Fast Facts About Coffeyville Community College

Campus CourtyardEstablished: 1923.

First Graduating Class:  May 1925

Mission: Comprehensive Community College.

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

District: Southern half of Montgomery County (Includes Caney, Coffeyville, Dearing, Havana, Jefferson, Liberty, & Tyro)

Tax Base: $182,529,961 (FY 2021)

Budget:  $26,813,443 (FY 2021)

Current Mill Levy:  42.835 (FY 2021)

College Foundation Assets: $12.9 million

Revenue Sources: 33% local; 30% students; 17% state; 11% auxiliary/activity; 6% federal, and 3% other

Current Tuition and Fees: $95 per credit hour (Kansas Resident)

Current on-campus housing: $7,050 per year includes room and meal plan.  560 student beds.   Approximately one-fourth of CCC students live on campus.

Enrollment: FY2021 Total Headcount: 2,971 (56% male, 44% female); 62% Kansas Resident

Students: 87% of full-time students receive some form of financial aid.
Number of Employees:  207 (full & part-time), 193 live in KS (93%) and 168 are MG Co. Residents (81%)
Faculty: 90% of the total credit hours are taught by full time faculty.

Degrees Offered: AA, AS, AAS, AAS in Technical Studies, and the AGS

Number of Program: 19 academic programs, 15 technical programs, 14 certificate programs, 3 course certificates

Accreditation: Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools since 1972.  Accreditation reaffirmed in 2015 for 10 years.  Next comprehensive visit 2024-2025.

Main Campus: 400 W. 11th Street, Coffeyville, KS
Technical Campus: 700 Roosevelt Street, Coffeyville, KS
Technical Campus: 509 W. Elm Street, Columbus, KS
Caney Valley High School Location: 436700 East Bullpup Blvd, Caney, KS
Labette County High School Location: 601 High School Ave, Altamont, KS

Number of Facilities:  35 buildings over 33.2 acres on 3 campuses

Economic Impact

  • CCC employees, students and visitors generate over $20.2 million to support the local economy.
  • CCC generates $45.5 million in local business volume on college-related expenditures.
  • CCC’s net economic impact is $37.5 million.
  • CCC brings over $6.26 million in federal dollars to Coffeyville.
  • CCC’s financial impact creates 1,017 full time jobs including CCC employees.
  • Return on investment of local tax dollars expended: $4.65
  • 81% of CCC employees live and work in Montgomery County and 93% live and work in Kansas.
  • Many CCC graduates go to work for area businesses upon graduation; thus, supporting the local economy.

Educational Training Initiatives

  • CCC secured a $331,149 Advanced Manufacturing Grant from the Kansas Department of Commerce to purchase high tech equipment for the Construction. Electrical, and Machining programs in 2020.
  • CCC provides scholarships to Coffeyville, Caney and Tyro high school students for concurrent and online course work while still in high school.
  • CCC offers scholarships for military personnel to continue their education.
  • CCC has completed four (4) Workforce AID Grant Projects with the Kansas Department of Commerce for area machining and welding industries.
  • CCC provides educational services for 13 area high schools.  Programs offered for area high schools include Allied Health, Automotive Service, Collision Repair, Construction, EMT, Information Systems, Machining, Medical Assisting, and Welding.
  • CCC provides Promise Scholarship funding through the Kansas Board of Regents for CTE program students.
  • CCC provides completely online associate degrees for distance learning students.


  • Ranked number one in graduation rates for Kansas community colleges by KBOR Foresight 2020 report.
  • According to CNNMoney, CCC ranks #13 in retention for all US Community Colleges, retaining 62%.
  • Ranked number two of best community colleges in Kansas by
  • Ranked fourth lowest tuition rate for community colleges in Kansas according to
  • CCC has had 126 Distinguished Academic All-American Award Recipients; 287 Academic All-Americans; and, 316 Athletic All-Americans.
  • CCC’s Paramedic, Medical Assisting and Medical Lab Tech programs are accredited by third party national accrediting bodies (CAAHEP/CoAEMSP, MAERB, & NACCLS).
  • The Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an academic honor society, has been recognized as the Most Outstanding Kansas Region Chapter for ten of the last 13 years. The chapter has also been recognized as one of the Top 100 International Chapters for 7 of the last 9 years.
  • In the last 15 years, CCC students have been named International Guistwhite Scholars (5), International Coca Cola Scholars (8), New Century Scholars (2), Nota Bene Recipient (1), named to the All-USA Academic Team (7), an International Officer (1), and in 2014 one of the two finalists for the International Presidency.
  • CCC’s Men’s Basketball team won the NJCAA Division I National Championship in 2021.
  • CCC sprinter, Nolten Shelvin, won the NJCAA Division I National Championship in the 100m in 2021.
  • CCC’s 4x100 relay team won the NJCAA Division I National Championship in 2021.
  • Former CCC sprinter, Andre De Grasse, won the 200m and finished third in the 100m at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.  De Grasse won the NJCAA 60m indoor and 100m outdoor National Championships while at CCC and the NCAA 100m National Championship while at the University of Southern Cal.


  • CCC partners with Pratt Community College and the City of Coffeyville for the Electric Power Technology program to train much needed electric linemen for the region.  CCC provides facilities, student services and general education courses for program students; Pratt provides the instructor and EPT curriculum; and, the City of Coffeyville provides lab space for training.
  • The CCC Medical Lab Tech program was started at the request of five (5) area hospitals due to workforce shortages for certified Medical Laboratory Technicians.
  • Nursing program developed to meet area workforce needs in collaboration with CRMC and Windsor Place.
  • CCC partners with USD 445 and the City of Coffeyville for Fire Science training at the high school.
  • CCC partners with USD 445 Early Learning Center to offer scholarships to parents of ELC students.
  • CCC works with over 75 different businesses represented on our technical program advisory boards.
  • CCC provides Auto Service, Construction & Machining training in conjunction with USD 506, Altamont on the Labette County High School campus.
  • CCC provides CPR, Certified Nurse Aide, Construction, Medical Terminology, Phlebotomy, and Welding training in conjunction with USD 436, Caney Valley on the Caney Valley High School campus