Get a jumpstart on completing the 2017-2018 FAFSA!
Did you know that students are able to submit their FAFSA starting October 1, 2016 for the 2017-18 Academic year.
With this change the KCC Financial Aid Office will be sponsoring free FAFSA workshops called FAFSA Fridays.
Financial Aid Officers will be available in Bldg 4, Room 421 to assist students in completing their FAFSA every Friday, starting October 14 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.
Please bring the 2015 federal tax returns (if filed) and W2s for the following persons depending on your status:
* Independent Students – student and spouse, if married
* Dependent Students – student and parents
If you cannot remember your FSA ID and password, please visit https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm. Students and at least one parent of dependent students must create an FSA ID.
If you have any questions please contact the KCC Financial Aid Office at 541-880-2352.
Attention Firefighters: KCC and Klamath County Fire District 1 will host NFPA Fire Officer 1 Training (ESHX708.01).
Host Agency: Klamath County Fire District 1
When: Class Starts Oct. 7, 2016
Register by calling 541.880.2253
Upon successful completion the student will meet NFPA 1021 Standard, Fire Officer Professional Qualifications Fire Officer I requirements. Oregon DPSST Fire Officer I currently requires college level Speech, Math and Writing.
Prerequisite for Attendance
Approval from your supervising Chief Officer stating that your organization supports your attendance and that you have sufficient fire service experience (recommend 2 years) to attend this class.
Prerequisite for Certification
DPSST Firefighter II. The Oregon standard allows certification at the Fire Officer I level with the following pre-requisite certifications Firefighter II, Pumper Operator, Instructor I and Advanced Fire Behavior.
Along with Klamath Community College's 50+ online classes and several online degrees and certificates - and in the name of all that is educationally innovative - KCC has a number of new online offerings slated to start fall and winter terms.
This list of courses might interest students seeking classes that fit their own schedules and can be completed from the comfort of their living room couch - or from anywhere else for that matter.
Lab Science for Non-Science Students: For students who wish to satisfy their lab science requirements, KCC now offers non-technical courses in Biology, Environmental Science, and Physics completely online. These courses are geared toward students who aren’t planning on a career in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) areas, yet require a basic science course. Minimal math is required for these transferable, credit classes, and there are low fees and a cost-effective and easy-to-use lab kit for meaningful, highly engaging experiments. Take any of these courses when and where you like – in-home, online, anywhere!
Community College and Online College Instruction Courses: For educators at any level looking to expand their skill set to include instruction at the community college level or in the online environment, these new, completely online classes are for you. If you’re have time this summer, consider enrolling in one of these classes now. After taking these classes, you’ll be able to take on added instruction responsibilities in your spare time, by teaching face-to-face community college courses in the late afternoon or evening or instructing classes completely online.
Online World Language Academy (OWLA): Klamath Community College is currently building a webpage on its website to house a new Online World Language Academy (OWLA) in support of four completely online, two-year language programs for two European (French and German) and two Asian languages (Chinese and Japanese). The new webpage is scheduled to go live in early July, 2015. Currently, no other college or university in Oregon is offering these languages completely online.
The following information will be made available on the new webpage:
· Course descriptions and course learning outcomes
· Calendar of course offerings – two-year schedule
· Online language faculty profiles
· Tips on how to study a language online
· Links to language learning resources
· List of prerequisites and requirements for testing into courses
· Brief history, geographic locations, and uses of each language
· Instructions on how to be admitted to the College and register for a class
If these four languages are successful attracting students in Oregon, the Pacific Northwest, and nationwide, the College plans to gradually add more languages, including the following: Arabic, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), and Russian.
In-class, online, ANYWHERE! - KCC - Education at the Speed of Life!
For more information call 541.880.2328 or click below...