Columbus Tech Signs Agreement with Fort Hays

August 30, 2012:     Columbus Technical College students who’ve completed an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree – especially in technical areas like welding, HVAC, automotive, and the like – may now transfer their entire program into the Bachelor of Technical Leadership at Fort Hays University in Kansas. These Columbus Tech graduates will then be able to finish that degree completely online with Ft. Hays.

Columbus Technical College and Ft. Hays State University sign a transfer agreement for AAS graduates. Back row (l to r): Joseph Chretien/FHSU Asst. Professor of Technology Studies, Dr. Robert Scott/FHSU Dean of Education and Technology, Dr. Kim Stewart/FHSU Chair of Technology Studies, Dr. Ian Bond/CTC Dir. of Int’l Education & Outreach, Tara Askew/CTC VP of Student Affairs. Seated are Dr. Linn Storey/CTC VP of Academic Affairs and Dr. Lawrence Gould/FHSU Provost.

 Columbus Technical College Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Linn Storey, says “this agreement is also important in the relationships and agreements our school is developing in China. It will give those students a direct path to a four-year degree.”