Kankakee Community College is a two-year college recognized by the Illinois Community College Board and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) through 2024. Learn more about accreditation at KCC. KCC serves Illinois Community College District 520.
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Enhancing quality of life through learning.
KCC is a flexible organization where teamwork is the expectation and student/client success the driving force. Our shared vision is to be a leader in creatively and rapidly responding to our community’s educational needs, emphasizing quality, affordability and effective partnerships.
The core values represent the college, represent how faculty and staff expect themselves and others to behave and drive the organization’s priorities. They are:
KCC is dedicated to providing quality, comprehensive educational programs and services in a fiscally responsible manner. KCC offers a supportive environment for lifelong learning for the development of the individual and the community.
KCC is committed to diversity and embraces the value it brings to our college community. KCC also recognizes that all aspects of diversity enrich the educational experience and advance the mission of the institution. Inclusion, respect, and sensitivity are the pillars of our commitment and promotion of diversity, in all its ideals, is our goal.
KCC provides leadership in identifying the future educational needs of our district as related to the seven general educational and community service goals prescribed by the Illinois Community College Board and listed below:
To provide pre-baccalaureate education consisting of liberal arts, sciences, and pre-professional courses designed to prepare students to transfer to four-year colleges and universities and/or designed to meet individual educational goals.
To provide career education including occupational, vocational, technical and semi-technical training for employment, advancement, or career change, and in so doing meet individual, local and state workforce needs.
To provide general studies including preparatory or developmental instruction, adult basic education, and general education designed to meet individual educational goals.
To provide community education including non-credit, continuing education classes designed to meet individual educational goals.
To provide public service activities of an educational nature, which may include workshops, seminars, forums, studies for cultural enrichment, community needs assessments and use of classroom space for seminars, meetings, etc.
To provide student services that reflect the programmatic development of the institution including, but not limited to, admissions, counseling, testing, tutoring, placement and special assistance for educationally and economically disadvantaged students.
To provide leadership for workforce training and work cooperatively with economic development agencies in the college district.
The college is dedicated to providing learning experiences for living as well as for earning, resulting in a comprehensive academic program designed to give students the personalized attention they need to lead fulfilling lives and have successful careers. Kankakee Community College continuously seeks, collects, and assembles information to aid in identifying District 520 educational needs and searches for ways and means to physically and financially provide programs which will address identified needs.
The college believes in general education as well as specialized studies. The purposes of general education courses in degree curricula are to assist students in becoming contributing members of society, to enhance career goals, and to provide appropriate backgrounds to baccalaureate-oriented students. Through completion of general education requirements, students are expected to synthesize, develop, and internalize personal values; increase awareness and develop a more global perspective of the human condition and one’s adaptation to the total human environment; strengthen basic skills in communications and computation; and integrate general and career specific learning.
KCC serves the 130,000 residents of Community College District 520, which includes all of Kankakee and portions of Ford, Grundy, Iroquois, Livingston and Will counties.
High schools served by KCC District 520
- Bishop McNamara Catholic
- Bradley-Bourbonnais (District 307)
- Central (District 4)
- Donovan (District 3)
- Dwight Township (District 230) Emington only
- Grace Christian Academy
- Grant Park (District 6)
- Herscher (District 2)
- Iroquois West (District 10)
- Kankakee (District 111)
- Manteno (District 5)
- Milford (District 233) Stockland Township only
- Momence (District 1)
- Pontiac Township (District 90) Emington and Saunemin only
- Reed-Custer (District 255U) Essex only
- St. Anne (District 302)
- Tri-Point (District 6)
- Watseka (District 9)
The state of Illinois requires KCC to verify students’ district residency status and charge tuition appropriately. The Illinois Community College Board ZIP code district locator will identify your community college.
Determining Residency Status
Residency status can be determined by where you live, go to high school, work or own property.
To be classified as a resident of the district based on where you live, you must:
- live in a home within the district for 30 days immediately prior to the beginning of the semester
- provide a photo ID
- provide a driver’s license, voters registration card, or other document verifying residency
You may be exempted from the 30-day requirement if you have moved from outside the district and can verify that you established a permanent residence without the primary intent of attending a community college.
Residents of a contiguous community college district whose “home” high school, due to consolidation of high school districts, is within KCC’s district will be considered in-district residents for purposes of tuition assessment and admission to programs. Address verification/District 520 proof is used to verify residency.
If you do not reside in District 520 but work at least 35 hours or more a week within the district, you are eligible for in-district tuition. You must provide proof of employment by submitting a signed affidavit from your in-district employer on company letterhead stating you are employed for 35 hours or more per week each semester you are enrolled.
If you own property within the district, you will be assessed in-district tuition if acceptable documentation is provided.
If you take exception to the residency status assigned and/or tuition assessed, you must pay the tuition assessed but may file a claim in writing to the Office of Admissions and Registration for a reconsideration of residency status and/or an adjustment of the tuition assessed. For purposes of admission, the written claim must be filed 20 calendar days from the start of the term/semester.
For more information, please contact the Office of Admissions and Registration at 815-802-8520.
River Valley Metro Bus Service
River Valley Metro Mass Transit District serves all or part of Kankakee, Bourbonnais, Bradley and Aroma Park. For information call 815-937-4BUS (915-937-4287) or visit https://www.rivervalleymetro.com/.
Fare: $1 each way, no charge for transfers. Monthly discount passes may be purchased at the Accounting Office on the second floor
Serving Riverfront Campus
Weekdays - Bus Route #6 KCC
12 minutes 42 minutes after every hour between 7:42 a.m. and 4:42 p.m.
Non-peak - Bus Route #7 Walmart/Del Monte
24 minutes past the hour. See schedule for times (evening and weekend).
Bus stop is by the flagpoles at KCC’s main entrance.
Serving North Extension Center
Weekdays: Bus Route #3 Schuyler/Mall to Mulligan Drive stop, located directly across from the main entrance of the North Extension Center. Stops approx. 45 minutes past the hour. See schedule for times.
The Kankakee Riverfront Trail makes KCC’s Riverfront Campus very accessible by bike. Starting at the corner of West Hawkins and East Water streets in Kankakee, the trail winds beside the Kankakee River for 0.7 miles until it reaches KCC’s campus. Bike racks are on the west end of the Arts & Sciences Building and near the main entrance.
The main KCC campus is located on 178 acres along the tree-lined banks of the Kankakee River. The campus is 10 minutes south of downtown Kankakee, 100 College Drive, Kankakee, Illinois, via Route 45/52 or I-57, Exit 308. Get directions from your location.
- Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.
- Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Closed most Fridays May-July)
- Saturday, 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Closed most Saturdays May-July)
On holidays for students when the college is open, Student Affairs hours are 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Closed most Fridays May-July)
General information, or if you don’t know the department: 815-802-8100.
To contact a specific department or staff member, check the directories page.
Services and amenities
Services and amenities include registration, testing, advising, financial aid, the bookstore, classrooms, Workforce Development Center, Health Careers Center for Excellence, Harold and Jean Miner Memorial Library, computer labs, a full-service cafeteria, auditoriums, athletic fields, gymnasium and Fitness Center.
- Campus - Parking lots, campus roads, building locations, loading dock location, baseball softball locations, west campus.
- 1st Floor - College Center, Continuing Education and Career Services offices, Miner Memorial Library, Hammes Bookstore, Auditorium (Room L110), Workforce Development Center Conference Hall (Room D140), classrooms, faculty offices, food service, gymnasium.
- 2nd Floor - Student Affairs and registration areas, financial aid, accounts receivable, administrative offices, classrooms, and faculty offices.
- 3rd Floor - Classrooms, Information Technology Services helpdesk, faculty offices.
- Athletics Facilities
- Evacuation stairwells
The Welcome Center is located on the first floor of the Workforce Development Center. The friendly staff can give maps and directions, provide a copy of your class schedule, and help with other information you need.
This area is also home to the Continuing Education and Human Resources departments.
Advanced Technology Education Center
The Advanced Technology Education Center opened in January 2019 on KCC’s Riverfront Campus.
The 21,000 square-foot building incorporates a number of sustainable features, including geothermal wells, low-flow fixtures and high-efficiency lighting which meet requirements for the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Gold certification. KCC’s wind turbine and photovoltaic array also provide a portion of the center’s electricity.
The ATEC building houses KCC’s renewable energy programs, with classrooms, labs, offices, and support spaces to provide hands-on technical training in fields such as wind generation, solar thermal, solar photo-voltaic systems, and electrical (National Electric Code NEC) instruction. ATEC also houses continuing training for technicians and electricians who are already in the profession.
The college’s Electrical Engineering Technology programs are coordinated by Professor Patrick Klette.
BLDD Architects of Chicago was the architect; and Piggush Simoneau, Inc. of Kankakee was the builder. Total construction cost was $6.2 million dollars, with $5 million funded through a 2014 grant from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity. KCC also expects to receive $150,000 in grant funds from the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation in recognition of the building’s sustainable and energy efficient design and construction. The money was allocated in 2015.
Manufacturing & Industrial Technology Center
The Kankakee Community College Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Center (MITC) has sophisticated classrooms and labs for welding, manufacturing technology, machine tool and millwright programs.
Input from local industries, like Nucor, CSL Behring, Shoup Manufacturing, and Armstrong World Industries, ensures our programs will provide well-trained employees.
Located at 2580 S. Route 45/52, Kankakee, less than 1/2 mile south of KCC’s Riverfront Campus, the MITC is easily accessible from I-57, Route 17, or Route 45/52. Get directions from your location.
- Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 4:30-10 p.m.
View the most current list of credit courses offered at the Manufacturing & Industrial Technology Center in the class schedule:
North Extension Center
Located at 450 N. Kinzie Ave., Bradley, the North Extension Center (NEC) is at the corner of Kinzie Avenue (Route 50) and Mulligan Drive. It is less than 1.5 miles south of Interstate 57. Get directions from your current location.
River Valley Metro bus route #3 – Northfield Square Mall. The Mulligan Drive stop is across from the North Extension Center main entrance.
The two-story, 18,353 square foot, LEED-Gold certified building is home to Kankakee Workforce Services (WIOA).
State-of-the-art classrooms provide learning space for:
- credit division courses
- corporate training
- GED preparation classes
- Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.
- Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Reception desk: 815-802-8960
ABE and GED prep classes
Students must attend an orientation first! New class sessions begin every eight weeks. For more information on GED courses, visit the High School Equivalency (GED® / HiSet®) Classes page.
To schedule an appointment for an orientation or for more information, please call 815-802-8300.
View the most current list of credit courses offered at the North Extension Center in the class schedule:
Innovation in Green Design
The North Extension Center is the first LEED Gold certified building in Kankakee County, by approval from the US Green Buildings Council. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the US Green Buildings Council’s certification program that recognizes sustainable building strategies and practices. The following features were incorporated into the building’s design.
Reflection and Insulation
The white synthetic rubber roof (ethylene propylene diene monomer or EPDM) helps reflect the sun and reduce the heat load. The exterior walls and roof have a high insulation value of R-26 for exterior walls and R-34 on the roof.
Low-emitting materials (low-volatile organic compounds) were used where applicable in paints, flooring and adhesives. Green cleaning solutions are being used. Radiant-floor heating and cooling in the lobby means less airborne particle movement.
Sensors aid in the efficient use of electric lighting in the building. Instead of relying completely on artificial lighting, skylights and other windows use natural sunlight. Ninety percent of the building has views of the outdoors.
Thirteen geothermal vertical loops drilled 500 feet into the ground heat and cool the building. Geothermal units take advantage of the ground’s constant temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Water circulates through the loops, cooling the building in the summer and heating it in the winter. The building does not have a natural gas supply.
For residents of the northern part of Kankakee Community College’s district, the North Extension Center brings KCC services and classes closer to home. Regular bus service and a bike rack makes this location accessible, too. The parking lot offers a charging station for electric vehicles.
Following demolition of the previous building on the North Extension Center site, construction material was recycled and soils were reused when possible.
Construction materials from local and regional sources were used whenever possible.
Water systems inside and out reduce potable water consumption. Landscape choices are optimized to have low watering needs.
Solar Photovoltaic Panels
By producing 5% of the buildings electric power, solar photovoltaic panels help improve the building’s energy performance beyond standards set for commercial buildings in the United States.
Automated Temperature Control
All thermal controls are computer-automated, so fans and temperatures can be scheduled and adjusted based on building occupancy.
Harold and Jean Miner South Extension Center
Located at 1488 E. Walnut St. in Watseka, next to the Watseka Riverside Medical Center facility. Get directions from your location.
The center offers KCC college credit, continuing education, GED, and adult education classes. The Fast Path program is offered exclusively at the South Extension Center. Visit https://fastpath.kcc.edu for more details.
- Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Friday-Sunday, Closed
Onsite Academic Advising Hours
- Tuesday, Thursday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Other times available by appointment
To schedule an appointment, phone 815-802-8780 or email email@example.com.
Please call 815-802-8780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before visiting in case an appointment is needed, or you may be assisted more quickly in another way.
High School Equivalency/GED® Prep Courses
New class sessions begin every eight weeks. For more information on High School Equivalency classes, visit Adult and Community Education.
English as a Second Language
For more information, visit English as a Second Language or call 815-802-8300.
View the most current list of credit courses in the class schedule.
Visit https://fastpath.kcc.edu for details on the Fast Path program, offered exclusively at the South Extension Center in Watseka.
The following is an overview of KCC’s parking regulations. A detailed list of KCC’s parking regulations is available from the KCC Police Department.
Students and Visitors
Students may park only in the open/unmarked spaces found in lots P2, P3, P4, P5, P9, P10 and P12. Parking decals/permits are not required for open parking. Refer to the parking lots map for locations.
Persons with Disabilities
To park in a handicap space, vehicles must display either a handicap license plate or the state of Illinois handicap parking permit in the vehicle’s front window. Spaces are in lots P1, P7, P10 and P12. Unauthorized vehicles in these spaces will be subject to fines and towing at the owner’s expense.
With a current staff parking decal, employees may park in lots P0, P6, P11, P13 and P15. Employees who regularly use alternate vehicles may choose to obtain a parking decal for each vehicle. Failure to display a permit will result in a fine.
Temporary employee permits are available in the Office of Business Affairs or call Physical Plant at 815 802-8174 with the make and model of the car.
Employee parking is not allowed in lot P0 spaces A, B, C and D.
Motorcycles can be parked in the northwest corner of the student parking area (lot PM) or other open parking areas.
Sustainable Vehicle Spaces
Designated parking spaces for sustainable vehicles (flex-fuels, hybrids and electric vehicles) are marked with signs in lots P2, P5, and P15.
Special Parking Permits
A limited number of restricted spaces (separate from handicap) are available and are located in the north row of Lot P0. Spaces are labeled A, B, C and D.
With verification from a physician, a student or staff member may request a restricted permit from the KCC Police Department or Office of Business Affairs. Use of these permits is limited to six weeks.
- Parking lots: 15 mph
- Roadways: 20 mph unless otherwise indicated
- College Drive: 30 mph
Parking Spaces and Vehicle Operation
The responsibility for finding a legal parking space rests upon the vehicle operator. The fact that other vehicles are parked improperly is not a valid excuse for parking with any part of the vehicle over any line or in a “no parking” zone or reserved space.
Vehicles shall be parked totally within designated parking spaces. All other areas are “no parking” zones. Parking is prohibited on grass or any area not identified for parking use. Vehicles parked on KCC property must be in operating condition at all times.
Fines and Enforcement
Those who own, possess, or operate a vehicle on KCC’s campus are responsible for knowing the regulations. Ignorance of the regulations is not reason for exemption.
With rare exceptions, the penalties for violation of regulations are imposed against the vehicle involved rather than against the operator, and the owner of the vehicle in violation becomes responsible for the payment of fines.
Violators are subject to fines in accordance with state law. Tickets will be issued and fines assessed for violations of parking regulations. Fines must be paid within the time specified on the ticket.
Fines issued by KCC will be assessed as follows:
- Restricted parking (permit not valid for lot) – $25
- Improper parking (on grass, sidewalk, etc.) – $25
- No parking zone or not designated parking – $25
- Parking in any reserved space – $25
- Parking in fire access area – $50
- Handicapped parking without permit – $750 (payable to the city of Kankakee)
Outstanding violations will be reported as encumbrances to the Accounting Office, which will restrict registration and/or the release of student records, and could result in the immediate towing of vehicles until all assessments are cleared. Violations not collected through the Accounts Receivable billing system may be referred to a collection agency to obtain payment.
Vehicles utilizing college facilities that are in violation of any section of these regulations may be issued notice of violation and/or towed at the owner’s expense. Examples of towing violations include but are not limited to:
- Obstructing traffic, creating a safety hazard, or parking in a no-parking zone
- Unauthorized use of a handicap or any other reserved space
- Abandonment of a vehicle
- A vehicle which has received three or more parking violations during a semester
In addition to KCC’s police and public safety officers, the Kankakee Police Department also patrols the college’s campus and may issue tickets for parking and vehicle operation violations.
For students, appeals of parking violations must be made in writing to the deputy chief of police within five working days of the writing of the violation. The results of the appeal will be communicated by the deputy chief of police within five working days of the receipt of the appeal. Appeals by employees can be made in the Office of Business Affairs.
Kankakee Community College was organized in October 1966 by a group of citizens concerned with providing a post-secondary educational resource for the people of the Kankakee area. The first college classes began on Sept. 23, 1968. Since that date, it has served as an educational, vocational, and recreational center for residents of Community College District 520, an area encompassing all of Kankakee County, and portions of Iroquois, Ford, Grundy, Livingston, and Will counties. KCC serves a population of approximately 150,000.
From its beginnings in a rented room in the Kankakee Hotel, KCC has grown to an accredited educational institution offering associate degrees and certificates of completion in more than 45 disciplines.
KCC plays a key role in workforce development within the college district. The college offers training toward industry credentials and certifications through programs including Electrical Engineering Technology, Early Childhood Education, Manufacturing Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nursing, Paramedic, Radiography, Respiratory Therapist, Solar-Photovoltaic and Welding.
KCC was named one of the top 50 best trade schools in the U.S. for 2020-21 by learn.org. The college also is recognized as Military Friendly by militaryfriendly.com.
In addition, the Office of Continuing Education & Career Services has numerous workforce training and personal development courses offered throughout the year. That area of the college offers seminars, customized training, and personal enrichment courses for community members and the business community.
Seven presidents have served KCC:
- Dr. Robert Zimmer
- Dr. John Samlin
- Dr. L.H. Horton Jr.
- Dr. Larry Huffman
- Dr. Jerry Weber
- Dr. John Avendano
- Dr. Michael Boyd (since July 1, 2019)
KCC has graduated more than 14,000 students who work across all professions and trades.
The college completed Phase I of its permanent facility in 1972 and Phase II in 1973. Phase I and II, which include the three-story main building and two-story Technology Building, house more than 60 classrooms and laboratories, the Harold and Jean Miner Memorial Library, College Center, cafeteria, auditorium and administrative offices. The George H. Ryan Activities Center for athletic and recreational programs opened in the fall of 1988.
In spring 1993, the one-story Prairie Building opened, connecting the Technology Building to the main building. A three-story addition was added to the east wing of the main building as well. The Workforce Development Center was completed in 2004. In January 2007, the 41,000 square foot Arts & Sciences Building opened on the Riverfront Campus.
A renovation completed in Fall 2022 transformed the Technology Building into the Industrial Technology Center. The building features learning labs for specialized training in automotive technology, computer graphic technology, electrical engineering technology, and law enforcement. Major funding support was provided by Nucor of Kankakee.
Another recently opened building, the Advanced Technology Education Center (2019) houses KCC’s award-winning Electrical Engineering Technology program. The 21,000 square foot building is U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Gold certified.
The Harold and Jean Miner South Extension Center in Watseka opened in June 2013. It replaced a satellite center which had been open since 2002. The Manufacturing & Industrial Technology Center on Route 45/52 opened in January 2014. The facility houses several technology programs, including air-conditioning and refrigeration, machine tool technology and welding.
KCC opened a North Extension Center—the first LEED Gold building in Kankakee County—in Bradley in spring 2014.
The Cavaliers athletics teams have enjoyed tremendous success beginning with the baseball team’s first trip to the national tournament in 1974, where they finished ninth. Since then, the women’s basketball team earned a national championship in 1995, and has been runner-up four times. Women’s softball earned a national championship in 2015 and was the runner-up in 2010. The baseball team won the national championship in 2017. Two other teams have been national runners-up: men’s basketball and volleyball. In all, KCC teams have won 83 region championships and have played in 71 national tournaments. Numerous student athletes have been recognized by the NJCAA as All-Americans and for academic achievement.
The 1994-95 women’s basketball team was inducted into the NJCAA Hall of Fame in December 2013. Two coaches are in the NJCAA Hall of Fame: Dennis Clark, softball, 1983-2017; and Denny Lehnus, men’s basketball, 1974-1993.
Professional Licensure Disclosures
The U.S. Code of Federal Regulations requires disclosures by institutions regarding educational requirements for programs leading to professional licensure or certification regardless of modality. The institution must make information readily available to enrolled and prospective students which shares whether programs leading to professional licensure or certification meet educational requirements.
The curricula for programs customarily leading to licensure at KCC are designed to meet the licensure/certification requirements in Illinois. KCC has not determined if its programs meet the licensure requirements of the other 49 states, territories, and the District of Columbia.
The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) has worked with other entities to create the Professional Licensure Directory. It provides general contact information and is updated twice annually. It does not house regulations or requirements. Students may find the contact information helpful in their research on state licensure agreement based on their location.
KCC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and complies with applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination, including Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 540 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. It is the policy of the college that no person on the basis of race, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, sex, genetic information, creed, religion, color, marital or parental status, veteran status, age, national origin, membership in any professional group, organization or association, socioeconomic status, mental or physical disability shall be discriminated against. This includes, but is not limited to admissions, employment, financial assistance, placement, recruitment, educational programs, or activities. Lack of English skills is not a barrier to admission and participation in educational programs. Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to David Cagle, director of human resources/Affirmative Action officer; Meredith Purcell, vice president for student affairs, Title IX coordinator; or Kim Jeffreys, director of support services/Section 504 coordinator; Kankakee Community College, 100 College Drive, Kankakee, IL 60901-6505; 815-802-8100. TTY users may phone 711. Outside of Illinois, dial 1-800-526-0844.
For more information:
Lack of English skills is not a barrier to admission or participation in educational programs.
Title IX coordinator
The Title IX coordinator ensures that the college is in compliance with the federal law by handling complaints, answering questions, organizing information and relevant statistics and staying informed regarding laws that affect these areas.
If you or someone you know has been the victim of discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct, contact the Title IX coordinator or complete the online misconduct complaint form.
Vice President for Student Affairs
Affirmative Action Officer
The affirmative action officer ensures the college is in compliance with federal law.
Section 504 coordinator
The section 504 coordinator ensures the college is in compliance with federal law in providing individuals with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in its programs and benefit from its services, including the provision of information to employees, students and members of the public.
Become a part of KCC’s online community! Whether you are a current or future student, alumnus, district resident or visitor, KCC’s social media sites are a great way to get to know us. We invite you to join the conversation!
Learn more about KCC’s social media objectives and guidelines.
KCC’s Facebook page keeps you up-to-date on what’s happening. Also, learn the latest about KCC’s programs and departments through their Facebook pages. If a particular program interests you, we hope you’ll “like” it and choose it as a Facebook “interest.”
Videos highlight student life, programs and campus events. Subscribe to KCC’s YouTube channel to receive notifications when a new video is posted. Have you made a video about a KCC class, campus location or group? Let us know! We might post or share it.
Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest
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