Kalamazoo Valley Community College is a two-year community college located in southwest Michigan. This college is committed to improve the career prospects of students and communities through quality educational programs and services. It helps in preparing students for transfer to any four-year university in the country and also for entry-level jobs after training in nationally-accredited vocational, technology, business and health-care programs. Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Michigan also provides workshops and seminars for health care professionals, law enforcement professionals, computer software, supervisory management, manufacturing processes, personal development and many more.
The college offers the following student services:
Academic or Career Counseling
PT Cost-defraying Employment
On-Campus Day Care
The offered course details in Kalamazoo Valley Community College are degrees and certificates in scores of academic programs, occupations and trades. The list of courses are given below:
School of Visual and Performing Arts
Business, Management & Marketing
Accounting, Administrative/Secretarial Services, Business Administration/Management, Management Information Systems
Computer Graphics, Computer Programming - General, Data Processing Technology
Physical Sciences - General
Security and Protective Services
Fire Science/Firefighting, Law Enforcement Administration, Police Science
Education - General
Health and Clinical Sciences
Emergency Medical Technology, Dental Hygiene, Medical Administrative Assistance, Medical Assistance, Nursing (RN), Nursing - Practical, Surgical Technology, Respiratory Therapy
Forty-three percent liberal arts, twelve percent health professions, eleven percent education, eleven percent business per marketing, eight percent security and protective services, six percent engineering technologies
The admission procedures in Kalamazoo Valley Community College is as follows:
Student applicants should keep track of the deadline of college admission. SAT and ACT score reports are very essential for admission. In addition to this you have to submit financial aid applications as early as possible. Do check with the university about the specific date for admission.The college accepts admission credits, such as dual credit, life experience, or advanced placement.
The Kalamazoo Valley Community College offers no accommodation. Thus students applying for this college will have to look for alternative accommodations. The local students will not have any problems because they will stay in their own home, but the out of station students can stay in rent or student hostels or as paying guests.
Kalamazoo Valley Community College
6767 West 'O' Avenue,
Box 4070, Kalamazoo