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The K Life

Ours is a campus life for students – planned by students. In addition to our residence hall entertainment programs, theatrical performances, and movie series, campus events include:
  • The "Day of Gracious Living," when students are excused from class for a day
  • K Idol, our annual talent show
  • Homecoming Week, including pumpkin painting and pep rallies
  • Spring Fling, when students gather on the Quad to celebrate with activities and contests

Residential Life

First-year students live in one of six residence halls. Second-year students may choose to live in a residence hall in one of our seven Living Learning Houses. All are positive, inclusive communities, with comfortably furnished rooms and gathering spaces, plus a variety of entertaining programs, including:
  • movie marathons and video game tournaments
  • guest speakers and group discussions
  • poetry nights and cultural festivals
  • barbecues and international food parties
  • outdoor activities and dances

The K-Plan

The K-Plan is a highly individualized, experiential curriculum that will bring out your very best. It's made up of four components:
  1. The Liberal Arts & Sciences, with a flexible curriculum
  2. Learning Through Experience, from internships to research projects
  3. International Engagement, with study abroad options in more than 25 countries
  4. Senior Individualized Project (SIP), culminating in a thesis, performance, or creative work

Center for International Programs

Kalamazoo College is the leader in study abroad. Extended stays, intercultural research, and home stays differentiate our innovative program. K students rank among the nation's leaders in foreign language proficiency. Through the Center for International Programs, K sends students to 35 sites in 23 countries on 6 continents. At Kalamazoo College, 80% of our students graduate with study abroad experience.