Kellogg Community College provides quality athletic programs for men and women. A variety of intercollegiate programs are sponsored
throughout the year, with ongoing recruitment of qualified athletes. Kellogg Community College is part of the
Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA)
- Western Conference. We are
also a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
- Region 12.
KCC follows the NJCAA and MCCAA guidelines. Please refer to NJCAA for more information
or contact the KCC athletic director.
The following sports are offered at KCC: baseball, women's basketball, men's basketball, soccer, softball, and volleyball. Contact the
coach for information regarding tryouts.
The Athletic Academic Assistance Program (AAP) is a program designed in the fall of 1991 jointly by the staffs of the Physical Education,
Athletic, and English Departments. It has, as its focus, the academic success of each Kellogg Community College Student-Athlete. Designed
around the core of Study Skills 111, the program pulls into play the efforts of tutors, instructors, coaches and, most important,
While it is the Student-Athletes' responsibility to progress academically and maintain NJCAA athletic eligibility standards through academic
progress, the program designed understands the difficulties some individuals encounter in doing this. Accordingly, the Athletic Academic
Assistance Program is designed to be a support avenue for the student-athlete.
Each Student-Athlete is encouraged to allow the opportunity for academic success to be the guiding force of their experience at Kellogg
Community College. As a talented individual you have everything to gain and an equal amount to lose.
Athletic Scholarships are available under NJCAA rules. We at KCC follow these regulations to the letter. For more information on
availability of athletic scholarships please contact the head coach directly or call the Athletic Department at 269.965.4151.
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