West Kentucky Community and Technical College is again offering Super Saturday on Oct. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1p.m. at the Anderson Technical Building.

October's Super Saturday is a flexible registration opportunity for classes that begin in mid-October and spring classes that begin in January.

Individuals can register for classes that begin on Monday, Oct. 14. The general education classes offered can be finished in eight-weeks. Available classes include, but are not limited to, Basic Public Speaking, Contemporary Economic Issues, World Civilization and Philosophy through Pop Culture.

Open registration for spring 2020 at WKCTC begins Oct. 1 so prospective students can also register for spring classes during Super Saturday. October 1 is also the kickoff date to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and to apply for WKCTC scholarships for 2020. Scholarship information will be available on WKCTC website Oct. 1 at westkentucky.kctcs.edu/affording-college/paying-for-college/scholarships/index.aspx.

WKCTC representatives will be on hand at Super Saturday to help attendees complete the enrollment process for the including help with advising, financial aid and scheduling.

Additionally, if an individual needs an assessment test, that can be scheduled as well.

"Super Saturday is for anyone who wants to begin or continue their education at WKCTC. It's a chance to complete some general education classes this fall and get a jump start on next spring," said Emily Peck, WKCTC vice president of student affairs. "We are here to help students each step of the way."

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