Institutional Closing

alert icon BCTC campuses and offices will be closed starting on December 16, 2017. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 with normal operating hours. Have a wonderful holiday and a great new year!

Scholarships

Each year, BCTC offers scholarships to students who qualify:
  • Presidential Scholarship for outstanding students
  • The Kentucky Colonel s Better Life Scholarship for single parents with one or more children under the age of 12.
  • The Mosaic Scholarships for students involved with Enlace, the BCTC Latino Student Association or the Kentucky Dream Coalition.

If you do not qualify or do not receive a scholarship or financial aid, don t panic. BCTC offers payment plans that help break up the cost of college into 2, 3 or 4 payments depending on the date of class registration. For more info about payment plans, call the Latino Outreach Office at 859.246.6436

Scholarship Websites

Hispanic Scholarship Fund
www.hispanicfund.org
Scholarship site for Hispanic Students including students who have deferred action (DACA).

Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund:
www.maldef.org

Scholarships A-Z
www.scholarshipsaz.org
Organization based in Arizona. Website contains information about scholarships that don t require citizenship.

Migrant Network Coalition
www.mnclex.org
Local organization that offers scholarships to students who do not qualify for FAFSA.

Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers Foundation
www.scholarships.com/
Scholarships for students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and/or math. Scholarships do not require citizenship.

100 Dreamers
El Sue o Centenario (100 Dreamers) Kentucky Latino Scholarship Fund s purpose is to assist Kentucky Latinos in overcoming the barriers that hinder postsecondary participation and increase the number of Latino students in higher education. (Undocumented and DACA)