Principals of Excellence

Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) participates in the principles of excellence program

 

The Principles of Excellence program requires schools that get federal funding through programs such as the GI Bill to follow certain guidelines. Learn about these guidelines and how Fort Scott Community College meets those guidelines.

 

Fort Scott Community College will:

  • Give you a written personal summary of the total cost of your educational program, including:
    • The costs covered by your benefits.
    • The financial aid you may qualify for.
    • Your expected student-loan debt after you graduate.
    • Other information to help you compare aid packages offered by different schools.
  • Give you an educational plan with a timeline showing how and when you can fulfill everything required for you to graduate.
  • Contacts for ongoing academic and financial advice (including access to disability counseling).
    • Academic advising / disability counseling
Ashley Keylon                                                          
Director of Advising                                                 
ashleyk@fortscott.edu                                            
620-223-2700 ext. 3550
  •  Financial Aid     
Lillie Grubb
Director of Financial Aid
620-223-2700 ext. 3507                                       
  • Allow for you to be gone for both long and short periods of time due to service obligations (service you must fulfill) for active-duty service members and Reservists.
  • Make sure all new programs are accredited (officially approved) before enrolling students.
  • Make sure their refund policies follow Title IV rules, which guide federal student financial aid programs.
  • End fraudulent (deceitful) and aggressive methods of recruiting.
  • FSCC refrains from high-pressure recruitment tactics for the purpose of securing enrollments of Service Members.  FSCC is available for consultant by all service members but we refrain from making multiple unsolicited contacts of three or more.  Including contacts by phone, email or in-person, or engaging in same-day recruitment and registration for the purpose of securing Service member enrollment.