Before Enrolling In Classes

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Apply

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Attend
Orientation

Details to come

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Take the Placement Test

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Apply for Financial Aid

Enrolling in Classes

If You Have Less Than 12 Credit Hours

Meet with a student success advisor to enroll in your classes.

Advising

Student Success Center

Jewell Center Room RM 3344

913-288-7696

advising@kckcc.edu


If You Have More Than 12 Credit Hours

Go to our Self Service app to enroll in your classes.

Self Service

If you need tech support, contact our HelpDesk.

913-288-7479

Technology Support Webpage

Cost of Attendance

Affordable Cost. Endless Opportunities.

KCKCC offers one of the most affordable tuition rates in the KC metro while maintaining a strong commitment to provide a high quality education.

Learn how to pay your bill

Wyandotte County Residents

$104

High School/Dual & Conccurent Enrollment

$87

Total per Credit Hour

Kansas Residents

$113

Total per Credit Hour

 

Online, Military and Veterans

$113

Total per Credit Hour

Kansas City Metro

$138.50

Total per Credit Hour

Out of State and International

$223

Total per Credit Hour

Total per Credit Hour includes the Per Credit Hour Rate and Per Credit Hour Student Fee Rate. It does not include special course fees.

 

Financial Aid

There are many sources of financial aid: scholarships, grants, work study positions and loans, to help fund your education. Fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To learn more about KCKCC financial resources, visit our Financial Aid webpage.

$60+

 

Institutional and KCKCC Foundation Scholarships

3:4

 

Students receive financial aid

Types of Aid

Presidential Scholarship

Graduating high school seniors from our service areas of Wyandotte or Leavenworth counties with at least a 3.3 GPA and qualifying ACT and ACCUPLACER test score are eligible for our Honor's Presidential Scholarship, which pays for tuition and fees up to 18 hours per semester.

The Kansas Promise Scholarship Act is a last dollar scholarship program for Kansas high school graduates and students 21 and over who enroll in select in-demand programs. For more information and a list of the programs

Learn about Kansas Promise Scholarship

The Kansas Promise Scholarship

Each semester the KCKCC Foundation awards scholarships in amounts ranging from $500 to $1800 per semester to selected applicants. Scholarships are awarded based on GPA, major or residency criteria.

Have a special talent in Art, Debate, Journalism, Music, Theatre/Drama or Athletics? Use your talent to earn money for school. Performance grants help hundreds of talented students each year pay for school, with grants ranging from partial to full tuition payments.

Paying for college is easy using a payment plan. It divides your tuition and fee balance into affordable monthly payments. There's no interest, payment options are flexible, and it's easy to enroll!

A third-party entity is defined as an individual, private, government or state agency, or other outside entities who will assist in paying for any portion of your tuition and/or fees, books, certifications etc.

This is used when an invoice directly from KCKCC is required. Examples include military TA, State Vocational Rehab, workforce centers, Tuition reimbursement, employer paid funding, etc.

Learn more about 3rd Party/Sponsored Billing

Contact Krissy Cecil for more information.

Our Programs

Kansas City Kansas Community College is devoted to workforce development. Academically, KCKCC offers four Associate degrees, many 1-year programs and Certificate programs. Students may enroll in pre-professional programs and transfer to a four-year university or college, or earn a 1-year Certificate or 2-year degree and enter the workforce.

Finding Your Program of Study

Go to our Degrees & Certificates webpage to see a full listing of the programs we offer.

Whether you are a current student or just deciding where you might want to apply for college, the MyMajors Assessment is used to help confirm your program of study and/or to help students who are exploring to discover degrees at KCKCC. The assessment will take about 20 minutes of your time and will recommend your best-fit programs that match your academic achievement, aptitude, unique interests and preferences.

Class Schedule

Credit Classes

Academic classes that count towards earning a degree or certificate.

Non-Credit Classes

Non-academic classes that focuses on professional and personal development.

Resources

At KCKCC, we pride ourselves on student success.

We provide a number of resources to ensure that our students will not only have a positive experience while attending KCKCC, but that will be successful in their future endeavors.

Bookstore

Career Services

CEIM

Counseling and Advocacy Center

Financial Aid

HelpDesk

International Student Services

Learning Commons

Military & Veterans Center

Registrar's Office

Student Accessibility ∓ Support Services

Student Health Services

Student Success Center

Wellness Center