Neosho County Community College

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Neosho County Community College
NC & Logotype Vertical.jpg
MottoEnriching Lives
TypeCommunity College
Established1936 (Chanute)
1991 (Ottawa)
PresidentBrian Inbody
Academic staff
396
Location, ,
United States

37°40′12″N 95°27′51″W / 37.67000°N 95.46417°W / 37.67000; -95.46417Coordinates: 37°40′12″N 95°27′51″W / 37.67000°N 95.46417°W / 37.67000; -95.46417
CampusRural
Athletics11 Varsity Teams
ColorsBlack and Orange
   
NicknamePanthers
Websiteneosho.edu

Neosho County Community College (NCCC) is a public community college in Chanute, Kansas. It has a secondary campus in Ottawa, Kansas. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

History[edit]

In 1936, it was established as Chanute Junior College. In July 1, 1965, it was renamed to Neosho County Community Junior College.[1]

On January 21, 2021, it was announced that Neosho County Community College failed its entire Chanute nursing program class. [2][3]

Campuses[edit]

Unlike some other community colleges which offer no housing, the Chanute Campus of NCCC allows students to live on campus and have a dinner plan. This campus is more designed for full-time traditional students. It is also the larger of the two campuses.

The Ottawa campus is different from Chanute campus in that the former has no housing available. This campus is more designed for part-time nontraditional students, though significant numbers of traditional students also attend this campus. Students at Ottawa High School are offered numerous dual-credit college courses through this campus.

Athletics[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About NCCC". Neosho. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  2. ^ Dodge, Zachary. "Neosho County Community College fails entire Chanute nursing program class". KOAM News Now. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  3. ^ Donahue, Kimberly. "Students fail; college looking to improve nursing program". WIMBW. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  4. ^ http://www.ufc.com/fighter/Patrick-Williams
  5. ^ Stransell, Jake. "Former Neosho County Community College baseball product receives call up to Majors". Four States Homepage. KSN. Retrieved 3 February 2021.

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