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Why Cloud?


SAVE MONEY

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.


LEARN FROM THE BEST

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.


EXPERIENCE HANDS-ON LEARNING

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.


BE NOTICED

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.


GET INVOLVED

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.


EXPERIENCE DIVERSITY

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


BE GUARANTEED

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.

Upcoming Events

JAN
21
1:30-3:30 p.m. | Concordia, Kan.
JAN
21
5:30 p.m. | Junction City, Kan.
JAN
22
Concordia and Junction City Campuses
JAN
23
7 p.m. | Cook Theatre | Concordia, Kan.

Latest News

  • CCCC event to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

    A celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on January 23.

    Cloud County Community College’s Black Student Union will be host to an event on Thursday, Jan. 23, to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The event, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m. in Cook Theatre on the Concordia campus.

  • Stars, constellations to be visible at CCCC star party

    A telescope looking at the night sky.

    A number of stars and constellations will be visible at Cloud County Community College’s star party Saturday, Dec. 21, from 6-8 p.m., at the Earl Bane Observatory on the Concordia campus.

  • CCCC offering adult education, GED classes

    Courses to be offered in the Adult Education program.

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

  • Stimers named Phi Theta Kappa Faculty Scholar

    The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society logo.

    Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) has selected Cloud County Community College’s Dr. Mitch Stimers as one if its 30 chapter advisors and alumni to serve as Faculty Scholars and lead discussion groups during the organization’s 2020 summer conference.

  • CCCC music ensembles to present holiday concert

    An announcement about the upcoming holiday music concert.

    Cloud County Community College’s music ensembles will present a holiday concert on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 3 p.m. in Cook Theatre. The concert is free and open to the public.

  • Theatre Department to present live radio play

    The poster for the radio play, Night of the Chicken.

    Cloud County Community College’s theatre department will present a live radio play, “Night of the Chicken – Episode one: Origin of the Subspecies” on Saturday, Dec. 7, at 7 p.m. in Cook Theatre.

  • CCCC President calling for Thanksgiving hosts

    CCCC President calling for Thanksgiving hosts.

    During the holidays, many international students studying in the United States can find themselves alone, without friends and family to celebrate with. To alleviate that, Cloud County Community College President Dr. Adrian Douglas is asking that community members offer to host international students to their Thanksgiving dinners.

  • Cloud County named one of top colleges by Aspen Institute

    The Aspen Institute for College Excellence Program

    Cloud County Community College has been named one of the nation’s top 150 community colleges by the Aspen Institute and is now eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence. Based on strong and improving student outcomes – including in learning, completion rates, employment rates and earnings, and equity – 15 percent of community colleges nationwide have been invited to apply for the Aspen Prize.

  • CCCC host to second annual STEAM Day

    A photo of the STEAM Day scholarship winners.

    Cloud County Community College’s Division of Science, Mathematics and Technical programs was host to its second annual STEAM Day for high school students on Saturday, Oct. 26 on the Concordia campus. This year’s STEAM Day theme, “Marvelous Metals,” coincided with National Chemistry Week.

  • CCCC Faculty Association to be host to candidate forum

    Board of Trustees candidate forum announcement.

    The Cloud County Community College Faculty Association will be host to a Board of Trustees candidate forum on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at 7 p.m. in Cook Theatre.

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Mission and Guiding Values

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