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Transferring Dual Credits?

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Many parents and students have questions and concerns about transferring Dual Credit courses from a KCTCS school to another Kentucky college or university.  Here are a few resources that will help answer questions and hopefully put your mind at ease as you prepare for the future.

How JCTC Classes Transfer

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KCTCS Transfer Policies and Agreements 

Another easy way to find out if the school/degree program will accept your credits is to contact the University/College Transfer Department.  Searching for a Transfer Credit Equivalency website will help as well.  As an example, go to Google and search for University of Louisville Transfer Credit Equivalency ” . Use this strategy and replace it with the college/university you plan on attending.

Carroll County Training Consortium Scholarship

The CCTC Renewable Technology Scholarship is designed to provide students with the opportunity to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) in one of three programs related to industry needs in Carroll County and surrounding areas. These programs include Engineering & Electronics Technology (Electronics, Industrial, Computer Maintenance Specialization, Mechanical or Robotics and Automation Specialization), Applied Process Technology (Chemical /Refinery Operator or Power Plant Operator option) or Computer Information Technology. This scholarship is made possible through generous donations by local businesses and industries.

This is a full-tuition scholarship that is automatically renewed each semester (subject to the terms outlined in the scholarship rules).

Download and complete the CCTC Renewable Technology Scholarship Application

JCTC UofL ULtra Program

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The University of Louisville Transfer Services (ULtra) wants to extend an invitation to students who wish to attend UofL but who may need to start at the Jefferson Community and Technical College (JCTC).

For students who do not quite meet the minimum criteria for admission to UofL for Fall 2015, beginning the collegiate career at JCTC and working with ULtra may be an excellent choice.  Over the next few months, ULtra will offer several Parent/Student Information Sessions designed to answer questions about the services and processes for participating in our program.

Students may register here for any of the following sessions

2015 Parent/Student Information Sessions, all from 6 – 7 p.m. :

  • Tuesday, February 17
  • Tuesday, March 24
  • Tuesday, April 14
  • Tuesday, May 19

All sessions are held on the JCTC Downtown campus at the JEC Building on the 9th floor.

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Jefferson Education Center
200 W. Broadway, Ste 900
Louisville, KY 40202

If you have have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me, Kim, at kim.sherman@louisville.edu or 502.213.4538.

JCTC Scholarships

JCTC logoJefferson Community and Technical College offers numerous scholarships to both new students and currently enrolled students at the College.

To apply, complete the scholarship application and return it to the Jefferson Financial Aid Office on any JCTC Campus.  Please print and complete an application form for each individual scholarship.  All applications must be returned with any requested supporting documentation, such as transcripts, tax information or essays by the application deadline.  Applications are accepted each Spring semester for the following Fall / Spring semesters.  The Deadline each year is March 1.

Check out the Scholarship brochure to find out more about each of the Scholarships being offered.  Financial Need Considered!

For a list of scholarships visit http://www.jefferson.kctcs.edu/Costs_and_Financial_Aid/Scholarships/Offered.aspx

Girls Day Out! Advanced Manufacturing Field Trip

The 2015 Girls Day Out – Advanced Manufacturing field trip will be April 3rd. There are 10 openings per grade level for Trimble County High School Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors to attend. Come explore advanced manufacturing careers in robotics, welding, production, and assembly. Meet industry leaders from our region that are working in these fields and learn what it takes to be successful in an advanced manufacturing career. Contact me through email or social media to sign up today! Deadline to sign up is March 9, 2015.

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Carroll County Consortium Scholarship

The 2015 Carroll County Training Consortium Scholarship application is now available.

The CCTC Renewable Technology Scholarship is designed to provide students with the opportunity to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) in one of three programs related to industry needs in Carroll County and surrounding areas.  These programs include Engineering & Electronics Technology (Electronics, Industrial, Computer Maintenance Specialization, Mechanical or Robotics and Automation Specialization), Applied Process Technology (Chemical /Refinery Operator or Power Plant Operator option) or Computer Information Technology.  This scholarship is made possible through generous donations by local businesses and industries.

For more details, you can download a copy of the application or pick one up from the Trimble County College and Career Center at TCHS Room 108.