Kellogg Community College, located in Battle Creek, Missouri, was founded 1956. The school was initially operated by the Battle Creek Board of Education, but had a new community college district. The school operates campuses in Albion, Coldwater, Hasting and Ft. Custer Industrial Park. The school works with the community to provide programs that assist in workforce development alongside more academic pursuits. The school is dedicated to providing a quality education to students and residents in the area, reviewing and updating their offerings, facilities and services in order to meet the current standards of modern students.
Kellogg Community College offers an extensive number of programs that allows students to choose a career or academic track that best reflects the student's goals and needs. Academic transfer programs allow students to complete the freshman and sophomore years of a four year education followed by applying to a college or university to transfer earned credits and complete the final two years of a bachelor's degree. Students should consult a counselor to develop a curriculum that best meets the transfer requirements of the student's desired school or schools.
Career training programs provide education and skill development in a particular field, allowing the individual to enter the workforce as a qualified professional capable of performing the duties and tasks required. Programs take between one and two years to complete and result in a certificate or degree which demonstrates competency and allows for employment at the entry level. As part of the school's commitment to workforce development, many of the programs offered reflect the specific needs of the community.
Programs offered include:
Admissions and Financial Aid
Kellogg Community College is an open enrollment institution that allows any students who meet the minimum requirements for admission to enroll through the submission of an application and payment of tuition. Students should supply transcripts, test scores, and any other pertinent information prior to registration. Students may also be required to take a placement exam, and it is recommended they participate in student orientation to obtain an understanding of student life and meet with a counselor to discuss goals and develop a curriculum.
Financial aid is available in the form of loans, grants, and scholarships. Students in need of assistance must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is available online or through the school's financial aid office and is used to determine need, eligibility and awards. Aid must be reapplied for prior to the start of each semester.
The Kellogg Community College Bruins participate in a number of intercollegiate athletic programs available throughout the year. Intercollegiate athletic programs allow students to engage in healthy competition in a controlled setting, and assists in the development of discipline, good health habits, leadership and other abilities that can be useful in one's personal, academic and professional life. Student interested in participating may contact the athletic department to acquire the forms and tryout dates for participation.
Athletic programs offered:
Estimated Costs & Financial Aid
The average "out of pocket" cost of attendance, after any grants and scholarships are considered, is around $5,900. In order to calculate a more accurate and detailed cost of attendance check out their cost calculator here. The figures listed below are for informational purposes only and do not represent current or future tuition, fees, and expenses.
Tuition & Fees Information
- Tuition estimates per year:
- State Residents: $3,100-$3,700
- Out-of-State: $7,200-$8,584
- Charges per unit:
- State Residents: $110-$140 per credit unit
- Nonresidents: $240-$290 per credit unit
Financial Aid Details
The table below breaks down the types of financial aid, the percent of students receiving aid, and average amount of aid per student per year.
|Percent of Students||Average Amount|
|Any Financial Aid||75%||-|
|Receiving Grants & Scholarships||55%||$5,256|
|Receiving Student Loans||20%||$5,180|
Admissions, Academics, & Student Services
To help support students, Kellogg Community College may offer services to students including:
- Online classes
- Remedial instructional courses
- Counseling assistance
- Employing students to lower education costs
- Assisting students to find work
Specialized Programs & Accreditations
- Dental Hygienist Program
- Accredited by the American Dental Association, Commission on Dental Accreditation (since 1970)
- Radiology Technician Program
- Accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (since 1970)
The program list below is organized by areas of study. The programs that have a link will direct you to the program's profile page where you can learn more about education requirements and career pathways.
Get more information about the programs offered by Kellogg Community College by clicking the request information to the right.
(C) Certificate or Award | (A) Associate's | (B) Bachelor's | (M) Master's Degree | (D) Doctorate (PhD,...)
Business and Marketing Studies
Computer and Information Sciences
English Language and Literature
Family and Consumer Sciences
Health and Clinical Professions
Legal Professions and Studies
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Mechanic and Repair Technology
Public Administration and Social Services
Security and Protective Services
Theology and Religious Vocations
Visual and Performing Arts
Other Community Colleges Nearby
The list of nearby schools has been selected by researching which schools offer similar programs to Kellogg Community College.
- Kalamazoo Valley Community College in Kalamazoo, MI (27 miles away)
- Glen Oaks Community College in Centreville, MI (34 miles away)
- Jackson College in Jackson, MI (41 miles away)
- Southwestern Michigan College in Dowagiac, MI (53 miles away)
- Montcalm Community College in Sidney, MI (64 miles away)