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Why Cloud?


We make college affordable! Spend two years at Cloud and you’ll be choosing the best value for a high quality education, all while saving thousands on your way to completing a bachelor’s degree or receiving training to enter the workforce.


We don’t have graduate teaching assistants, and we don’t do large lecture halls with hundreds of students. At Cloud, our instructors already hold advanced degrees, and they will be the ones teaching you in the classroom.


Cloud students learn by doing from the moment they step on campus. Some of these opportunities at Cloud include: Live Animal Unit, Human Cadaver Lab, Athletic Training, Cloud Power Wind Farm, SunPower Solar Farm, and Thunderhead Media.


Class sizes are smaller at Cloud - you are a name, not just a number. You can get to know your classmates and instructors so that you can have the best possible experience.


Students are immersed in the college experience on their first day at Cloud. Being involved in campus activities will greatly enrich your college experience. Cloud provides a variety of organizations and activities for students.


We have students attend Cloud from all over the world, and we celebrate this culture and diversity in many ways.


The Kansas Board of Regents approves new courses each year, guaranteed to transfer among all Kansas public postsecondary institutions. A student who completes a System Wide Transfer course at any Kansas public community college, technical college, or university can be certain that he or she can transfer that course to any other Kansas public institution offering an equivalent course.

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Latest News

  • Cloud County Community College halting face-to-face courses

    An update on the COVID-19 virus.

    Cloud County Community College, working to assist local agencies in mitigating the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), continues to monitor the latest information in an effort to support the well-being of students, employees and the community. Effective Monday, March 23, Cloud County Community College will transition from face-to-face courses to online instruction for the remainder of the semester.

  • Cloud County Community College to extend spring break

    An update on the COVID-19 virus.

    Cloud County Community College continues to vigilantly monitor the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and closely follow updates from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as well as local, regional and state public health officials. The health and safety of students, faculty and staff is the College’s highest priority in support of students’ academic success. To this end, Cloud County Community College has extended its spring break for an additional week through Sunday, March 22. This extension of spring break applies to students only and specifically to students residing in residential housing and/or taking face-to-face classes. This extension does not apply to students enrolled in online courses.

  • Cloud County Community College to remain open

    An update on the COVID-19 virus.

    Today, the Kansas Association of Community Colleges (KACC) met with the leadership of Kansas community colleges to discuss the COVID-19 situation.

  • CCCC offering adult education, GED classes in March

    Courses to be offered in the Adult Education program.

    Cloud County Community College will be offering adult education and GED classes in March in Concordia, Junction City and Clay Center.

  • Cook Series presenter to explore women’s suffrage in Kansas

    The logo for the CCCC Cook Series.

    As part of Cloud County Community College’s Cook Series, and in celebration of Women’s History Month and the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th, Diane Eichoff will present “The Long Road to Women’s Suffrage in Kansas,” On Wednesday, March 4. The event will be in Cloud County Community College’s Cook Theatre at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

  • Cloud County earns 2020-2021 Military Friendly® School designation

    A badge signifying Cloud County is a military friendly school.

    Cloud County Community College announced today that it has earned the 2020-2021 Military Friendly® School designation.

  • CCCC announces homecoming candidates

    Homeoming 2020 logo.

    Cloud County Community College’s 2020 homecoming queen and king will be crowned on Saturday, Feb. 8, between the men’s and women’s basketball games.

  • Events to celebrate Black History Month

    Celebrating Black History Month in February.

    To celebrate Black History Month, Cloud County Community College will be host to a four-night series starting on Thursday, Feb. 6.

  • Dane Hansen Foundation establishes CCCC nursing scholarship fund

    A scholarship award announcement.

    The Dane G. Hansen Foundation recently established a $100,000 medical scholarship fund with Cloud County Community College’s Nursing Department.

  • High school students to perform at Youth for Music

    Youth for Music is February 8.

    High school students from area high schools will perform at the 50th annual Youth for Music event on Saturday, Feb. 8.

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Cloud County Community College prepares students to lead successful lives and enhances the vitality of our communities.