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 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. Named a top 150 community college in the U.S., Butler saves you on average $8,000 a year compared to attending a Kansas four-year university. Visit www.butlercc.edu for more information.
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.
Highland Community College, the first college in Kansas, provides lifelong learning opportunities and contributes to economic development to enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve. The college also exists to serve each student. It provides educational leadership to help each individual become a well-informed, responsible citizen and a productive member of society.
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.
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.