College students looking to complete their course work in a shorter time may take
advantage of special 12-week and 8-week scheduling at Elizabethtown Community and
Technical College. These options can also be helpful for students who did not have
their admissions packets completed in time for the start of classes on August 15.
Students who are currently enrolled part-time also have the opportunity to add classes
to their schedules this semester.
Registration is under way for both the 12-week session, which begins Sept. 12, as
well as the eight-week bi-term classes, which will start on October 10.
These special sessions provide a wonderful opportunity for students to complete classes
in a much shorter time and still earn full credit, said Suzanne Darland, Advising
Center Director. These classes will be taught by members of the ECTC faculty and our
tuition remains among the lowest in the state. And financial aid may be available
to eligible students.
A variety of classes are available at the main campus, Fort Knox Campus, and online,
including classes like: accounting, anthropology, art, auto technology, business,
biology, chemistry, communications, computer-aided design, computer information technology,
computerized manufacturing and machining, criminal justice, culinary arts, engineering
amp; electronics technology, English, geography, history, interdisciplinary early
childhood education, industrial safety, math, music, plumbing, political science,
psychology, reading, real estate and sociology.
To talk to a counselor, or to get the application process started, visit the admissions
office at ECTCs Elizabethtown campus, or call 270-769-2371. Students also can enroll
at ECTC by visiting the Fort Knox Campus, Leitchfield Campus and Springfield Campus.