Classes begin at West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) Jan. 13. To better assist students with registration for spring classes, the college's student services offices will stay open later January 6-10.
Those who need to register for spring 2020 classes can visit the advising center, located in the Anderson Technical Building, Room 106. The center will be open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. all week.
"We will extend our hours so we can be available for students to come in and register for classes when it may be more convenient for them," said Emily Peck, vice president of student affairs. "We are here to help them with each step of the registration process."
Advisors will also be available for assistance with creating an academic plan that can help students reach their academic goals.
Financial aid and scholarships are available for those who qualify.
Scholarship opportunities include the Kentucky Work Ready Scholarship, a program that covers tuition for students who meet the requirements in five high wage high demand careers -- healthcare, advanced manufacturing, construction/trades, IT/business and logistics.
Students can earn certificates in these fields in four months or less.
WKCTC offers more than 200 different credential options in many career and academic programs. The college provides students with a variety of ways to begin classes including day, evening and online courses.
For more information visit westkentucky.kctcs.edu.