Kalamazoo Valley CollegeThe Kalamazoo Valley College
As well as associated courses in economics, healthcare, humanities, civil services, engineering and manufacturing, the university also offers a high level of expertise for graduate college graduates who are ready to move to a four-year post-graduate institution. Currently, Kalamazoo Valley Community College has four campuses: The Texas Township, Arcadia Commons, Groves Campus und der Bronson Healthy Living Campus.
The 430,000 square metre building has been extended several-fold over the last 45 years and has state-of-the-art class rooms, extensive libraries and computer facilities, two gyms, a public indoor sports hall, a public indoor and outdoor pools, football pitches, indoor and outdoor sports grounds, a career path, two auditoria, restaurants, free car parks on extensive plots and fully-furnished laboratories for scientific, industry and production technolo¬gies.
Situated in the centre of Kalamazoo, the Arcadia Commons Camp comprises the Anna Whitten Hall (built in 1994), the Kalamazoo Valley Museum and the Center for New Media. It is the centre of a joint, commercial and educational collaboration that has restored and revitalised a significant part of the city.
Kalamazoo Valley Museums, which highlights the city' s southwestern past, present, culture, sciences and technologies, opened in February 1996 and recently welcomed its 2 billionth visit. The college-led home is home to an active planetary, the Mary Jane Stryker Theater for film and performance, a children's landscape for pre-school children, practical exhibitions, the best touring exhibitions available nationwide, and a Challenger Learning Center for simulation of astronautics.
In December 2011 the restored historical art galery "Kalamazoo Direct to You" was inaugurated. It offers a truly unparalleled educational setting for Kalamazoo Valley Community College and the general population. Situated in the historical W.S. Dewing Building in the centre of the town.
The program provides career-based, customary teaching for all facets of electronic music. At the heart of the Groves Center on the third campus of Kalamazoo Valley Community College, the Groves College, is the creation of a trained labour force that meets the needs of a rapidly evolving world. The Groves Center was initially opened in 2001 as one of 18 M-TEC centers across the state, funded by a $5 million Michigan Economic Development Corporation subsidy and $6 million in funding from businesses and endowments in the region.
Courses can be developed quickly with the help of your employer. The Groves also runs the Corrections Officer Academy, the Hospitality Academy, the Mechatronic Systems Technician Academy and the CNC Operator Academy. We also offer tailor-made personnel developement trainings for regional companies. The employees there work in close cooperation with industry to make sure that our service is geared to the region's job needs.
Managers from industry and society turn to the Groves Center for state-of-the-art initial and further vocational development. Kalamazoo Valley, in collaboration with Bronson Healthcare and Kalamazoo Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, has created a research center focusing on health and nutritional excellence. Bronson is on the 13th floor of the Bronson Living for Health. 3-acre country sponsored by Bronson Healthcare, where the Kalamazoo Valley has extended its syllabus to cover browsing and instruction in cuisines, sustained alimentary productivity and security; all part of the college's effort to improve the community's understandings for and accessibility to wholesome alimentation and aliment.
There are many specialized facilities and programmes available on all of the university's campsites - a flourishing honor program; extensive study, tutor and test centres that provide one-to-one tuition; and the International Studies Program, which comprises more than 130 classes that highlight the overall aspect of everything from bookkeeping to wellbeing.