help from a counselor, and was awarded the KCC Board of Trustee Scholarship. The scholarship awards recipients up to $3,500 per year for two years. Albert is pursuing an associate degree in computer networking at KCC, and currently works part-time in the Arts and Communication Department. He plans to transfer to Western Michigan University after graduation and eventually work in business, possibly starting his own as an entrepreneur. “The Trustee Scholarship helped financially, giving me an opportunity to have a higher education and better future,” Albert says. “I am the first generation of my family to go to college, and am really excited for graduation.”

Albert Van Lal Hruai, KCC Trustee Scholarship recipient.

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Euchari Ganda, Hites Transfer Scholarship recipient.

International student Eucharia Ganda transferred to U of M with help from “amazing” Hites Transfer Scholarship For many college transfer students, making the transition from community college to a university can be daunting, especially when the university is far away from home. For alumna Eucharia Ganda, who transferred to the University of Michigan-Flint after graduating from KCC in 2016, the distance of the journey after KCC was nothing compared to the distance she traveled after high school. Ganda, 25, lived in Italy for more than a decade before coming to Battle Creek to study business administration at KCC. Staying with a cousin studying nursing at the College, Ganda says she had a rough first year. But after getting more involved through service-learning projects like Bruins Give Back, student groups like the Phi Theta Kappa honor society and work on campus as a student working in the Testing & Assessment Center, Ganda found her place at KCC. By the time she graduated from KCC, Ganda had been named Outstanding Business Management Graduate and was one of just two students in her graduating class named to the All-Michigan Academic Team at the College’s annual Awards Banquet in 2016. While at KCC she’d also been recruited for a yearlong internship with the State of Michigan working with a business analyst in Lansing, an experience that led her to pursue that career herself by transferring to U of M to study computer information systems. Ganda has been assisted on her path after KCC as a recipient of the Robert F. Hites Family Scholarship, a transfer scholarship awarded to KCC graduates transferring to four-year schools. The scholarship grants recipients $3,000 each year for two years, for a total of $6,000. When she found out she received the scholarship, “It was huge news,” Ganda says. “I immediately called my friends back home and said, you won’t believe this! Look at what I got! It was a huge relief.” Without the help of the Hites scholarship, Ganda, who works as a resident advisor to help her cover room and board at U of M, says she would’ve had to find other ways to make up the cost of her education, costs which are even higher than they are for many students because she’s an international student with higher tuition rates. “The Hites Scholarship helps a lot,” Ganda says. “It’s amazing.” With the scholarship boost from the KCC Foundation, Ganda plans to graduate from U of M in 2019 and go wherever her career takes her, closer to home or abroad. “Business is everywhere,” Ganda says. KCC FOUN DATI ON

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PROGRAM

INITIATIVE

GRANTS

KCC Foundation Program Initiative Grants support campus projects that impact student learning and success. Applications from Kellogg Community College faculty, staff and retirees are accepted twice a year and must demonstrate the following: • Improve design, delivery and assessment of curricula or services • Re-design KCC services to increase learner success • Cultivate campus environment to promote full development of KCC employees, with a strong shared purpose of work and learning • Support learning and increase efficiency of systems and processes through progressive application of technological tools

Student using the new drawing tablet in the graphic design lab.

• Support responsible financial resources to the benefit of the College

Drawing Tablets for Graphic Design, Photography and Animation

2016-2017 College Projects Supported by the KCC Foundation

These computer input devices enable students to hand draw images, animations, and graphics with a special pen-like stylus on the surface of a tablet, similar to the way a person draws images with a pencil and paper, which immediately transfers to the computer/application as a drawing.

Brain Specimen With the purchase of a permanently donated brain specimen from the University of Michigan, students can increase their understanding of the human brain, its function and its structure.

Campus-Wide Recycling Improvements This recycling and green energy improvement project was initiated, planned and implemented by the Phi Theta Kappa Student Honor Society at Kellogg Community College for their annual college project. This award was used to purchase aesthetically-pleasing and functional recycling bins to help improve recycling awareness and consistency at all college locations. PTK partnered with the Sustainable Environment Student Organization and also received financial support from the Battle Creek Community Foundation, Calhoun County and Kellogg Community College to complete the project.

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Mathematics Calculators An important tool in the classroom, the purchase of TI-nspire CX CAS calculators helps all levels of students from developmental through advanced mathematics by allowing the added support of seeing the connections between the concepts both graphically and algebraically.

Nurse Tim Subscription Provides 12 months of unlimited access to 100+ live and recorded webinars to assist both full time and part time KCC nursing faculty in improving the educational experience for students.

TopHat Learning Platform TopHat is an innovative and interactive classroom learning platform that utilizes students’ cell phones, tablets or computers and enables embedding customized Open Educational Resources from various providers.


SPECIAL

EVENTS

The KCC Foundation hosts several events each year supporting scholarship students and thanking generous donors and members of the KCC community.

Bruin Scholarship Open On September 9, 2016, 240 golfers, 138 sponsors and 100 KCC employees, volunteers and students helped raise a record-setting $100,000 for the Foundation’s scholarship program. Binder Park Golf Course provided the ideal setting for “start from your cart” service, super scramble golf, lunch, dinner, gift bags, raffles, game holes, putting contest and more. Since 1998, this signature Foundation event has cultivated close to $1 million dollars for scholarships that have provided significant support to countless of students.

Donors & Scholars Celebration On October 26, 2016, more than 220 scholarship recipients, donors, KCC Board of Trustees, KCC Foundation Board Members and KCC employees came together to express gratitude, honor the generosity of donors, and to meet student awardees. Annually, the Foundation sponsors this special occasion where student stories are shared and donors see the positive impact of their financial gifts.

Bid a Brighter Future Tropical Paradise was the theme of the 2017 employee auction and raffle held in the Binda Performing Arts Center on January 5. In addition to the traditional silent auction, prize and 50/50 raffle, the event included a Lucky Key raffle for weekend trips in Michigan, a Jeans Day Fridays campaign, special parking spaces, games and more. More than $11,000 was raised to support student needs adding to the over $100,000 raised by employees since the event began in 2006.

From top: KCC Foundation Bruin Scholarship Open; students at the annual Donors and Scholars Celebration; KCC employees browse the silent auction at the annual Bid a Brighter Future.

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STARFISH AWARDS The KCC Foundation’s Starfish Awards recognize KCC faculty, staff and administrators for their significant contributions to education. For the past 19 years, the KCC Foundation has asked graduating KCC students to nominate KCC employees who have made a difference in their lives. In 2017, five winners were selected from among the nominees and were presented with a Starfish Award during the College’s annual Commencement Breakfast held May 11 at Kellogg Arena.

Pictured above: Starfish Award winner and Financial Aid Technician Lola Long; KCC President Mark O’Connell; student nominator Diana Campbell; student nominator Micheal Bartok; Starfish Award winner and former Student Success Strategies Manager Amy Shreve; student nominator Heather Morse; Starfish Award winner and Dental Hygiene Professor Stacey Schramm; student nominator Rebecca Swarthout; Starfish Award winner and English Professor Elyse Jozlin; Starfish Award winner and Mathematics Professor Marcus Anderson; KCC Foundation Executive Director Teresa Durham. Not pictured: student nominator Thiang Kuk.

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KCC FOUNDATION

FINANCIAL STATEMENT BALANCE SHEET

May 31, 2017

May 31, 2016

$ 2,014,741

$ 1,533,930

Assets Cash equivalents

Investments (Note 2) 7,388,768 Contributions receivable

Total assets

55,000

6,849,137 10,000

$ 9,458,509

$ 8,393,067

$

$

Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities

Payable to Kellogg Community College

Deferred revenue

Total liabilities

431,308

461,632

4,445

—

435,753

461,632

Net Assets

Unrestricted 2,406.085 2,201,156

Temporarily restricted 2,499,738

1,538,030

Permanently restricted

4,116,933

4,192,249

Total net assets 9,022,756

7,931,435

Total liabilities and net assets

$ 9,458,509

$ 8,393,067

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Scholarship and Program Funds of the KCC Foundation AMBUCS Veterans Scholarship

Arthur J. and Lucille B. Finley Gold Key Scholarship

American Legion Post 54 Nursing Scholarship

First Presbyterian Church Scholarship

American Sign Language Scholarship

Firekeepers Local Revenue Sharing Board Scholarship

Dr. Norman O. Amos Memorial Scholarship

Andrew and Ethel Ford Memorial Scholarship

Carl Angelo Annual Baseball Scholarship

Vera Forrest Memorial Scholarship

Mary R. Angelo “Last Pitch� Memorial Scholarship

Sheldon B. Frank Scholarship

Aspiring Journalist Scholarship

Franke Family Gold Key Scholarship

Bernita Bartlett Nursing Scholarship

Leo F. and Eleanor R. Frey Memorial Scholarship

Battle Creek Society of Artists Scholarship for Fine Arts

Alta Greene Memorial Nursing Scholarship

Edward P. and Kathryn M. Bellas Scholarship

Ernestine Greenman Memorial Scholarship

Beta Sigma Phi Ann Grassman Memorial Scholarship

Richard T. Groos Scholarship

Sara L. Bilecke Memorial Scholarship

Ethel Gross Gold Key Scholarship

Marie E. Billeter Fine Art Scholarship

Mick Haley Volleyball Scholarship

Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Scholarship for Fine and Performing Arts

Murl E. and Mary R. Hammond Scholarship

Elizabeth H. Binda Gold Key Scholarship

Dr. G. Edward Haring Memorial Scholarship

Elnora A. Bowers Scholarship

Drew J. Haring Memorial Scholarship

Robert L. and Lois H. Brenner Memorial Scholarship

Walter and Lucille Harper Transfer Scholarship for KCC Graduates

Al Brown Memorial Scholarship

Amyiah J. Harris Memorial Scholarship

C.O. Brown Memorial Scholarship

Hastings City Bank Scholarship

Wilda E. Brown Piano Scholarship

David Haylock Memorial Scholarship

William Brown Memorial Music Scholarship

Joseph J. Hempel Memorial Scholarship

John M. and Emilia J. Burke Memorial Scholarship

Virginia M. Hensley Gold Key Scholarship

Calhoun County Veterans Affairs Scholarship Doris Olive Campbell Nursing Scholarship

Virginia M. Hensley Education or Health Care Transfer Scholarship for Highest Achieving KCC Graduate

Cereal City Sunrise Rotary Club September 11th Memorial Scholarship

Cynthia Herbrandson and Kathy Mann Allied Health Scholarship Emmett Herrington Memorial Scholarship

James E. Cook Endowed Scholarship

Robert F. Hites Transfer Scholarship for the Highest Achieving KCC Graduate

Kim R. Cortright Memorial Scholarship Phillip G. and Bonnie S. Cortright Endowed Scholarship Sidney V. DeBoer Memorial Scholarship

Earl and Lyliene Hoehne Scholarship Mildred E. Hoover Memorial Scholarship

Sidney V. DeBoer Science Fund

Jackson Dental Scholarship

Robert and Eleanor DeVries Fund for the Visual and Performing Arts

Lela M. Karcher Memorial Scholarship KCC Alumni Scholarship

Deborah A. Dilworth Memorial Scholarship

KCC Art Department Scholarship

Leonard W. and Dorotha C. Dott Memorial Scholarship

KCC Beyond Tuition Fund

Eldon and Emma Draime Memorial Scholarship

KCC Foundation Bid a Brighter Future Fund

Lindsay B. Draime Business Scholarship

KCC Early Childhood Education Innovations Fund

Lindsay B. Draime Gold Key Scholarship

KCC Endowment Fund

Melvin H., Doris A. and Fovette E. Dush Gold Key Scholarship

KCC Foundation Art on Campus Initiative Fund

Emegency Medical Services (EMS) Scholarship

KCC Foundation Bruin Open Fund

Sally Faggan Memorial Scholarship

KCC Foundation General Scholarship

Finkbeiner Business Scholarship

KCC Foundation Program Initiative Fund

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KCC Graphic Design Scholarship

Nicholas and Rose V. Offenbacher Memorial Scholarship

KCC Human Anatomy and Physiology Fund

Dr. Paul R. Ohm Technology Scholarship

KCC Industrial Welding Scholarship

Dr. Paul and Sharon Ohm Gold Key Scholarship

KCC ITC Project - 21st Century Building Fund

Jim Owens Memorial Industrial Trades Scholarship

KCC/MSU AG Operations Certificate Scholarship

Lois Pennock-Brown Maple Valley Student Scholarship

KCC Music Department Scholarship

Kimiko Petersen Annual Fine Arts Award Fund

KCC Trustees Endowment Fund

John V. Phares Memorial Scholarship

KCC Veterans “Lest We Forget” Scholarship

Richard S. (Clair) Poole Memorial Scholarship at the Battle Creek Community Foundation

KCC Visual and Performing Arts Scholarship Diane and John Kellogg Education Scholarship John Harvey Kellogg Memorial Scholarship KFA/Steven R. Severin Memorial Scholarship Dr. William and Mrs. Helen Kirkland Memorial Scholarship Rita M. Kline Memorial Scholarship Bridget Korpela Scholarship Franklin E. Kuhn Memorial Scholarship Lois E. Kuhn Memorial Scholarship John G. Lane Industrial Electronics Memorial Scholarship Lois L. Lane Early Childhood Education Scholarship Lawrence Family Scholarship Douglas A. and M. Christine Leatherman Scholarship Lifelong Learning Institute Operational Fund Lifelong Learning Institute Scholarship in Honor of G. Edward Haring L. Michael and Karla Love Scholarship Marshall Lions Club Memorial Scholarship Marshall Opportunity School Scholarship Rose M. Martin Memorial Scholarship Jean Masters Memorial Adult Scholarship McCauley Family Scholarship Hugh McPherson Memorial Scholarship Mary McQuiston Nursing Scholarship David Melges Memorial/Raymond James Scholarship Melges Family Scholarship Pattricia Miller Scholarship for KCC Police Academy Dr. Keith L. Morrill, D.D.S. Dental Hygiene Clinic Fund Mary C. Morris LRC Endowment Fund Dr. Donald B. Morrison Memorial Scholarship Judy Ann Mullens Memorial Scholarship Never Too Late Scholarship Nursing Alumni Scholarship Mark P. O’Connell Family Scholarship KCC FOUNDATIO N

Practical Nursing Scholarship Public Service Careers Scholarship QIRT Home Health Care Coding Scholarship Rincôn-McCaleb Family Scholarship ROBBEN Scholarship Beatrice E. Rosenbaum Nursing Scholarship Seeds for Success Scholarship Bertha and Marjorie Smith Scholarship Dr. C.M. Spencer Scholarship STARR Early Childhood Education Scholarship Susan L. Stetler Scholarship for Nontraditional Students Jill Stewart Scholarship for Grahl Center Students Southwest Michigan Rehabilitation Foundation Physical Therapy Assistant Scholarship Marjorie Storkan Tompert Memorial Scholarship Donald J. Taft Memorial Scholarship Bryan R. Thomas Memorial Scholarship Robert B. Thomson Memorial Scholarship Floyd W. Tyler Memorial Scholarship Union Electric Scholarship Watson H. Vanderploeg Memorial Scholarship Verrette Family Scholarship Lewis Weimer Family Scholarship Kay White Memorial Nursing Scholarship Dr. Richard F. Whitmore Memorial Scholarship Danette Wilkins Memorial Scholarship Maxine V. Williams Memorial Scholarship W.R. Wooden Memorial Scholarship Frank and Elizabeth Zanetti Scholarship at the Battle Creek Community Foundation Santo and Maria Zanetti Capital improvement Fund Santo and Maria Zanetti Scholarship Edward Zentera Music Man Scholarship

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KCC Foundation Donors

June 1, 2016 - May 31, 2017

The KCC Foundation recognizes and appreciates the generous support of the following donors whose gifts of money, goods or services were received from June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2017. Through special events, employee pledging, and annual giving campaigns, these individuals, businesses, foundations, and organizations help make the continued fulfillment of our mission possible. While every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy in this report, errors are possible. Please forgive any omission and call 269-965-4161 to make corrections. Thank you. Alfresco Home & Garden Boutique Allegra Battle Creek Allied Eagle Supply Larry and Susan Anderson Gene Andrews Kimberlee Andrews-Bingham Dana Angeletti Arthur & Judy Angood Arc of Calhoun County Karel Asbury Atlas Sales Auto Cam - NN Don and Dianne Backus Marvin Baker Michael and Pamela Baker Ballard Benefit Works John and Bridgette Banks Charles Bard Barn Theatre School for Advanced Theatre Training Dean Barnum Battle Creek Area Chamber of Commerce Battle Creek Community Foundation Battle Creek Enquirer Battle Creek Field of Flight and Air Show Battle Creek Glass Works Battle Creek Society of Artists Battle Creek Tile & Mosaic James and Paula Bauer William and Sharon Beal Tracy Beatty Mike and Maggie Beckwith Bendzinski & Co. Municipal Finance Advisors Angela Bess Kathy Bess Best Buy Battle Creek Chuck and Terri Bidelman Paul and Christina Biltimier Binder Park Golf Course Binder Park Zoo Clair and Sally Bishop Jamie Bishop BlueOx Credit Union BluFish Consulting Dr. Dennis Bona Dave and Rosie Bond Daniel and Diana Bonfiglio Mark and Jill Booth Russell and Micki Bortell Bosker Brick Bracy & Jahr Jackie Braman Helen Branch Brass Band of Battle Creek Roberta Brawley Martha Breitwieser Shane Bresson Michele Brettmann Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 2 Bridge Structural Ornamental & Reinforcing Iron Workers Local 25

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BrightView Landscape Services Bronson Battle Creek Frank and Susan Brooks Robert and Patricia Brown Barry and MJ Bruns Debra Buck Barbara Burdick Burtrum Fur Calhoun County Veterans Affairs Marcia Campbell Julie Camp-Seifke Canteen Services Gary and Donna Cantrell Carewell Services Philip and Joan Carey Helga Carpenter Tom and Sandy Carpenter Cascarelli’s Dr. Gerald Case-Blanchard Patrick Casey John and Helyn Castle Catalina Charitable Foundation CDWG Cereal City Advertising Chemical Bank Thomas and Darlene Chisholm John and Heather Chmiel Carolyn Christ Christian Fellowship Bible Church of Marshall Citizens Supporting Senator Mike Nofs Clara’s on the Rive Steve and Amanda Claywell Angela Cleveland Janette Coday Tom and Diana Cole Ronald Coller Joanne Colyn JJ Combs Kevin and Susan Concannon Continental Pastries and Deli Brenton and Susan Cook Cook-Jackson Company Amanda Cope Cornwell’s Turkeyville USA Courtyard by Mariott Kelli Cowell Anna Cox Sharon Crandal Tom Crapisi Frank and Rosemary Craven Deborah Crawford Cronin Foundation CSE Morse CTI Mechanical CTS Telecom Current Electric Mark & Margaret Curtis Sonya Curtis Dr. Chester and Brenda Dalski Ben Damerow

Dark Horse Brewing Company Tom Davidson Arthur and Vivian Davis James and Rita Davis Jon and Kari Davis Kelly and Carole Davis Ronald Davis Benjamin and Connie Dawe Julie Dawes Dr. Ray Debruler Kate DeGraaf Robert and Eleanor DeVries John and Dr. Marianne Di Pierro Brandon and Emily Dilworth John Dilworth Ross and Kathy Dingwall DK Security Dic Doumanian John and Debbie Dowdle Lindsay Draime Stephen and Deborah Duerst Rose Dulaney Duncan Aviation Bill and Kathryn Dunham Gordon Dunn Thomas and Irma Dunton Hon. Samuel and Teresa Durham Kevin Durkin E2W Engineering Jim Eash Eaton Richard and Carole Edmonds Edward Jones, David Hoppe Paul Edwards Pam Edwards-Foy Eisele Family Foundation Janis Emery Deborah Ensign Ermish Travel Casey Fairley Julia Faist Gary and Karla Fales Kaytee Faris Fifth Third Securities FireKeepers Casino Hotel Fisher Spiegel Kunkle and Gerber, Chad Smith Jay and Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick Flagstar Bank Ryan and Stacy Flathau Matt and Rebecca Fleury FlexFab Horizons International Yanira Flores Elizabeth Fluty Tonya Forbes Stevie Foreman Scott and Bree Franke Franke Family LLC Taylor and Kaitlyn Fraser Norman and Mary Anne Frey Linda Freybler


Susan Fuchs Brad and Leslie Fuller Stanley & Roberta Gagnon Steve and Rebecca Gallimore Ron and Robin Garberick Joseph Garrett MaryJo Garrett Wendell and Helen Gates GDI Omni Gilmore Car Museum Becky Goodwin Andrea Grant-Friedman Graphix2Go Eric and Julie Greene Jeff and Deb Greger Henry Grubb George and Marijke Guerin Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation Patricia Halder Dr. Lynne Haley Melinda Hall Hon. John and Ellen Hallacy Jackie Hallahan Alfred and Pauline Hamady Natalie Hammond Reba Harrington Brenda Hart Hastings City Bank Brandon Haynes Barbara Hays Win Theu Hein HelpNet Employee Assistance Program Danaisa Henderson Cynthia Herbrandson Heritage Chevrolet Tanya Hilliker Hoekstra Roofing Company Brian Hoffman Hoffman Brothers Holtyn & Associates Jan Horton Brenda Howard Hub International, John Avery Troy Huggett Robin Hunter Scott and Stacey Hunter Hunter-Prell Company Drew and Kimberly Hutchinson IBEW Local 445 LMCC International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 1M Linda Iriel J.E.C.K.S. Fund at the Battle Creek Community Foundation Jack Pearl’s Team Sports Dr. Alice Marie Jacobs J-ad Graphics Catherine James Gwyn James Mary Jardins Mark and Kathryn Jarvie Nicole Jewell JoAnne Amos Living Trust Lisa Johnson Viola Johnson KCC FOUNDATIO N

John Jones Kathy Jones Elyse Jozlin K Drive Greenhouse Dr. Janis Karazim KCC Criminal Justice Department KCC Jazz Band KCC OIT Department John and Dr. Kay Keck Karen Keese John and Diane Kellogg* Kellogg Faculty Association Elizabeth Kerlikowske King Jewelers Dan and Jamie Kline Knappen Milling Company Knight Watch Nick and Rita Koenigsknecht Marjorie Kool Randall and Patricia Kopf Patricia Korest Craig and Bridget Korpela Kyle and Monica Kracht Linn and Colleen Kracht Judith Kraft Rowe Tim Krueger Karen Kulhanek Rick and Linda Kyle Laborers’ Local 355 Kellie LaDuke Corey and Brenda LaGro Lisa Larson Lakeview Card and Gift Ted Lancaster Kerri Langdon Ken and Dawn Larsen Eric Laskovy Todd and Nancy Lassen Count Laws Vivian Laws-Ritter Susan Leask Jane Lehmann Normand and Ann Lemaire Lewis Paper LifeCare Ambulance Service Cindy Lingbeek Bridgette Lingon Naomi Livengood Rollie Longman Tom Longman L. Michael and Karla Love Lowe’s Matt and Amanda Lynn Nathan and Dr. Donna Malaski Mark Malcuit Malia Mediterranean Bistro Doug and Kathy Mann Robert and Geraldine Mann Lawrence and Shirley Manning Jim and Cynthia Manring Marshall Community Credit Union Marshall Community Foundation Marshall Lions Club MarxModa Jerry and Fran Marz

Ilene Masters Mathison/Mathison Architects Dr. Russell and Lou Ann Mawby Jack and Norma Mawdsley MC Sports Jeff and Nan McBain Dr. Colin McCaleb Tim and Cecilia McCaleb Walt and Marilyn McCauley Anthony and Teri McCrumb McGraw Hill Companies Robert and Betsy McInnis Charlotte McIvor Eugene McKay III Holly McKee James and Lee McKernan Tonie McMaster Mega-Bev Melges Group of Raymond James Tammy Meyer Midwest Communication Services Carol Miller Chris and JoAnne Miller Janet Miller Kimberly Miller Pattricia Miller Robert Miller Sharon Miller Miller Foundation Miller, Canfield, Paddock & Stone Thomas and Teresa Mohl Natala Mohl * Margaret Montet DesJardins Donald Montgomery Kim Montney Kevin Moody Dorothy Moore Kevin and Kathleen Moore Betty Moorehead William and Ruth Morgan Dr. Keith Morrill Lee Moser Sharon Moss Motor Shop Electrical Construction Mr. Don’s Restaurant Brenda Murphy Music Center of South Central Michigan MV Sport Randy and Carlene Myers John and Edna Myers Elizabeth Neumeyer Kathy Newton Walter Nichols Oaklawn Hospital Mark and Janet O’Connell Patrick and Belinda O’Donnell Dr. Paul and Sharon Ohm Mark Olmstead Omni Community Credit Union Otis Elevator Outdoor Landscape and Supplies Emily Owens Britney Owens Panera Bread Battle Creek Michael Papke

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Tha Par Pastrami Joe’s Emily Patterson Debbie Paul Pepsico Dr. Martha Perkins Abbie Pero Jerry and Janet Petersen* Martin Phelps Shaun and Yanny Phillips Jennifer Philp Daniel and Cydnea Pierce Marc and Rebecca Pierce Plante Moran PNC Bank Heather Pontius Post Community Credit Union Post Consumer Brands Sharon Powell Rodney Price Quality In Real Time Dr. Kevin and Karen Rabineau Christoper Ratford Redman Agency/MEEMIC Insurance Judy Reed Sara Reed Timeaka Reese Regional Council of Carpenters Local 525 Regional Manufacturing Technology Center Jeanne Reid Dr. Michele Reid Jennifer Reimer Lisa Rench Robert Reynolds Daniel Rimkus Robert Rimkus Vicki Rivera Rivers Edge Jamie Roberts Jim and Ali Robertson Rachel Roelof Penny Rose Tom Rose Rosemary Davis Realtors Jon Rosenbaum Christien and Jennifer Rupp Steve and Karen Rutenber Barbara Ryan William and Vicki Ryan Matthew and Becky Samra Schneider Electric Stacey Schramm Schroeder DeGraw, PLLC Charles and Sally Schuckel Ruth Schulz Dr. John J.H. Schwarz Drew and Stacy Schweitzer Schweitzer, Inc. Rick and Kelli Scott Roger and Eunice Scott Seasonal Grille C. Robert Secrist Jon and Kami Seeberger Scott Seppala Matonya Seuell Lisa Shanks Esther Shaw Thomas and Kathy Banfield Shaw

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Tom and Lory Shaw Cynthia Shell Sherman Lake YMCA David and Julia Shouldice Shouldice Electrical Amy Shreve Sidney V. DeBoer Trust Siena Heights University Lillie Simmons Roderick Simmons Simonds Team of Hilliard Lyons Mary Rose Simons Tim and Vickie Sleevi Norma Sly Craig and Diane Smith Graham Smith Dr. Jennifer Smith Lynn Smolarkiewicz Randi Somers Gary and Catherine Sonneville South Central Michigan AFL-CIO Southern Exposure Herb Farm Southern Michigan Bank & Trust Southwest Michigan Building & Construction Trades Council Southwest Michigan Rehabilitation Foundation Bernie and Becky Squires Standard Printing & Office Supply Bernie and Becky Stankewicz Charles and Gloria Starcevich State Farm John Chimiel State Farm Tal Gearhart Station 66 Joanna Stelloh-Phelps John and Patti Stetler Susan Stetler * Stetler-Piper-Vanderveer Family Fund at the Battle Creek Community Foundation Martha Stilwell Charlie and Kristen Stolz George Stone Sarah Stout Clark and Trudy Strader Strong Products Barbara Sudeikis Robert and Lindsay Swanson Sweetwater’s Donut Mill Linda Tafolla Dr. Shawn Talbot Tenneco Marshall Territorial Brewing Company Liia Thatcher The Final Clue Georgina Thomas Richard and Diane Thompson Terry and Julie Tindol Roy Tooke Townsquare Media Trane West Michigan Tree House Private Brands Troxell Communications Troy Huggett Fitness Center U.A. of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 333 UAW Local 1294 UAW Region 1D Union Electric

United Way of the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Region Dwight and Deborah Upston Sam and Joan Van Boven Stan and Leigh Van Tiem Holly VanDam Chris VandenBerg Vicki VanDenBerg Eugene and Margaret Verrette Patty Verrette Terry and Kathy-Sue Vette Faith Vruggink Sanchez W.K. Kellogg Foundation Walbridge James and Judy Warren Danny Webb Tom Webster Leo and Marilyn Weeks Alma Weimer Kenneth and Debra Weimer Timothy and Liam Wendt Brian Wensauer Dr. Paula Westdorp Leon White Tracy White Craig and Susan Whitmore Dennis Wilkins Jonathan Williams Peter Williams Robert and Vicki Wolf Tracy Wood Brooke Woodstock Bob and Chris Worgess Worgess Insurance Agency Dennis and Colleen Wright Catherine Yates Yelton Manor Bed & Breakfast Anne Yerby Karen Yost-Suggs Beth Young Laura Young Adam and Joann Youngman Thomas and Linda Youngren Frankie Zanetti John and Ann Zanetti Sophie Zaplitny Terah Zaremba Jorge Zeballos Edward and Ruth Zentera * Robert and Jane Ziemer David and Mary Zirkle * Individuals who have included Kellogg Community College in their future estate planning

Matching Gift Programs Miller Foundation Dr. Paul and Sharon Ohm W.K.Kellogg Foundation Robert and Eleanor DeVries Dr. Russell and Lou Ann Mawby


2016-2017 Memorials and Honorariums JoAnne Amos Helga Carpenter Carolyn Christ Alfred and Pauline Hamady Jan Horton Rollie Longman Janet Miller Jeanne Reid Barbara Ryan Randi Somers Sam and Joan Van Boven Laura Young Sophie Zaplitny Mary Angelo Russell and Micki Bortell Eric Laskovy Therese Bachor O’Brien Margaret Montet DesJardins Naomi Barber Elizabeth Neumeyer Earl Beauford Toney Robert and Geraldine Mann Wilda Brown Robert and Patricia Brown Juanita Cowles Robert and Geraldine Mann Christopher Craft Hon. Samuel and Teresa Durham Sidney DeBoer Martha Breitweiser Deborah Dilworth Brandon and Emily Dilworth John Dilworth Judith Kraft Rowe Ken and Dawn Larsen Jonathan Williams David and Mary Zirkle Kaelynn, Elissa Liam, Eisele and Alexis Buckner Eisele Family Foundation Ron Fretz Elizabeth Neumeyer Leo and Eleanor Frey Norman and Mary Anne Frey Dr. G. Edward Haring Larry and Susan Anderson Chuck and Terri Bidelman Paul and Christina Biltimier Dave and Rosie Bond Robert and Patricia Brown Benjamin and Connie Dawe John Dilworth Hon. Samuel and Teresa Durham Richard and Carole Edmonds Janis Emery Dr. Lynne Haley KCC FOUNDATIO N

Dr. G. Edward Haring (continued) Jackie Hallahan Dr. Alice Marie Jacobs Viola Johnson Karen Keese Dan and Jamie Kline Ted Lancaster Jane Lehmann Jerry and Fran Marz Walt and Marilyn McCauley Robert and Betsy McInnis Carol Miller Miller Foundation John and Edna Myers Elizabeth Neumeyer Mark and Janet O’Connell Dr. Paul and Sharon Ohm Jerry and Janet Petersen Charles and Sally Schuckel Mary Rose Simons Jennifer Smith Lynn Smolarkiewicz Gary and Catherine Sonneville Peter Williams Thomas and Linda Youngren

Glenda Morling (continued) Jonathan Williams

Walter and Lucille Harper Anonymous

John Phares Clair and Sally Bishop

Amyiah Harris Judy Reed Sara Reed Sarah Stout

Mary Rimkus Marvin Baker Michael and Pamela Baker James and Paula Bauer Michele Brettmann Philip and Joan Carey Catalina Charitable Foundation Tom Crapisi Frank and Rosemary Craven James and Rita Davis John and Debbie Dowdle Stephen and Deborah Duerst Hon. Samuel and Teresa Durham Richard and Carole Edmonds Jay and Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick Scott and Stacey Hunter John and Dr. Kay Keck Dan and Jamie Kline Marjorie Kool Linn and Colleen Kracht Kyle and Monica Kracht Rick and Linda Kyle Todd and Nancy Lassen Jeff and Nan McBain Walt and Marilyn McCauley Tammy Meyer Miller Foundation Thomas & Teresa Mohl Kevin and Kathleen Moore William and Ruth Morgan Randy and Carlene Myers Mark and Janet O’Connell Dr. Paul and Sharon Ohm Daniel Rimkus Robert Rimkus Schneider Electric Roger and Eunice Scott Jon and Kami Seeberger David and Julia Shouldice Charles and Gloria Starcevich

Kim Hayes Elizabeth Neumeyer Howard Hoeksema JoAnne Amos Living Trust Mary Kline Robert and Geraldine Mann Dr. Velma Laws-Clay Elizabeth Neumeyer Christine Leatherman Vicki Rivera Kathy McCalla Weiners Margaret Montet DesJardins James McGauley Robert and Geraldine Mann Carl Miller JoAnne Amos Living Trust Dan Montambo Elizabeth Neumeyer Glenda Morling Ray Debruler Kate DeGraaf Andrea Grant-Friedman Kellogg Faculty Association Donald Montgomery Elizabeth Neumeyer Shawn Talbot

Dr. Keith Morrill D.D.S. Dianne and Don Backus Brenton and Susan Cook Barbara Hays Lawrence and Shirley Manning Ilene Masters Kimberly Miller Daniel and Cydnea Pierce Esther Shaw Juliet O’Connell UAW Local 1294 Barbara Newton Hon. Samuel and Teresa Durham Jim Owens Frank and Susan Brooks Tom Longman Luciano Pellin Hon. Samuel and Teresa Durham

Robert and Lindsay Swanson Dwight and Deborah Upston Stan and Leigh Van Tiem Mary Rimkus (continued) Robert and Vicki Wolf Robert and Jane Ziemer Beatrice Rosenbaum Jon Rosenbaum Lauren Sackrider JoAnne Amos Living Trust Robert & Geraldine Mann Steven Severin Roberta Brawley John Dilworth C. Robert Secrist Jim Siemers JoAnne Amos Living Trust Pat Snyder JoAnne Amos Living Trust Susan Stetler Joseph Garrett MaryJo Garrettt Howard Strand Hon. Samuel and Teresa Durham Kathy Tarr Dr. Lynne Haley Evelyn VanDongen Elizabeth Neumeyer Charles Vonhout Robert and Geraldine Mann Lewis and Alta Weimer Thomas and Irma Dunton Norma Sly Alma Weimer Kenneth and Debra Weimer Kay White Helen Branch Normand and Ann LeMaire Leon White Dr. Richard and Ruth Whitmore William and Vicki Ryan Craig and Susan Whitmore Danette Wilkins Daniel and Diana Bonfiglio Dennis Wilkins Adam and Joann Youngman Dr. Jerry Young JoAnne Amos Living Trust Santo and Maria Zanetti Frankie Zanetti John and Ann Zanetti

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DAT E S

KEY

SPRING 2018 Jan 12

Classes start

Jan 15

College closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

March 30 College closed for Good Friday (Easter weekend) April 2-7

Spring break

May 7

Classes end

May 10

Commencement

SUMMER 2018 April 9

Registration opens

May 14

Classes start

May 28

College closed for Memorial Day

July 4

College closed for Independence Day

Aug 8

Classes end

FALL 2018 June 4

Registration opens

Aug 30

Classes start

Sept 3

College closed for Labor Day

Nov 22-24 College closed for Thanksgiving Break Dec 17

Classes end

CREDITS Written Content Eric Greene, Director, Public Information and Marketing; Simon Thalmann, Digital Marketing Manager Design Kathryn Jarvie, Manager, Media Design Photography Simon Thalmann, Digital Marketing Manager; Bailey Scott, Marketing Student Intern If you have questions about this publication or wish to request additional copies, please contact Eric Greene at 269.966.4088 or email greenee@kellogg.edu. A digital copy is available at www.kellogg.edu. Back cover: Students in the 1960s; students in 2017.

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Kellogg Community College's 2016-17 Annual Report  
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Kellogg Community College's 2016-17 Annual Report.

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