Coffeyville Community College News
Coffeyville Community College President Linda Moley was one of 35 college presidents recognized by Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) at its 100th annual convention in Kansas City, Missouri, April 19-21.
Senator Dan Goddard and Representative Jim Kelly presented the Coffeyville Community College volleyball team with Certificates of Recognition from the Kansas Senate and Kansas House of Representatives. The Red Ravens won the NJCAA D-II Volleyball National Championship this past fall.
Coffeyville Community College RN program has earned a 100% passage rate for 2018. Additionally, the LPN program has a 100% passage rate and is ranked #5 in the state of Kansas.
Disney's Beauty and the Beast will hit the Coffeyville Community College stage on April 26-28. Productions will be at 7:30 p.m. each evening during the show's run. Performances will take place in the Spencer/Rounds Theatre, and admission is free.
Coffeyville Community College is proud to announce that 247 students are eligible to graduate this spring. The graduation ceremony will take place on May 12th at 10 a.m. in the west gym of Nellis Hall on the main CCC campus.
Coffeyville Community College offers students transportation to and from the Tulsa International Airport at the beginning and end of semesters and during certain holidays and breaks.
Coffeyville Community College Head Football Coach Aaron Flores received the call he has been waiting on for months on Sunday, and he immediately made the trip to Omaha, Neb. to receive a double lung transplant. During Flores' absence, Assistant Head Coach Cody Oates has been appointed Interim Head Football Coach.
The Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Coffeyville Community College was named Most Distinguished Chapter in the Kansas/Nebraska Region at the Society's annual convention March 2-4 at the Cornhusker Hotel, Lincoln, Nebraska.
The Coffeyville Red Ravens placed 11th nationally at the 2018 NAQT Community College Championshp Tournament held on March 2-3 in Chicago
Coffeyville Community College partnered with Community Elementary School and Holy Name School to provide students an opportunity to explore technical careers.
The Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Coffeyville Community College has selected Rebekah Morris as their February Member of the Month.
Officers, alumni, and advisers of the Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Coffeyville Community College held their annual spring semester retreat February 9-10 at Five Mile Camp in Quapaw, Oklahoma.
Coffeyville Community College sophomores Kenneth Dodson of Coffeyville and Brylee Brasher of Claremore, Oklahoma, have been selected to represent the college in the ALL-USA Community College Academic Team Competition. Criteria for selection includes academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends their education beyond the classroom to benefit society.
The Coffeyville Red Ravens have earned a spot at the NAQT Community College Championship Tournament after taking second at the NAQT sectional held on Jan. 20 at Cloud County Community College in Concordia, Kan.
The Coffeyville Community College theatre department will kick off 2018 with a three-night production of "Sylvia", a play by A.R. Gurney. The play will be staged from Feb. 22-24 in the Spencer/Rounds Performing Arts Theatre at 7:30 p.m. each evening. Admission is free.
Open auditions for the upcoming Coffeyville Community College (CCC) production of "Disney's Beauty and the Beast" will be Feb. 26-27. Children 8 to 17 can audition from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Feb. 26. Adults 18 and over will audition from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Feb. 27.
The Coffeyville Red Ravens placed second at the NAQT sectional held on Jan. 20 at Cloud County in Concordia, Kan. The Ravens finished the tournament with a 7-2 record, second to only Redlands (8-1) who will receive an automatic bid to compete at NAQT nationals. Coffeyville could very well receive an invitation for the national tournament based on their performance. The National NAQT Tournament will be March 2-3 in Chicago.
Coffeyville Community College has many smart students according to the Fall 2017 honor rolls released on January 17.
The CCC-Columbus construction program recently hosted a workshop for over 70 Columbus Elementary fifth graders over a two-day period.
The Coffeyville Community College LPN program received notification that it ranks as the number five best nursing program in Kansas by TopNursing.org.
The Coffeyville Community College quiz bowl team continued its string of impressive performances with the latest occurring on Dec. 2 at the Cowley Snow Bowl.
Twelve representatives of the Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Coffeyville Community College spent their Thanksgiving vacation volunteering at the Denver international processing center of Operation Christmas Child.
Coffeyville Community College sophomores Brylee Brasher and Kenneth Dodson were selected by their peers as the 2017-2018 Mr. and Miss Redd T. Raven during Homecoming in late October.
Members of the Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Coffeyville Community College participated in the Kansas/Nebraska Region Honors in Action Conference held November 3-5 in Junction City.
Kris Adams, CCC Marketing Director, was presented the District 5 NCMPR Rising Star award during the joint quarterly district meeting with District 3 and 5 in Davenport, Iowa.