First and foremost, the Division of Student Services at Kansas City Kansas Community College is here to assist students in completing their degree or certificate.  To make that happen, the staff in the Division believe that learning occurs both inside and outside of the classroom.  In addition to utilizing our Student Advising Center and Counseling and Advocacy Center for assistance with academic matters, we encourage students to participate in programs and activities sponsored by Student Activities, the Intercultural Center, and Athletics.  Enjoying living in Student Housing, seeking medical help from our Health Center, or offering quality care through our Child Care Center, we focus on all the ways we can help students be successful.

Child Care Center

The Child Care Center is open to serve both day and evening students. The facility provides an education program for children while parents are attending class or working on campus. Children ages 2 to 12 years old may attend the Center.

Health Center

The Health Office is staffed by a certified, registered nurse and is equipped with a variety of supplies, equipment, and over the counter medications for treatment of minor illness or injury. Vision and hearing screenings are available on an appointment basis. A local physician is consulted regularly to provide standing orders for treatment. No problem is too small, so please feel free to utilize the service.

Intercultural Center

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The Intercultural Center is designed to provide students, faculty, staff, and local communities with an enriched environment that celebrates the cultural contributions of our diverse populations.

Stop by the Intercultural Center for complimentary beverages, good conversation, and interaction with students, faculty, staff and community members. We are located on the Lower Level of the Jewell Building, room 2303.


Soccer PhotoThe intercollegiate athletics program is an integral part of Kansas City Kansas Community College. It is the duty of the Athletics Department to provide leadership in the development of values. These values include: intellectual, social, moral, emotional, and cultural growth, loyalty, cooperation, teamwork, physical health and an ability to accept responsibilities.  Athletics Site

Student Advising

Advisors at KCKCC help students with educational objectives such as deciding on a major, understanding degree requirements, planning a KCKCC degree program, preparing to transfer to a four-year institution, and course selection and transferability.  First time or returning KCKCC students studying at the main campus should call the Student Advising Center at 913.288.7696 to make an appointment.



Register Now for KCKCC-Leavenworth’s Criminal Law Course

by College Relations
Thursday, August 14, 2014
The Kansas City Kansas Community College-Leavenworth Center has a great option available for those students interested in a career in criminal justice.

The Kansas City Kansas Community College-Leavenworth Center has a great option available for those students interested in a career in criminal justice.

CRJS 203 Criminal Law meets from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays at KCKCC-Leavenworth Center, Aug. 19 to Dec. 16. The cost for Kansas residents, active duty military and family members is $264.

 This course provides a comprehensive overview of the classification and components of crimes, with particular emphasis on common and Kansas criminal law. Students will be provided basic theories of substantive criminal law and will develop the ability to identify crimes and to ascertain lesser charges that may be appropriate. Emphasis will also be place on using examples based on actual court cases. The nature, sources and typed of criminal law will be examined.

 Some of the topics that will be discussed include historical perspectives; the modern U.S. legal system; the principles of criminality; causation; criminal attempt; criminal law in the news; criminal conspiracy; criminal solicitation; types of defenses; use of deadly force; resisting arrest; excuses and insanity; criminal homicide; murder; manslaughter; negligent homicide; vehicular homicide; assault, battery and other personal crimes; property and computer crimes such as theft, larceny and embezzlement; public order crimes such as fighting and vagrancy; terrorism and human trafficking; offenses against public morality and punishment and sentencing, among others.

 The instructor of the course is Terra Morehead. After graduating from Washburn University School of Law in 1986,  she became a state court prosecutor first as the Kiowa County Attorney in Greensburg, Kan. and then as an Assistant District Attorney in the Wyandotte County District Attorney’s Office in Kansas City, Kan. As a state court prosecutor, she has handled violent crimes that include child abuse, sex crimes and homicides. In 2002, Morehead became an Assistant United States Attorney; handling firearm related crimes, as well as, complex drug prosecutions.  She has taught at KCKCC for approximately 17 years as an adjunct professor, in criminal justice related courses.

 For more information on how to register for this course, contact the KCKCC-Leavenworth Center at 651-2111.

Contact Information

Dr. Jonathon Long - Dean of Student Services

Kay Crossley - Administrative Assistant

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