Japanese School event.

Visitors and Community

If you're looking for a great college in a great community, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College is a perfect fit! We're a fast growing institution with a central focus on our students and their needs. Though we're located in a relatively small community, we do have plenty of entertainment, restaurant and sightseeing options. And whether you're working towards a 4-year degree, a 2-year degree, a technical career or just want to take some community courses, we can work with you and help you meet your goals.

You will find that our accreditation meets strict guidelines set forth by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), so you can be assured that our college credits can easily be transferred through our Associate of Arts and Science Agreements and our Bachelor and Transfer Agreements to other colleges and universities throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

We have several degree, diploma and certificate options. We are sure that you will find our programs of study offer many educational opportunities to meet your needs.

You will find that our tuition and fees are very affordable. We also offer financial aid to students and have scholarship and work-study programs for those that qualify.

We have flexible class schedules and offer distance learning classes for the convenience of our students. To see when to apply, look at our academic calendar. Also look at our admissions guidelines for more information on how to apply.

To set up an appointment to schedule a campus tour, please contact our Career Counseling and Job Placement Center. If you need more information, please contact us.

Use our maps and directions for directions to ECTC or our other campus locations.

News

November 13, 2014

Students Present Research at Annual State Conference

Honors Biology students present research findings.
November 8, 2014

Barons Basketball Home Games Start November 8

Home Game Saturday, Nov. 8 - GAME TIME CHANGED TO 1 P.M. (originally scheduled for 7 p.m.)