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The 16 KCTCS colleges awarded 39,458 credentials, which included degrees, diplomas and certificates.  The system saw a nearly 5 percent year-over-year increase in Associate in Applied Science degrees, designed to prepare graduates to directly enter the workforce; along with a rise in Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees, for students who want to transfer and earn a bachelor’s degree. 

In addition, for the first time in its more than 20-year history, KCTCS awarded credentials to more than 20,000 graduates.

“Even with lower enrollment, remote learning, job loss, illness and pandemic-induced stress, our students persevered and finished their programs,” said KCTCS President Paul Czarapata.  “I’m so impressed with their fortitude, and I want to thank our faculty and staff who worked under adverse conditions to make sure our students succeeded.”

This fall, KCTCS colleges are offering classes in-person, remotely/online, and a mix of the two during the fall semester.  Face-to-face classes will have a strong online or remote instruction part, so if in-person classes must move online for a while the transition will be easier for students. Most colleges offer a variety of scheduling options, including 16-week, 12-week and 8-week sessions.

For more information on applying to any of the 16 colleges, visit kctcs.edu.

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