Thank you for your hard work, and all that you do for our students. We couldn’t do it without you! We've compiled a list of important faculty and staff resources to help save you time as you plan coursework, counsel students and share your talents with the community.
Need to get a hold of a faculty or staff member? Search our online faculty and staff directory.
BCTC Connect is our internal communication site for faculty/staff content and other employee resources such as Advisor Quick View, Human Resources, Payroll, Faculty and Staff Council, and other resources.
From Email to Office 365, from Blackboard to PeopleSoft, your path to the right information is super easy thanks to Single Sign-on in MyPath.
Need to submit a budget request, position approval request, or update your AIM profile? ITES (Information Technology Enterprise System) feature many essential employee tools (Faculty/Staff only).
Creating a safe and comfortable learning and work environment for all students, staff, faculty and visitors is of utmost concern at BCTC.
Interested in another position within KCTCS? Explore job openings across all our colleges at anytime!
Keep up-to-date with local events, important dates, and PD opportunities for employees, students, and the community.
The 'how to' and resources you need when advising students. Located on BCTC Connect (Faculty/Staff only).
The current, new and prospective staff member's guide to useful information about the college and its policies, the use of various services, and staff duties and responsibilities.
We don't just help you find what you're looking for, we can also help you decide what you want to use. See what the library has to offer!
Looking for the Academic Calendar? Can't find the Course Catalog? Look no further! We have you covered.
Having problems using Blackboard? Use BB help.
Submit an IT Assistance Request Online or call 64600 for technical support.
Submit a request on our Communications Assistance Request System (CARS) for your marketing, social media, web, and print needs.
Closing and delay messages will be communicated to local television and radio stations for broadcast. It is always best to double check one of the college's official sources.