Make it work for YOU!
Have you always wanted to get your degree? Do you find yourself saying you “can’t” make it work for your budget or your schedule? Butler can help you! Going to college is never easy. But, with a smooth transition into college itself coupled with faculty and staff who take the time to care and asist when needed, you can be successful!
Save money by being part of a studentbody that saves $8 million a year on tuition compared to attending a four-year public university. Over the years, Butler has remained a great value.
Want a Bachelors degree? Butler tuition is 80% less than that of a 4-year university. Start your college education here, then transfer. In doing so, you save money.
Some employers offer “Tuition Reimbursement.” It never hurts to ask if your company offers this.
Of course you can apply for scholarships! Yes, anyone can! Butler gives away $600k in scholarships annually.
More about Butler's Tuition and Fees.
Butler has eight locations to better serve their students: El Dorado, Andover, McConnell AFB, The Boston Rec Center-Wichita, Rose Hill, Marion, Council Grove and online.
Because we are anywhere you need us, you spend less time driving to school after work, in turn saving you time and money.
The majority of our campuses have night classes, making it easy to work around your 8-5 job.
Butler's average class size is 14 students. With a smaller class size you can get the attention you deserve to build your college foundation.
The wide variety of online classes makes it easy to work around your schedule - - Taking tomorrow into your own hands.
There are 150 courses offered online. Twenty degrees can be completed fully online. Check out our online degrees!
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There is no question if you are getting a quality education with us. Butler prides itself in having top notch instructors. Professors at Butler are required to have master's degrees to teach a general education class.Learn from the best, be the best.
Our courses transfer readily to many four year colleges and universities in Kansas. Students who wish to obtain their bachelor degree should consider this option.
Learn more on our Transfer Information page.