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Kirtland president signs agreement with the MDE allowing high school credit to count in college

Kirtland Community College is the first community college in the state to sign a statewide articulation agreement that guarantees high school credits will go on college transcripts. The agreement, just signed between Kirtland and the Michigan Department of Education State Superintendent, Michael Flanagan, reduces the time students need to earn a degree … [Read more...]

Kirtland “You’ve Got This” $3,000 tuition contest

Patricia Hill Nursing Scholarship – Eleanor Brockway

Kirtland Community College and the Michigan Community College Association are partnering to offer a photography contest featuring a grand prize of $3,000 in free tuition at the winner’s Michigan public community college. For several months, MCCA’s “You’ve Got This” campaign has been building awareness of Michigan community colleges. Now, Kirland and … [Read more...]

Kirtland Offers $10 Computer Classes in Grayling

Kirtland Community Ed Offers $10 Computer Classes in Grayling

Kirtland Community College’s Community Education Department is partnering with the Crawford County Commission on Aging (Crawford COA) to bring four informational computer courses to community members in Grayling and surrounding communities. The courses include: “Computer Basics” on Friday, September 12; “Windows 8” on Friday, September 19; “Introduction to … [Read more...]

Kirtland Offers Certified Nursing Assistant Training in Tawas

Kirtland's Certified Nursing Assistant training course offered in Tawas, Roscommon and Gaylord

Kirtland will offer its popular Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course in Tawas in the Fall 2014 semester. The six-credit-hour certification course, also available at the Roscommon and Gaylord locations, provides residents in Tawas and surrounding communities easier access to high-demand skills training and prepares students with essential qualifications … [Read more...]

Kirtland. Knee High by the Fourth of July.

Great job, gardeners!

Anyone who has been around farming in their lifetime may be familiar with the old adage “knee high by the Fourth of July.” This Week @ Kirtland, while our corn isn’t quite that tall, things sure are growing and looking great! From beans to squash, corn, tomatoes, flowers and herbs, our Kirtland Gardeners sure deserve a pat on the back. Despite water … [Read more...]

Kirtland Offering All Grain Beer Brewing Class

KIrtland Community Education is offering an all grain brewing class to learn how to produce beer entirely from scratch

Kirtland’s Community Education department is offering Introduction to Beer Brewing in the Vocational Tech building on the Roscommon campus on Saturday, July 26 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. The cost of the course is $29 and you must be 21 years of age or older to participate. This one-day course lets you explore the art and science of home beer brewing and … [Read more...]

Kirtland. Building Cars.

The Pullback Frenzy building block camp helped introduce K-3 students to important STEM lessons

Great learning opportunities continue for our area's younger learners even though summer vacation is here!  This Week @ Kirtland, we’re building cars and windmills and brush hogs…and having a great time learning with kids from across all of the communities we serve. In fact, summer vacation for over 60 local kids kicked off to a fast start with three … [Read more...]

Kirtland. Seeing Stars.

Fairview Area Schools checked out the evening skies using Kirtland's 13" Big Blue telescope

Even though they were anxious for summer vacation to kick in, students from several area schools had a great time learning about the northern skies, thanks to the efforts of Kirtland’s Scott Cochran and Pam Nuttall before the school year wrapped up.  This Week @ Kirtland, we’re gazing at the sun and stars…and learning some pretty cool stuff along the … [Read more...]

Kirtland. Caring and Committed.

Celebrating the graduates' success

If you or someone you know ever has the need for quality nursing care, rest easy. This Week @ Kirtland, we’re celebrating our 42nd class of Practical Nursing gradates. In front of family, friends and the instructors who helped get them to this special night, almost 60 full- and part-time nursing students received their nursing pin and proudly took their … [Read more...]

Kirtland Selects Tetzloff as Dean of General Education and Transfer Programs

Jason Tetzloff, Ph.D., has been selected as Kirtland's Vice President of General Education and Transfer Programs

Officials at Kirtland Community College have selected Jason Tetzloff, Ph.D., to serve as the institution’s Dean of General Education and Transfer Programs. In this position, Tetzloff will oversee the institution’s general education and transfer programs, faculty and curriculum. The general education courses prepare students to complete their associates … [Read more...]