8-week classes start March 18
Current college students as well as new students looking to complete their course work in a shorter time may take advantage of 8-week classes at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. These options can provide more time for students to file for financial aid and prepare for the beginning of classes. Students who are currently enrolled also have the opportunity to add classes to their schedules this semester. By taking 15 credit hours per semester, students can be eligible for the 15-to-Finish Scholarship.
The Work Ready Scholarship is available for many students who are working on credentials in one of five high-demand career fields, including healthcare, advanced manufacturing, IT, transportation, and business. This scholarship is available to students who have no previous college degree, and there are no age or income limits.
Registration is under way for 8-week session, which begins March 18. General education classes that apply toward a transfer Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree will be available, in addition to a selection of technical classes.
Students also have the option of registering for online Learn on Demand (LOD) classes, which start every Monday for 10 weeks.
A variety of classes on campus and online are available at the Elizabethtown campus, Fort Knox Center, Leitchfield and Springfield Campuses, and the new Meade County College and Career Center, including courses in: auto technology, art, business administration, biology, computer-aided design, chemistry, computer information technology, communications, criminal justice, culinary arts, engineering and electronics technology, English, fire/rescue science, history, industrial safety, music, political science, psychology, reading, sociology, women’s studies and more.
To talk to an admissions advisor, or to get the application process started, call 270-769-2371. New students can visit the campus for Express Mondays from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. Students also can enroll at ECTC by visiting the Fort Knox Center, Leitchfield Campus, Meade County College and Career Center, and Springfield Campus.