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Emporia State University Emporia State University
Located in the heart of the famous Bluestem Region of the Flint Hills (consisting of the northeastern quarter of Kansas), Emporia is considered an outstanding location for a university because of its proximity and easy access to the three major metropolitan areas of Kansas -- Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City. The Emporia State University campus has grown from its original twenty acres to over 200. …
Fort Hays State University Fort Hays State University
Fort Hays State University is a liberal arts, state-assisted institution in western Kansas with an enrollment of more than 9,000 students. It has four colleges — Arts and Sciences, Education and Technology, Business and Leadership, and Health and Life Sciences — and a Graduate School. It also has a Virtual College that delivers courses electronically throughout Kansas and beyond. Students at FHSU …
Fort Scott Community College Fort Scott Community College
At FSCC, we work hard to serve our community and ensure that our students are offered the best learning experience possible. Fort Scott Community College takes pride in attending to students’ needs and creating an atmosphere that is friendly and welcoming. We take the term community college very seriously; we believe in involving the college in the community and the community in the college. …
Friends University Friends University
Friends University exists to provide a high-quality undergraduate and graduate education that incorporates liberal arts instruction and professional studies within the context of the Christian faith.
Garden City Community College Garden City Community College
Garden City Community College is officially accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, the GCCC Nursing Program is accredited by the Kansas State Board of Nursing and the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). Certain GCCC programs have also obtained other specific individual accreditation. GCCC has been accepted for the continuous qualit…
Haskell Indian Nations University Haskell Indian Nations University
Twenty-two American Indian children entered the doors of a new school in Lawrence, Kansas, in 1884 to begin an educational program that focused on agricultural education in grades one through five. Today, Haskell continues to serve the educational needs of American Indian and Alaska Native people from across the United States. For more than 117 years, American Indians and Alaska Natives have been…
Hesston College Hesston College
Hesston College is a little nugget of paradise located just 30 minutes north of Wichita. As the only two-year college owned by Mennonite Church USA, we offer an environment and learning experience that’s hard to match. With nearly 500 students, you’ll find opportunities for life, learning, and leadership that are distinct even among small colleges. With a two-year general studies curriculum,…
Highland Community College Highland Community College
Highland Community College, the first college in Kansas, promotes lifelong learning by efficiently providing educational opportunities for our students, our employees, and our Northeast Kansas con- stituents. Highland Community College exists to serve the community which includes Doniphan County and other areas which the Kansas Board of Regents has assigned as the Collegeís ìservice area.î …
Hutchinson Community College Hutchinson Community College
Hutchinson Community College/Area Vocational School will be the premier, two-year educational institution in Kansas, delivering accessible opportunities for learning, growth and improved quality of life. Top-notch academic and vocational programs are the trademark of HCC. The College offers more than 64 areas of study, leading to Associate’s in Arts, Applied Science and Science degrees, in addit…
Independence Community College Independence Community College
Thousands of students have attended ICC since it was founded in 1925 as grades 13 and 14 of the Independence public school system. Until 1970 the students attended classes in the senior high school buildings. In 1967 the college was legally separated from the Independence public school district. A bond issue was passed in 1968 to build a new college campus on the site formerly occupied by the Ind…

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