About Ottawa University

Ottawa University is proud to partner with Fort Scott Community College to provide learning and experiences that prepare you for a life of significance.


Ottawa University is a non-profit, private university offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

We have campuses in Arizona, Indiana, Kansas and Wisconsin and residential campuses in Kansas and Arizona. For added flexibility, we offer a broad range of fully online programs and courses.

 

A not-for-profit, Christian university, Ottawa University is committed to your continued success. We are committed to supporting our students through graduation and beyond with one-on-one attention and advising.

 

Your Own Personal Success Coach

At Ottawa University you work with a Personal Success Coach to help identify your strengths, chart your course through your degree program and guide the successful transition of learning to life goals...to a life of significance.

For more information about Ottawa University, contact Kim Jones at 913-266-8618 or inquire online today!


Credit Transfer Guidelines

Up to 80 FSCC credit hours transfer to Ottawa University.

 

All 100 level and above courses taken toward a Fort Scott degree, for which students earn a grade of "C" or better, are considered for transfer toward your bachelor's degree. Some limitations apply to activity and skill building courses.

 

All other credits in all Fort Scott associate degree programs and certificate programs are considered for transfer as electives to Ottawa University.

 

Students who complete an associate degree from Fort Scott will typically have fulfilled Ottawa University breadth area (general education) course requirements.

 

Credit from other institutions, CLEP/AP/DSST exams, health care registries, and military credit may also be considered for transfer.