Fast Facts About Coffeyville Community College

Established: 1923.     

Mission: Comprehensive Community College.

Location: Southeast Kansas, one hour north of Tulsa, Okla.

District: Southern half of Montgomery County.

Tax Base: $166,615.354

Budget:  $18,711,596.  

Current Mill Levy:  44.012.

College Foundation Assets: $7.6 million.

Revenue Sources: 45% local; 22% students; 15% state; 18% other.

Current Tuition and Fees: $65 per credit hour.

Current on-campus housing cost:  $5,300 per year.

Enrollment:

FY 2013 Headcount: 2614 (52% from Montgomery County).

FY 2013 Credit Hours: 39,331 hours (69% generated by Kansas residents, 98% of credit hours are offered in service area).

Students: 55% of first-time freshmen tested into remedial courses; 60% of students are 18-21 years old; 57% of students are full-time; 53% of students are female; 91% of students receive some form of financial aid.
            
Number of Employees: CCC is the 16th largest employer in Coffeyville (141 full-time, 9 part-time).
            
Full-time Faculty: Teach 94% of the total credit hours.

Faculty to student ratio: 1:21.

Degrees Offered: AA, AS, AAS, AGS.

Number of Program: 24 academic programs, 15 technical programs, 14 certificate programs.

Accreditation: Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools since 1972.  Accreditation reaffirmed in 2004 for 10 years.

Campuses:

Main Campus, 400 W. 11th Street, Coffeyville, KS.
Technical Campus, 700 Roosevelt Street, Coffeyville, KS.
Technical Campus, 509 W. Elm Street, Columbus, KS.

Number of Facilities:  43 buildings over 39 acres on 3 campuses.

Excellence:

  • In the last ten years, CCC students have been named International
    Guistwhite Scholars (5), International Coca-Cola Scholars (7), New Century Scholars (2), named to the All-USA Team (7) and one was an International Officer.
  • The Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has been named the Most Outstanding Kansas Region Chapter 10 of the last 11 years. The Chapter has also been recognized as one of the Top 25 International Chapters seven times.
  • CCC is home to 274 NJCAA Academic Award Recipients with 124 of those being NJCAA Distinguished Academic Award Recipients and 11 National Championships.
  • According to CCCMoney, CCC ranks #30 in retention for all US Community Colleges, retaining 62%.
  • In 2011, out of 264 applications to the Local 441 Pipefitters Union, nine CCC welding students were accepted into the union. CCC welding students ranked as the top three individuals with the union, and all nine CCC students ranked in the top 14 slots with the Local 441.

Local Economic Impact:

  • The last economic impact study conservatively valued CCC as a $51 million impact to the local economy.
  • In 2012-2013, $4.9 million in federal dollars was brought to Coffeyville through Pell Grants and Work Study.
  • Over the past ten years, CCC has been awarded more than $6.3 million in grant funding for facility and program enhancements.
  • Each property tax dollar collected results in $5.81 reinvested in the community.
  • For each Kansas tax dollar collected, citizens see $3.90 returned on their investment.
  • Montgomery County students can save a minimum of $10,000/year tuition, fees, room & board) by living at home and attending CCC rather than attending an area college.

Recent Initiatives

Local Collaboration

  • CCC works with over 75 different businesses represented on our technical advisory boards.
  • CCC graduates go to work for Coffeyville Regional Medical Center (CRMC), Southwire, CVR Energy, SEKTAM, Windsor Place, Medicalodges, John Deere Coffeyville Works, LINDE, Mid-America Pipe & Steel, Crossland Construction, the City of Coffeyville, Pipefitters and Boilermakers Unions and many other.
  • CCC provides customized training for CRMC, CVR Energy and City of Coffeyville to name a few.
  • Construction, Machining and Information Systems programs were recently started due to local workforce shortfalls.
  • The CCC Nursing Program was established due to local need in collaboration with CRMC.
  • Established a Fire Science program in partnership with the City of Coffeyville and USD 445.

State-wide Partnerships

  • Electrical Power Technology partnership with Pratt Community College and the City of Coffeyville to train electric linemen.
  • KCCEC Developing and Enhancing Work Force Training Programs: electric power sector with Dodge City Community College, Pratt Community College, Flint Hills Technical College, Manhattan Tech and CCC.
  • Independence Community College partnership to provide entrepreneur program.

Other Initiatives

  • Multi-Purpose Facility Constructed in FY 2012

Work completed by Construction & Electrical Programs students.

Available for Athletic and Activity Programs
.

  • Construction/Welding Facility in Columbus

Funded by Economic Development Association Grant (EDA) - $451,500.

Funded by KS Dept. of Commerce/Workforce Solutions Grant - $100,000.

Funded by the Sunderland Foundation - $100,000
.

  • Nursing Program

Funded by KS Dept. of Commerce/Workforce Solutions Grant - $100,000.

Equipment Funded by a Perkins Reserve Fund Grant - $41,185.

Requested by area health care facilities and the local community
.

  • Electric Power Technology Program

Partnership with Pratt Community College and the City of Coffeyville.

Requested by the City of Coffeyville to fill an employment need
.

  • Construction, Machining & Information Systems Programs

Funded by a Title III Grant.

Requested by industry to fill future workforce needs
.