Coffeyville Community College
|Location||Coffeyville, Kansas, U.S.|
|Colors||Red and white
Coffeyville Community College is a member of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference and the National Junior College Athletic Association. Coffeyville Community College offers football, basketball, baseball, softball, cross country, track and field, golf, volleyball, rodeo, and soccer.
Coffeyville Community College was established in 1923, and was among the first such institutions to be chartered by the State of Kansas. It was founded at the request of the voters of the Coffeyville school district to provide two years of college for students who, at that time, had graduated from Coffeyville High School.
From the beginning, the College has been advised by the University of Kansas. Together, they developed the various courses and departments at the College. Since that time, the College has maintained a close relationship with the University of Kansas, and all other Kansas Regents Institutions, to provide for effective operation and transfer of credits. In 1965, the College became a member of the State System of Public Junior Colleges and the name officially became Coffeyville Community Junior College. Soon after, the voters of the southern one-half of Montgomery County voted to expand the college district to include the entire southern half of the county instead of just the City of Coffeyville. The first Board of Trustees was elected in 1967. In 1980, the College name was officially changed to Coffeyville Community College by an act of the State Legislature. In 2001, the Southeast Kansas Area Vocational Technical School merged with Coffeyville Community College.
Coffeyville Community College has sent forty-eight players to the NFL over the years.
- Larry Asante, Safety for the Oakland Raiders
- Akin Ayodele, NFL linebacker, Free Agent
- Gary Busey, actor
- James Carpenter, NFL offensive guard, Seattle Seahawks
- Buster Douglas, world heavyweight boxing champion
- Maurice "Lil Mo" Douglass, former defensive back, Chicago Bears
- Reggie Evans, NBA player Brooklyn Nets
- Andre De Grasse, 200m Silver medalist/100m Bronze medalist, 2016 Olympic Games
- Mel Gray, former return specialist, Detroit Lions
- Brandon Jacobs, NFL running back, New York Giants
- Ryan Lilja, Former NFL offensive lineman, Indianapolis Colts and Kansas City Chiefs
- Pete Mills, American football player
- Reggie Nelson, NFL safety, Oakland Raiders
- Quinton Patton, NFL wide receiver, San Francisco 49ers
- Chris Penn, former wide receiver, Kansas City Chiefs
- Mike Rozier, 1983 Heisman Trophy winner
- Henry Schichtle, football player
- Devin Smith, professional basketball player, Maccabi Tel Aviv
- Paul Soliai, NFL defensive tackle, Miami Dolphins
- Ron Springs, football player
- Siran Stacy, former professional football player, Philadelphia Eagles
- Devin Thomas, NFL wide receiver, Washington Redskins
- Keith Traylor, former defensive lineman, Kansas City Chiefs
- Jeff Wright, NFL defensive tackle, Buffalo Bills