Christian Colleges in Kansas

Details about Kansas Christian Colleges

Central Christian College of Kansas
Located in McPherson, Central Christian College of Kansas has eight major areas of study, including Business, Education, and Sport & Health Science. Central has programs for traditional undergraduate, transfer, and international students.

Manhattan Christian College
This Manhattan, Kansas school offers a unique learning program for students by partnering with nearby Kansas State University and Manhattan Area Technical College. Students can major in programs ranging from a dual B.A. or B.S. degree in Bible Studies to Cross-Cultural Ministry. Manhattan Christian College also offers Adult Degree Completion programs and Distance Learning.

Kansas City College and Bible School
Located in Overland Park, Kansas City College and Bible school offers two-year and four-year degree programs for students at every stage of their college career. Majors range from Biblical Study to Missions, and aim to give every student the tools they need to succeed after graduation.

Tabor College
One of the more “full service” Christian colleges in Kansas, Tabor College offers undergraduate, graduate, and adult education programs. Tabor also boasts a unique degree program in Urban Ministry, allowing students to gain the education and experience to minister to areas usually lacking access to the Word. Also unique to Tabor College is their Master’s in Nursing program.

Kansas Online Christian Colleges, Financial Aid, and Scholarships

Several of the Christian colleges in Kansas offer online degree programs, and many offer individual online courses if no full degree program is available. Information about online options is on each school’s website, or students can call the school’s admissions office to inquire. Financial aid is available to students who qualify, as well as need-based and/or academic scholarships. Students should check with their prospective schools for more information on applying for aid and scholarships.

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