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The College campus located at 7250 State Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas, was built in 1972; since that time, additional buildings have been constructed. In 1996, most buildings on campus were renamed. (Campus Map)

In 1977, the Performing Arts Center, which houses a 363-seat Little Theater, was dedicated. The Nursing Building was completed and dedicated in March of 1981. The Community Education Building was completed in the fall of 1986.

In 1988, the KCKCC-Leavenworth Center was opened in downtown Leavenworth. The Jack Flint Hi-Tech Building was completed and dedicated in the spring of 1992. The Wellness Center, which was opened in the spring of 1992 in the gymnasium, quickly outgrew its space and has been located in the Allied Health Building since 1996.

Construction on the new Jewell Student Center began in the fall of 1994, and many of the Student Services offices moved in at the beginning of the 1996 Spring Semester. By spring break, all Student Services had relocated to the new center.

Renovation to several commercial properties acquired by the College are set to begin in April, 2011. All Technical Education Center programs are housed at Schlagle High School. The Technical Education Center programs in Auto Technology and Auto Collision Repair will move to 6736 State Avenue in August 2011. The remaining programs will move in August, 2012 to 6535 State Avenue.