2 + 2’s in Kansas
- What is a 2+2?
- A partnership between a community college and Kansas State University to provide place-bound students the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree
- Who are 2+2s for?
- Students who cannot relocate to Manhattan or Salina campuses, have completed zero or some college credits, or are place-bound transfer students throughout Kansas
- Advisors who guide students as they transition to K-State
- What does a 2+2 include?
- A detailed, outlined degree plan listing classes that lead to completion of both the associate degree and bachelor’s degree, using credits that transfer from the community college
- Requirements for application into the bachelor’s degree completion program, including GPA and credit hours
Kansas State University has joined with community colleges to offer 2+2s that put students on track to attain their educational goals, even when geographic restrictions exist. Students can complete an associate degree through their local community or technical college and then complete an entirely distance-based bachelor’s degree through K-State.
K-State has partnered with community and technical colleges throughout Kansas to offer working professionals the opportunity to earn an associate degree locally and then a bachelor’s degree through distance education. Listen to students and community college and K-State officials share information about these partnerships.
Check out the following options:
- Allen Community College
- Barton Community College
- Barton Community College at Ft. Riley
- Butler Community College
- Cloud County Community College
- Coffeyville Community College
- Colby Community College
- Cowley County Community College
- Dodge City Community College
- Fort Scott Community College
- Garden City Community College
- Highland Community College
- Hutchinson Community College
- Independence Community College
- Johnson County Community College
- Kansas City Kansas Community College
- Labette Community College
- Manhattan Area Technical College
- Neosho County Community College
- North Central Technical College
- Northwest Kansas Technical College
- Pratt Community College
- Salina Area Technical College
- Seward County Community College
If you are a community or technical college and you would like to form a 2+2 partnership with K-State, please contact us.
The following Bachelor’s Degree Completion programs are available at all 19 Kansas community colleges utilizing 2+2 curriculum guides that outline the classes a student can take from a community college and from K-State to meet degree requirements.
- General Business
- Interdisciplinary Social Science
- Technology Management