Kansas City Kansas Community College was founded in 1923 as part of the Public School System of Kansas City, Kansas. In 1965, the name of the College changed to Kansas City Kansas Junior College. Then in 1979, legislative action created another name change for the two-year colleges in the State of Kansas.
Kansas City Kansas Community College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association and the Kansas Board of Regents.
Kansas City Kansas Community College provides:
- an educational environment
- transfer education
- career education
- general education
- continuing education
- developmental education
- community services
- education and support services
- student support services
- a multicultural environment
- administrative and institutional support services
- a campus environment
Delivery Methods of Courses
- Computer assisted
- Web enhanced
- Competency based
- Traditional lecture
Admissions & Enrollment
The Office of Admissions & Records handles applications for admission, transcript request, campus visits, enrollment, schedule changes, and a host of other services.
Kansas City Kansas Community College admits any person who has graduated from an accredited high school or is 18 years of age and has successfully passed the GED is eligible to enroll at KCKCC.
There are numerous sources of funding to assist students in meeting the cost of education. The student financial aid program at Kansas City Kansas Community College exists to help students access funding sources, which can be used to pay for tuition, books, fees and living expenses while they pursue an educational degree. The Student Financial Aid Office works with federal and state agencies, as well as KCKCC campus departments to provide financial aid to eligible students.
These awards come from a variety of sources and do not require repayment. The criteria for these awards can vary and may include grade point average, community service, residency, financial need, membership, etc. A complete list of the scholarships available can be found in the KCKCC library.