Services for Students 2012-2013 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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Kentucky Community and Technical College System
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services for students student and academic services kctcs colleges are structured to provide support that students need to achieve a rewarding and successful academic experience classes and laboratories are housed in modern structures on campuses designed to accommodate growth and development of college programs many classes are offered at off-campus facilities all kctcs colleges have bookstore services where students and faculty may obtain textbooks as well as a variety of reading and instructional materials other services facilities and opportunities are described below counseling kctcs colleges provide counseling and guidance services to students qualified counselors are available at most kctcs colleges and are prepared to provide individual or group career and academic counseling and testing and to assist students in setting educational and career goals placement assistance with employment opportunities and job placement is available at each kctcs college see the placement

work and learn student rights and responsibilities each college within kctcs has a varied and distinguished tradition of higher education each college’s students faculty and staff form an academic community that while sharing certain characteristics with other types of associations organizations and societies is rightly considered unique as a community and should be governed respected and supported as a college community the system has an obligation to maintain an atmosphere of academic freedom to set and maintain standards of scholarship and conduct for students at each college and to provide awareness for responsible student citizenship in the academic community ready to work services have been expanded to include adult basic education students who are working toward their geds and high school graduates who are brushing up on some basic skills before entering college work and learn services are now available to adult basic education students to help make their transition to

organized professional development component that is interfaced with student organizations kctcs colleges have numerous professional e.g kentucky association of nursing – kans as well as career and technical student organizations e.g skills usa health occupations student organization hosa professional business leaders – pbl contact the college’s student affairs office for details and a complete list of student organizations following are some of the nationally recognized honor organizations and student councils available to kctcs students national vocational technical honor society the nvths recognizes students who have shown qualities of leadership scholarship skill responsibility and service each student must have the recommendation of his or her major instructor and meet the minimum criteria benefits of membership include the student’s name will be included in the national register of vocational technical students of america as well as being able to

nancial aid and to authorized representatives of the comptroller general of the u.s the secretary of the u s department of education or an administrative head of an education agency in connection with an audit or evaluation of federally supported programs and as provided by section 164.283 of the kentucky revised statutes however information may be released by the institution to appropriate persons in connection with an emergency if the knowledge of such information is necessary to protect the health or safety of a student or other persons records may be disclosed without consent to officials of another school in which a student seeks or intends to enroll in general the records maintained by the college are available only to the student to college personnel with legitimate educational interests a person or company with whom the college has contracted as its agent to provide a service to other institutions where the student is seeking fi students may inspect and review all records