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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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Kellogg Community College's 2016-17 Annual Report  

Kellogg Community College's 2016-17 Annual Report.

Kellogg Community College's 2016-17 Annual Report  

Kellogg Community College's 2016-17 Annual Report.

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