Wichita Area Technical College president Tony Kinkel shakes hands with Shocker Pathway students Roxanna Gularte and Hasanul Khokon after a press conference announcing the launch of Shocker Pathway. The program is a partnership between WATC and Wichita State University that creates a joint associate of arts degree. Students will benefit because the program lowers the cost of getting a degree and removes the hassle of transferring from one school to another, said Tony Kinkel, WATC president. (April 20, 2015)
Wichita Area Technical College president Tony Kinkel shakes hands with Shocker Pathway students Roxanna Gularte and Hasanul Khokon after a press conference announcing the launch of Shocker Pathway. The program is a partnership between WATC and Wichita State University that creates a joint associate of arts degree. Students will benefit because the program lowers the cost of getting a degree and removes the hassle of transferring from one school to another, said Tony Kinkel, WATC president. (April 20, 2015) Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
Wichita Area Technical College president Tony Kinkel shakes hands with Shocker Pathway students Roxanna Gularte and Hasanul Khokon after a press conference announcing the launch of Shocker Pathway. The program is a partnership between WATC and Wichita State University that creates a joint associate of arts degree. Students will benefit because the program lowers the cost of getting a degree and removes the hassle of transferring from one school to another, said Tony Kinkel, WATC president. (April 20, 2015) Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle

Wichita Area Technical College, Wichita State launch joint associate degree program

April 20, 2015 12:07 PM