Academics

No matter what your goals are, KCC has a program that will help you attain them. In as little as two years, you can get a degree, you can earn a certification in as little as one year and we also offer less-than-one-year certificates to help you start a Career Pathway or advance an occupation. And KCC credits transfer to many colleges and universities so you can get started on a four-year degree at a fraction of the cost. When you're ready KCC is ready to help you get started.

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A list of our program advisors and their contact details.

View the important dates of the academic year.

Students shall practice academic integrity and are expected to do their own work. See this page for more information.

Stocks new and used textbooks, school and art supplies, KCC logo items, and more!

We want to support students in making good decisions about potential education and career choices.

Information about program requirements and class descriptions.

View currently scheduled courses.

Online courses provide opportunities for students to take classes from anywhere, and allow education to take place around busy schedules.

Classes meet only once during Final Exam Week based on this schedule.

Attend synchronous courses, traditional classes on-site at Daly Middle School or online through KCC Lake County.

The Learning Resource Center in Building 4 houses the College’s library, tutoring center, & testing center.

Information and other items related to the mathematics department.

Provides a one-year curriculum for students who plan to transfer to a state of Oregon community college or university.

Instructions on how to pay your bill online.

Information spotlighting one of the programs available at KCC.

KCC is authorized by the Oregon State Board of Education to provide approved academic programs (degrees and certificates).

Developed by a partnership between KCC, OSU and Klamath County’s local, state, and federal responders

Dedicated to providing complete information and learning resources for students interested in learning languages online.

News

Check out all KCC's course offerings for Spring Term! 
 
More than 25 employers hiring summer staff will be on hand to meet with job seekers at a Klamath Community College job fair April 26.

Klamath Community College is offering its first non-credit phlebotomy training in Lakeview. The 10-week, 80-hour training will prepare students to pass the National Healthcareers Association certification exam as a phlebotomist.

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Campus Events

Take advantage of opportunities to get involved! Sign up to join a club! There will be games, prizes, and food provided by ASKCC and the Student Life Center.
Location: Building 4 Commons
Date: 4/26/2017, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

A public meeting of the Budget Committee of the Klamath Community College District
Location: Bldg 6, room H138
Date: 5/9/2017 6:00 PM

Let your voice be heard! Join ASKCC and members of Administration to have your questions answered!
Location: Building 4 Commons
Date: 5/11/2017, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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