Services for Students 2013-14 by 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 drug-free policy 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 available to adult basic education students to help make their transition to college a smooth and successful one through kctcs colleges are committed to providing a safe environment for students faculty and staff the kctcs colleges have adopted the following drug-free policy counseling advocacy mentoring referrals to community resources job references referrals job readiness life skills academic success seminar work study opportunities both on and off campus ky adult education services if you didn’t finish high school there are free classes at adult education centers and online to help you earn your ged high school equivalency diploma if you are a high school graduate and need to improve your reading math or

phi theta kappa honor society phi theta kappa is the international honor society of two-year colleges each college has its own chapter of this organization the purpose of phi theta kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students to achieve this purpose phi theta kappa and its chapters provide opportunities for the development of leadership and service an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals lively fellowship for student scholars and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence for more information contact the phi theta kappa advisor on each campus student government the purpose of the student government is to provide a channel of communication whereby students can express themselves and make their views known to fellow students faculty and administration the student government assists in sponsoring and regulating student activities and encourages the active participation of students in these activities it is concerned with

records may also be furnished in compliance with a judicial order or pursuant to a subpoena or with the consent of the student students may inspect and review all records pertaining to them within forty-five 45 days of making requests for the same except for 1 records created or maintained by a physician psychiatrist psychologist or other recognized professional or paraprofessional acting or assisting in a professional capacity in connection with the treatment of the student except that the student may have these records reviewed by a physician or appropriate professional designated by the student 2 financial records of the parents 3 confidential letters and recommendations put in the files prior to january 1 1975 and 4 confidential recommendations relating to admission application for employment or honors if the student waived his or her right to review such records where a particular record cannot be reviewed by a student without revealing confidential information relating to other