Metro College is a partnership between UPS and the
University of Louisville and Jefferson community Technical College. Metro students work the night shift at Ups
and receive a salary, full tuition, a stipend for books and regular
bonuses. To apply or for more
information, click on "Metropolitan College" above!.
Students at Jefferson can take classes at the University of
Louisville, Bellarmine, Spalding, Indiana University Southeast, Southern
Baptist and Louisville Presbyterian Seminary through Metroversity and pay the
Jefferson tuition rate. Eligible
students must have earned at least 12 college credit hours, be in good standing, and enrolled full time. To enroll in a class at one of
the other colleges you must fill out a form available in the Advising Office or
the HELP Desk. See UofL Metroversity Guidelines for more details about taking a class at UofL.
CREW Career Center
Whether you are trying to decide on the right career path, understand
how majors relate to career opportunities, pursue employment,
or gain practical work experience through an internship or co-op....CREW can help you! Crew can help you with career exploration, career planning, and career placement.
Kentucky Virtual University allows students to take online
courses at many of our state universities and KCTCS. You can find the schedule of classes and
registration information at www.kyvu.org - click on “Programs and Courses” and then go
to “Advanced Search”. Tuition depends on
the college or university that is offering the class.
LearnAnytime allows students to take online courses and work at their own pace. The courses can be started at anytime during the year but must be completed within 150 days of enrollment. Many General Education courses are available. This is for the student who is self motivated and manages time well. The list of available classes and registration information is available by clicking on "LearnAnytime" above!.
KCAC is located on the 7th floor of the JEC Building
on the JCTC Downtown campus and helps students with FAFSA, financial aid and loan default issues. KCAC will also assist in scholarship searches,
ACT/SAT preparation, tutoring and other college related assistance. Call 584-0475 for
an appointment or go to their website by clicking on "Kentucky College Access Center" above!
KnowHow2GOky is a multiyear, multimedia effort designed to encourage more Kentuckians to plan, enroll and succeed in college. KnowHow2GOky supports Kentucky’s efforts to Double the Numbers of college graduates in Kentucky by 2020. This multi-year effort will include television, radio and outdoor public service advertisements (PSAs), and grassroots components. This site primarily targets middle and high school students, and their parents, with motivational content to encourage them to get ready for college.
Family Scholar House recognizes the challenges that single-parent students face in trying to provide housing, childcare, and basic necessities for their children without adequate income or the education necessary to obtain career-track employment.