- Applicant must be a citizen of the United States or an eligible non-citizen
- Applications with at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA will be given preference. Applicants with less than a 2.5 may be considered with a recommendation from an instuctor and/or academic advisor.
- An applicant who has received an associate degree or bachelors’ degree will not be considered for a scholarship unless the applicant can demonstrate special circumstances.
- Scholarship funds will be credited to the student’s KCC account. Scholarship awards can be for KCC tuition, fees, and/or books only. Unused funds will not be refunded or forwarded to the following year.
- KCC employees and their dependents are not eligible.
- Scholarships are awarded on a year-to-year basis. Students must re-apply every year by submitting a new application with all the required documents.
- Incomplete applications or applications received after deadlines will not be considered.
The Kellogg Community College Foundation Gold Key Scholarships are the College’s most prestigious scholarships. Recent high school graduates entering as a full-time freshman with fewer than 24 college credit hours completed by the fall semester. The scholarships demonstrate the College’s commitment to recognizing and encouraging outstanding intellectual achievement, and are open to students in all degree programs.
Gold Key Scholarships are fully-funded scholarships in the amount of $6,000. Recipients are awarded $2,500 annually for two years, with an additional $1,000 available for continuing their educational pursuits after completion of a two-year degree program at Kellogg Community College.
Application forms are available from the KCC Foundation office or online at http://www.kellogg.edu/foundation, or contact the Foundation office at 269-965-4161.
Boards of Education controlling each of the high schools may develop their own methods to select a recipient based on the following criteria:
- The student must be a graduating senior who plans to attend Kellogg Community College full time starting the fall semester following his/her high school graduation.
- The student must be in the top 20% of his/her graduating class and have at least a "B" average.
- For the scholarship to continue in the second year, the student must maintain a "B" average at KCC and participate in the College Honors program.
The College competes in intercollegiate men's baseball, basketball, and soccer; and women's basketball, softball, and volleyball. The MCCAA and NJCAA regulate all athletic competition and eligibility standards for all member colleges.
Athletic scholarships are available for outstanding male and female athletes. Athletic scholarships can cover tution and fees associated with KCC costs. Contact the Athletic department for further details at 269.965.4151 or visit our athletic section in this website.
Kellogg Community College has scholarships available. Applications can be picked up in the Financial Aid Office or at any KCC campus center.
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