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Kalamazoo College

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1200 Academy Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49006
Phone
(269) 337-7000
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Together in a fellowship in learning, the members of the Kalamazoo College community are developing a model of an educated citizen that combines scholarship, civic engagement, and in-depth living experiences in other countries.



As a highly selective, nationally renowned, and internationally oriented four-year college of arts and sciences, Kalamazoo College has developed a tradition of excellence in the fulfillment of this mission. It is located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and enrolls 1,340 students from 38 states and 14 countries. Founded in 1833, "K" College is among the 100 oldest colleges and universities in the nation.



Kalamazoo College has 103 full-time faculty members, 93 percent of whom hold a PhD or the highest degree in their field. The student-faculty ratio is 12-to-1. Teaching is the most important responsibility of the faculty.



Kalamazoo College seeks talented students from diverse backgrounds who are looking for the academic and personal challenges that are offered in a Kalamazoo College education. Admission is very selective and is offered to those applicants whose academic and personal qualities promise success.



For more than 30 years, Kalamazoo College has offered a nationally-recognized curriculum called the Kalamazoo Plan (often nicknamed the "K" Plan), an undergraduate experience of rigorous liberal arts scholarship and opportunities for experiential education in both domestic and international settings.



Stowe Stadium, home of USTA offers 11 Loykold tennis courts (5 lighted), and seating for 3,500 spectators.



Visit www.kzoo.edu/sports/ for additional information about Kalamazoo College sports.  To learn more about their sports facilities, visit www.kzoo.edu/sports/info/facilities.html.

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