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.
Selective Admissions for Paramedic Students
Admission to the College does not guarantee acceptance into the Paramedic Program.
Students seeking admission into the Paramedic Program must first be admitted to the College and then apply to the Paramedic Program. Applications to the Paramedic Program are available from the EMT/Paramedic Program Director or EMS Lab Supervisor by email at firstname.lastname@example.org after January 1 of each year. A link to the application website will be emailed back to you.
All students accepted into the Paramedic Program must complete and turn in proof of the following: physical examination, current TB test or chest x-ray, and proof that immunizations are current.
For more information about the Paramedic Program contact Jeff Smith, Interim Director EMT/Paramedic Programs at 913-288-7208 or email@example.com
Selective Admissions for Nursing Students
Admission to the College does not guarantee acceptance into the Nursing Program.
Students seeking admission into the Nursing Program must first be admitted to the College and then apply to the Nursing Program. Applications to the Nursing Program are available in the Nursing Office. The deadline for submitting Nursing applications is January 31 for Fall classes and August 31 for Spring classes.
Students with transcript grades in physical and biological science courses more than seven years old must repeat these courses before acceptance into the Nursing Program will be granted.
All students accepted into the Nursing Program must complete a health form, physical examination, TB test or chest x-ray, and document current immunizations. For further information, contact the Nursing Education Office.
Individuals are admitted to KCKCC as special students if they are over 18 years of age, do not have a high school diploma or GED certificate cannot meet “ability to benefit” criteria, and are non-degree seeking.
Students from Non-Accredited High Schools
Students who graduate from a non-accredited high school or are home-schooled can be admitted to the College based on their ACT, SAT, or GED scores and a personal interview with the Director of Admissions.