It’s not too late to enroll in fall 2020 classes | BCTC

It’s not too late to enroll in fall 2020 classes

Students walking together down the hallwayLEXINGTON, KY – Open Enrollment for fall 2020 classes at Bluegrass Community & Technical College (BCTC) will take place Aug. 3-6 and 10-13 at the Danville, Lawrenceburg, Georgetown and Winchester campuses, and in the Classroom Building at the Newtown Campus, 500 Newtown Pike, Lexington. Hours at all locations are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily.

Admissions, advising, financial aid and the bursar will be available to assist prospective or current students with enrollment for fall. For those who would prefer not to make a trip to campus, all BCTC services are available remotely. Interested persons may contact the offices providing these services at the email addresses below or call (855)246-2477.

Our world certainly has changed, but students of all ages and all interests are beginning their Better Life at BCTC. Here’s what they’re saying:

“Returning to college was not easy, but the hands-on instruction and discipline learned in the military made all of the difference. After graduation, I'm looking forward earning a bachelor’s degree in business management and having a long career at Toyota.” - Tim 

“I was a good student with many choices, but I liked the small classes at BCTC. With interest in law, legal services and the legislative branch of government, my experience at BCTC will give me connections and life lessons that will help move my education and career forward.” - Nathan

“When I graduated, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do. BCTC saved me time and money as I explored career paths close to home. Now that I’ve found welding, I’m sure I made the right decision. Companies contact BCTC daily look for welders, so I’ll have a job as soon as I graduate!” - Blake 

“BCTC offered the courses I needed to become a competitive transfer prospect, and now I’m going Columbia University, an Ivy League school in New York City, with no student debt.” - Caleb

BCTC offers over 40 programs that prepare students for high-wage, high-demand jobs, such as manufacturing, information technology, business, logistics and health care. It is also the best value in education. Students can complete the first two years of college at half the cost of a four-year institution, then transfer the credits toward a bachelor’s degree. 

Numerous scholarships, like the Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship which offers opportunities for FREE college classes for qualified applicants, and financial aid are available at BCTC to help keep college costs down and make a Better Life possible.

Classes are offered online and in person at BCTC’s seven campuses in Lexington, Danville, Georgetown, Lawrenceburg and Winchester. 

Fall classes begin Aug. 17. Learn more about the #HealthyAtBCTC plan for fall.