Neosho County Community College


Neosho County Community College has been working with students to meet their academic and career goals in Chanute, Kansas since 1936.

Information Summary

Ranks 44th in Kansas and 3035th overall. See the entire top 2,000 colleges and universities list
Overall Score (about) 50.5
Total Cost On-Campus Attendance $15,792
Admission Success rate N/A
Student Ratio Students-to-Faculty 13 : 1
Retention (full-time / part-time) 50% / 45%
Enrollment Total (all students) 1,968


Students at Neosho County Community College can work toward an Associate Degree or Certificate through an accredited program.

The Associate Degree track enables you to pursue an education that allows you to begin work immediately after graduation or transfer to a four-year university. Programs vary in topic from Art to Industrial Engineering to Secondary Education. In total, there are 18 different fields to choose from for a focus.

For students seeking education that is skill-specific, a Certificate Program is more appropriate. Neosho County Community College offers a Certificate in 21 different programs, ranging in focus from Health Information Technology to Welding.

Neosho prides itself on being able to provide students with a hands-on learning environment as well as individualized attention. The student-teacher ratio is 18:1 and the average class size is 12 students. Each student is also given an academic advisor in their related field, giving them course-related guidance throughout their time at Neosho.

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While Neosho County Community College is an open admissions college, students must meet one of the following requirements to attend:

  • A graduate of an accredited high school
  • An individual who has successfully completed the General Education Diploma, or GED
  • Any person who can benefit from higher education, providing that his or her high school class has graduated
  • High school juniors, seniors, or other gifted students who have received permission from their respective high school
  • Home school students as well as individuals from non-accredited high schools who have an ACT score that is higher than 20 and an SAT score that is greater than 850
  • In order to graduate from Neosho, students must have a high school or GED diploma
  • To gain admission, students must submit an application. Along with the application, students must also provide high school or college transcripts as well as SAT or ACT scores. It’s also recommended that students tour the campus to get an idea of feel and fit in and outside of the classroom.

    Financial Aid

    Once you have completed the admissions process for Neosho County Community College, it’s important to begin the financial aid process as soon as possible. You should begin the process before you’ve heard back about a decision. Applying early helps you receive maximum consideration.

    First, you must complete and submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Students seeking admission at Neosho should also consider applying for scholarships. Applications are available after January 1st and must be submitted by May 1st.

    Roughly 90% of the student body at Neosho County Community College receives financial aid of some sort. The college accepts grants, low interest loans, work-study opportunities, and scholarships. There are also a variety of scholarships available through the college and can be applied for at the financial aid office.

    Students living in Neosho district pay less than in-state and out-of-state residents. However, generally speaking, students attending Neosho are still saving on college tuition bills because of the low cost of attendance.

    Student Financial Aid Details

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    Over 50% of the student body attends full-time, and about three-fourths of students are from Kansas while the rest are from out of state. Also, almost 15% of the student body is multicultural and a few international students attend Neosho County Community College as well.

    Neosho County Community College has 20 student clubs and organizations that enable students to get involved in their school outside of the classroom. In addition to vocal music and theatre productions, students can get involved in organizations like the Forensics and Debate Team as well as the Student Senate, which plans campus events.

    Students on campus can take advantage of the Center for Academic and Vocational Excellence, or CAVE. It’s not only a free computer lab but also provides services like free tutoring, placement testing, GED preparation, and adult basic education classes.

    Unlike most community colleges, Neosho actually has on-campus housing available to students. Bideu Hall was constructed in 2000 and provides living accommodations for up to 200 students per semester. The Hall comes with TV and gaming rooms as well as study lounges. Students also receive free Internet and cable.

    Student Enrollment Demographics


    Student athletes can participate in a variety or sports:

  • Baseball
  • Men’s and Women’s Basketball
  • Cheer/Dance
  • Men’s and Women’s Soccer
  • Softball
  • Track/Cross Country
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling
  • Scholarships based on academic and athletic performance are also available for student athletes.

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