Adult Education Advising
Advising for transition.
Many of our students are the first in their family to attend college. Our Transition Coach, Heidi Davison, will be your guide to assist you and answer questions throughout the enrollment process.
Ms. Davison will assist you in completing the FAFSA for Financial Aid as well as help you find resources to eliminate barriers to your success. To fit your needs, two courses are available to introduce you to the college learning experience. The On Course class teaches learner-centered strategies that empower you to become an active, responsible learner while developing your personal skills. Student Connect, a Butler orientation class, introduces students to on campus resources to assist with their college experience.Heidi Davison
Office: BOE 306A
There are many scholarship opportunities available to students, such as the Presidential and Dean's scholarships which are awarded to students whose GED scores qualify. To be eligible for all scholarships given at Butler, fill out a Scholarship Application.
Some scholarships are established specifically with Adult Education students in mind. Contact Ms. Davison for more information.
Soroptimist Club Scholarship
Available to a Butler County female resident. Contact Heidi Davison for criteria and application.
Kansas Comprehensive Grant
The Kansas Comprehensive Grant is available to Kansas residents enrolled full-time at eighteen private colleges and universities located in Kansas, the six public universities, and Washburn University. To be considered, you must complete and submit the FAFSA listing one or more eligible colleges. The FAFSA priority deadline is April 1. The funding level allows about 1 in 3 eligible students to be assisted with award amounts ranging from $200-$3,500 at the private institutions and $100-$1,500 at the public institutions. The grant is based on financial need.