New Students

An application to the college must be on file.  Apply Online. 

After the application is processed, a letter will be sent to you on how to enroll using WebAdvisor. You will use your Last Name and Social Security Number to login to WebAdvisor.  Placement testing is required for all first-time college students. No appointments are needed for the placement test.

Questions regarding the need for placement testing by students who have previously received college credit for composition or math should be directed to the Placement Coordinator, 913-288-7171.

Steps to Enrollment

To apply and get enrolled in classes, follow these  Steps to Enrollment.

Student Advising Center

The staff of the Student Advising Center is available to assist students with planning and achieving personal, career, and academic goals. Advisors and Counselors help students with educational objectives such as deciding on a major, understanding KCKCC degree requirements, planning a KCKCC degree program, preparing to transfer to a four-year institution, and course selection and transferability.

Make an appointment with your Advisor


Current students may enroll through WebAdvisor. Students who have never used WebAdvisor, will need to start the process by selecting “I’m new to WebAdvisor" on the left hand side of the screen. The system will then guide the students to the process for gaining access to the system for the first time. Students will be able to enroll and/or make schedule adjustments in any course that has not already started, provided seats are still available.  Student Guide

Campus Visits

Visit our main campus, our Technical Education Center, and or Leavenworth Center to see what KCKCC is all about. Schedule a Tour.

Mini SOAR Sessions (New Student Orientation)

Learn about the different resources available to you along with information on various departments at KCKCC.  You will also receive information on how to access WebAdvisor and myDotte along with the College Website. Mini SOAR Dates

Concurrent/ Dual Enrollment

The Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) encourages high school students to take advantage of postsecondary education opportunities by enrolling in college courses while still in high school. The statute commonly is known as concurrent enrollment of high school students in eligible postsecondary institutions. Different types of enrollment can be included under the statute.
Concurrent and Dual Enrollment classes

Contact Information

Financial Aid
Placement Testing
Student Orientation 
Student Advising
Business Office 
Campus Police

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