Kellogg Community College is proud to offer several Health Sciences programs, which are listed below. Click through the appropriate link for more information about each program.
Each Health Sciences program at KCC has a specific admissions process. Because of space limitations, enrollment limitations imposed by accrediting agencies, or program prerequisites, admission to some of the programs is selective.
Health Sciences programs at Kellogg Community College include:
- Basic Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
- Computed Tomography (CT)
- Dental Hygiene Admissions
- Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Admissions
- Medical Assistant
- Neurodiagnostic Technologist (EEG)
- Nursing Assistant Training (CNA)
- Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Admissions
- Radiography Admissions
- Surgical Technology
How to Apply to an Allied Health Program
Many of the Health Sciences programs at KCC — including Computed Tomography, Dental Hygiene, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Medical Assistant, Neurodiagnostic Technologist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiography and Surgical Technologist — fall under the Allied Health banner at KCC and have their own admissions process.
To apply to an Allied Health program at KCC:
- Select a program.
- Gather and submit completed general admission requirements to Kellogg Community College. Admission requirement information is available on individual program admission pages.
- Meet with an Academic Advisor to review admission requirements. To schedule an appointment, call 269-965-4124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Review application deadline date for your program of choice.
- Update your contact information with KCC’s Registrar’s office. All US postal mail will be mailed to the address currently on file with KCC. Addresses cannot be updated via the Allied Health application.
- Submit a completed Allied Health application.
Admission to any Allied Health Program will not be based on race, religion, sexual orientation, color, national origin, gender, marital status, age or disability.
Latex Environment Statement
Due to the broad range of equipment, manikins, materials and supplies used in the College’s practice and simulation laboratories and within a vast number of hospitals and other types of clinical facilities serving as sites for student clinical education, the Certified Nurse Assistant (CENA), Dental Hygiene, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Nursing, Paramedic/EMS, Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) and Radiography (RADI) programs are NOT latex-free environments. Students with latex allergies considering any of these health programs should direct questions to their physician to ensure it is safe for them to participate prior to applying to the program.
Positive Drug Screen Statement
Students with a positive drug screen will be deemed ineligible to participate in clinical education. Furthermore, as clinical education is a critical requirement of Nursing, Allied Health and Emergency Medical Services programs, the student will be dismissed from their current program of study. For students who would like to be considered for re-admission, they should refer to their program’s policy of re-admission and direct questions to the program director.