Columbus Technical Campus News
Enrollment for the Spring 2021 semester will begin on October 14. Spring classes will begin on January 11.
Important answers to your questions regarding CCC's fall reopening plan.
Coffeyville Community College has released the honor rolls for the Spring 2020 semester.
A statement from Coffeyville Community College concerning recent events of social injustice in the country.
Even if COVID-19 will prevent a formal ceremony to recognize graduates this spring, degrees and certificates continue to be earned by Coffeyville Community College students.
CCC President Dr. Marlon Thornburg has released a new statement on May 1 about the on-going COVID-19 situation.
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.
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 recently released the Fall 2018 Honor Rolls.
A total of 46 students completed graduation requirements at Coffeyville Community College this past fall.
The welding program at Coffeyville Community College's technical campus in Columbus, Kan., was featured during a recent news broadcast on KSNF in Joplin.
Coffeyville Community College has many smart students according to the Spring 2018 honor rolls released on June 4.
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.
The CCC-Columbus construction program recently hosted a workshop for over 70 Columbus Elementary fifth graders over a two-day period.
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.
The Coffeyville Community College Columbus Technical Campus was awarded the Community Impact award on May 10 during a recognition breakfast hosted by the Cherokee County Economic Development Board.
Coffeyville Community College received word from BestColleges.com it ranked as the number one community college in Kansas for 2017.
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.
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.
Coffeyville Community College has received notification that it has been selected as the #2 Most Affordable Community College in the country by AffordableColleges.com. This is the second year in a row that CCC placed in the top two.
Ground breaking began this week on a new spec house being constructed by Coffeyville Community College, Columbus Technical Campus Construction Technology Program.
The Columbus Technical Campus of Coffeyville Community College Construction Technology students have been busy at work helping to erect a pallet wall for the new expansion to the Columbus Museum.