Coffeyville Community College News

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.

Coffeyville Community College was recognized as having the highest graduation rates among Kansas community colleges during the January Kansas Board of Regents monthly meeting in Topeka.

The Fall 2016 Honor Rolls were recently released by Coffeyville Community College.

The 2017 class of the NJCAA Men’s Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame was released on Jan. 9. The inductees of this year’s class include former Trinity Valley (Texas) and Brown Mackie (Kansas) forward Eddie Robinson, former Coffeyville (Kan.) guard Craig Tucker, current Lansing (Michigan) head coach Michael Ingram, Joliet (Ill.) head coach Joe Kuhn and former Vincennes (Ind.) sports information director Robert Stevens.

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 - Columbus Technical Campus Tech Day could shed some light on the issue.

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.

Kenyon Clark, a Riverton High School junior, attends classes at the Baxter Springs welding site offered by Coffeyville Community College, Columbus Tech Campus. Kenyon is the first student attending the new program to earn a 6G pipe welding certification. Students from the program are tested by an AWS certified welding inspector. Students’ welds must meet the acceptance criteria of Section IX of the Boiler Pressure Vessel Code in order to certify.

Thirty-nine students representing three states and one foreign country are the newest members of Phi Theta Kappa at Coffeyville Community College.  The students were inducted in a formal ceremony Wednesday, November 30, at 6:00 p.m. in the college Oak Room.

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.

The Coffeyville Community College Thanksgiving vacation found members of the Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa volunteering at the international processing plant of Operation Christmas Child, a program of Samaritan's Purse.

The Coffeyville Community College music department is teaming up with the Coffeyville Community Children’s Choir to present a holiday concert on Tuesday evening, November 29 at 7 p.m. in the Spencer/Rounds Theatre on the main campus.

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.

Members of the Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Coffeyville Community College attended the international Honor Society's Kansas/Nebraska Region Honors in Action Conference November 4-6.

The Coffeyville Community College Theatre department is set to entertain audiences during the 2016 Raven Holiday with "One Snowy Night" by Charles Way.

Traditional and contemporary songs on guitar and banjo in a musical style that is both Celtic and American will take center stage on November 15 in the Spencer/Rounds Theatre at Coffeyville Community College.

When people think of magic, most think of Harry Houdini. His escape attempts and daring stunts during the formative industrial age of our nation in the 1920s have made his mark in history. But Houdini was tormented by the loss of his mother and spent the latter years of his life truly believing he could contact her in the spirit world.

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.

Kansas City folk duo Betse & Clarke will present “Traveling Music," a musical and cultural heritage program exploring American folk music at CCC on Nov. 1.

Tim Munday, a Coffeyville Community College sophomore and graduate of Caney Valley High School, has been selected as the October Phi Theta Kappa Member of the Month.

Coffeyville Community College invites the community to become a witness and participant in the demonstration of an old-fashioned séance during the presentation of “Hauntings” on Oct. 26 -27.

Coffeyville Community College found themselves on the receiving end of some very large gifts in the form of trees.

Spook Handy performed alongside Pete Seeger at festivals and concerts over 50 times from 2003 – 2013. He learned firsthand many of Pete’s songs and the stories behind them. Now, Spook is on a three year “Remembering Pete Seeger” World Tour.