Kirtland Community College is a great place to learn what you need to fly into a better job, a new job, a career or an advanced degree. Kirtland is perfect for you if you want to:
- eventually transfer to a four-year college or university
- advance in your workplace
- start a new career
As a student at Kirtland you are bound to become:
- creative in your approach to life
- part of your community
- focused and on course
You can choose from 63 available degrees and certificates including the following transfer degrees (perfect if you plan to complete up to half of a bachelor’s degree prior to enrollment at a university):
- Associate in Arts (on campus and online)
- Associate in Business Administration (on campus and online)
- Associate in Computers
- Associate in Criminal Justice – Generalist
- Associate in Fine Arts
- Associate in Science
Kirtland Community College is the largest community college geographically in the state of Michigan covering approximately 2,500 square miles and servicing all of Ogemaw, Oscoda, Roscommon and Crawford counties and parts of five additional surrounding counties.
Kirtland’s central campus, located at 10775 N. St. Helen Road, Roscommon, Michigan, approximately eight miles north of St. Helen, is close to the geographic center of the college’s district, is accessible by F-97 from the north and south and by M-18 to County Road 603 from the west.
The location is very rural and is approximately 170 miles north of Detroit, Michigan.
The Michigan Technical Education Center (M-TEC) is a state-of-the-art facility designed to deliver technical education in a unique, flexible and friendly manner. At Kirtland’s M-TEC site located at 60 Livingston Blvd, Gaylord, Michigan, you will find instructors who are dedicated to training, retraining and updating essential job skills for high-demand, high-skill and high-wage occupation, specializing in construction and manufacturing technology. You’ll spend time at M-TEC if you study:
- Electrical Technology
- Welding and Fabricating
- Cardiac Sonography
- Vascular Sonography (online only)
- Practical Nursing — Level I
- Certified Nursing Assistant
Kirtland Community College has recently purchased and is renovating the facilities at 2479 South M-76, West Branch, Michigan. Starting in the Fall 2012 semester the Associate in Applied Science in Surgical Technology program will move to the new facilities.
The new West Branch site is located for easy access by students traveling from Iosco County, including the areas of Tawas, Whittemore Prescott and Oscoda and is just a short thirty-five minute drive from our central campus near Roscommon.
In addition to the Surgical Technology degree program, students can complete a variety of general education courses are the West Branch site. In West Branch students will be able to complete enough courses to satisfy the MACRAO Transfer Agreement, an agreement designed to facilitate transfer from community colleges to four-year colleges and universities. The MACRAO Transfer agreement provides for transferability of up to 30 semester credits to meet many (and in some cases all) of the General Education Requirements at participating four-year colleges and universities. Students may complete the MACRAO Transfer Agreement as part of an associate degree or as a stand-alone package.
Kirtland is connected to the community. It is on a mission to:
become a College Without Borders
connect to the world
create a unity of purpose — develop a strong college family
be a gateway for student success — provide new opportunities for students
If you appreciate individual attention and instructors who know you and care about your success, Kirtland Community College is where you want to be.
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