In September 1999 KCC purchased 57 acres just south of Klamath Falls, which included two buildings that would become the first permanent home of Klamath Community College. The buildings were redesigned and renovated and on March 27, 2000, KCC students attended their first day of classes on the new campus. Additional buildings were completed in Fall 2002 to provide eight additional classrooms, computer labs, a new Learning Resources Center, food service and student study areas.
As part of its ongoing effort to meet ever-changing community needs, Klamath Community College added two new buildings in early 2011 — a 30,000 square foot structure that is home to classes in health and science, including a program in Practical Nursing, and a 16,000 square foot building that is home to career technical education, including programs in Automotive Technology and Diesel Technology. These buildings nearly doubled the square footage of facilities on campus and provided students with exciting new programs and state-of-the-art labs.
The Klamath Community College Bookstore opened in the summer of 2011, giving students the convenience of purchasing their textbooks and supplies on campus. In addition to the two new classroom buildings and the bookstore, KCC also saw construction of an athletic field on campus as well as a trail connecting KCC to the OC&E Woods Line State Trail.