The Kansas Board of Regents launched its Military Articulation Portal Aug. 27. The portal provides a central resource for military members and veterans to explore the course credit available to them at public post-secondary institutions in Kansas. Many Kansas colleges and universities offer college credit for military experience.
“The Kansas Board of Regents is leading the way in identifying academic credit for military service and education, ensuring that soldiers obtain credit for accomplished military experience, education, and training is one of Army University’s strategic goals,” said Col. Ken Hawley, director of Strategic Plans and Policy at Army University.
“Veterans and service members possess a wealth of experience and skills that they have learned in the military,” said Board President and Chief Executive Officer Blake Flanders. “Kansas has been a leader in offering college credit for that experience, helping veterans get a head start on post-secondary programs. I’m excited that we are launching this portal to make it simple to identify available college credit and programs.”