Academic and Student Services
stage two: Beginning June 1
Limited campus activities will return based on each College’s plan—all participants must follow the Healthy at Work requirements. Campus activities does not mean face-to-face classes; note that all BCTC Summer 1 classes will be offered exclusively online (Summer 1 classes are those summer classes beginning before July 1).
Students may schedule appointments for support services, one student per one employee with social distancing in place. If students arrive without an appointment, they will be directed to sign-in and wait in their car until a staff member is available to see them. Doors will remain locked, with directions to one entrance only, and visitors will be admitted one at a time.
stage Three: Beginning July 1
Additional campus activities will be available. Some face-to-face technical classes may take place in Summer 2 class sessions beginning after July 1. Skills U (Adult Education) may resume on-campus classes. Workforce Solutions classes for business and industry may take place on campuses. Students may continue to schedule appointments for student services.
Fall classes will begin on August 17, 2020 barring any required pandemic response from the Governor’s Office or the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. Fall term classes will be off eed in a variety of formats. There will be fully online classes as well as face-to-face classes and some options that are a mixture of both. Face-to-face classes will have an online or remote instruction part, so if in-person classes must move online for a while, students will be ready. Colleges will offer a variety of scheduling options, including 16-week, 12-week, and 8-week sessions.
College Workforce Solutions teams will be working to meet business needs and provide training for unemployed individuals. Colleges will continue to off er apprenticeships and other work-based learning opportunities.