OPENING SUMMER 2014
Highland Community College is opening 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 will be offered beginning in Summer 2014. Opportunities in Precision Ag, Engineering Graphics, and Manufacturing Technology will follow.
Senate Bill 155 (see explanation below) courses offered this summer in the Western area are:
- BUS 101 Introduction to Business-$168
- BUS 130 Micro Applications I-$173
- BUS 130 Micro Applications I-Marysville-$173
- BS 104 Human Anatomy-4 hrs-$254
- NUR 201 Certified Nurse Aid-6 hours-Seneca-Hybrid-FREE
Western Center Technical Programs for Fall 2014:
- Diesel Technology I
- Industrial Welding Technology
- Medical Office Assistant
- Building Trades (*offered at Marysville High School)
The technical programs will be offered Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:07 a.m. and/or 11:47 a.m. to 2:54 p.m. Technical programs are 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or the Western Center at email@example.com.
Senate Bill 155
More information regarding HCC courses and/or program options for high school junior and seniors can be found at: https://highlandcc.edu/pages/high-school
313 Nemaha, Baileyville, KS 66404