Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC) is one of 16 colleges in the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). We serve the residents of Hardin and 9 other surrounding counties. We provide accessible and affordable education and training through:
ECTC literally sits at the crossroads of prosperity and opportunity. Being at the prime location of the intersection of the north-south corridor of Interstate 65 and the east-west Bluegrass and Western Kentucky Parkways, makes us easily accessible and enhances the region's appeal to business and industry. ECTC attracts businesses and industries looking for an educated and skilled workforce, and educational opportunities for on-going employee training.
To enhance accessibility for all students, we have several campus locations. Our Fort Knox Center is open to the general public in addition to Fort Knox Soldiers and their families. We have the Springfield campus and the Leitchfield campus, as well as a new Meade County Center in Brandenburg.
You may choose to complete an associate degree and enter the workforce armed with the skills and knowledge you need to begin or to enhance your career. The associate in applied science degree programs have opened doors for students in areas as diversified as health care fields, automotive, electrical and maintenance technology, human services, criminal justice, early childhood education and more.
Strong transfer programs prepare you to successfully complete baccalaureate degrees, with articulation agreements that help provide a smooth transition to four-year institutions throughout Kentucky and other states.
Working in partnership with Western Kentucky University, we offer seamless educational opportunities through bachelor's and master's degree programs in Elizabethtown and Radcliff.
Our increasing number of online courses makes getting a postsecondary education even more convenient, especially for busy, working adults.