Kellogg Community College
Located in Battle Creek, Michigan, Kellogg Community College is a public community college established in 1956. Aside from the main campus, the college has regional centers in Hastings, Albion, and Coldwater, as well as an online campus. Kellogg Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Every year, the average enrollment at Kellogg Community College is over 14,500 students. The school offers about 40 Associate Degree programs and 30 Certificate programs in a wide range of study areas. Degree programs offered include Administrative Assistant, Business Management, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology, Computer Programming, Defense Logistics, Early Childhood Education, Fire Science, Graphic Design, Industrial Electricity and Electronics, Integrated Manufacturing Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Microcomputer Application Specialist, Nursing, Occupational Education, Photography and Multimedia, Public Safety, Radiography, Word/Information Processing, and many more.
Meanwhile, Certificate programs at Kellogg Community College are focused on specialty vocational courses, and include programs in Art for Enrichment, English for Enrichment, Entrepreneurship, Air Conditiong and Refrigeration, Industroal Robotics, Accounting, Legal Administrative Assistant, MOS Master Preparation, Music Enrichment, Sacred Music, and more.
Students at Kellogg Community College are encouraged to regularly connect and coordinate with Academic Advisors. Advisors can assist students in achieving their academic goals through information, tools, and resources. Advisors can help students to navigate the various academic programs offered at Kellogg Community College, understand the registration requirements and add/drop/withdraw process, develop an educational plan, and other important aspects of the college experience.
Various programs and resources are also offered by the Academic Support Department to assist students. At The Bridge, professional staff members are on hand to help students with subjects such as English, reading, math, and science, as well as paper writing and study strategies. Tutors are either qualifed peers or professionals who are competent in specific subject areas, and can be one-on-one or group sessions.
The Kellogg Community College Library has an extensive collection of references and materials to assist students in their academic pursuits. Also, the Learning Resource Center Computer Commons is available for student use. The facility has computer hardware, software, Internet access laser printers, photocopiers, and scanners.
Registered students of Kellogg Community College are welcome to use the recreational facilities on campus. Facilities include two basketball courts, a racquetball/handball court, two volleyball courts, nine tennis courts, aerobic training court, and a one mile running/walking/jogging trail. The Miller Building also has a wellness center with weight training and fitness area, with stationary bikes, stairmaster, treadmills, and other exercise equipment.
The Student Services Division of Kellogg Community College also organizes different academic workshops throughout the year to further enhance students' skills in different topics. Workshops include Computer Basics, Job Fair and Business Etiquette, Student Success, Resume Writing, Emerging Technologies for Job Search, Job Interviewing, and other subjects.
Student organizations at Kellogg Community College include the Art League, Bruin Christian Fellowship Club, Encore Theatre Company, Healthy Choices Leadership Organization, International Student Organization, Psi Beta, Societus Technica, Phi Theta Kappa, KCC Road Runners Club, and other organizations for different interests and backgrounds.