Kellogg Community College is inviting current and prospective college students to explore their options in higher ed via a monthlong College Exploration Month Virtual College Fair in October.

The College Exploration Month Virtual College Fair – which replaces an annual one-night-only College Night event traditionally held in person each fall – will allow visitors to view admissions, financial aid and other important college information from more than three dozen colleges, universities, military organizations and community partners in one convenient place on their own schedule.

All information will be accessible via the KCC website at through the month of October.

“This virtual fair is a fantastic opportunity for prospective, admitted and current KCC students to explore KCC academic programs, departments and student services, as well as discover other colleges and universities,” KCC Admissions Director Jenni Kotowski said.

Participants will be able to visit the Virtual Fair for free as many times as they wish during the month, at any time day or night.

“The Virtual Fair format allows participants to access information at their own convenience, whether it’s right after school, late at night or even in the early hours of the morning,” Kotowski said. “The Virtual Fair ensures that everyone can have the chance to explore their college options and gather information when it’s most convenient for them.”

More information, including a continuously updated list of participating organizations, is available on the College Night website or by contacting the KCC Admissions Office at

!!For Virtual Students Only!!

Please remember that your student must school Wednesday October 4th.

If they are a morning session, they should be here between 7:00am-11:00am for 30-45 minutes.

If they are an afternoon session, they should be here between 11:30-2:30 for 30-45 minutes.

After school session will be held 3:00pm-7:00pm.

Any questions call Mrs. Case ASAP 269.282.4839

!!For Virtual Students Only!!


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