Enroll for the Fall 2016 Semester
We are still accepting enrollment in technical programs for Fall 2016. Also, there is time to get enrolled in general education classes, such as: General Psychology, College Biology, Public Speaking, etc. Contact our office today to set up a visit or make an advising appointment!
- Western Center Registration Day - August 10, all bill need paid this day or payment plan needs set up!
- August 15 - First Day of Technical Classes
- August 22 - First Day of Regional Classes (Daytime and evening general education classes)
Western Center 2015-2016 Calendar (2016 - 2017 Calendar Coming Soon!)
Check out the Fall Course Guide Mailer. It has up-to-date information for the Fall 2016 semester.
Highland Community College Western Center in Baileyville, KS is preparing for its third academic year, ready to serve students in and around the Nemaha and Marshall County portions of Northeast Kansas. After receiving a Federal Title III grant to expand educational access to the area's rural communities, the HCC Western Center plans to serve traditional and non-traditional students alike. (More info on the grant is available at: http://highlandcc.edu/pages/title-iii_0.) Students 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 be available August 2016.
We are accepting enrollment for the Fall 2016 semester in our six technical programs - Construction Technology (formerly called Building Trades), Diesel Technology, Industrial Welding Technology, Medical Office Assistant, Engineering Graphics and Technologies, and Precision Agriculture. We will continue to offer Allied Health courses including CNA, CMA, and EMT; and courses in Manufacturing Technology that include OSHA 10 training, Precision Measurement, Blueprint Reading and Technical Math. Also, available is course work in the Human Services field and Early Childhood Education. Times for technical programs are: morning session - 8:00 a.m. to 11:07 a.m. and afternoon session - 12:00 p.m. and 3:07 p.m. Additionally, individual technical classes will be listed in the evening.
We have a variety of day time and evening general education classes in the traditional face-to-face format, as "hybrid" classes with a portion of the coursework completed online, and via the Interactive Distance Learning classroom. Access this link to see the courses for Fall 2016.
Western Center Technical Coursework for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017:
- Diesel Technology I
- Industrial Welding Technology
- Medical Office Assistant
- Construction Technology (formerly Building Trades)
- Engineering Graphics and Technologies
- Precision Agriculture
Technical programs are 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or the Western Center at email@example.com.
Highland Community College now has a payment plan option. Visit the Payment Plans page for additional details.
Allied Health Items
CNA courses available Fall 2016:
CNA course work is Senate Bill 155 eligible. High school juniors and seniors can participate at no cost!
Hybrid (online course work) with clinical location in Seneca - 10/4/16 to 11/15/16 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Face-to-Face class at the Western Center with clinical location in Seneca - TBD
CMA course is:
Face-to-Face class at the Western Center with clinical location in Seneca - 8/15/16 to 10/5/16 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
CMA Update is:
Face-to-Face class at the Western Center - 10/18/16 and 10/29/16, Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
EMT Training for Spring 2017:
Begins in January 2017 - more information coming soon!
CPR, AED, and First Aid training will be offered at the Western Center.
Basic Life Support CPR Training - date TBD, Inquire by calling 785-336-2326.
Please contact the Western Center or Allied Health Coordinator, (913) 367-6204 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any additional information regarding the area Allied Health programs.
Senate Bill 155
Kansas' 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.
More information regarding HCC coursework options for high school junior and seniors can be found at: https://highlandcc.edu/pages/high-school
Adult Education Available at the WC
We offer Adult Basic Education and GED Test Preparation. We will be offering GED test prep instruction and the opportunity to combine GED instruction with one of our technical programs. Please contact our office for more details on this.
Schedule for course work this fall will be determined soon. Please contact us for specifics on days/times.
Contact the Western Center office to more information regarding Adult Basic Education and GED Test Preparation!
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Our Western Center employees
|Cara Baker, Western Center Director||Jolie McDaniel, Student Services||Glenda Schultejans, Office Assistant||Robert Engelken, Custodian|
|Derrik Russell, Diesel Technology Instructor||Jerry Coleman, Medical Office Assistant Instructor||David Schwarz, Industrial Welding Instructor||
Building Trades Instructor
313 Nemaha, Baileyville, KS 66404
Phone 785.336.2326 ~ Fax 785.336.0256