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Contact Info

10775 N Saint Helen Road Roscommon, MI 48653
Phone: (989) 275-5000
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Kirtland Community College
  • Located in Roscommon, MI
  • Public
  • 1,958 students enrolled
  • - admitted
  • $4,740 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Cecily from Mio, MI
  • I am a current student here

    Investigate Kirtland's online courses. They are wonderfully convenient, and they're just as good as in-person classes, if you have good time-management, self-discipline, and organization skills. Plus they can help you save money on gas, wear on your car, and time on your commute. I've taken six online classes here, and I actually prefer them, since they're so much easier to fit into my schedule.

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  • Will from Grayling, MI
  • I am a current student here

    Get involved! While KCC doesn't have any official student groups the way that 4-year colleges typically do, they still have a Phi Theta Kappa chapter, a Student Senate, and participates in the Alternative Breaks program (where a group of students goes to a different place and volunteers with nonprofit organizations during a school break). Aside from academic stuff, they also have Frisbee golf, an annual staff vs. students softball game, and more. Turn your assignments in on time! Sounds like duh advice, but you would not believe how many students do not do this. As an example, I have taken online classes that had a forum component. Students had to make an initial post on the given topic by Wednesday, and then make two replies by Sunday for each week. In a class of 30 students, about 6 consistently made their forum posts on time. The instructors WILL mark you down for turning things in late, and for a good reason! Also, many students want to go here to save money over a 4-year college. Good reason; however, make sure you also factor travel costs (gas) into your expenses for attending here. Main campus is kind of out in the middle of nowhere, and depending on your class schedule and where you live, you could rack up quite a bit of gas money.

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  • Janine from Comins, MI
  • I am a current student here

    If you don't want to spend a lot of money on transportation to college either take online courses or live on campus.

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  • Andrea from Johannesburg, MI
  • I am a current student here

    1. It's okay not to know what you want. The Basics classes will help you 2. Teachers really do want you to succeed 3. Advisers have been in your shoes, so don't worry 4. FILL OUT YOUR FAFSA ASAP!

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  • Amber from Compstock Park, MI
  • I am a current student here

    Always make sure to ask a lot of questions. No question is a dumb one when it comes to doing good in school and achieving your degree. Make sure to take free tutoring if its offered! Tutoring helps many students in doing good in their classes. If a free writing center is available take advantage of it. They are there to help you be successful in writing college papers, which are an important part of learning in college. Be involved on campus. It does not matter if you go to a community college or a university. Being involved on campus whether it be a sport, club, volunteering, etc makes your have a well rounded students, looks good on a resume and shapes you better as a person. And most importantly study! Take the time to truly study or else you will not succeed in college.

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