West Kentucky Community and Technical College is committed to providing students with the valuable resources needed for a successful college experience.
Veterans attending WKCTC are strongly encouraged to contact the Veterans Affairs Office in person or by
phone with any questions they may have pertaining to their education or V.A. Educational Benefits.
The Accessibility Services Office at West Kentucky Community and Technical College is committed to providing
students with disabilities with a positive environment focusing on student ability rather than disability.
WKCTC is partnered with Four Rivers Behavioral Health to provide counseling services to our students.
As an online student at WKCTC, you have valuable resources available to you. The WKCTC Online Learning Library Guide highlights important online sources, provides tutorials on using our databases, and connects you with librarians who can assist you with your research and courses.
Access any of our 83 databases through our Find Resources web page. Use the A-Z database listing and view descriptions at the bottom of the page. All off-campus users will be prompted to log in with their KCTCS user name and password.
Ready to Work and Learn serves low income student/parents in the Purchase Area. We can help with:
- Paid work experience on and off campus
- Counseling, advising, and mentoring
- Referrals to community resources
- Job references and referrals
- Job readiness, life skills
- Academic success seminars
The Admissions Office can assist you with any concerns regarding your application to WKCTC.
Tutoring services are available to all WKCTC students. Visit the WKCTC Tutoring Services webpage for options available to you and to set up an appointment to meet with a tutor.
Students may also visit Atomic Learning for over 250 tutorials on various subjects.
When you are in need of assistance preparing your resume and looking for a job, Career Services is available to you.