Counseling is provided to registered students by licensed professionals in the areas of personal, academic, career and disability.
Disability services are provided to students who self-disclose a disability or are referred by a staff member and provide appropriate documentation. Appropriate documentation includes specific diagnosis, assessment, recommended academic accommodations and the signature of a licensed professional.
KCC has established an effective financial aid program of scholarships, grants, campus employment and loans. Students are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) used by the Financial Aid office to determine eligibility for most aid sources.
Special Populations Grant
A grant program sponsored by the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth for occupational certificate and degree seeking students.
Student Support Services Grant
A federal grant program geared toward first-generation, low-income and disabled students interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree.
Tutoring is individualized assistance from a qualified peer or professional who obtained a level of competency in the subject area.
All KCC students and alumni are eligible for free job search assistance. The Student Employment Services office provides a full range of employment services for students and employers.
KCC Public Safety is responsible for ensuring a safe and secure environment conducive to a quality educational experience. To report a crime or request assistance call:
- Campus Police/Security: 269-965-4147
- Using a Campus Phone: 4444
- Local Police, Fire, Medical: 911
Sign up for weather and security text-message alerts via the Bruin Portal.
Download the Kellogg Community College Veteran’s Checklist, pictured on the left-hand side of this page.