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What does college cost?

Completing your college courses at a community college instead of a four-year school can make a big difference if you are: looking for an affordable way to earn college credits want a degree that will easily transfer to a four-year college or university need to be more valuable in the workplace now thinking about searching for a better job Community … [Read more...]

Kirtland Students Eligible for MARSP Scholarship

MARSP 2013 Winter Scholarship Recipient Amanda Murray

The Crawford-Oscoda Chapter of the Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) is offering a $600 scholarship to Kirtland Community College students for the Winter 2014 semester.  The deadline for applying is November 1. Students who are residents of Crawford or Oscoda County and have a minimum 2.75 grade point average, have completed 24 … [Read more...]

Kirtland Hosts Homeshooler’s Event October 25

Kirtland Hosts Homeschooler's Event October 25

Kirtland Community College is presenting our annual Homeschooler’s Event on Friday, October 25 from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Kirtland’s main campus near Roscommon.  This event is free to attend and is geared toward students in grades 7-12 who are presently receiving their education through homeschooling. Homeschooling students and their parents are … [Read more...]

What about financial aid and scholarships?

Well, financial aid is available, but most students miss the chance. They’re worried about the: seemingly overwhelming process paperwork exposure of their finances (or mom and dad’s) Our financial aid experts are ready for you. If you want to make an already affordable college even more affordable, go through the process and see — otherwise, you’ll … [Read more...]

Kirtland Hosts Annual College Night October 9

Representatives from over 40 colleges and branches of the armed services will be on-hand

Kirtland Community College will host a college night on Wednesday, October 9 from 6-7:30 p.m.  Representatives from over 40 colleges and universities will be on-hand to provide information to people interested in attending college in the fall. High school students, parents and others are encouraged to attend this annual event being held in the Student … [Read more...]

Kirtland. Food Is Love.

We Love Our Students Day @ Kirtland Offers Employees, Students Opportunity to Support Student Food Pantry...and much, much more!

At Kirtland, we’re committed to student success.  In addition to our talented, dedicated faculty and the cutting edge training and degree programs Kirtland offers, another way we strive to support students is through our Student Food Pantry.   This Week @ Kirtland, we’re spreading the love by greatly expanding our Student Food Pantry hours of operation for … [Read more...]

Kirtland Impressive in 4th Annual Firebird Cross Country Invitational

Back Row: Assistant Coach Jim Miller, Coach Don Haskin, Chris Leach, Mike Sutton, David Haskin, Evan Thomas, Casey Haskin, Assistant Coach Matt Bolinger, Assistant Coach Melony Haskin Front Row: Lauren Brown, Kaylee Wilson, Haylie Pearce, Krista Peterson, Sarah Lueck, Erica Westbrook

The 2013-14 cross-country season is underway and Kirtland hosted their 4th annual Firebird Invitational on September 20th.  The Firebirds were impressive against Alpena Community College and Sault College, where the Lady ‘Birds performed well in a field of 12, with Erica Westbrook placing 2nd, Sarah Lueck 5th, Lauren Brown 6th, Krista Peterson 9th, Kaylee … [Read more...]

Kirtland Offers Flu Clinic October 9th

On Wednesday, October 9th, Kirtland will partner with the Central Michigan District Health Department to provide a public flu shot clinic from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the Student Center Conference Room on Kirtland’s main campus near Roscommon.  Flu shots are available for Kirtland students, employees and all community members. The cost of the vaccine is $30, … [Read more...]

Kirtland. Kudos to High School Counselors.

Dual Enrollment changes were presented by the MDE.

Preparing students with the skills and training they need to be successful is what we do at Kirtland.  But some really important people are preparing students for their futures long before they become Kirtland students.  This Week @ Kirtland, we’re honoring high school counselors for everything they do to help students figure out their paths in … [Read more...]

Kirtland. Be the future.

Strategic Planning at Kirtland develops a direction for future growth and change

It looks like fun and games, so you might be surprised to learn this is actually planning for the future of Kirtland.  Really! At Kirtland, we spend a lot of time talking about improving the future for our students.  Hey, it’s what we do!  This Week @ Kirtland, we put a different spin on things and spent an entire day talking about the future of the … [Read more...]