The Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) requires institutions to publish data yearly on eight annual measures. The data demonstrates the quality of the provider’s programs and graduates to potential students, employers and media. KSDE examines the provider’s PreK-12 student learning impact, teacher effectiveness, employer satisfaction and completer satisfaction.
Sterling College's commencement ceremony will be held Saturday, May 16. Additional information will be posted in the spring of 2020.
Whether in painting, graphic design, illustration or photography, our students repeatedly demonstrate a commitment to excellence in the arts. They are serious about investing in their craft and focused on producing quality portfolios in anticipation for their future careers. Our department holds high standards for our students as you can see below.
Many of these students came into the program with little or no experience in art. Through hard work and dedication they have excelled!
Message from the Director of Financial Aid to New Students
Dear students and parents,
Congratulations on taking the next step in completing your educational goals! Finding the right college that fits the student’s needs is very exciting. However, we know that the financial aid process can be daunting and we want you to know that we are here to help.
General Tuition and Fee/Payment Policies
100% of full-time, campus students receive a Sterling College Scholarship through one of three different routes: Athletics, Arts and Academics.
Sterling College Athletic Scholarships are determined by Coaches based on the student’s athletic background, talent and potential as well as the student’s academic record.
Athletic scholarships are available in:
The objective of the Criminal Justice major is to prepare students to enter the law enforcement profession directly upon graduation, or to continue their education in law school or graduate school. The curriculum provides students the opportunity to be exposed to a wide array of criminal justice topics in the classroom, as well to gain experience in the field of criminal justice through internship opportunities.