Fort Scott Community College
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|Fort Scott Community College|
|Motto||College As It Should Be|
|Location||Fort Scott, Kansas, USA 
|Athletics||8 athletics teams fast-pitch softball, men's baseball, men's and women's basketball, volleyball, Cheer and Dance, football, and rodeo|
|Colors||Maroon and Gray|
Fort Scott Community College is a two-year institution of higher learning based in Fort Scott, Kansas, with satellite buildings in other cities in Crawford County, including Pittsburg and Frontenac, along with sites in Paola and at Fort Scott High School. It is the oldest community college in Kansas, founded in 1919.
The main campus in Fort Scott hosts the bulk of FSCC's curriculum but there are satellite locations in other cities in Crawford County, including Pittsburg and Frontenac, along with sites in Paola and at Fort Scott High School.
Fort Scott Community College has had a full service outreach center in Paola for more than a decade. Students at the Miami County Campus can take day, evening, weekend, or online classes. In addition, the Miami County Campus also offers counseling services, remedial classes, and workshops. In the newly renovated facility, a community room is also available for public use.
Organization and administration
The college president is Clayton Tatro.
The college has 2000 students. The Pittsburg campus offers classes in Administrative Assistant, Bank Teller, Business Computer Certificate, Construction Trades, Cosmetology, Harley-Davidson Technician, John Deere Ag Technician, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration, Industrial Management, Manicurist, and Medical Office Assistant. The FSCC sites in Frontenac have courses covering Harley Davidson and John Deere training.
Fort Scott Community College's mascot is Gizmo the Greyhound. The school colors are maroon and gray.
FSCC soponsors football, volleyball, men's and women's basketball, baseball and softball programs which compete in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference, which is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association. There are also men's and women's rodeo teams, which compete in the Central Plains Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Track and cross-country were dropped by the school prior to the 2010-11 academic year due to a lack of participation. Fort Scott's football team won the 1970 NJCAA National Championship and was national-runner up in 1971, 1972 and 2009.