Kellogg Community College’s annual spring event for students is Tuesday, Feb. 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Student Center on KCC’s North Avenue campus in Battle Creek.

Bruin Boost is a collaborative event of the Student Life office and Integrative Learning Department. Students can learn about how to get involved on campus and in the community while enjoying snacks, giveaways and other activities.

Students can pick up information about graduation and commencement and learn about important dates, applying for graduation, and cap and gown pickup at Grad Fest.

The Scholarship Fair gives opportunities to ask questions and fill out applications for scholarships that can be used at many different colleges and universities along with KCC, and it’s open to KCC students and the public.

Around two dozen community partners and nonprofit organizations will be attending the Volunteer and Civic Engagement Fair to offer opportunities for students and the public to learn about volunteer opportunities which can be used for service-learning requirements, which is required for some degrees for graduation.

For more information about Bruin Boost, email Student Life at For more information about the Volunteer and Civic Engagement Fair, email Integrative Learning Director Kate DeGraaf at