2+2 Plans Let Students Complete Bachelor’s OnlineJanuary 20, 2017 | :
by Jordan Friedman
For Nathan Legleiter, a Kansas resident who works as a compliance analyst at a bank, community college was just the first step of a post-secondary education.
Legleiter went straight into the workforce after high school. He didn’t decide until years later to pursue his associate degree primarily online at Barton Community College in Great Bend, Kansas. During his first semester, Legleiter learned about a “2+2” option, or online bachelor’s completion program, that would enable him to seamlessly transfer credits to the Kansas State University Global Campus, the school’s online arm for adult learners.