We help with the legwork,
so you can focus on doing the work

KC Degrees helps adults earn a college degree or high quality certificate by providing personalized, consistent and reliable college and career success services.

Two programs. One region.
One result: growing your career.

KC Degrees connects adults across the metro to credentials and careers. Our Navigators are here to help you figure out what steps to take to finish your certificate or degree. Our services are free, all you need to do is make an appointment or fill out the intake form.


WYCO WORKS is a new program that connects Wyandotte County residents to education and career opportunities, including free training, career counseling and job application assistance. Get started with WYCO WORKS today by completing the intake form.

Announcing WYCO WORKS: Getting the DOTTE back to work

KC Degrees is excited to announce a new program called WYCO WORKS. This program focuses on adults in…

Updates in response to COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of our staff, students, colleagues and community…

If every person who didn’t finish college went back and earned a credential or degree, it would create a win-win for families, employers and our region! Earning a certificate, associate degree, bachelor’s degree, or graduate degree can be life-changing for you and your family.

By going back to school and finishing what you started, you are building pathways to new career options and positioning yourself for new challenges and opportunities.

Why go back?

You’ll never know what you can accomplish until you try. Here are a few of the many reasons to complete your degree or certificate program or specialized training program.

Be more qualified

Many jobs require special skills, knowledge and practical training that only a certificate program or college degree can provide.

Earn more money

Over a lifetime, college graduates earn more than a million dollars more than high school graduates.

Achieve more

Parents, family and friends want us to do better. Finish college and show them you have what it takes to succeed. If not for them, do it for yourself.