Highland Community College

Associate of Arts

Students who are undecided about a career path, or who have accumulated college credit hours, will find an associate of arts degree (A.A.) beneficial. The degree is intended to position you for successful employment or more focused study at the baccalaureate level.

Specifically designed to promote higher educational attainment and the establishment of successful careers, the A.A. opens a multitude of pathways for graduates to pursue a baccalaureate degree in virtually any area of study.

Admission Requirements:

In-State Students

  • Open admission for all graduates of a Kansas accredited high school.
  • GED - An average test score of 450*

Out-of-State Students

As an out of state resident, you must meet one (1) of the following requirements:

  • Rank in Class Graduate in the upper 2/3 of your high school class
  • GPA - 2.00 or above on a 4.00 scale
  • ACT - A composite score of 14
  • SAT - A composite score of 930
  • GED - An average test score of 450*

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