If you have graduated from high school or earned a GED, you may apply for admission to Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC). You are required to apply online for admission prior to the beginning of the term of enrollment. Please be aware of priority deadlines related to admission and financial aid. In order to complete the admission process, you must submit an admission application and all required documents listed below to the SKYCTC Admissions Office. Mailed documents may be sent to the following address:
What additional information will I need to submit?
First-Time Freshmen (Any student entering any college for the first time)
Transfer Students (Students who have previously enrolled in a post-secondary institution)
Visiting Students (Students planning to attend the college for one semester only and then return to the home institution.)
The COMPASS placement exam may be scheduled by calling:
If you have previously attended SKYCTC and are returning after an absence of two or more 16-week semesters, you must complete a readmission application and meet all current admission requirements. Assessment scores may expire and placement requirements are subject to change. All students will adhere to the Assessment and Placement Policy guidelines for the semester in which they are admitted.
Admission to the college does not guarantee admission into any Nursing or Allied Health program. Admission into Nursing or Allied Health programs (Radiography, Respiratory Care, Surgical Technology, and Diagnostic Medical Sonography) is based on selective admission criteria specific to each program. Students who are interested in the admission criteria for these programs should contact the program coordinators or the college Admissions Office staff. Some general education requirements must be completed prior to admission into the programs.
If you are a non-resident alien and/or are on a temporary United States visa, you would be considered an international applicant. SKYCTC admits international students with the following visa statuses L-1, L-2, EB-1, and H1B. International Students must complete the online admission application and submit proof of visa. If you have questions about the international application process, please contact the Admissions Office at 270-901-1000.