MCC KC Student Population

Total 16,351 students are enrolled in Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City (all undergraduate). Among them, 1,766 students are enrolled in online degree/certificate programs. 1,745 faculties are working for Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City and student to faculty ratio is 9.37 to 1.

  • Total Student Population: 16,351
  • Undergraduate: 16,351
  • Online Students: 1,766

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Population By Gender/Attending Status

For academic year 2019-2020, total 16,351 students enrolled into Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City. All students are enrolled in undergraduate programs. By attending status. there are 6,550 full-time and 9,801 part-time students. By gender, 6,772 male and 9,579 female students are attending at Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City. Next table summarizes the student population by gender and attending status for Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City.
Student Population By Gender
Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City
TotalMaleFemale
Undergraduate16,3516,7729,579
Student Population By Attending Status
Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City
TotalFull-timePart-time
Total16,3516,5509,801
Undergraduate16,3516,5509,801

Population by Race/Ethnicity

Next tables summarize the students population by race/ethnicity at Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City.
There are 9,584 White (58.61%), 2,479 Black/African American (15.16%), 1,827 Hispanic (11.17%), 468 Asian (2.86%), and 1,993 students with other races.
Student Population By Race/ethnicity at Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City
TotalMaleFemale
Total16,3516,7729,579
American Indian/Native American34925
Asian468210258
Black/African American2,4798781,601
Hispanic1,8277321,095
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander401030
White9,5844,1145,470
Two More1,310549761
Un-Known434181253

Online Student Population

Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City offers the distance learning opportunities (online degree program and/or courses). 1,766 students (10.80% of total students) are enrolled online exclusively and 3,498 students (21.39% of total students) are enrolled some online courses. Next table summarizes the online student population for Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City.
Distance Learning Student Population at Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City
TotalEnrolled ExclusivelyEnrolled Some CoursesNot In Online Courses
Number of Students16,3511,7663,49811,087

Population by Student Age

The following table summarizes the students population by age at Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City. 4,578 students are aged 20 to 24 (28.00% of total students), 6,805 students are aged below 20 (41.62%), 452 students are aged above 50 (2.76%). Next table summarizes the student population by age at Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City.
Student Population By Age at Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City
TotalMaleFemale
Total16,3516,7729,579
Under 182,0428291,213
Age 18-194,7632,1922,571
Age 20-212,7081,2331,475
Age 22-241,8707571,113
Age 25-291,9637091,254
Age 30-341,052365687
Age 35-39714252462
Age 40-49787270517
Age 50-64382142240
Over 64702347

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