** The FSCC Campus will be closed November 26th-28th for Thanksgiving Holiday. Campus will reopen on December 1st. Happy Thanksgiving!

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.

Are you ready to join us? Get Started!

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.

Page Last Updated On 3/14/2012