Enrollment Checklist - Steps to Enrollment Details

1 - Complete an Application


Complete a free application. Check your e-mail for confirmation that your application has been received and processed. Submit high school and previous college transcripts to Transcript Services.

2 - Determine Proper Course Placement


Every first-time college student is required to go through the placement evaluation process. First-time college students include those taking courses on campus, online, at Pioneer Career Center, at the Technical Education Center and through high school partnership/dual and concurrent enrollment programs. The only individuals exempt from the placement evaluation process are those:

  • Enrolling only in Wellness.
  • Enrolling only in a physical activity class from the exercise science curriculum.
  • Enrolling only in contract agreement with KCKCC.
  • Who has earned a two-year or higher degree and whose study included Math and English from an accredited post-secondary institution.

The placement evaluation process at Kansas City Kansas Community College uses multiple factors for course placement. Multiple factors include, but are not limited to, high school GPA/course grades, GED content scores, ACT/SAT scores, ACCUPLACER placement scores and DANTES scores.

Only reading placement is required for Cosmetology, Nail Technology, Electrical Technology, Medical Technology and health careers.

For guidance about your course placement and for more information regarding multiple factors, contact Faith Moody at fmoody@kckcc.edu.

The placement test is given in the Student Success Center, Jewell Building, Room 3344 on a walk-in basis; no appointments are needed.

Testing Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (The latest a student can start the test is 4:30 p.m.)

Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (The latest a student can start the test is 3:30 p.m.)

It takes approximately an hour and a half to two hours to take the placement test. ESL tests can take approximately four hours. Students should plan accordingly

3 - Complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)


Go to the website www.fafsa.gov  to apply for federal financial aid (grants, loans, work-study). This is a free application. Complete the 2020-2021 application to attend Spring or Summer 2021.  Complete the 2021-2022 application to attend Fall 2021, Spring 2022 and Summer 2022. Our school code is 001925.

Students can track their financial aid status by logging into My Financial Aid in Self Service.

Go to our Financial Aid section for additional information.

4 - Submit Transcripts to Registrar’s Office


Students with fewer than 24 academic college credits must submit their High School transcripts to the Registrar’s Office. All college transcripts must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office for each institution attended. College level courses taken in High School for Dual/Concurrent Enrollment must also be sent to the Registrar’s Office by each college in which credit was earned. 

How to submit transcripts to KCKCC.

5 - Set Up a Self Services Account and set up your Student Email


A KCKCC student I.D. will be sent to the e-mail address listed on your application. Create your account following the instructions contained in your e-mail. Once your account has been created, use the same login information to access your KCKCC Student e-mail. KCKCC will only communicate with students through this school-issued e-mail address.

Read our Self Services Guide for additional information.

6 - Complete the MyMajors Assessment


Whether you are a current student or just deciding where you might want to apply for college, the MyMajors Assessment is used to help confirm your program of study and/or to help students who are exploring to discover degrees at KCKCC. The assessment will take about 20 minutes of your time and will recommend your best-fit programs that match your academic achievement, aptitude, unique interests, and preferences.

Complete the MyMajors Assessment

7 - Connect with a Student Success Advisor or Register for Classes Online


  • Schedule an appointment for academic advising or enrollment assistance; call 913-288-7696, or email advising@kckcc.edu, and include your name, student ID number and phone number. 

    Visit the Student Success Center for advisor contact information at all campus locations, helpful campus resources, drop-in office hours, and to learn how to prepare for your advising appointment. 

    • Attend Advising (available via Phone, Email, Video/Virtual, or in person)
      Students who work with a Student Success Advisor can register for classes during the appointment.
    • Use Self Service to Register Online
      If you have earned 12+ credit hours, you may use Self Service. to register and plan classes online.

    Note: New Transfer Students, Non-Degree Seeking and Visiting Student enrolling courses with prerequisites will need to connect with an advisor for enrollment assistance so we may review your transcripts and confirm that you have met the necessary enrollment requirements.

8 - Get Student ID and Parking Permit


Visit the Admissions Office (Upper Jewell, room 3308) to obtain your student ID. Please bring a government-issued photo ID and your class schedule. Parking Permits can be obtained in the Admissions.

9 - Pay For Your Courses


Save Your Seat!  Set up your Payment Arrangement

Have your payment arrangements in place by the deadline listed above to remain enrolled.  If you do not have your payment method in place by the payment deadlines, you will be dropped from all classes.

Visit www.kckcc.edu/pay for information about how to your bill and payment arrangement options.

10 - Buy Your Books and Course Materials


Purchase your textbooks, lab kits, supplies, and other required course materials online or at the KCKCC Bookstore website.

Contact Info
bookstore@kckcc.edu
 
913-288-7633

11 - Connect with KCKCC Student Services & Campus Resources


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