Senate Bill #155 Learning Opportunities for Career Technical Education
Senate Bill 155 classes now qualify for tuition coverage based on these factors:
- The class must be categorized as a "tiered" class by the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR).
- The class must be tied into a career or technical program at the specified two-year college or technical institution.
- The class must have had enrollment in the prior year (Summer 2014/Fall 2014/Spring 2015).
When enrolling students in Senate Bill 155 classes, please observe the list details. Per KBOR, each two-year college and technical institution now operates with an individual list of Senate Bill 155-approved classes. The following list has been determined by KBOR as the Senate Bill 155 offerings for Barton Community College.
The below list is effective for Summer Semester 2016:
Update: A few major changes have happened to Barton's list of Senate Bill 155 classes, per KBOR's decisions, are that Anatomy & Physiology, Computer Concepts & Applications, Basic Nutrition, and some Criminal Justice classes are no longer covered by the Senate Bill. Other changes have also occurred, so check the list to make sure your desired class is still included.
Fall Semester 2015 tuition and fees for all non-Senate Bill 155-funded classes are:
$93 per credit hour for Barton County Residents taking face-to-face classes
$100 per credit hour for Kansas Residents taking face-to-face classes
$146 per credit hour for all students in BARTonline classes
$147 per credit hour for all students in EduKan classes