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K to Resume On-Campus Tours

On-Campus Tours Stetson Chapel Starting on Wednesday, July 15, the Kalamazoo College Office of Admission will resume on-campus walking tours for prospective students and families. The Admission team is taking measures to keep valued guests safe during their visits to campus. Information sessions and […]

K Names New Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid

New Vice President MJ Huebner Kalamazoo College President Jorge G. Gonzalez announced today that Mj Huebner will join the liberal arts institution as the new vice president for admission and financial aid. Huebner, interim vice president of enrollment management at the University of Texas Permian […]

Campus Visit Opportunities Can Help You Decide on K

Prospective Students on a Campus Visit Choosing where you will spend the next four years of your life is a big decision, and a college campus visit is a great tool to help you decide. Talking to current students, eating in the cafeteria and attending a […]

K Tour Guides Offer 4 Tips for College Visits

Leah Todd Several Kalamazoo College students with local ties are helping prospective students and their families learn about the school, the campus and the city this summer through the Admission Center. Madelyn Betts ’19, Leah Todd ’20 and Faruq Schieber ’20—all of […]

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Celebrates Admission Center

Four Administrators Conduct Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Kalamazoo College students, faculty, staff and administrators conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 13 to celebrate the opening of the College’s new Admission Center. The former bed and breakfast at 106 Thompson St., next to West Main and across the street […]

Admission Center Opens at K

Eric Staab unpacking at the new Kalamazoo College Admission Center Prospective students are beginning their Kalamazoo College campus tours and visits at an Admission Center in a newly remodeled facility that opened Oct. 23. The former bed and breakfast at 106 Thompson St., next to West Main and across the […]