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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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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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