Coffeyville Community College News
Coffeyville Community College students can now sign up for transportation from the Tulsa International Airport to CCC for the start of the Fall 2021 semester.
The Kansas Promise Scholarship Act provides service scholarships for students to attend an “eligible postsecondary educational institution” in specified programs.
Humanities Kansas is offering free copies of its original poetry and bird chapbook, Words of a Feather.
The Jay Herkelman Court in Nellis Hall has been refinished this summer and is ready to go for several more years of basketball action.
Coffeyville Community College has released the honor rolls for the Spring 2021 semester.
Construction has begun on a remodel of the CCC Cafeteria. Illustrative renderings and a virtual tour of what the cafeteria will look like have been released.
Due to the transition to a new Student Information System, the enrollment process will be different.
Coffeyville Community College released on April 15th a student FAQ related to COVID-19.
Coffeyville Community College's graduation ceremony will be May 8 at 10 a.m. in Nellis Hall.
Coffeyville Community College has announced that the Dick Foster Memorial will be held on May 8th, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. in the Nellis Hall Gymnasium.
“Picturing Women Inventors” showcases the breakthroughs, motivations, and challenges women encountered while pursuing their goals as inventors.
CCC has established ticketing and spectator policies for volleyball and basketball games.
Virtual auditions for the CCC Choir will be available on March 12.
Beginning Feb. 6, KJCCC schools may allow spectators to attend athletic events up to 25% capacity.
Coffeyville Community College has released the honor rolls for the Fall 2020 semester.
Coffeyville Community College is currently seeking public input with a community survey.
Coffeyville Community College and the junior college football world lost a great man in the passing of former CCC Head Coach Dick Foster.
Thanks to a program from the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative, Coffeyville Community College students and the community can explore the centennial of women’s suffrage in the U.S.
CCC's fall blood drive attracted 38 donors including 24 first-time donors.
The NJCAA will move most fall sports to the spring due to COVID-19 concerns.
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.
The Coffeyville Community College Repertory Theatre and the Coffeyville animal shelter partnered for an adoption event on March 1.