Welcome to Butler
Butler serves more than 13,000 credit students a year through its numerous community-based sites located within a state-designated five-county service area of Butler, Chase, Greenwood, Marion and Morris Counties. Butler also offers attendance centers in Andover, McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Rose Hill, Council Grove, Marion and many high school and community facilities in the area.
Learning College Purposes
As a Learning College, Butler County Community College strives to meet the lifelong learning needs of anyone, anytime, anywhere, while fulfilling its financial, legal and social accountability to local taxpayers, students and the state of Kansas through:
As a dynamic, responsive Learning College, we make decisions based upon whether they improve or expand learning and upon how we will determine that improvement or expansion has taken place. As such, we embrace the following Learning College Principles:
Principle I - Butler creates significant changes in individual learners to benefit their lifetimes.
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Principle V - Butler defines the roles of faculty and staff as learning facilitators to meet the needs of the learners.
Principle VI - Butler succeeds only when improved and expanded learning can be documented for learners.
As a college which values the dignity, worth and potential of each employee, we foster a climate of excellence through personal growth and professional development.
As a college which values an optimal learning and working environment, we support the development of safe, functional and inviting facilities to meet current and future needs. We also support an integrated information system to facilitate student learning, effective decision-making and strategic planning.
As a college committed to the vitality of its internal and external communities, we value linkages and partnerships for the economic and social well-being of those we serve.
As a publicly funded entity we acknowledge and accept our obligation to our constituents to be good stewards of the resources entrusted to us.
As the college approaches the gateway to a new millennium, we use a future-based strategic planning model that allocates limited resources for optimum effectiveness, productivity and efficiency.