No matter what your goals are, Klamath Community College has a program that will help you attain them. In as little as two years, you can earn an associate degree. You can earn a certificate in as little as one year, and KCC also offers less-than-one-year certificates to help you launch a career pathway or advance in your existing career. 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! Review the information provided in the boxes below to learn more.

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A list of our program advisors and their contact details.

View the important dates of the academic year. Printable academic calendars from the current and previous years.

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

KCC has something for everyone. Click on your area of interest to see our programs. If you are undecided, give our Career Services Center a try!

Communication is vital to human life. Whether it be auditory, visual, or physical, knowing how to communicate effectively is a necessary skill for one's work and personal life. Let us at KCC teach you how to speak to be heard and listen to comprehend.

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

Instructions for ordering your books and other materials online from the KCC bookstore.

Information about program requirements and class descriptions. Contains past and present academic catalogs.

Information about the 2021 KCC commencement.

View currently scheduled courses.

We offer a variety of mathematics classes, from basic mathematics to calculus to statistics. These classes are designed to help you meet the requirements of your degree program and to understand mathematics as a tool.

Using written communication effectively is a necessary skill for one's work and personal life. Let us at KCC teach you how to read to comprehend and write to be heard.

Classes meet only once during Final Exam Week based on this schedule. Finals are held separate from normal class times, so be sure to check the finals schedule.

In the health sciences department we study how to keep the body happy and healthy. It is a science where scientific research and knowledge is put in to proactive for the betterment of living beings.

KCC has so many exciting opportunities for high school students

The most up-to-date copy of the KCC institutional syllabus.

Attend synchronous courses, traditional classes on-site at the Innovation and Learning Center or online through KCC Lake County.

The Learning Resource Center in Founders Hall houses the College’s library, Tutoring Center, and Testing Center.

Information and other items related to the mathematics discipline at KCC.

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

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 Klamath Community College bill online. Bills may also be paid in person at the Cashier's Office.

The science discipline at Klamath Community College includes biology, chemistry, environmental science, geology, and physics.

The social science discipline at Klamath Community College studies humanity and civilization: our minds, our passions, and our creativity


Klamath Community College celebrated the construction kickoff of KCC’s new Apprenticeship Center with a groundbreaking ceremony today at the KCC campus.
Community members in Klamath Falls and surrounding areas are invited to attend an information night to learn how to become a licensed teacher without leaving the Klamath Basin.
A recently published paper, “Exploring Martian Lava Tubes as a Possible Biosignature Preservation Site," recommends regions and methods for searching for life on Mars. The paper was written and published through a collaborative study conducted by NASA’s Biologic and Resource Analog Investigations in Low Light Environments (BRAILLE) team and Klamath Community College (KCC) faculty.

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