Select Barton Community College career and technical education programs will be available at no cost to eligible students beginning in the fall of 2021, thanks to a new scholarship program designed to increase Kansans’ access to community colleges and technical schools.
Apply for Promise Act Scholarship
To apply for or renew the Kansas Promise Scholarship for the Summer 2022 term, please contact the Barton Financial Aid office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply for the 22-23 academic year (Fall 2022, Spring and Summer 2023), an electronic application will be available from the Kansas Board of Regents by July 1, 2022.
Eligible Barton Programs
The following programs are currently eligible for the Kansas Promise Act Scholarship:
Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT)
Certified Medication Aide
Certified Nurse Aide
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Medical Responder
Emergency Medical Technical
EMS Instructor Coordinator
Hazardous Materials Management
Medical Administrative Technology
Medical Laboratory Technology
Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution Technician
Occupational Safety and Health
View the full list of Barton programs eligible for the Promise Act with course codes and degree specifications.
About the Kansas Promise Act
The $10 million program was passed by the Kansas Legislature and signed by Governor Laura Kelly. When other scholarships and grants are not sufficient to cover a student’s tuition and fees, the Kansas Promise Act will make up the difference.
For more information on the Kansas Promise Scholarship from the Kansas Board of Regents, visit www.kansasregents.org.