Resources for Students
All students enrolled at West Kentucky Communityand Technical Collegeshould obtain
a student identification card. Students may come to the Business Office locatedin
Room 127of the Anderson Technical Building (ATB) on Mondays and Tuesdaysfrom 11:00
am--3:00 pm to obtain an ID. Students must be currently enrolled and have a picture
ID before a WKCTC student ID card can be obtained.
To ensure the safety and security of all of our students, all currently enrolled WKCTC students are required to have a valid student ID cardOR other form of picture identification in their possession at all times while on campus. Campus Security and College Administrative personnel have direct authority to request a student to produce a student ID.Student ID's are the property of WKCTC. Students must turn in their student ID if they withdraw from classes. Lending an ID to anyone or failure to show a student ID to any College representative upon request is a violation of College regulations.
Student ID Card Policy
Original Student ID Card:
Free upon the completion of registration of classes
Replacement Student ID Card:
$10.00 replacement fee payable atBusiness Office (ATB Room 127)
Free Student ID Card Replacement
- Name or number on student ID is incorrect
- Issue date is over 2 years from current date
- ID is stolen and student supplies a police report
Questions regarding the Student ID process may be directed to:
Jenni Herndon, Business Affairs Assistant III
It is college policy to remain open and conduct classes according to the regular class schedule except under extreme weather conditions. In the event of extreme weather, classes may be delayed or canceled.
Enrolled students are given a printing account of 400 free black/white type print pages at the beginning of each semester. Students may print in color at the Grisham Lab in the Emerging Technology Center, Room 245 at a charge of 20 cents per page. Each color page is deducted from the students account at the rate of four black and white pages.
We Are Here for You
The West Kentucky Communityand Technical College Bookstore is located on campus in the Anderson Technical Building. We are proud to be your bookstore and are yoursource forused books.We contribute a percentage of every sale (not just profit) back to your campus which helps to lower education costs.
Feel free to stop in during our normal hoursand see what's new.
Monday -Friday -- 8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wecarrytextbooks as well as a large assortment of supplies and backpacks. Need to show your pride with some WKCTC gear? We've got you covered. Admit it: You would look great in a hoodie.
TWO QUICK TIPS
Always bring in your schedule whenit's time to purchase books. Instructors for internet class sections will use different texts; we want you to get the right book the first time.
Purchasing with financial aid? You must have a valid photo ID.
WKCTC Career Services is pleased to offer WKCTC students assistance in major and career exploration, job and internship searches, resume and cover letter education, and interviewing skills. Career Services is open from 8:00am-4:30pm Monday through Friday and is located in the Anderson Technical Building Room 113.
The Accessibility Services Office at West Kentucky Communityand Technical Collegeis committed to providing students with disabilities with a positive environment focusing on student ability rather than disability. The Accessibility Services Office strivesto foster success in all academic environments at WKCTC and to support equal access as well as promoting campus-wide diversity.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is committed to fostering a welcome, safe and inclusive campus environment for all students, staff and faculty. WKCTC strives to promote respect for and appreciation of differences in race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, religion, ability, gender, gender identity and expression, age, and national origin. WKCTC provides resources and support to increase educational opportunities, programs, and services with efforts to address the diverse campus population to promote student success.
Four Rivers Behavioral Health is a private, not-for-profit agency providing comprehensive, integrated mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability services to promote the health and quality of life for consumers in Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, Marshall, and McCracken counties. Any individual in need is eligible to receive services without regard to race, religion, disability, national origin, or gender.
Ready To Work offers work opportunities both on and off campus through a work-study program. Participants gain work experience while earning extra income that will not reduce their K-TAP benefits. The placement of work-study students in their fields of study with both private and non-profit employers helps prepare them for the workplace and often leads to full-time employment.