|Motto||Making Life Better|
KANSAS CITY KANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Latitude and Longitude:
|Colors||Blue and red |
Kansas City Kansas Community College (KCKCC) is a public two year community college in Kansas City, Kansas. The college is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission,  a commission of the North Central Association  and the Kansas Board of Regents. 
Kansas City Kansas Community College was founded in 1923 as part of the Public School System of Kansas City, Kansas. In 1965, in accordance with legislation governing two-year colleges in the State of Kansas, the name of the college changed to Kansas City Kansas Junior College. In 1979, legislative action created another name change for the two-year colleges in the state. The term "junior" was dropped from their names and replaced with "community"; at this time the college officially became known as Kansas City Kansas Community College. 
The main buildings of KCKCC are all dedicated to someone who was an important part of KCKCC's history. 
|Name of building||Function of building|
|Humanities Building||Division of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences; classrooms|
|Henry M. Louis Social & Behavioral Sciences Building||Administration building, classrooms|
|Jewell Student Center||Bookstore, dining services, Student Services|
|Science Building||Science and Lab classrooms, Campus Police|
|Mathematics Building||Division of Mathematics Science Computer Technology Business and Continuing Education; Mathematics classrooms|
|Performing Arts Center||Theatre Department and Media Services|
|Nursing Building||Division of Nursing and Allied Health|
|Flint Building||Business classrooms; Mortuary Science classrooms|
|Field House||Athletic Department and Gymnasium|
|Learning Commons||Library services; TRIO Student Support Services resources, Learning Resource Center; Center for Teaching Excellence|
|Allied Health Building||Division of Nursing and Allied Health, Student Recreation Center|
|Community Education Building||Classrooms|
|Mary Ann Flunder Lodge by the Lake||Conference Center|
|Credit Union||Bank services|
|Campus Child Care Center||Child care services|
The official mascot for the Kansas City Kansas Community College is the Blue Devils. The college has 8 sports. They participate in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference.  The women's basketball team won the NJCAA Division II Women's Basketball National Championship in 2016. 
- Damion Barry track & field medalist
- David E. Bruns, judge of the Kansas Court of Appeals
- Tom Burroughs, former member of the Kansas House of Representatives
- Mark Jelks track & field medalist
- Sam Kass, NBC News senior food analyst and former president Barack Obama's Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition Policy,
- Sherridan Kirk, track & field medalist
- Quincy Morgan, former professional football player
- Cindy Neighbor, former member of the Kansas House of Representatives
- Irene C. Peden, first American woman engineer or scientist to conduct research in the Antarctic  
- David Segui, former professional baseball player
- Kevin Young, former professional baseball player
- Valdenia Winn, former member of the Kansas House of Representatives
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- "KCKCC's Campus Map". KCKCC. Retrieved December 1, 2013.
- KJCCC Members Archived June 13, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
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