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Contact Info

7250 State Ave Kansas City, KS 66112
Phone: (913) 334-1100
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Kansas City Kansas Community College
  • Located in Kansas City, KS
  • Public
  • 7,556 students enrolled
  • - admitted
  • $2,580 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • prince-russell from kansas city, ks
  • I am a current student here

    for incoming students to kckcc, or to any institution, it is critical that you do not procrastinate. you will not perform well academically if you continuously put things off. make sure you ask a lot of questions so that you can get as much information as possible. i believe that sitting towards the front of the classroom is key. you can connect with the professor better, and they will more than likely do what they can to make sure you perform at your highest level.

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  • Anonymous
  • I am a current student here

    the classes on campus i enjoyed. my mistake was taking classes online. the teacher did not teach you anything and they expect you to know everything. i took about five online classes and i dropped three of them because the teacher would give us assignments that the book would not tell us how to do. she would just give us pages to read and assignments to do. she would never explain anything clearly or sent us a step by step guide on how she wanted us to write papers. the other class i took was not as bad, but yet it wasn't good. the only class that i understood what to do was biology as he would tell us and give us all the materials we needed to do our work with. i feel as the teachers neglect the online classes a lot. they grade things when the classes are over and later want you to go back and fix stuff. they should have graded things by when they were due. that way we could understand our mistake and not kept repeating them. my advice if you are going to do an online class try one out and then see if you like it. i totally think that their online program is horrible. these teachers might be good at teaching in the classroom, but not good online.

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  • Allison from Kansas City, KS
  • I am a current student here

    When starting off in college as a freshmen always be prepared, on time, and never skip breakfast. Make new friends this way you can set up a study group, also it will give you a chance to get know others. Cramming last minute does not work, so study as much as you can in your free time but do allow your brain to relax now and then. Make sure you keep track of your papers and different classes so stay organized.

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  • Anonymous
  • I am a current student here

    Don't take spanish with John Riley or any class with Ernest Evans

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  • Jennifer from Overland Park, KS
  • I am a current student here

    If your taking science courses... Study. Curtis Smith is the best teacher. Advise taking chemistry in the summer as Dr. Ansari is great and you get it over with faster

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