Information Technology & Systems


All locations: (877) 222-0780

Columbus Campus
  • 4500 63rd Street
    Columbus, NE 68601
    (402) 564-7132
  • Admissions: (402) 562-1257
Grand Island Campus
  • 3134 W. Highway 34
    Grand Island, NE 68801
    (308) 398-4222
  • Admissions: (308) 398-7406
Hastings Campus
  • 550 S. Technical Blvd.
    Hastings, NE 68901
    (402) 463-9811
  • Admissions: (402) 461-2428
Holdrege Center
  • 1308 2nd Street
    Holdrege, NE 68949
    (308) 955-8133
Kearney Center
  • 3519 2nd Ave
    Kearney, NE 68848
    (308) 338-4000
Lexington Center
  • 1501 Plum Creek Pkwy
    Lexington, NE 68850
    (308) 324-8480

Find Out More

  • CCC Catalog: Information about admission, program requirements, and to see course descriptions.

  • Student Outcomes Report: Information about employers who hire graduates of the programs.

  • Career Services: Information about career and employment services at Central Community College.

  • College Costs: Current tuition rates and fees.

    • The cost to complete a specific program can be found online on the programs webpage. Not included are the cost of foundations courses, courses, or taking courses in addition to those required for the degree. It does not include the cost of books, supplies, tools, computers, or other items that are required for some programs.

    • It typically takes four semesters of full-time study to complete an associate degree. This does not include the foundations courses that may be required based on COMPASS, ACCUPLACER, ASSET, or ACT scores, retaking courses, or taking courses that are not required by your of study.

    • Specific details for the length of time to complete each program can be found on the program webpages.

Questions & Answers

  1. How much hands-on practice is included?
    • A majority of the Information Technology & Systems program is hands-on.
    • Students will produce a variety of deliverables that can be included in a portfolio to take on future interviews.
  2. How do instructors teach these courses? What’s a typical day in class like?
    • Courses are offered as lectures, virtual, or completely online.
    • Courses that are completely online have no set meeting time and may include videos, online activities, or textbook reading.
  3. How much of your program (not including general education courses) can be completed online?
    • Our certicate, diploma and degree can be completed fully online.
  4. How long will it take to complete an award: certificate, diploma or program ?
    • An Associate of Applied Science degree can typically be completed in two years for full-time students.
    • A diploma can typically be completed in one-year for full-time students.
    • A certificate consists of 12 or 15 credits and can be completed in one semester depending on course availability.
  5. If there is waitlist, what can students do in the meantime?
    • If the student is on a waitlist for a course, then we typically enroll them in another required course and the advisor monitors the wait listed students.
    • When an opening occurs the advisor enrolls the student accordingly all while keeping the student informed of the process.
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