Our Campus and Centers

Main Campus

7250 State Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66112

The College campus located at 7250 State Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas, was built in 1972; since that time, additional buildings have been constructed. In 1996, most buildings on campus were renamed. (See the campus map following the title page.) In 1977, the Performing Arts Center, which houses a 363-seat Little Theater, was dedicated. The Nursing Building was completed and dedicated in March of 1981. The Community Education Building was completed in the fall of 1986. The Jack Flint Hi-Tech Building was completed and dedicated in the spring of 1992. The Wellness Center, which was opened in the spring of 1992 in the gymnasium, quickly outgrew its space and has been located in the Allied Health Building since 1996. The AHB was renamed in 2016 to the Health Professions Building. Construction on the new Jewell Student Center began in the fall of 1994, and many of the Student Services offices moved in at the beginning of the 1996 Spring Semester. By spring break, all Student Services had relocated to the new center. 

Dr. Thomas R. Burke Technical Education Center

6565 State Ave.
Kansas City, KS 66102 

The Dr. Thomas R. Burke Technical Education Center (TEC) offers  over 20 high demand career programs in a state of the art 130,000 square feet complex.  The TEC offers hands-on technical skill training programs during the day which lead to certificates and employment in office and computer technology, service and health occupations, or trade and industrial fields. TEC curriculum is aligned with business and industry standards. Advanced students may participate in work-based learning experiences or internships. Leadership skills are also developed through opportunities with national student organizations.  Contact us today at 913-288-7800 for a tour.

Pioneer Career Center

1901 Spruce St
Leavenworth, KS 

Offering both technical certificate and associate degree programs, the Pioneer Career Center is open to community members seeking further educational career opportunities as well as eligible juniors and seniors. High school students will have the chance to take classes in a “hands-on environment” while earning college credit at the same time. Credits earned at the career center can be used toward earning an associate’s degree at KCKCC or can be transferred to other educational institutions. Tuition for current high school students is free, although there might be additional fees for some of the programs.

Programs and services previously offered at KCKCC-Leavenworth are at Pioneer Career Center. This includes all KCKCC classes, the GED program, financial aid and career placement assistance.

 Programs that are offered at the Pioneer Career Center include:

  • Culinary Arts
  • CNA / CMA
  • Construction Technology
  • Commercial and Residential Equipment Repair
  • Electrical Technology
  • HVAC

Classes are offered in morning, afternoon and evening times.

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