Academic Resources for Students
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College faculty, staff and administration are committed to your success and growth as a student. We have several resources that might assist you in your journey.
Not yet enrolled in classes?
Adult Basic Education, located in your county of residence, teaches basic skills to start or continue your education.
If you don t have ACT scores, or transfer work that includes Math and English, you ll need to speak to an advisor or visit the Assessment Center to determine your testing requirements.
Check out our New Student Orientation, or you can sign up GE 100 - Introduction to College (1 credit hour) or GE 102 - Foundations of Learning (3 credit hours ) to learn more about taking college classes.
If you already have computer knowledge, such as Microsoft Office 2007, Excel, Access, Word, Power Point and the Internet? You might want to consider the IC3 exam for testing out for computer literacy (required class for many degrees). For information about receiving credit for prior learning, contact the Records Office.
Already enrolled? Here are some useful resources.
- Academic Calendar - lists important dates.
- Advising can help you decide on a career.
- Computer Lab - available for students to do course work.
- Disability Services - offered for students who are eligible.
- Distance Learning - resources for online course information.
- Educational Excellence Center - offers free tutoring.
- On-campus library and Kentucky Virtual Library for research for on-campus and distance learning classes.
- Ready-to-Work program - open for students who receive KTAP Assistance.
- Student Support Services TRIO Program - is a federally funded program for eligible low-income, first-generation and/or disabled students.
- Transferring to a four-year college - information to guide you to a 4-year college.