The Kansas Association of Community College Trustees (KACCT) held their quarterly meeting on Highland's Main Campus September 14 and 15. The organization is comprised of community college trustees, presidents and stakeholders from around the state.
While on campus, leaders discussed... read more »
Constitution Day commemorates the historical formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. On Highland’s campus, it was celebrated by several departments with events, prizes and tests of knowledge.
Library Director Cindy Davis and staff gathered student... read more »
The Highland volleyball team put together a 5-0 week last week by going 4-0 at the KCKCC Tournament and picking up a road KJCCC win over Labette to move their win streak to nine matches and their record to 19-2.
With last week's performance, the Scotties have jump four spots to #5 in the NJCAA ... read more »
Yost Gallery, located on the main campus of Highland Community College in Highland, KS, will show My Diary of a Mad World by Derrick Burbul starting September 21 and ending October 25, 2018.
Creating an experimental relationship between words and imagery, Derrick Burbul’... read more »
Highland Community College locations will have new contact phone numbers as of Friday, September 14, 2018. Each location will have new main line numbers and some faculty and staff numbers will be different.
Highland encourages students, community members and constituents to consult the... read more »
Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training will be held on Tuesday, September 18, from 8 AM to 4:30 PM at the Highland Community College Western Center, located at 313 Nemaha, Baileyville, KS. Similar to First Aid and CPR training, Youth MHFA training helps the public better identify, understand ... read more »
Highland Community College has hired Rebecca Johnson to serve as their Director of Marketing. A native of Southeast Nebraska, Johnson brings nearly 15 years of experience in higher education marketing. She’ll be working to promote Highland and its regional centers.
After starting ... read more »
The 2018 Football season started on a high note for the Scotties, Saturday, August 25 with the dedication of Porter Family Stadium prior to the 29-28 win over Fort Scott Community College of Fort Scott, Kansas.
Guests, Alumni, and supporters were hosted by the Highland Community College... read more »
The future continues to look bright at Highland Community College as the College continues to move forward, providing opportunities for growth and development. The latest growth at Highland comes with the embarking on a pair of major transformational projects for athletics with a new turf football f... read more »
Dr. Craig Mosher has 30 years of lasting memories at the College. He began in 1987 when he was hired as the Director of Development. In 1989, he then became the Director of Institutional Advancement, and later, Vice President of Institutional Advancement. His responsibilities have included the... read more »