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CCCK Ranked Among 25 Online Bachelor’s Colleges Under $10K

McPherson, Kansas – Central Christian College of Kansas has been ranked among the 25 online bachelor’s colleges with a net price under $10K by Affordable Schools. The ranking was published on the organization’s website in April and Central Christian College of Kansas was ranked 22nd.

This ranking was created using the National Center for Education Statistics’ College Navigator database. The top 25 online colleges under $10K were selected and ranked based on net price, defined as the average cost per undergraduate student, factoring fees, room and board, books, and any financial awards.

CCCK has seven 100 percent online bachelor’s degree options. Online courses are six weeks in length and 100 percent online (and asynchronous), with multiple start dates available. Alternatives: online Associate of Arts (AA, six tracks); online AA in Criminal Justice. Classes are taught in a manner conducive to learning for adults, creating an atmosphere of shared family, career, and age interests for adult learners. Read more about the school at programs.

Affordable Schools is a premier website where students can explore and find the best, high quality affordable schools. Affordable Schools makes it easy to search for colleges by state, degree type, or specific degree program. The site also provides profiles of rewarding careers along with the matching affordable online degree. Check out school rankings, financial aid, resources, and features. Read the full article at

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About Central Christian College of Kansas

Central Christian College of Kansas is a four-year collegiate institution that strives to offer Christ-centered education for the whole person – heart, mind, body, and soul. Its history dates back to 1884, and it is located in the friendly town of McPherson, Kansas. Cent areas of study, as well as online courses

for non-traditional students.

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