Cherokee Center was established by Labette Community College in
2008 to better serve students of southeast Kansas. It is
conveniently located on the border of Cherokee and Crawford
county at the intersection of US 69 & Hwy 400. LCC offers both
general education and developmental courses. Courses include
General Education, Elementary Education, Business, History, Math
and Psychology in addition to many others. We also offer a
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course every semester. We can
enroll you for classes offered by LCC at the main campus, online
or at any extension site.
14,000 sq foot, ten acre
lot renovated in 2008
7 classrooms, 1 computer
lab and student lounge area
Vending machine and
Television and study
tables in student lounge area
Math tutoring (schedule
varies by semester)
Cookout with LCC
President, Dr. George Knox, each semester
A Financial Aid
representative is available from 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Financial Aid documents can be left at the
front desk on Wednesdays.
Financial Aid information.
For non-traditional students
or those who have not taken an ACT test we offer COMPASS
placement testing. The COMPASS test is an untimed placement test
covering Reading, English and Math. Test scores will be used to
place the student in the appropriate level course.
The Cherokee Center serves as
a GED testing site.
Testing dates can be found at
If you have questions regarding GED classes please contact Karen
Barger, Chief GED Examiner at 1∙888∙522∙3883 ext. 1182.
Dental Assistant Program
The dental assistant program is
located at the Cherokee Center.
For more information check out the Dental Assistant website:
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