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Spring 2024 Student Course Availability
The following is a schedule of dates students will have access to their spring courses. Please look on your “Future Tab” or “Progress” tab on your Dashboard.
This schedule does not pertain to Graduate Workshops. If you have questions about workshop starting dates please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 316-295-5514.
|Course Start Dates
|Courses Available to Student
|16 week & Term I 8 Week Courses
|Week of January 16th
|Friday, January 12th
|Term II 8 Week Courses
|Week of March 18th
|Friday, March 15th
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Student Concerns Regarding Kansas SARA Institutions - Out-of-state students enrolled in programs offered by a Kansas -based SARA member institution, and who reside in a different state that is also a party to the SARA Agreement, may make a complaint regarding that program and institution by using the KBOR form.
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