This Weeks Clue

How to Play

It appears we have a lost badger on campus…

The student who finds the badger each week will be awarded with a $25 gift card to the KCC bookstore.

Please return the badger to the reception desk at Building 3 to claim your prize.

Prizes

All the badgers have been found! Thank you for your participation and enjoy summer term!

Winners

Week 6 Student Winner:

Week 6 Faculty/Staff Winner:

Robin Stratton Paula Pence

Week 5 Student Winner:

Week 5 Faculty/Staff Winner:

TRiO Jennifer Briscoe

Week 4 Student Winner:

Week 4 Faculty/Staff Winner:

Nikkolas Luttrell Tom Nejely

Week 3 Student Winner:

Week 3 Faculty/Staff Winner:

Roland Gomez-Cerrillo Mark Cassady

Week 2 Student Winner:

Week 2 Faculty/Staff Winner:

Brooke Vaughn Keith Duren

Week 1 Student Winner:

Week 1 Faculty/Staff Winner:

David Snow Mike Homefeldt

Don't be a lost badger too! Visit enrollment services, or register online for summer semester today!

Badger Sightings:

This week our missing badger was found outside under one of the benches around campus.

You may have noticed construction happening on our campus. Construction is currently under way for the Work Skills Technology Center and Founder's hall.

Once completed, the Center will be the hub for KCC's high-wage, high-demand technical programs directly related to workforce needs in the local community and region. These strategic occupational programs, including computer science, computer-aided design (CAD), web design and digital media, and health information management, will focus on short-term certificates, associate's degrees, and workforce training to serve the Klamath Basin's most vulnerable populations: GED students, alternative high school students, and dislocated workers.

Previous Clues and Sightings:

Week 5

This week our missing badger was found by a member of the TRiO program hiding near the Culinary Arts area in Building 4.
 
Klamath Community College’s Culinary Arts Program is a hands-on, theory-based delivery for professional chefs and food service managers. The program starts out slow to get some idea of where the individual students are with regard to their skill sets, then walk them through all appropriate facets of restaurant operations from budgeting to baking, from soups to sauces, and from management to main courses.

TRiO provides unique and personalized academic support services in an environment that empowers and inspires engaged learning so students can successfully reach their educational goals. 

Week 4

This week our missing badger was found hiding near the Auto/Diesel lab in Building 5.
 
Students in the Automotive or Diesel Technology Program will receive preparation in eight areas of Automotive Service Excellence using state-of-the-art equipment with master technician instructors. These areas include diesel engine, driver train, brakes, suspension and steering, electronic systems, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, preventive maintenance and inspection, and commercial driver training.

Week 3

This week our missing badger was found hiding near Kathy Hewitt's white board in building 6.
 
 We are offering a TON of online courses this summer term that can work around student’s busy summer schedules. Encourage your students or advisees to sign up for summer term today!
 
Keep an eye out next week, I still haven’t figured out how the badger keeps getting out of his cage!

Where will the badger turn up next?

Week 2

This week our missing badger was found hiding in the bookstore.
 
The KCC Bookstore stocks new and used textbooks, school and art supplies, KCC logo items, graduation regalia and an assortment of food and beverages.

During specific time periods, current KCC students receiving federal financial aid may be eligible to charge books and school supplies to their student accounts. The Bookstore is located between buildings 5 and 6.

Week 1

The 1st week our missing badger was found hiding in building 4 in the library of the LRC.

The KCC Library provides online full-text access to more than 15,000 magazines and journals, as well as e-books, newspapers, films, audio files, and other documents.  The Library’s in-house collection consists of over 7,000 books and videos and KCC students, staff, and faculty may also borrow items from the other 77 Sage Consortium libraries in central and eastern Oregon.

The KCC Tutoring Center offers personalized supplemental instruction in math, physics, biology, chemistry, computers, writing, anatomy & physiology and more. Tutoring is available on a drop in basis or by appointment. Students can also take advantage of live e-tutoring 24/7 through TutorMe.