“When I got into classes at Macomb, I knew a lot of people because I went to high school with them or I saw them at football games. It’s a closer atmosphere for me. Knowing Macomb has smaller classes, 25 to 40 people – to me, it helps with the transition from college to university. I was a B/C student in high school – I’d get an occasional A. People always think college is scary, but I’m a 3.9 student at Macomb now. There’s definitely something here that helps students. I’ve never been an all-A student, and having all As is really nice.”
Kelly Kozowicz graduated from Utica Eisenhower High School and is now studying at Macomb toward a career in criminal justice. She is working with her counselors to dual enroll at Oakland University next fall.