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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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TH E Y E A R I N REVIEW

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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