- Kellogg Community College
Kellogg Community College is a two-year institution of higher learning which provides academic, occupational, general, and lifelong learning opportunities on campus in Battle Creek,
Michiganas well as at off-campus sites and online.
It was founded in 1956. Because Battle Creek is known for its
cerealproduction, KCC is occasionally referred to as "Cornflake U." The athletics teams are known as the Bruins and compete as members of the Michigan Community College Athletic Association.
The K.C.C. satellite campuses consist of the Eastern Academic Center, located in
Albion, MI, the Fehsenfeld Center, located in Hastings, MI, and the Grahl Center, located in Coldwater, MI.
In 2002, it had 94 full-time faculty members and 200 part-time faculty.
* [http://www.kellogg.edu/ Official site]
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