Best Kansas Community Colleges (2022)

For the 2022 school year, there are 31 community colleges serving 79,700 students in Kansas (26 public colleges and 5 private colleges).
For Kansas community colleges, the average tuition is approximately $3,484 per year for in-state students and $4,443 for out-of-state students. For private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $18,155 per year (view national tuition costs).
The best top ranked community colleges in California include Hutchinson Community College, Butler Community College and Hesston College.
Kansas community colleges have a diversity score of 0.58, which is lower than the national average of 0.71 (view national diversity statistics).
Minority enrollment is 38% (majority Hispanic) and the student:teacher ratio is 12:1.

Student by Ethnicity

(KS) School Average
American Indian
1%
Asian
3%
Hispanic
14%
Black
8%
White
62%
Two or more races
4%
Non Resident
2%
Unknown
6%
KS All Ethnic Groups Ethnicity Breakdown

Top Ranked Kansas Community Colleges (2022)

  • College Location Students
  • 901 S Haverhill Rd
    El Dorado, KS 67042
    (316) 321-2222

    7,964 students
  • Hesston College
    Private not-for-profit
    301 South Main
    Hesston, KS 67062
    (620) 327-4221

    378 students
  • 1300 N Plum St
    Hutchinson, KS 67501
    (620) 665-3500

    5,315 students
  • 12345 College Blvd
    Overland Park, KS 66210
    (913) 469-8500

    18,278 students
  • 3136 Dickens Ave
    Manhattan, KS 66503
    (785) 587-2800

    912 students
  • 3033 US Highway 24
    Beloit, KS 67420
    (785) 738-2276

    913 students
  • 1209 Harrison St
    Goodland, KS 67735
    (785) 890-3641

    735 students
  • 1601 W 23rd Street, Suite 200
    Lawrence, KS 66046
    (785) 841-9640

    113 students
  • 1801 N Cottonwood
    Iola, KS 66749
    (620) 365-5116

    2,407 students
  • 245 NE 30th Road
    Great Bend, KS 67530
    (620) 792-2701

    4,300 students
  • 1200 S Main
    McPherson, KS 67460
    (620) 241-0723

    677 students
  • 2221 Campus Dr
    Concordia, KS 66901
    (785) 243-1435

    1,802 students
  • 400 W 11th St
    Coffeyville, KS 67337
    (620) 251-7700

    1,758 students
  • 1255 S Range
    Colby, KS 67701
    (785) 462-3984

    1,410 students
  • 125 S 2nd St
    Arkansas City, KS 67005
    (620) 442-0430

    2,463 students
  • 2501 N 14th Ave
    Dodge City, KS 67801
    (620) 225-1321

    1,513 students
  • Donnelly College
    Donnelly College Photo - Students in Freshman Seminar
    Private, non-profit
    608 N 18th St
    Kansas City, KS 66102
    (913) 621-8700

    586 students
  • 3301 W 18th St
    Emporia, KS 66801
    (620) 343-4600

    1,514 students
  • 2108 S Horton
    Fort Scott, KS 66701
    (620) 223-2700

    1,827 students
  • 801 Campus Dr
    Garden City, KS 67846
    (620) 276-7611

    1,892 students
  • 606 W Main
    Highland, KS 66035
    (785) 442-6000

    2,866 students
  • 1057 West College Avenue
    Independence, KS 67301
    (620) 331-4100

    890 students
  • 7250 State Ave
    Kansas City, KS 66112
    (913) 334-1100

    5,998 students
  • 200 S 14th
    Parsons, KS 67357
    (620) 421-6700

    1,719 students
  • 800 W 14th St
    Chanute, KS 66720
    (620) 431-2820

    1,898 students
  • 1501 W Riley St
    Atchison, KS 66002
    (913) 367-6204

    289 students
  • 348 NE SR 61
    Pratt, KS 67124
    (620) 672-5641

    1,181 students
  • Rasmussen College-Kansas
    Private for-profit
    620 SW Governor View
    Topeka, KS 66606
    (785) 228-7320

    554 students
  • 2562 Centennial Road
    Salina, KS 67401
    (785) 309-3100

    791 students
  • 1801 N. Kansas Ave.
    Liberal, KS 67901
    (620) 624-1951

    1,837 students
  • 4004 N Webb Rd. Bldg 100
    Wichita, KS 67226
    (316) 677-9400

    4,920 students
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