Coffeyville Technical Campus News
Coffeyville Community College has many smart students according to the Spring 2017 honor rolls released on June 6.
Coffeyville Community College received word from BestColleges.com it ranked as the number one community college in Kansas for 2017.
State Farm Agent Harold Mann serves on the Coffeyville Community College Collision Repair program advisory committee and understands the goals and objectives to train a skilled workforce. When the opportunity arose for State Farm to donate a vehicle that had been totaled, Mann jumped on the opportunity to help.
Ten students passed national EMT exams in January making it five straight semesters of 100% passage rates for students at Coffeyville Community College.
Coffeyville Community College welcomed students from several area high schools to a hands-on experiential campus visit that included both the Coffeyville and Columbus Technical campuses.
The Coffeyville Community College Technical Campus has partnered with USD 445 to provide an Introductory Craft Skills program for Field Kindley High School students this school year. The program is geared towards ESL students.
If you are in high school and are trying to decide on a career, the upcoming Coffeyville Community College Technical Campus Tech Day could shed some light on the issue.
When Don Crawford and his team made the decision to upgrade their paint system to the PPG Envirobase system, Crawford contacted Ryan Thompson of Thompson Brothers Welding and Industrial Supply and suggested that they team up and donate the solvent based PPG system and supplies to Coffeyville Community College’s Automotive Collision program.
Applications for the next nursing classes at CCC are being accepted through Nov. 22, 2016. Classes will start in January 2017 and will run through December 2017.
Nearly 200 Juniors and Seniors from 25 different school districts spent some time exploring the opportunities at Coffeyville Community College on Thursday, November 10.
Approximately 50 area high school students from Caney, Labette County, Coffeyville and Independence toured industrial facilities in Montgomery County on October 12 as part of Manufacturing Day 2016.
Coffeyville Community College has received notification that it has been selected as the #2 Most Affordable Community College in the country by AffordableColleges.com. This is the second year in a row that CCC placed in the top two.
The Coffeyville Community College Technical Campus along with several other entities and businesses will host Manufacturing Day on Oct. 12 for area high school students.
Coffeyville Community College is proud to announce that more than 280 students are eligible to graduate this spring. The graduation ceremony will take place on May 7th at 10 a.m. in the west gym of Nellis Hall on CCC's Main Campus.
Coffeyville Community College has been credited as a Pearson VUE Testing Site for individuals seeking third party credentials.
The Coffeyville Community College Technical Campus lent a helping hand to girl scout Brooke Ray with her Silver Award Project.
Coffeyville Community College recognizes Spears Manufacturing, Windsor Place, and Community State Bank as partners through the Kansas Board of Regents Employer Engagement Initiative.
The Coffeyville Community College Technical Campus partnered with MAMTC (Mid-America Manufacturing Technology Center) and invited local area high school students to participate Coffeyville Tech Days.
Coffeyville Community College hosted the Southeast Kansas District FFA Welding, Milk Quality and Agronomy contest on Jan. 27.
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The Southeast Kansas District FFA Welding, Milk Quality, and Agronomy competition has been canceled due to adverse weather conditions across the state. The event has been rescheduled for Jan. 27th.
A total of 70 students completed degree requirements at Coffeyville Community College this past fall semester.
Coffeyville Community College is proud to host Southeast Kansas District FFA Welding, Milk Quality, and Agronomy contest on Jan. 20. Events will take place on the Coffeyville Community College Technical Campus and Welding facilities.
Coffeyville Technical Campus is parting with MAMTC (Mid-America Manufacturing Technology Center) and inviting local area high school students to Coffeyville Tech Days.
Placement on the President’s Honor Roll requires a minimum of 14 hours of graded academic work with a grade point average of 3.75 or higher and no grade below a B. The Vice President’s Honor Roll requires a minimum of 12 hours of graded academic work with a grade point average of 3.4 or higher and no grade below a B.