Kansas City Kansas Community College was founded in 1923 as part of the Public School System of Kansas City, Kansas. In 1965, in accordance with legislation governing two-year colleges in the State of Kansas, 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. The term junior was dropped from their names and replaced with community; at this time the College officially became known as Kansas City Kansas Community College.

Mission Statement

Kansas City Kansas Community College is a public, urban, open-door, and comprehensive community college committed to excellence in higher education. Through an accessible and supportive learning environment, the college mission is to provide higher education and lifelong learning to the varied communities, primarily in its service area of Wyandotte and Leavenworth counties.

State of the Art Facilities

Kansas City Kansas Community College is a centrally located public 2-year institution in northeast Kansas located within Wyandotte County.  On campus facilities are second to none including state of the art classrooms and equipment, sport fields, and housing.  The campus also places an emphasis on safety of students through a dedicated police force.

The Board of Trustees

Visit the Board of Trustees section for Regular Board Meeting Notices, Board Minutes and Tentative Agendas.

Accreditation

HLC_AccreditedKansas City Kansas Community College (KCKCC) is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association. KCKCC is fully accredited and has been approved under Commission policy to offer up to 100% of its total degree programs through distance education. The college’s next comprehensive evaluation is 2015-2016.

Campus Map

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Fast Facts

Student Characteristics

 


Endowment AssociationThe Endowment Association awards scholarships each year ranging from $250 to assist with the purchase of books to full payment of tuition, fees, and books based on scholarship criteria and a student’s academic qualifications.

Many of the recipients of these scholarships are non-traditional students who don’t qualify for traditional forms of financial aid.

Events

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