You may change your major between the dates of May 1 - September 15 and December 1 - February 15 in the Records Office.
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Currently enrolled students should contact their assigned advisor to schedule an appointment or make arrangements for advising.
Review your degree/program course requirements in the BCTC Catalog.
Register for your classes on PeopleSoft during your registration period. For your convenience please refer to our Class Registration Instructions for assistance.
Currently enrolled (continuing) students should contact their assigned advisor to make arrangements for advising.
New freshmen call the Advising and Assessment Center at (859) 246-6220 for the Cooper or Leestown campus, (859) 239-7030 for the Danville campus, (502) 839-8488 for the Lawrenceburg campus, or (859) 737-3098 for the Winchester campus to schedule your orientation and advising sessions.”
In accordance with Kentucky State Legislature, degree-seeking students who have not submitted ACT/SAT scores, or who have submitted ACT scores of 17 or lower in English, 19 or lower in Reading and/or 18 or lower in Math, must take a Mandatory Placement Exam. The purpose of this exam is to place students in the developmental/transitional or collegiate-level course appropriate for their skills. Transitional courses are designed to give students the skills they need to succeed in their collegiate-level courses. Students who are not seeking a degree, or who have submitted ACT scores of 18 or higher in English, 20 or higher in Reading and 19 or higher in Math, are exempt from taking Mandatory Placement Exams. However, students planning to take MAT 150 (College Algebra) at Bluegrass Community and Technical College will need to take the math portion of the Mandatory Placement Exam if their Math ACT is below 21.
Bluegrass Community and Technical College provides quality academic advising to all students; however, students are ultimately responsible for knowing the requirements of their particular academic program, selecting courses that meet those requirements, monitoring their progress toward graduation, scheduling and keeping academic advising appointments, and being prepared for advising sessions.
See the Academic Calendar for a complete listing of important dates.
Do an unofficial degree audit.