Contact Information: Outreach, 785.460.4611,
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What is Outreach Education?

Colby Community College offers instruction at a number of outreach sites in surrounding counties. Outreach courses have the same placement and prerequisite requirements and include the same content and rigor as traditional on-campus classes. Students at these sites can be confident in transferring, as the Kansas Board of Regents has approved 56 courses for guaranteed transfer among all Kansas public postsecondary institutions.

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Concurrent Enrollment

It is the policy of the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) and Colby Community College to encourage high school students to take advantage of post-secondary education opportunities by enrolling while still in high school or participating in home schooling. K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 72-11a01 through 72-11a05 provide for these opportunities through the Kansas Challenge to Secondary School Pupils Act. High school students in 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades are eligible to take concurrent enrollment classes if specific course prerequisites and placement testing requirements are met. For more information, visit the Regents website at or view the CEP brochure

For questions about outreach classes or for more information about concurrent enrollment classes, email the outreach director.

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Important Documents

Important Dates for Spring 2019

Jan. 9Spring First 8 and 16 Week Classes Begin
Jan. 16Last Day to Add or Drop with a Full Refund First 8-Week Classes
Jan. 22Last Day to Add or Drop with a Full Refund 16-Week Classes
Feb. 11Spring 12-Week Classes Begin
Feb. 11Last Day to Withdraw from First 8-Week Classes
Feb. 21Last Day to Add or Drop with a Full Refund 12-Week Classes
Mar. 7Spring Second 8-Week Classes Begin
Mar. 14Last Day to Add or Drop with a Full Refund Second 8-Week Classes
Apr. 2Last Day to Withdraw from 16-Week Classes
Apr. 11Last Day to Withdraw from 12-Week
Apr. 22Last Day to Withdraw from Second 8-Week Classes
Important Dates for Summer 2019
June 3-June 281st 4-Week Session
June 5Last Day to Add or Drop 1st 4-Week Session classes for a full refund
June 3- July 268-Week Session
June 7Last Day to Add or Drop 8-Week Session classes for a full refund
July 1-July262nd 4-Week Session
July 3Last Day to Add or Drop 2nd 4-Week Session classes for a full refund


The tuition rate for concurrently enrolled high school students is $110 per credit hour.  This flat rate includes all course types including face-to-face, online, and ITV.  Additional Course fees, books, or materials are not included in this rate. Students are financially responsible once they are enrolled in courses. 

How to Enroll

If you are a new student, please apply to the college and then contact the Outreach department. If you are a current student or have previously taken courses through CCC, please contact the Outreach department.


Students taking online courses will need to purchase any required textbooks for that course. 

How to Order Textbooks Online

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