General Information, 2021-2022 Course Schedule

This schedule is for information only and does not constitute a contract. The College reserves the right to change, modify or alter without notice all fees, charges, tuition expenses or costs of any kind. Furthermore, the College reserves the right to add or delete without notice any course offerings or information in this publication.

Mission Statement

Coffeyville Community College is dedicated to identifying and addressing community and area needs, providing accessible, affordable quality education and training, and promoting opportunities for lifelong learning.

Equal Education Statement

Coffeyville Community College is committed to a policy of educational equity.  Accordingly, the College admits students, grants financial aid and scholarships, conducts all educational program activities and employment practices without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, ancestry or disabilities.  CCC is an Equal Opportunity Institution.

About the College

Coffeyville Community College is a public, two-year college governed by a publicly elected, six-member Board of Trustees representing the community college district. 

Board of Trustees

  • Becky Barnhart, Chairman
  • David Baldwin, Vice Chairman
  • Jimmy Littleford
  • Doug Misch
  • Shanna Motl
  • Lora Stalford

Administrative Team

  • Marlon Thornburg, President
  • Aron Potter, Vice President for Academic Services
  • Jeffrey D. Morris, Vice President for Operations and Finance
  • Heather Pollet, Dean of Career / Technical Education
  • Yvonne Hull, Sr. Director of College Relations and Student Services

Coffeyville Community College was founded in 1923 and is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association, www.hlcommission.org, 312.263.0456.

CCC is an equal opportunity institution. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, all reasonable efforts to accommodate persons with disabilities will be made.

Registration, Enrollment Process

The Enrollment Process for Summer and Fall 2021 will be different due to a transition to a new Student Information System. The steps are noted at the link below:

Summer and Fall 2021 Enrollment Process

Online Degree Seeking Students

Students who are seeking to earn a degree online should contact the Coordinator of Distance Education at 620-252-7071 for academic advising.

NOTE
Registration for six (6) credit hours or less may be taken by telephone through the last business day of the week prior to the start of classes. Enrollment information must be completed in the Advising Office, located in the Student Success Center (SSC). A student must complete the registration process above by the last business day of the week prior to the first class meeting or be dropped from courses.

Changes in Registration

If a student wishes to change class time, drop a class or add a class, he/she must contact the Registrar’s Office and complete a Schedule Change Form. The procedure is not finalized until the student receives authorized signatures on the form including a signature from the Registrar’s Office and the student’s academic advisor.

Failure to change registration, except according to the above procedure, will result in a grade of “F” recorded on the permanent record of the student. A notation of “W” (withdrawal) will be made on the student’s permanent record if he/she officially withdraws prior to the published withdrawal date on the master calendar.

Adding a Course

Students who wish to add a course after their initial enrollment must complete a Schedule Change Form in the Registrar’s Office.

A student will be allowed to add a course (with Instructor approval) up to and including the Final Add Date as indicated on the master calendar. The Final Add Date is determined by calculating 25% of the allotted class time. Courses not meeting the entire semester will be calculated in the same manner.

Any class added after the semester begins requires the signature (approval) of the class instructor and assigned advisor.  If a student adds a class after making their initial payment or payment plan arrangements, they assume full financial obligations for any tuition and fees associated with the course(s) added.

Dropping a Course

Students who wish to drop a course after their initial enrollment must complete a Schedule Change Form in the Registrar’s Office.

A student who withdraws from a course after the 20th day of classes will receive a “W” (no grade or penalty) for the course.  Any class dropped after the semester begins requires the signature of the class instructor and assigned advisor.

A student will be allowed to drop a course up to and including the Final Drop Day as indicated on the master calendar. The Final Drop Day is determined by calculating 80% of the allotted class time. Courses not meeting the entire semester will be calculated in the same manner.

A student remains responsible for payment of tuition and fees if the drop occurs after the tuition refund date as indicated on the master calendar.

If a student is dropped from an online course by the Registrar’s Office for non-completion of 25%, the student remains responsible for the charges incurred by the online class.

Withdrawal From College

A student who wishes to withdraw from the College before the end of the semester must complete an official Schedule Change Form and confer with the Director of Financial Aid, Registrar, and Business Office Clerk. A student remains responsible for payment of tuition and fees after the tuition refund date. Additionally, a student who attends less than 60% of the allotted class time and receives federal financial aid will be responsible for returning a portion of that aid. A student who officially withdraws from College before the withdrawal deadline will receive a “W” (no credit or penalty) for each course.

Costs (Subject to Change)

  • Kansas Resident: $95 per credit hour.*
  • Missouri and Oklahoma Residents: $105 per credit hour.*
  • Non-Resident: $144 per credit hour.*
  • International: $222 per credit hour.**

*Includes $56 for incidental and building fees.
**Includes $56 for incidental and building fees and a $62 international fee.

Nursing

  • Kansas Resident: $150 per credit hour.
  • Missouri and Oklahoma Residents:
  • Non-Resident: $251 per credit hour.

*Includes $56 for incidental and building fees.

Welding

  • Kansas Resident: $150 per credit hour*.
  • Contiguous Counties: $167 per credit hour*.
  • Non-Resident: $251 per credit hour*.
    *Includes $56 for Incidental and Building Fees.

Contiguous Counties

Oklahoma counties include: Nowata, Washington, Ottawa, Craig, Osage and Rogers.

Missouri counties include: McDonald, Newton, Jasper, Barton and Vernon.

Program Fees

Fees to be determined by Program and are subject to change:

  • Allied Health Course Fees
  • Emergency Service Education Fees
  • Fire Science Fees
  • Medical Assistant Fees
  • Medical Lab Technology Fees
  • Nursing Fees
  • Technical Program Shop Fees

For more information regarding these programs or fees, please check with the appropriate Technical Campus Office. (Coffeyville - 620.252.7550 or Columbus - 620.252.7300).

Fees (Subject to change)

All students are assessed $56.00 per credit hour for student fees. The money collected is used to assist with technology advancement, student ID cards, parking, student activity travel, student health center operations, building debt payment, building rent for off-campus programs, access to college sporting events, musical and theatrical events, in-state scholarship funding, operational costs, and Student Government Association (SGA) activities.

Technical campus students (full-time & part-time) may be assessed program fees each semester depending upon the program. Program fees may include consumable supplies, safety equipment, uniforms, books, testing fees, background checks, and/or licensure/testing registration. Tuition, operational fees, and program fees are subject to change.   

Kansas resident high school students who attend a Kansas high school may participate in an approved CCC Career and Technical program tuition free through the Kansas Board of Regents Excel in Career Technical Education (Excel in CTE) program. Excel in CTE qualifying students may be charged program fees for safety equipment, tools, uniforms, books, testing fees, background checks, and/or licensure/testing registration. Program fees may vary based on the location/campus the student is attending and/or the agreement with the respective high school. Non-Kansas residents who attend a Kansas high school and/or Kansas residents who attend an out-of-state high school are not eligible for the Excel in CTE program. Out-of-state high school students participating in an approved CCC Career and Technical Program may be assessed tuition, operational and program fees each semester depending upon the program. Program fees may include consumable supplies, safety equipment, tools, uniforms, books, testing fees, background checks, and/or licensure/testing registration.

Current Cost and Fees Page

Special Fees

A limited number of special fees are assessed to students enrolled in computer, lab science and other courses in addition to the regular fees. These include, but are not limited to, the following.

Current special fees are located on the Costs page of the CCC website.

Payment Of Tuition, Fees and Residential Housing

All prior balances must be paid before enrollment. The Business Office can accept payments over the phone via credit/ debit card or in person in the Student Union.

Tuition and Fees Refund Policy

100% of tuition and fees may be refunded for Fall and Spring semesters if courses are dropped within seven days of the published session start date. 100% of tuition and fees may be refunded for Summer I, Summer II and Intercession semesters if courses are dropped within one day of the published start date. A student remains responsible for payment of tuition and fees if the drop occurs after the tuition refund date as indicated.

Online Courses –The student remains responsible for payment of tuition and fees if the drop occurs after the refund dates as indicated on the master calendar.  All online courses are required to maintain a “Syllabus Exam” completion date. The student must have the “Syllabus Exam” completed by this date. Failure to complete the “Syllabus Exam” by the set date will result in the student being administratively dropped from the course. The student remains responsible for payment of tuition and fees if the drop occurs after the refund dates as indicated on the master calendar.

All refunds are processed in the Business Office.

Gold Card

Residents of Montgomery and Cherokee Counties, age 55 or older, are invited to apply for the CCC Gold Card. This card permits the card holder to enroll in a maximum of six (6) college credit hours per academic year at a reduced rate of $56.00 per credit hour. A 10 percent discount is available on enrollment in continuing education classes at the Technical Campuses. Payment of all fees and/or books is the responsibility of the student. For information, contact Christine Whitten at 620.252.7007.

Wellness Card

Residents of Montgomery County who are age 21 or older are invited to apply for a free Community Wellness Card. The Community Wellness Card allows the holder to take up to three (3) college credit hours per semester of wellness courses tuition free. Payments of any fees and/or books are the responsibility of the student. The Community Wellness Card must be presented at the time of registration. For more information, contact Kim Blaes at 620.252.7115

Student ID Card

Student ID cards are provided to students enrolled in six (6) or more credit hours in a semester. The student ID card admits students to numerous student activities, permits students to check out items in the library, and affords other opportunities limited to currently enrolled students. Students must report to the Student Success Center within the first two weeks of classes with a current copy of their registration form or schedule. To obtain a current picture ID, students must be enrolled in the current semester. Student ID’s will be free of charge for the first 15 days of the semester. After the first 15 days students will be charged $10.00 for an ID card.

Testing and Placement

In an effort to ensure student success in academic courses, it is mandatory that all students are placed in their first English and math courses based on ACT, SAT or ACCUPLACER test scores. Students who have taken the ACT/SAT should have their test scores sent to Coffeyville Community College or should bring a copy of their scores when enrolling for the first time at CCC. There is no testing fee for a student taking the ACCUPLACER test for the first time at CCC if they do not have ACT/SAT scores. Students who elect to complete the ACCUPLACER test more than once will be charged $10 per test. Students are required to show a photo ID to the test monitor before taking a placement test. Testing is available in the Student Success Center / Advising Center by appointment.

Advising

The Advising Office is located in the Student Success Center in Weinberg Hall - Graham Library. The office is staffed from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday during Fall and Spring semesters. Summer hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Trained academic advisors assist with the enrollment process. For information, email [email protected] or call 877-51-RAVEN.

Student Success Center

The Student Success Center (SSC) is located in Weinberg Hall - Graham Library. The SSC promotes academic success with one-on-one tutoring, group and class tutoring, plus access to use equipment to assist with course work. The SSC has several full time and peer tutors on duty throughout the week who specialize in English, Math and Science. The SSC hours are 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Fridays 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Summer hours are 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Thursday.

Bookstore

The College Bookstore is located in Weinberg Hall and open from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. It offers an array of official College merchandise, books, and school supplies. Business hours may vary during peak times and holidays; please call or visit the Bookstore’s website to verify hours or to purchase merchandise or course materials online at:  www.redravenbookstore.com

Evening Courses

Students may enroll in evening courses during regular office hours (M-F 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) or at the first night of class. Early enrollment is encouraged to help ensure student placement in the class of choice.

Graham Library

The Graham Library is at the heart of the CCC main campus and includes 18,000 books, 75 current periodicals, Internet workstations, and a staff that is trained to assist in research and service. Online subscriptions to research databases may be accessed from the library web pages on campus at www.coffeyville.edu.

Named for Dr. Russell H. Graham, the College’s second president, the Graham Library provides students with resources and services to enable successful completion of course work. Students with a valid photo ID may use the Student Success Center and the library. Non-students are also welcome to use the facility by applying for the Community ID card in the library.

The library is open during the following hours: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Fridays 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.   *Summer hours may vary

Internet Access

Coffeyville Community College provides Internet access in the Student Success Center and in the Computer Labs. Students should contact the IT Department to arrange for computer access. CCC also provides numerous wireless access points throughout campus. The areas with Wi-Fi include the cafeteria, library, outside courtyard, as well as the majority of the academic buildings. This service is free to students. Students who experience difficulty connecting may contact the IT Department for assistance at [email protected] For information on Internet access in the residence halls, please contact the Residence Hall Director.

Online Classes

Coffeyville Community College offers a variety of online classes to meet the needs of the students. Online classes at CCC are asynchronous and students have weekly requirements for participation. Weekly participation in an online class usually includes, but is not limited to, posting in graded discussion forums, submitting a written assignment, or completing a quiz.

NOTE:

All online students are required to participate weekly in their courses. Failure to meet attendance / participation expectations will result in the student being administratively dropped from the course. The student remains responsible for payment of tuition and fees if the drop occurs after the refund dates as indicated on the master calendar.

Classroom Legend

Most classroom locations and faculty offices are identified with letters and a number. For example: A/S212 is Arts & Sciences Building, Room 212 (second floor); WH134 is Weinberg Hall, Room 134.
Additional room locations follow:

abbreviation location/building
A/S Arts and Sciences Building
A/S 178 Spencer/Rounds Performing Arts Theatre
ADM Administration Building at the Columbus Technical Campus
AO100

Athletic Office

COMP Dick Foster Athletic Complex (Woodland Avenue)
CRMC Coffeyville Regional Medical Center
CTC Construction Building
CTN Columbus Tech North
EMS EMS Building / 4th Street
FKHS Field Kindley High School
GH Greenhouse Lab
GL Graham Library
N/E Nellis Hall East
N/W Nellis Hall West
ORS Orscheln Hall (Eighth and Beech Streets)
STU/U Student Union Classroom
T&I Trade and Industry Building at the Columbus Technical Campus
TECH Coffeyville Technical Campus
WH Weinberg Hall
WTI CCC Welding and Technology Institute

Special Accommodations

Students requesting accommodations or services because of a learning or physical disability should contact the Advising Office at 620.252.7135. The student’s request must be supported by documentation that the student provides. The Accommodations Committee will determine eligibility and appropriate reasonable accommodations or services for academic accommodations in compliance with ADA and the 1973 Rehabilitation Act. TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) information and services offered by CCC may be accessed by TDD through the Kansas Relay Center. For more information, call 800.766.3777.

Release of Information

Each and every student of Coffeyville Community College is hereby notified that the College publishes brochures, catalogs, guide books, news releases, sports information, honor rolls and graduation lists  which contain information that specifically identifies students and information about them.  The College is authorized under the Privacy Rights of Parents and Students, Section 438 of the General Education Provisions Act, as amended (P.L. 93 380), also known as the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, or the “Buckley Amendment,” to publish, and will publish, such directory information, collectively or individually, UNLESS a student within a reasonable time after the start of the semester notifies the Vice President for Academic Services in writing that any or all of the categories listed below (designated Directory Information) should not be released without prior written consent.

Directory Information

  • Student Name 
  • Local Address 
  • Telephone Listing
  • Parent and Next-of-Kin Information 
  • Hometown Address
  • Date and Place of Birth
  • Sex
  • Marital Status
  • Classification 
  • Class Schedule
  • Major/Minor Fields of Study
  • Awards Received
  • Participation in Officially Recognized Sports: (wt, ht, position, etc.) and/or school activities

Crime Awareness

Coffeyville Community College is committed to assisting all members of the College community in providing for their own safety and security. The annual security compliance document is available on the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Post-secondary Education Website at http://ope.ed.gov/security. To receive a booklet called, “Crime Awareness & Campus Security Act of 1990,” which contains this information, call 620.252.7046.

Emergency Notification System

Coffeyville Community College provides an emergency notification system via phone and text messaging. This is a rapid communication service which will deliver voice messages automatically at no charge to students, faculty and staff. Student phone numbers are collected each semester from the enrollment forms. Be sure to list your local phone number in order to be included in this process.

Campus Tours

Campus tours are scheduled by appointment. Please call 620.252.7700 or 877.51.RAVEN

Equal Opportunity Statement and Assurance of Compliance

Coffeyville Community College's Equal Opportunity Statement and Assurance of Compliance.

Partnership in Education

In 1989, the Kansas Regents institutions and the accredited public community colleges in Kansas agreed to honor a transfer agreement to facilitate the transition of community college students to any of the Regents institutions in the State.  The Kansas Regents institutions are Emporia State University, Fort Hays State University, Kansas State University, Pittsburg State University, The University of Kansas, and Wichita State University.

Students can check the transferability of classes from Coffeyville Community College through the CCC website www.coffeyville.edu.  A community college student who abides by the Transfer Articulation Agreement will automatically be awarded junior status at any of the six Regents institutions in Kansas.  For more information on the Transfer Articulation Agreement, please refer to the Coffeyville Community College General Catalog or see your Advisor.

IN ADDITION TO THE Transfer Articulation Agreement with Kansas Regents Institutions, Coffeyville Community College has developed several program specific transfer agreements with many other schools including, but not limited to: Friends University, Wichita, KS; Kansas Newman University, Newton, KS; Kansas State University, Salina, KS; Missouri Southern, Joplin, MO; Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, OK; Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Bartlesville, OK; Pittsburg State University/Technical Division, Pittsburg, KS; Rogers State University, Claremore and Bartlesville, OK; Sterling College, Sterling, KS; Texas A&M, Commerce, TX; and Washburn University, Topeka, KS. 

Coffeyville Community College also works closely with Northeastern Technical, Tri-County Technical and Wes Watkins Technical in Oklahoma to allow students to receive college credit for their technical programs. Students can apply their technical credit to an Associate in Applied Science or an Associate in Arts Degree.

Distance Education Information

General information about online courses can be found on the Online Course section of the CCC Website.