Highland Community College



Western Center

Preparing for Fall 2014 . . .

Highland Community College has opened a center in Baileyville, KS to serve students in and around the Nemaha and Marshall County portions of Northeast Kansas. Traditional and non-traditional students alike may choose to live at home while pursuing a college degree. Even high school juniors and seniors can take advantage of our technical programs during the school day. Numerous Allied Health and general education courses leading to certificates and degrees are being offered. Opportunities in Precision Ag, Engineering Graphics, and Manufacturing Technology will follow. 

August 13th Registration Day is quickly approaching!

Visit the HCC Western Center in Baileyville on Wednesday, August 13th, between 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. to enroll for fall classes. Students will be able to select and enroll in classes, pick up books, pay tution and fees, and see the new facility! Use the link below to access a complete listing of courses available for the Fall 2014 semester.

View Fall 2014 Courses

Kansas' new Career and Technical Education Act (SB 155) allows Highland Community College to enroll high school Juniors and Seniors in Technical Education programs and selected courses without charging tuition. That's right HCC is able to provide FREE TUITION for technical programs and some classes. Beyond that, HCC has chosen to waive fees and book rental for high school juniors and seniors enrolled in the technical programs offered at the Technical Center, the Highland campus, or any regional site.

BS 104 Human Anatomy

BUS 105 Accounting II

BS 110 Nutrition

BUS130 Micro App. I

BS 109 Medical Terminology

BUS181 Micro App: Word

BUS102 Personal Finance

BUS183 Micro App: Spreadsheet

BUS103 Accounting I


Western Center Technical Coursework for Fall 2014:

Fall technical programs will begin classes on August 18, 2014. The technical coursework will be offered Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:07 a.m. and/or 12:00 p.m. to 3:07 p.m. Technical coursework is tuition free for high school juniors and seniors under SB155 (see explanation below).

Do you have a suggestion or request for a course to be available at the HCC Western Center? Contact Cara Baker, Director of the Western Center at cbaker@highlandcc.edu or the Western Center at western@highlandcc.edu.

Senate Bill 155

More information regarding HCC coursework  options for high school junior and seniors can be found at: https://highlandcc.edu/pages/high-school

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313 Nemaha, Baileyville, KS 66404
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