A new program lets service members earn college credit through Salina Area Technical College while training at the National Guard’s Regional Training Site-Maintenance.
Service members in Kansas now have a new opportunity to earn college credits.
Salina Area Technical College (SATC) and the Kansas National Guard have partnered on the new Synchronous Training and Academic Credit Program. The program provides opportunities for soldiers to earn college credit toward an associate of applied science degree in technical studies while attending training at the National Guard’s Regional Training Site-Maintenance. The Adjutant General MG Lee Tafanelli and SATC President Greg Nichols signed the official document at a ceremony Sept. 15.
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