Minimum recommended is 25mg. A slower speed will result in very slow performance.
All internet service providers have internet speed based on “best effort.”
Computers are available in the library located on the second floor of the Matheson
Learning Resource Center and in the Grisham Computer Lab on the second floor of the
Emerging Technology Center.
Wireless access is available in all buildings, and WKCTC is working to expand wireless
access into surrounding areas such as our parking lots and picnic tables.
You can access email, announcements, and small assignments using your phone, but most
activities and assignments will require a computer. Students also have difficulty
with some materials when using a tablet or Chromebook.
To activate, click on MyPath in the top navigation of our website, then click on Student
Follow the instructions to create your user profile. You will need your nine digit
student ID number – aka EMPLID – that was assigned to you at the time of your online
application. Make sure to: Record your username and email address, and remember your
password and keep it confidential.
To access your email, visit the Current Students webpage, click on MyPath, then click on Email.
The bookstore will be open 8a-6p for the week of January 4th-8th and 8a-4p for the
rest of the semester. Students can come in through the front doors of the Anderson
Technical Building to visit the bookstore. Masks are required and there are markers
on the floor for social distancing.
Students who come in will need to bring a paper copy of their schedule. This can be
printed on their Go KCTCS! Student Self-Service Center. Students can also visit Admissions
to receive a copy of their schedule. To find the proper books for their class, we
will need their department code, class code, and section number from their schedule
(i.e MAT 150 B501)
Those planning to use financial aid will also need to bring a photo ID and their Student
ID number. Students need to ensure they have completed their Bookstore Aid Release
through the Student Self-Service Center.
Students who plan to rent will need bring a credit card to secure the rental and know
their KCTCS email.
Students who have sections of classes that do not begin with B5 will need to order
through the KCTCS Online Bookstore. You can access this store by visiting kctcs.bncollege.com
and selecting “KCTCS Online” as your store and campus. You will need your schedule
to order online.
Students can order their books from the WKCTC Bookstore online for shipping, in-store
pickup, or curbside pickup! Students can visit kctcs.bncollege.com and select “West
Kentucky CTC” as their bookstore at campus.
Student financial aid orders began processing on January 4th due to system and federal
guidelines. The bookstore staff is tirelessly working to ensure your order gets completed
in a timely fashion. Students who ordered online will receive an email when their
order is complete and/or ready for pickup.
Financial Aid charges end January 22nd. Students who are still enrolled in a class
can return a book until January 22nd. If a student drops a course, they can return
the book until February 10th. They will need to bring proof they dropped the course.
Need some help studying? Have late night homework questions? Check out Bartleby Learn
Bartleby Learn is an online subscription service that offers students both Textbook
Solutions (on applicable textbooks) as well as Q&A.
Textbook Solutions: Detailed instructions to help solve problems from your textbook.
Deeper explanations are provided along with definitions, concepts and relevant images
Q&A: Allows student to submit a question for homework and study assistance and receive
an expert solution, most answered within just a few hours. Also includes access to
the entire Q&A library.
Bartleby Write is an online writing tool that helps with essay and paper writing by
providing suggestions on structure, content and style. As students are writing, the
system provides edit suggestions to grammar, spelling and punctuation. Bartleby write
also checks the writing against plagiarism sites and helps with citations.
When in Blackboard, choose eLibrary under Student Resources and select West Kentucky
Community and Technical College under KCTCS Library Websites. If you have books or
videos to return, you can return to any of the library book drops located out front
of MLRC next to Room 5, or the lobbies of the Allied Health Building or Anderson Technical
Building. Additionally, visit the library’s friendly staff on the first floor of MLRC
in Room F for library assistance.
The Tutoring Center will offer in-person tutoring in Fall 2020. They will continue
to follow Healthy at Work guidelines, which include masks for students and tutors
and 6-foot social distancing. The Center will also continue to offer remote tutoring
to students who prefer or need it. Read more about the tutoring center.
A hybrid course is one in which approximately 50% of course material is provided online.
Online course material may include activities, assignments, and/or assessments. Online
activities may include recorded lectures, reading materials, publisher materials,
etc. The remaining 50% of coursework is delivered face-to-face (F2F).