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High school students can now launch careers in technology by earning a specialized computer network certificate at Klamath Community College. The one-year Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification program gives students hands-on experience building and repairing computer networks, preparing them to immediately enter the job market after high school or setting them on a pathway to transfer to the Oregon Institute of Technology.
The 2016-2107 KCC Student Handbook is in! 

Starting this fall, men and women enlisted in the U.S. Air Force can take aim at a bachelor’s of applied science in business administration. This “Base to Bachelor’s” opportunity for active duty airmen is a collaboration between Klamath Community College and Eastern Oregon University in La Grande. 2016 is the first year this partnership-based program is being offered.
Klamath Community College is proud to announce its first-ever registered nurse pinning ceremony.
“This ceremony signifies a milestone in our nursing program and shows that KCC and our students continue to be leaders in rural education,” said KCC President Roberto Gutierrez.
The 2016 Klamath Community College Fall Term Credit Schedule is in! 

Check it out here! 
Another program that allows Klamath Community College students to learn, live and work in Klamath Falls is under way. Twelve students are pursuing KCC’s Paraeducator Pathway to SOU Emphasis AAS, which allows students registered at Southern Oregon University to complete a bachelor’s of science in elementary education in Klamath Falls.
Congratulations to the following students for their accomplishment here at KCC! 
The Associated Students of Klamath Community College would like to extend an invitation to the public, as well as all students, to attend three candidate forums.
KCC to host public meeting of the KCC Budget Committee for the fiscal year July 1, 2016 to June 10, 2017.

State Treasury warns of scammers who are targeting college students with bogus demand for loan payments
Caller has reportedly demanded payment in hard-to-trace ways, such as through gift cards