Spring Enrollment Open for High School, College Students and Adult Learners

Get a head start on your Spring 2017 classes by enrolling with EDUKAN today. Whether you’re a high school student looking for dual enrollment classes, college students who need to fill their requirements or adults who need a flexible option. 

EDUKAN offers fully accredited, online courses at $150 per credit hour in state or out of state. We also offer embedded learning materials and ebooks with select classes which can save you hundreds of dollars a semester. We also include online proctoring fees in our tuition which saves the average student from $200-$400 a semester.

We offer over 200 classes year round including Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, General ED, Accounting, Chemistry, Renewable Energy, Agriculture, Animal Science, Anthropology, Nutrition, Art History and other required and elective courses online. View our catalog of over 200 courses by clicking here by session, dates and credits.

EDUKAN offers flexible college course scheduling for Spring and we accept students outside of the state of Kansas for the same per credit hour as we do for in-state students.

We are currently enrolling students for Spring 2017 online. Click here to enroll today or contact us for more information by completing the form below.

EDUKAN offers the courses you need for your first two years toward a bachelor’s or higher degree through our AS, AA, AGS and AAS degrees or fully-online certificate programs. Students can complete some or all of the degree requirements through EDUKAN. Find out more by clicking here.

Explore our other Undergraduate Degree or Online Certification Programs

EDUKAN is a partnership of six community colleges that have come together to offer you more class options and degree programs. You can go to class online and on campus with us at Barton Community College, in Great Bend; Colby Community College, in Colby; Dodge City Community College, in Dodge City; Garden City Community College, in Garden City; Pratt Community College, in Pratt; and Seward County Community College, in Liberal.

You can also request more information from us by filling out this brief form: