Coffeyville Community College was recognized as having the highest graduation rates among Kansas community colleges during the January Kansas Board of Regents monthly meeting in Topeka.
During his overview of the Foresight 2020 annual report to the Kansas Board of Regents, President and CEO, Blake Flanders, Ph.D., noted that Coffeyville Community College is leading the charge in graduation rates for community colleges. Last year’s report showed CCC in the number two spot. Coffeyville Community College has consistently been in the top five since 2012.
“Whether a student is looking to complete a certificate program or earn their associates, the faculty and staff at CCC is committed to working with them to obtain their goals. This ranking is attributed to the hard work and dedication of our students, quality of our faculty and programs, and the affordability of our institution” said, Yvonne Hull, Senior Director of College Relations, Marketing and Recruitment for CCC.
Earlier this year, Coffeyville Community College was ranked number two most affordable community college in the nation by AffordableColleges.com.
Coffeyville Community College was established in 1923 and has an enrollment of 2,331 with 54% of those being Montgomery County residents.