Kalamazoo Valley Community College
Kalamazoo Valley Community College (KVCC) was established in 1966. It is a comprehensive, public, two-year college. KVCC offers certificate programs in more than 20 areas of study and associate degrees in 25 others. It also provides a quality experience for transfer students, offering associate degrees in education, liberal arts, pre-science and pre-engineering. KVCC has two campuses: the Texas Township Campus and the Arcadia Commons Campus.
Designed by Aldon Dow, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Texas Township Campus is located near the I-94 and U.S. 131 interchange on 187 acres of rolling woodland west of Kalamazoo.
Located in downtown Kalamazoo, the Arcadia Commons Campus consists of Anna Whitten Hall, the Kalamazoo Valley Museum, and the Center for New Media. The Kalamazoo Valley Museum, which spotlights the history, culture, science and technology of Southwest Michigan, was opened in February 1996. Governed by KVCC, the museum provides a unique learning environment for the general public. The Center for New Media incorporatescomputer technology, the visual arts, creativity, the Internet, web-page development, entertainment, business, interactivity, e-commerce, communications and much more.
For information on KVCC sports, visit www.kvcc.edu/ATHLETICS/.