Early College Advising Appointments:
Click here to schedule an appointment with our Early College Student Success Coach. Here are a couple things to know:
- All appointments are held remotely via Microsoft Teams
- Once your appointment is scheduled, you will receive a link to the appointment via email
- Appointment are based on availability
- Come prepared with your PSAT/SAT and/or Accuplacer scores
24-hour notice is required to cancel or reschedule your appointment. If you cannot attend your appointment, please click here to request a new appointment.
To ensure the safety of all students and employees, we ask that you review KCC’s Campus Reopening Plan before visiting campus.
About Early College:
Like dual-enrollment, early college programs involve high school students enrolling at Kellogg Community College while still attending high school. Early college programs generally begin prior to the beginning of the student’s junior year of high school and run through an additional “fifth year” extending one year after traditional high school graduation.
Early college students take a variety of KCC courses intermixed with their high school schedules and graduate after their fifth year with an associate degree in addition to their high school diploma.
Early College Program Maps:
Arts, Communication and English:
Graphic Design – Coming Soon!
Photography and Multimedia – Coming Soon!
Business and Computer Information Technology:
Computer Engineering Technology (CET)
Computer Programming – Game Design
Manufacturing, Skilled Trades, and Applied Technology – Coming Soon!
Science, Mathematics and Engineering:
Computer-Aided Drafting and Design – Coming Soon!
Social Sciences, Human Services, and Criminal Justice:
Corrections – Coming Soon!
Criminal Justice – Coming Soon!
Human Services – Coming Soon!
Additional pathway programs are available, speak with your KCC Student Success Coach, Early College Coordinator or High School Counselor for additional options.
Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA): The MTA allows students to complete general education courses at participating colleges and universities in Michigan. Students my complete the MTA as part of an associate degree or as a stand-alone package at Michigan institutions.
Early College students wishing to complete the MTA only can follow the guide listed below. Students can also choose to follow the above listed program map to also meet MTA requirements.
- Tuition is free for participating students
- College credits accumulate faster
- Classes work with the student's high school schedule
- Credits transfer to 4-year colleges and universities
- A industry-recognized certificate, college certificate or degree can be earned
- The path is shorter to a career and steady paycheck
|Battle Creek Central High School|
|Bellevue High School|
|Branch County ISD - includes: Branch Area Careers Center, Bronson High School, Coldwater High School, Pansophia Academy, and Quincy High School|
|Calhoun Area Career Center - included programs: Graphic Design and Welding|
|Delton Kellogg High School|
|Eastern Calhoun Early College - Marshall Public Schools|
|Gull Lake Community Schools|
|Harper Creek High School|
|Hastings High School|
|Homer High School|
|Lakeview High School|
|Pennfield High School|
For additional information, please contact the KCC Dual Enrollment and Early College office at 269-565-2042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.