Coffeyville Technical Campus News
Graduation applications for the spring term are due to the Registar's Office by March 5th.
Coffeyville Community College has released the honor roll for the Fall 2019 semester.
Coffeyville Community College President Linda Moley has decided now is the perfect time to step back and enjoy her family, friends, and more time on the golf course. Moley will retire as President at the end of December.
The 2018-2019 LPN class at Coffeyville Community College has earned a 100% passage rate on the NCLEX exam.
Coffeyville Community College is proud to announce that 290 students are eligible to graduate this spring. The graduation ceremony will take place on May 11th at 10 a.m. in the west gym of Nellis Hall on the main CCC campus.
Former CCC football standout and NFL player Akin Ayodele will address the 2019 graduates of Coffeyville Community College on Saturday, May 11, at 10 a.m. in the Gilmer K. Nellis Hall.
Coffeyville Community College's nursing program hosted a career and education fair for students looking to further their education in health related fields.
Coffeyville Community College recently released the Fall 2018 Honor Rolls.
A total of 46 students completed graduation requirements at Coffeyville Community College this past fall.
Students in Coffeyville Community College's LPN program earned a 100% passage rate this past school year.
Coffeyville Community College has many smart students according to the Spring 2018 honor rolls released on June 4.
Coffeyville Community College's Roy Shafer and Dr. Marlon Thornburg received awards during the opening ceremony of the 2018 SkillsUSA competition on April 25.
Coffeyville Community College is proud to announce that 248 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 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.
Coffeyville Community College partnered with Community Elementary School and Holy Name School to provide students an opportunity to explore technical careers.
The Coffeyville Community College LPN program received notification that it ranks as the number five best nursing program in Kansas by TopNursing.org.
Coffeyville Community College has received notification that it has been moved back to the #1 Most Affordable Community College in the country by AffordableColleges.com. Last year CCC was ranked #2 after holding the #1 spot in 2015.
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.