Choosing Kansas City Kansas Community College (KCKCC)
is a wonderful decision to further your education. The College’s
sensitivity to the needs of its students is demonstrated by
its accessibility, flexibility, comprehensiveness, quality, and
Kansas City Kansas Community College is a centrally located
public 2-year institution in northeast Kansas. Within the city
limits of Kansas City, Kansas, the College is conveniently
located within Wyandotte County.
A flexible schedule of course offerings is provided to meet the
needs of its students. In addition to regular day and evening
courses, KCKCC offers classes in the late afternoon, on
Saturdays, in the summer, online, and at mid-semester.
KCKCC has two extension sites at 1) the Pioneer-Leavenworth
Career Center, 1905 Spruce in Leavenworth, Kansas, and 2)
Dr. Thomas R. Burke Technical Education Center, 6565 State
Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas. KCKCC also offers classes
at a variety of locations in the metropolitan area and in small
towns surrounding Kansas City, Kansas.
Our College serves approximately 9,800 students annually
with its programs and course offerings for both transfer credit
and non-credit. 58% of our students reside within the county,
35% come from other Kansas counties; 5% from Missouri, and
2% from other states.
The average age of students at KCKCC is 29. 58% of the
student body is female; 41% is male. Culturally, 48% are
Caucasian; 25% are African-American, 17% are Hispanic;
3% are Asian/Pacific Islander; and 7% are American Indian or
multi-racial, respectively. Full time students comprise 37 % of
the student body; 63 % attend part time.
Faculty members at KCKCC are committed to the philosophy
of a 2-year college, have studied at colleges and universities
both in the United States and in foreign countries, and bring
years of practical, “real-world” experience to the classroom.
Academically, KCKCC offers four Associate degrees which
provide the foundation for nearly all 4-year degrees. In
addition, many 1-year programs and Certificate programs are
offered. Students may enroll in pre-professional programs
(i.e., pre-dentistry) and transfer to a four-year university or
college, or earn a 1-year Certificate or 2-year degree and enter
the work force.