• CCCC Foundation planning donor celebration


    The President's Social is September 16.

    The Cloud County Community College Foundation will be host to a President’s Social on Saturday, September 16, at the Broadway Plaza in downtown Concordia. ...more

  • Fall GED classes start August 14

  • CCCC Receives Reaffirmation of HLC Accreditation


    The Higher Learning Commission has removed the sanction of probation for Cloud County Community College, effective June 22. ...more

  • 2023 Graduation & Nurses' Pinning photos available


    Graduation 2023 photos are available.

    Photos from the 2023 Graduation and Nurses' Pinning ceremonies are now available to download. Click HERE to view the photos. ...more

  • CCCC recognizes employees


    T-Bird Choice award winners.

    A number of employees of Cloud County Community College were honored during the annual Employee Appreciation luncheon on Monday, May 22. They were: ...more

  • Area youth invited to Thor Days, Kid's College


    Thor Days & Kid's College.

    Area youth in first through sixth grade are invited to attend either Thor Days or Kid’s College on the Cloud County Community College Concordia campus in July. ...more

  • Graduation is set for Friday, May 19


    A photo of Carol Moreland, Alumni of the Year.

    Carol Moreland, a 1979 graduate of Cloud County Community College, will receive the Distinguished Alumni of the Year Award at graduation on Friday, May 19.

    Cloud County Community College commencement activities are scheduled for 5 p.m. on Friday, May 19 in Arley Bryant Gymnasium on the Concordia campus. The event will recognize 256 graduates from the Concordia and Geary County campuses and outreach locations. ...more

  • Cloud students compete in Entrepreneurship Challenge


    A photo of the Kansas Entrepreneurship Challenge winners.

    CAPTION: Douglas Tanyanyiwa (left) and Ryan Mangunda received a $1,500 prize at the Kansas Entrepreneurship Challenge with their business ABX Logistics.

    Cloud County Community College had a team compete last week at the Kansas Entrepreneurship Challenge at Kansas State University. The team, made up of Douglas Tanyanyiwa and Ryan Mangunda, both students attending Cloud from Zimbabwe, received $1,500. ...more

  • Reneweable Energy featured in USA Today article

    A photo of the USA Today article headline.
    Renewable Energy Department Chair, Kit Thompson, current student, Leah Benne, and one of our recent graduates, Barry Watkins recently interviewed with Elizabeth Weise from USA Today. ...more
  • Music Department presenting spring band concert


    The Spring Music Concert is April 30.

    Cloud County Community College’s Music Department will present its Spring Band Concert on Sunday, April 30. The concert, which is free, will be at 3 p.m. in Cook Theatre on the Concordia campus. ...more