Colby Community College

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Colby Community College
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Bedker Memorial Complex
Motto Different. Better. With a Purpose.
Established 1964 (1964)
Type Public, Community College
President Seth Carter
Location Colby, Kansas, USA
Colors Blue and White
Athletics NJCAA Division I
Sports 9 Varsity Teams
Nickname Trojans
File:Colby Trojans logo.png

Colby Community College (CCC) is a two-year community college located in Colby, Kansas, United States. Established in 1964, the 80-acre (32 ha) main campus is located in the heart of Colby with an additional 64-acre (26 ha) agricultural center east of the city.

The college is able to accommodate hundreds of off-campus students by offering classes at 24 locations in the 14-county service area, including campuses in Norton and Wakeeney, and through online distance education courses.[1]


In 2013, CCC was selected as one of the Top 10 Community Colleges in the Country according to Bankrate, Inc. Over 900 public two-year institutions were ranked based on six criteria: graduation rate; student retention rate; the student/ faculty ratio; the school's in-state tuition and fees; the percentage of full-time first-time undergraduates receiving financial aid; and the average amount of grant aid they received from federal, state, and private sources combined.[2]


Colby Community College offers over 60 academic programs which culminate in Associate of Arts, Science and Applied Science degrees as well as a variety of certifications, including technical certificates.[1] Many of the programs and courses are offered in traditional and online learning environments.

Associate of Arts

Criminal Justice/ Pre-Law History Secondary Education
Early Childhood/ Elementary Ed Music Social Work
English Physical Education Sociology
General Studies Political Science Visual Arts
Graphic Design Psychology


Associate of Applied Science

Business Management & Administration Farm & Ranch Management Sustainable/ Renewable Energy
Computer Specialist Horse Production & Management Technical Studies
Criminal Justice Nursing Veterinary Technology
Dental Hygienist Physical Therapist Assistant


Associate of Science

Agri-Business/ Ag Economics Computer Science Physical Science
Agriculture Education Earth/ Geology/ Natural Science Physics
Agronomy Engineering Pre-Chiropractic
Alternative Energy Equine Science Pre-Dentistry
Animal Science Exercise Physiology Pre-Medicine
Biological Science Farm & Ranch Management Pre-Pharmacy
Business Administration/ Accounting General Business Pre-Physical Therapy
Business Education General Studies Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Chemistry Mathematics Wildlife Biology


Certificate Programs

Technical Certificates 1yr Technical Certificates Certificates of Completion
Beef Management Criminal Justice Allied Health
Accounting Feedlot Leadership
Virtual Assistant Health Assistant Specialist Medical Coding
Management/ Marketing Massage Therapy Small Wind Technology
Computer Support Specialist Practical Nursing Solar Photovoltaic
Small Wind Technology
Solar Photovoltaic



The Colby Trojans are members of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference.[7] All nine of the competitive athletic teams are Division I programs.[8]

Notable alumni


  1. 1.0 1.1 About Colby Community College
  2. Top Community Colleges
  3. CCC Associate of Arts Degrees
  4. CCC Associate of Applied Science Degrees
  5. CCC Associate of Science Degrees
  6. CCC Certificate Programs
  7. KJCCC Members
  8. NJCAA - CCC Participating Teams
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