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Klamath Community College students are cultivating awareness about agriculture and have established the first collegiate Farm Bureau chapter in Oregon.
Klamath Community College is offering 10 five-day Black Rocket summer camps that will help youth take their computer skills to the next level.
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Klamath Community College is furthering its commitment to the community by sharing ideas with the Oregon Institute of Technology.

More than 100 people gathered at Klamath Community College Tuesday for the “KCC Tech Launch” celebration.

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Strong partnerships among Klamath Community College, regional high schools, and Southern Oregon communities are producing results. Recent data from KCC shows the percentage of developmental education credits attempted by KCC students fresh out of high school has been slashed by more than half in the past four years.
Klamath Community College is excited to announce the 2017 Commencement keynote speaker will be Joe Max Higgins, Jr., an economic developer known for his bulldog approach to revitalizing business and building new economies. Commencement will take place at 6 p.m., June 16, at the KCC Klamath Falls campus.
 

In April, Gov. Kate Brown recognized KCC students Jared Boyer and Jaebyn Drake at a luncheon for the 2017 All-Oregon Community College Academic Team at the Salem Convention Center in Salem.

 

Tickets for a fun-filled night at Klamath Community College’s sixth annual Foundation Gala fundraiser are available for purchase. The headline show for the May 6 gala is, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to College … Part 2,” a comedy show led by Leif Skyving and Rick Pulido, two professional stand-up comedians from live-entertainment company Michael Jenkins Comedy of Portland.