KCC student success stories

Originally from Nairobi, Kenya, Caroline Njeri Moore is excited to study at KCC, and dreams of becoming a nurse. Moore moved to the United States in 2016 to pursue a job in Georgia. Read more here.
Laurel Shawhan hopes to own a hotel or bed and breakfast on the Oregon Coast within the next five years. Shawhan is excited to take a work co-op class this summer and is working with the KCC Communications department to enhance her knowledge of marketing strategies to use for her future business. Click to read more.
Each year, Phi Theta Kappa, community college presidents, and community college state associations such as the Oregon Community College Association, sponsor All-State Community College Academic Team ceremonies in 37 participating states. Of 45 Oregon community college students selected for the 2020-2021 Oregon All-State Community College Academic Team, four were selected from KCC. Students are selected for their academic excellence, leadership and community service. Click to read more.
Stephan Williams, originally from Las Vegas, Nev., says he was excited to enroll at Klamath Community College after graduating from Mazama High School. He initially enrolled in KCC’s automotive program but decided that could be a little complicated, so he switched to the criminal justice program instead. He is pleased to have so many choices and opportunities to learn right here in the Klamath Basin. Click to read more.
Meet Dan Cobb, a soon-to-be graduate of the business administration program at KCC. Dan and his wife, Carolyn, moved to Klamath Falls eight years ago. He was a team lead and value stream manager at Columbia Forest Products for years, until his shift was eliminated due to a slowed demand for hardwood products. Dan was left with a decision to make. Go back to college or collect early social security. Click to read more.