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Enrollment Checklist

Whether you’re a high school student, a returning student or just looking to take a class on the side, following these steps will make your admissions experience easy!

 

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Enrollment Steps

To get started you'll need:

  • Your Social Security number.

  • An email address that we can use to contact you.

  • Name and address of the high school you have attended.

  • Name and address of any colleges you have attended.

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You can order your high school transcript at parchment.com or your GED transcripts at request.ged.ky.gov. Don’t forget to send transcripts for all previously attended non-KCTCS colleges, for example, any dual credit classes you may have taken in high school.

Submit your test scores or take placement testing. You can submit your ACT scores, AP scores, or schedule placements testing.

  • You can request ACT scores online. ACT scores are valid for five years, and benchmark scores are as follows: English 14, Math 15, and Reading 15. (If your ACT scores do not meet these benchmarks, please schedule placement testing with the Career & Academic Planning Center using the link below.) 

  • AP scores may be used for placement instead of ACT scores. To request your scores, please go to apscore.collegeboard.org/scores.

You can schedule placement testing in Bowling Green online. You can also schedule a test at Franklin-Simpson Center by contacting Donna Hayden or at Glasgow campuses by contacting Erika Wood or Mark Powell.

Meet with an advisor. Once you’ve completed steps 1-3, you will receive your acceptance email with steps for meeting with your advisor and registering for classes.
Apply for financial aid. Scholarships, grants and loans make a great education even more affordable. Get more details on how to pay for college.
You'll register for classes when you meet with your advisor. Don't worry, they'll help you through the entire process.
While most of our students receive some kind of financial aid, any amount not covered by aid will be your responsibility. Please talk to your advisor about scholarships and student-worker opportunities. You can also get more details on how to pay for college here.

 

 

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If you have questions about admissions, transcripts, courses or financial aid, feel free to connect with a member of our admissions team!

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