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Worried About Grades? Kirtland Tutoring Services Can Help!

So, you’re six weeks in to the Fall 2012 semester – how are things going, students?  No matter where you are in your educational journey, going to college is a big deal!  At Kirtland, there are a lot of services available to help you be successful in the classroom. Hopefully classes are going well for you.  But, if you are having any troubles, make sure you … [Read more...]

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LaDoux Brings "On Thin Ice" to ArtPrize

West Branch.  ArtPrize.  And a conference called Lilly. This Week @ Kirtland and we're finding ourselves all over the state. West Branch Extension Site Most of you know that Kirtland recently finished the renovation and expansion of our new West Branch site.  To celebrate, we hosted an open house to share our state-of-the-art, high-tech West Branch … [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 Announces Local Author to Instruct at M-TEC

Kirtland Community College (Kirtland) is excited to announce that Northern Michigan author, artist and educator Mary Backlund will be teaching at The M-Tec at Kirtland-Gaylord beginning this semester.  Ms. Backlund resides in Gaylord, MI, and is well known throughout this and surrounding communities, most recently for the publication of her second book … [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...]