Many times it's not just that a student doesn't know about being able to do this, they just can't leave home to do so, said Kathy Larson, chairperson for the department of business, agriculture and family and consumer sciences at HCC.
"A lot of students are geographically bounded.They have a family or a job that they can't leave," she
said.Being able to earn a bachelor's degree through two years online at a community college and two more years at K-State benefits them, Larson said.
"We were just pleased to make this agreement with K-State
for the benefit of our students," she