One faculty member and one staff member have earned two of the highest awards K bestows on its employees, the Lucasse Lectureship and the Ambrose Prize.
K’s first-year students will take an important step in connecting with each other when the 2021 Summer Common Reading author visits campus this week.
Here’s what students and families can expect on move-in day at Kalamazoo College, Wednesday, September 8. Please remember to wear a mask inside campus buildings.
Now is a good time for Kalamazoo College students to consider their physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental wellness.
The Princeton Review is again including K in the education-services company’s annual guide to colleges, The Best 387 Colleges, based on academics.
A K alumna, who served as the chief strategic communication adviser in Afghanistan at the end of Operation Enduring Freedom, will speak at Convocation.
Zoe Barnes '18, inspired by her experiences in diversity at K, has earned a special honor from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
Celebrate National College Colors Day on September 3 by wearing orange and black for your chance to win some K swag from the Kalamazoo College Bookstore.
Natasha Bagdasarian ’99, an epidemiologist and infectious disease physician, discusses the delta variant, vaccines and why masks again are helpful.
Incoming students have great sources for information on what to bring to campus including Residential Living’s guidance and advice from recent alumni.