** Enrollment is now open! Call advising to get started! 620-223-2700 ext. 3620

FSCC Events for Future Students

Admissions

Fort Scott Community College welcomes students from Kansas, Missouri and all over the world. Our diverse community of students shares a desire for education as a path to bettering their lives and the lives of their family. Fort Scott students enjoy a wide variety of career options, a full campus calendar and low tuition costs.

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Programs of Study

Fort Scott Campus:

Business and Behavioral Sciences Harley - Davidson
Agriculture HVAC
Construction Trades John Deere
Cosmetology Math and Science
Environmental Technology Nursing and Allied Health
Fine Arts and Humanities Truck Driving

Frontenac Locations:

John Deere Tech Program Harley Davidson Technician Training

Miami County Location:

Commercial Truck Driving Program

Pittsburg Locations:

Administration Assistant Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
Bank Teller Industrial Management
Business Computer Certificate Masonry
Constrution Trades Manisurist
Cosmetology Medical Office Assistant
Harley - Davidson Technician Qualified Admissions Program
John Deere Ag Technician

Campus Visit

Would you like to visit the Fort Scott Community College campus? We would be happy to schedule a visit for you. Contact Tom Gorman at 620-223-2700 ext. 3520 or tomg@fortscott.edu.

Cosmetology/Manicuring

If you would like more information about our cosmetology and/or manicuring classes, please call 800-874-3722, ext. 3510, and request a packet. Our next cosmetology class starts July 7, 2014. Our next manicuring class starts September 2, 2014.

Enrollment

Please call to schedule a time to take the COMPASS (Nelson/Denny and WRAT math for cosmetology and manicuring students) placement test prior to enrollment. Students who have taken the ACT and have scored a 21 on English and/or math sections, or have taken English 101 and/or college algebra for college credit and have received a grade of ā€œCā€ or above, are exempt from the COMPASS test.

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