Student Orientation -- Record HighMore than 500 new students, parents, spouses, and friends attended new student orientations at West Kentucky Community and Technical College in July. We are so pleased that so many new students and their supporters came in advance to learn about the resources available at the college, said Dr. Belinda Dalton-Russell, WKCTC Vice President of Student Affairs.
Attendees at the two new students orientations got a head start on learning about the services and offerings at the college. WKCTC faculty and staff presented workshops about the variety of day, evening, and online class offerings, tutoring services, and how to sign up for email. Students were able to purchase textbooks, pay tuition, and obtain parking tags and student identification cards.
Were here to make sure the students have access to the information they need to feel comfortable and be successful at WKCTC, Dalton-Russell said. Students can still register for the fall semester. Fall classes begin August 16. For more information contact the WKCTC advising center.