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|Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference
|Sports fielded||19 (men's: 9; women's: 10)|
|Former names||Kansas Public Junior College Association (1923-1962)
Kansas Jayhawk Junior College Conference (1962-1975)
|Headquarters||Arkansas City, Kansas|
|Commissioner||Bryce Roderick (since 2003)|
The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference is a college athletic conference that is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association. As of 2007, the KJCCC was home to more than 3,000 student-athletes in the 19 men's and women's sports.
|Allen Community College||Iola||1923||Red Devils|
|Coffeyville Community College||Coffeyville||1923||Red Ravens|
|Cowley Community College||Arkansas City||1922||Tigers|
|Fort Scott Community College||Fort Scott||1919||Greyhounds|
|Highland Community College||Highland||1858||Scotties|
|Independence Community College||Independence||1925||Pirates|
|Johnson County Community College||Overland Park||1967||Cavaliers|
|Kansas City Kansas Community College||Kansas City||1923||Blue Devils|
|Labette Community College||Parsons||1923||Cardinals|
|Neosho County Community College||Chanute||1936||Panthers|
|Barton Community College||Great Bend||1969||Cougars|
|Butler Community College||El Dorado||1927||Grizzlies|
|Cloud County Community College||Concordia||1965||Thunderbirds|
|Colby Community College||Colby||1964||Trojans|
|Dodge City Community College||Dodge City||1935||Conquistadors|
|Garden City Community College||Garden City||1919||Broncbusters|
|Hutchinson Community College||Hutchinson||1928||Blue Dragons|
|Pratt Community College||Pratt||1938||Beavers|
|Seward County Community College||Liberal||1969||Saints|
Only eight of the schools have football: Butler, Coffeyville, Dodge City, Fort Scott, Garden City, Hutchinson, Highland and Independence. The conference is not divided into divisions for football.
From 2000 through the 2013 season, the regular-season champion was considered the Jayhawk Conference champion while the playoff champion was considered the Region VI champion. Prior to the 2014 season, the playoffs were eliminated from the schedule so that each Jayhawk Conference team could play a game versus each football-playing school in Iowa. The Jayhawk Conference regular-season champion is now also the Region VI champion.
KJCCC members can choose to compete in either NJCAA Division I or Division II in any sport (Except football, which does not have a Division II). All members compete in Division I in baseball but other sports are split.
The majority of schools are Division II in volleyball and softball. In these sports, the Western Division consists of the Division I schools while the Eastern Division consists of those choosing to play Division II. This results in an unbalanced alignment. This season (2010), KJCCC softball has 14 members playing softball in the Eastern Division and only 5 in the Western Division.
In men's and women's basketball, only Johnson County, Fort Scott, Kansas City Kansas, Labette and Highland currently play Division II. In the 2013-14 season, the four schools which were playing in Division II at the time (Labette did not change divisions until 2014-15), competed in a separate division ("East Division II"). Butler moved from the Western Division to the Eastern Division to help balance out the divisions. For 2014-15, the former division structure was restored with the Division I and II schools recombined in the Eastern Division and Butler going back to the Western Division.
Beginning in 2015-16, the basketball divisions were changed once again. All Division I schools were merged into a single division but did not play a full round-robin schedule. All Division II schools were also put into a single division, the same as in 2013-14.