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
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
- 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.