State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements

Online Courses are an important part the educational mission of Kansas City Kansas Community College (KCKCC).  Kansas City Kansas Community College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association and the Kansas Board of Regents. However, not all of our online students are residents of Kansas and we must comply with the rules and regulations of their home states higher education governing bodies in order to offer courses in those states.  To facilitate this process, KCKCC has joined, through the Kansas Board of Regents, the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA). This agreement allows KCKCC authorization to provide classes in any member state. This also means that while we can offer our online education opportunities to most students, some states do not qualify and residents in non SARA member states will not be allowed participate in our online programs and  course offerings.  See the map below to see if your state is eligible or click the following link http://nc-sara.org/sara-states-institutions.

Programs

The following are a list of Online Degrees offered at KCKCC by distance delivery

Programs Offered 100 percent via distance delivery

  1. Accounting
  2. Administrative Office Professional
  3. Associate of General Studies
  4. Associate of Science
  5. Business Administration
  6. Computer Software Tech/Technician
  7. Computer Systems
  8. Networking
  9. Marketing/Mid Management

Programs offered 50-99 percent via distance delivery

  1. Associate in Arts
  2. Addiction Counselor
  3. Computer Engineering Technology
  4. Corrections
  5. Drafting Computer-Aided Design
  6. Early Childhood Education
  7. Fire Science-Fire Fighter
  8. Hazardous Materials
  9. Paralegal
  10. Police Science

Complaint/Grievance Process

KCKCC takes all efforts to fully support online students.  The College provides multiple means by which students may have complaints and grievances addressed.  Online students should first try to resolve any complaints pertaining to any aspect of teaching and learning as well as support services provided by the college using the link below.  

Complain Process

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