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WKCTC Offering Free Evening Information Events

West Kentucky Community and Technical College is offering free evening information events in June for anyone who needs help making the next step to a college degree.

Whether someone is beginning college for the first time from high school, coming back after many years, or has been displaced by the closing ofMid-Continent University, WKCTC Information Nights can help them make the transition to a college education easier, said Nate Slaton, WKCTC interim dean of enrollment management.

WKCTC representatives will be visiting various locations in the community to answer questions and provide assistance with the admission and enrollment process, financial aid, scholarship opportunities, available programs and services and more.

The last WKCTC Information Night will be held June 19 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Fulton Independent High School, located at 700 Stephen Beale Drive in Fulton.

Students who register for classes and need to apply for financial aid need to bring proper documentation including ACT scores, transcripts and tax information.

Individuals who are unable to attend the evening events can stop by the WKCTC campus to register for classes. Beginning June 2, the walk-in hours for WKCTCs START Center, Financial Aid, and admissions/records, advising and business offices will be Monday, 8 a.m. 6 p.m. and Tuesdays-Friday, 8 a.m. 4:00 p.m.

For more information about WKCTC Information Nights, contact Trent Johnson, WKCTC START Center Coordinator, at (270) 534- 3302,

For more information about enrolling at WKCTC, call (855) GO-WKCTC.