Click here to view the 2023-2024 placement information for English and Mathematics. 

Students contacting Advisement are encouraged to have the following information ready:

  1. Name and student ID number
  2. Area of interest, if applicable
  3. Semester of their last Cloud course
  4. Students with credits from other colleges must have official transcripts on file in Cloud's Student Records Office. Students should contact their previous colleges as soon as possible to avoid advising delays.
  5. Test scores, if applicable. Students who have taken the ACT or SAT within the last three years should have scores on file. Students who do not have scores on file will take the Accuplacer Placement Test.
  6. Transfer university, if applicable.

Because each student is unique, advisors make recommendations based upon individual student transcripts. Advisors analyze transcripts and assist students in choosing courses that support their life and career goals.

Jamie Gross, academic advisor photo.Concordia, Online, and Outreach Student Advisement

The Concordia Campus Advisement Center is located in the Student Union. The Center is open daily from 8 am to 5 pm with faculty advisors working on rotating shifts. Advisors are also available at other times by appointment. Students are assigned a faculty advisor within their program of study. Students may schedule an appointment with their advisor by contacting the Advisement Center at:

Contact Concordia Campus Advisement
1-800-729-5101 ext. 275

Geary County Campus Student Advisement

The Geary Campus Advisement Center is conveniently located in Building A at 631 Caroline Avenue, in Junction City. The Center is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., while classes are in session and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Fridays. Advisors are available to students by appointment and drop-in basis.

Contact GCC Advisement:
1-800-729-5101 ext. 714

Advisement Awards

The Advisement Center has received two national awards for their service to students. The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) and American College Testing (ACT) honored the Advisement Center as the Outstanding Two Year College Advising Program in the Nation. This is the highest honor awarded to college advising programs. The Advisement Center, along with Cloud’s Learning Center, also received the National Center for Student Retention Award of Excellence.

Drop and Withdraw Information

To drop/withdraw from classes before they begin or to drop/withdraw from individual courses (but not all courses) once the semester has started, contact the Advisement Center (Concordia) or Student Services (Junction City).

To drop or withdraw from all courses once the semester starts, students complete the Total Drop/Withdraw form on iCloud.  To access the form, log into iCloud with your CCCC username and password through MY.CLOUD (the portal is located at the top of of the webpage). After you select iCloud, select Students | Course Enrollment Info | Total Drop/Withdraw Form in the Student Forms area.  

Changes in enrollment can affect scholarships, financial aid awards, and degree progress. It is important to visit with an academic advisor prior to dropping or withdrawing from classes.  Students should check their T-Bird email for information about drop and withdraw deadlines.  View all institutional policies and procedures here