Post-Secondary Planning Resources
Kansas Qualified Admission Requirements this link will take you to the Kansas QA webpage where you can learn more and download a flyer to share with your students
Kansas Admission Guide this document will list every higher education institution in Kansas with links to admission, financial aid & show priority scholarship deadlines when appropriate.
System-wide Transfer Courses- this link will take you to the system wide transfer course page where you can see all of the courses that are approved to transfer between our public higher education institutions. (Some courses are unable to transfer when the receiving institution does not offer the course)
Degree Stats- This interactive online tool reviews cost and earnings data from real graduates for each undergraduate degree program offered at a public university or college in Kansas. This is a neat tool to use with underclassmen to teach about the difference between certificate, 2 year & 4 year programs or to do a college finance lesson. Here is a sample Degree Stats classroom lesson that you can use with your students or adapt to your needs
2022 KBOR Webinar Series
Wed. Sept 28 10:00am- KBOR Counselor Resources & Student Scholarships (Register Here)
The Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) has several tools to help high school professionals assist their students with post-secondary planning. Come learn about the programs, resources and scholarships available for you and your students!
Presenters: Tara Lebar, KBOR Associate Director, Academic Affairs & Leah Nicholson, KBOR Director of Student Financial Assistance
KBOR Counselor Resources & Student Scholarships Webinar Recording (Coming Soon)
October- Qualified Admission Update & High School College Visits
Scheduled for Mid-October- registration coming soon!
This webinar will feature a panel of Kansas university admission representatives who will update you on this year's qualified admission requirements. The admission reps will also share best practices for student access when colleges visit your high school, including introducing tools you can use to make scheduling those visits even easier!