On November 23, 2004, the Klamath Community College Board of Education adopted the goal to strengthen its communications and connections to the District.
Part of our outreach program is our work with the Klamath Center for Education & Training (KCET). We also provide Community and Workforce Education, as well as support for entrepreneurs and small businesses at the Small Business Development Center.
We also offer the use of our facilities to the public community.
Community Education classes are classes with a variable cost, and are taken for no credit. Check out our offerings on our online course schedule.
Did you know Klamath Community College partners with local businesses and industries to provide workforce training that can help your business or organization to stay competitive? Does your staff need specific instruction or training to help your business be more successful?
Have a question, comment or idea for Community Education, Worksource, or the Small Business Development Center? Let us know!
Begin your journey toward a more successful future! K-CET offers GED and adult basic education classes, as well as adult ESL classes.
To register for a Community Education class online you must be a current KCC student with an active online profile.
Offers free, one-on-one counseling to help business owners.
The Klamath Community College Board of Education adopted the goal to strengthen its communications with and connections to the District. Part of our outreach program is to offer the use of our facilities to the public community.
KCC and Worksource-Klamath have partnered to provide job seeking and employer support services on KCC's campus.
Klamath Community College Recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting8/22/2018
KLAMATH FALLS – Klamath Community College is proud to announce the college has received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.
2018-19 Student Handbook8/21/2018
KCC Welcomes Dr. Michael Flores, Dean of Instruction7/18/2018
KLAMATH FALLS – Klamath Community College is pleased to announce the college’s new dean of instruction, Dr. Michael Flores.