Admission to Kansas City Kansas Community College is granted by meeting one of the following requirements:
A graduate from a regionally accredited high school
A transfer student in good standing, from a regionally accredited university/college
A successful completer of the General Education Development (GED) examination
If these requirements cannot be met, students should seek admission under the special student, high school student
, or international student categories
Mandatory Evaluation & Placement
Mandatory Evaluation and Mandatory Placement were adopted by the Kansas City Kansas Board of Trustees on June 12, 2001. First-time college students who have taken the ACT or SAT within the last 24 months may be exempt from taking the placement evaluation in Reading and Writing if their score is ACT 23/SAT 575 in Reading and English. First-time college students who have taken the ACT or SAT within the last 24 months may be exempt from taking the placement evaluation in Math if their score is ACT 23/SAT 575 or higher in math.
Admission to KCKCC does not guarantee enrollment into the following programs: Nursing, Practical Nursing, MICT (Mobile Intensive Care Technician/Paramedic) Mortuary Science, Respiratory Therapy, Physical Therapy Assistant, Cosmetology, and Nail Technology.
Nontraditional Studies is composed of ten (10) programs.
Each program has regulations and criteria concerning admission and academic credit.
Nontraditional Studies is not a "short-cut" enabling students to avoid attending classes or obtain quick academic credits. Students who qualify for Nontraditional Studies academic credit are unique in their learning and educational experiences.
FERPA (the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) is a federal law and its sole purpose is to afford certain rights to students
concerning their educational records. The primary rights afforded include:
- The right to inspect and review your educational records by advanced request.
- The right to seek to have your records amended if you suspect a discrepancy.
- The right to have some control over the disclosure of information from your records.
- The right to file a complaint concerning alleged failures to comply with FERPA.
Please contact the Dean of Enrollment Services/Registrar at (913) 288-7694 if you have any questions or feel that KCKCC employees have not handled information about you properly.