According to Wikipedia,
Cloud County Community College is a public community college with campuses in Concordia, Kansas and Junction City, Kansas in United States. Concordia campus Cloud County Community College was founded in Concordia in 1965 and began classes in the Concordia Junior-Senior High School. The college moved to its present site in 1968. The architecture of the main campus is that of "pods" which are designed to evoke the rolling hills of the area. The athletic teams are known as the Thunderbirds and Lady Thunderbirds . CCCC was the 2001 NJCAA national champion in women's basketball, 2010 Men's Soccer, 2019 Men's Outdoor Track and Field, and 2019 Men's Cross Country. Housing is provided by 13 campus apartments located in "T-Bird Village" across the street from the main campus building, "Thunder Heights" located just west of the main building, and "Hillside Apartments", which is located a mile away from the main campus. CCCC is home to the first Wind Energy Technology program in Kansas and uses both wind and geo-thermal energy to operate portions of the campus electrical system.
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If you graduate from Cloud County Community College, then you can expect to earn an average of $33,600 per year. You also have a 86% chance of being employed after 10 years.
Demographic data is for full-time, on-campus students.
Cloud County Community College is located at 2221 Campus Dr, Concordia KS 66901-1002
Cloud County Community College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:
Cloud County Community College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Communications, Biology, and Law. Here are some of Cloud County Community College's most famous alumni: