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Kirtland Announces Retirement of Associate Dean

Retiring Associate Dean Nick Holton proudly shows 2012 Michigan Campus Compact 2012 Campus-Community Partnership Award, which generated national recognition for Kirtland as an exemplary model of college/community partnerships.

Kirtland Community College is announcing the retirement of Associate Dean Nicholas Holton following more than thirty years of service.  During his tenure, Holton has served the institution in a multitude of capacities to impact the lives of thousands of college students, faculty and staff, and innumerable community partners and professional … [Read more...]

Kirtland Selects Horton as 2013 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year

2013 Outstanding Alumnus Clay Horton

Kirtland Community College will honor Clay Horton as the Outstanding Alumnus for 2013.  Horton, Director of Community Education and an instructor at Kirtland, has a long-standing affiliation with the institution and will receive his award at the college’s 44th commencement ceremony on May 3. Horton was nominated by fellow instructor, Sinan Toprak, who … [Read more...]

Kirtland Welcomes New Employees

Kirtland Community College welcomes new staff members Gabrielle Likavec, Lisa Kieb and Ryan Madis, who enhance the college’s ability to better serve students, faculty and fellow staff. Lisa Kieb joins the President’s Office staff as Administrative Assistant to Kirtland’s president, Dr. Thomas Quinn.  Kieb, who lives in Roscommon, says joining Kirtland is … [Read more...]

KCC Recognizes 25-Year Faculty Members

Congratulations to Kirtland math instructor Marcell Romancky and automotive instructor Richard "Smoke" Bonk who have been recognized for 25 years of dedicated service at Kirtland! Marcell started as a student at Kirtland in 1979.  After receiving her bachelor’s degree, Marcell began teaching part-time in the Math Department, worked to complete her … [Read more...]

KCC Recognizes 24-Year Faculty Members

Congratulations to Kirtland math instructor Marcell Romancky and automotive instructor Richard "Smoke" Bonk, who were recently recognized for 25 years of dedicated service at Kirtland Community College. Marcell started as a student at Kirtland in 1979.  After receiving her bachelor’s degree, Marcell began teaching part-time in the Math Department, worked … [Read more...]