Enrollment Checklist for Distance Education
If you are a new student, please follow these steps to get started in
1. Complete a FREE application for admission by going to our website and
- Requesting that an application be mailed to you, or
- Selecting "Online Application" from the Quicklinks dropdown menu, or
- Filling out the Online Application at http://www.kckcc.edu/Apply.
You will need to create a KCKCC account. This account will allow you to submit an application and help you keep track of application status.
2. To apply for Financial Aid, go to the website, http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. This is a FREE application. You will need to complete your tax return for the previous year before you can complete the application.
Our school code is 001925.
FINANCIAL AID: 913-288-7445
3. Take the Placement Test. This is an evaluation of your math and English skills. The assessment is FREE! Please allow one and a half hours to complete the test. You will need to know your student ID or social security number to take this test. Please contact the placement coordinator, Faith Moody, to make arrangements for proctored placement testing. Testing must be completed prior to enrollment.
PLACEMENT TEST INFORMATION: 913-288-7171
4. First time or returning KCKCC students taking online/distance courses should contact Marshall Jackson
at 913-288-7143 to receive remote advising support. You may also
schedule a distance meeting with the online advisor for a later date.
DISTANCE ADVISING FORM
You may also enroll online using WebAdvisor. Access WebAdvisor from the college home page by selecting "Students-WebAdvisor". Click on "I'm New to WebAdvisor" to get your KCKCC ID and password to log in.
STUDENT ADVISING CENTER: 913-288-7187
5. Contact the Business Office to pay for classes. You must pay for classes before they begin unless Financial Aid or a scholarship has been awarded. The Business Office accepts cash, checks, or credit cards. You may also make payment arrangements through FACTS e-cashiers on our website.
BUSINESS OFFICE: 913-288-7620
6. If you plan to come to campus, you may obtain your student ID and Parking Permit by visiting Campus Police in Room 3462. Please bring photo ID and class schedule with you.
CAMPUS POLICE: 913-288-7636
If you need accommodations for a documented disability, please contact the Academic Resource Center at 913-288-7670 V/TDD