A photo of the Geary County Campus.

An Admissions counselor helping a student.

Cloud's Geary County Campus is a full-service, commuter campus located in Junction City, Kansas which offers Associate degrees, certificates, and short-term training opportunities to area residents to assist them in reaching their goals.

It is free and easy to apply. Campus visits can be arranged by contacting the GCC Admissions Counselor (800.729.5101, ext 750) or emailing Maricela.

Transfer programs

Cloud offers Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), and Associate of General Studies (AGS) degrees to prepare them for transfer to a four-year college. Academic programs, such as Business, Social Sciences, and Sciences are the most common transfer programs. General education and many program-specific courses are all part of the Kansas Board of Regents Transfer and Articulation system, which means they will automatically transfer to any public college in the state of Kansas.

Technical programs

A photo of students at the Nursing class orientation.

Career and technical programs, which prepare students to enter the workforce are also available including Commercial Driver License (16 credit), Welding (18 credits), and Emergency Medical Technician (16 credits).  Students can also pursue the Associate Degree in Nursing to become a registered nurse. 

Additionally stand-alone programs include Certified Nurse Aide (5 credits), and Certified Mediation Aide
(5 credits). 

Covering the Cost

Attending Cloud County Community College at any of our locations saves you money! Student can use federal financial aid, military benefits, and apply for scholarships. Payment plans are available for financial obligations not covered by other means. The Kansas Promise Act can be used for Renewable Energy courses, Early Childhood Education (30 hour certificate), Agriculture, CNA, CMA, EMT, and Nursing 

Advising & Enrollment

The Student Support Specialist assisting a student.

Advising services are available in the Student Services Office in the Administrative building. Faculty advisors are assigned to every student and assist students pursuing their degree or other educational goals. The advisors assist in selecting courses to fulfill graduation requirements, review transfer information, and guide students to campus and community resources to make their time at Cloud productive. 

Admitted students can contact Student Services office (gcadvisement@cloud.edu) or ext 714 to set up advising appointments. All degree or certificate seeking students must provide all prior official college transcripts and high school transcripts or GED scores prior to enrollment. Student may self-enroll via iCloud; all courses are reviewed and approved by their advisor. 

Courses are offered at the Geary County Campus in the morning, afternoon, and evening to help students with family and work obligations. Online courses are also available. See course schedule and calendars.

Student Organizations

A group of students at the Manhattan Pride event.

Get involved, meet new people, network for your career - all opportunities are available with our student organizations and activities! Each Fall we have a week of activities and a Welcome Back Barbecue, and end the year with Graduation Picnic to celebrate the graduates and future graduates. 

Halloween costume contests, scavenger hunts, lunches, finals week treats and much more!

See the sidebar for more services offered at the Geary County campus.