Schools

Below are schools that have partnered with Junior Achievement of Kansas for the 2018-2019 Kansas College & Career Guide. Click on their logo or name for more information about that school.

Butler Community College

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Butler Community College is affordable and accessible. With seven locations, plus online degrees, Butler prepares you for internships, jobs and the ability to transfer to a Bachelor’s degree program. Come to Butler and save on average $8,000 a year to attending a Kansas four-year university.

Cowley College

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Cowley is recognized as a premier community college and vocational, technical school accredited by the Higher Learning Commission with enrollment of more than 4,500. Locations include a main campus-Arkansas City, two education centers-Wichita and Mulvane, and online college and outreach centers.

Dodge City Community College

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At Dodge City Community College, we are dedicated to helping you find your passion and purpose. Our focus is on you and your education. We take a personal interest in your success and guide you toward choosing the right field of study.

Emporia State University

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Founded in 1863, Emporia State University has it all: 185 degrees and programs and an incredible student experience in a vibrant university community. But it’s the high-impact, real-world learning experiences and commitment to student success that truly sets ESU apart.

Fort Hays State University

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FHSU is small enough to give you personal attention, but big enough to provide in-demand academic programs, generous scholarships, and the opportunity to dive into your passion in your first year, whether it’s scientific research, entrepreneurship or the arts. And we offer all this while still being the best value in Kansas.

Pittsburg State University

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Located in southeast Kansas, Pittsburg State University is one of the leading academic institutions in the Midwest. Pitt State’s 7,000 students enjoy a traditional college experience in the comfort of a small town and, thanks to its student-friendly tuition plan, ever full-time student can take additional courses at no additional charge.

Pratt Community College

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Pratt Community College is a two-year public, community college and vocational school. We offer general education for students planning to transfer to a four-year college. For our technical students, we provide the skills needed to enter directly into the workforce. Hallmark programs include Electrical Power Technology, Ag Power, Automotive and Nursing.

Rasmussen College

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Rasmussen College is a regionally accredited private college dedicated to changing lives and communities through high-demand and flexible programs. Since 1900, the college has been committed to academic innovation and empowering students to pursue a degree. Rasmussen College offers Certificate through Master’s degree programs online and across its 22 campuses.

Washburn University

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Washburn University exists to help you become your best self. We have a vibrant campus with more than 200 academic programs. At Washburn, we focus on teaching – making sure our students are encouraged, equipped and prepared to be the best version of themselves – in college and beyond. Because it isn’t about us. It’s about you.

WSU Tech

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Students come to WSU Tech from all walks of life. We help improve lives by building skills required for high-wage, high-demand jobs. For those just starting, we provide direction and training needed to land a career. WSU Tech offers a variety of financial aid options.