Coffeyville Community College experienced a 10.41% increase in enrollment for the Fall 2018 semester. According to Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR), CCC was just one of six community college institutions in Kansas to show an increase in fall enrollment. Kansas community college enrollment dropped 2.6% overall this fall. Coffeyville Community College saw the largest increase in enrollment with Labette Community College coming in second at 6.5%.
“Understanding the impact the institution has on our stakeholders has played a role in the direction of our recruiting efforts,” said Yvonne Hull, Senior Director of College Relations, Marketing and Recruitment. “We are extremely proud of our activity and program directors for going above and beyond to grow their respective programs. Additionally, focus has been placed on Kansas residents resulting in a higher number of Kansas students attending CCC.”
Kansas Board of Regents Fall 2018 Semester Preliminary Report (20th Day)
|Community College Totals||41,709||-1,112||-2.60%|