Kellogg Community College Archives
The Kellogg Community College Archives identifies, collects, arranges, preserves and makes available materials of historical value to Kellogg Community College.
The KCC Archives is a non-circulating, closed-stack research collection located in the Learning Resource Center/Library and managed by Library Services. The Archives features primary resource materials dating back to the founding of the college in 1956, and materials such as the original student newspaper The Triad.
The College Archives is currently available by appointment only. Contact the Archivist at 269-965-4122 ext. 2339 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kellogg Community College Digital Archives is an online catalog of KCC’s historical photographs, student publications, official publications, documents and memorabilia. The Digital Archives uses CONTENTdm™ digital collection management software and contains items digitized from the College Archives.
View the Digital Archives online at http://contentdm.kellogg.edu.
Materials are retained in the Archives if they are unique, if they document the history of KCC or if they demonstrate the work and purpose of an office or organization. Memorabilia is kept only if it is unique and directly related to KCC.
You may find the last year’s worth of minutes for the KCC Board of Trustee meetings on the Board of Trustees page.
Student records are only available through the Registrar’s office.
If you would like to make a donation of materials to the Archives, please contact us at 269-965-4122 ext. 2339 or email@example.com.