Allen County College is a public community college with two campuses in Kansas, a main campus in Iola and another campus in Burlingame. Allen offers both online and in-person courses for incoming students. Allen is also approved through the Kansas Board of Regents to offer degrees and certificates. Allen County College, formerly known as Allen County Community College was established in 1923. The original name of the college was the Iola Junior College and it was a part of district 10 under the jurisdiction of the Board of Education of Iola Public Schools. Since the population of Iola was growing and there was only one main high school for residents to attend, there was a need for expansion. The college was originally designed to be an expansion, added onto the third floor of Iola High School. The addition was a success and that first year, there was an enrollment of 93 students. This new addition, Iola Junior College, remained a part of the high school for a total of 42 years. In June 1965, the local Board of Education successfully petitioned the State Superintendent of the Public Instruction to create a countywide community college. The petition was approved and thus, Allen County Community Junior College has now separated and its own entity. More information...

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