Finding Classes has never been easier!
Choosing which classes to take this semester can be tough, but we can help with the Visual Schedule Builder. The Visual Schedule Builder lets you test out multiple class schedules based on the courses you want to take, look at different calendars and find the schedule that best fits you.
Want to try it out?
If you're not one of our students, don't worry! You can still check out all the classes our schools have to offer. Follow these steps to try it out, if you like what you see you can always apply and make this schedule a reality:
- Go to the Visual Schedule Builder
- Choose your term (like Summer 2018 or Fall 2018)
- Choose a college
- Choose a location
- Check out the classes they have to offer
If you're a KCTCS student, you can use the Visual Schedule Builder by going to your Student Self-Service Account. Once you find the classes you need, you can enroll right from the Visual Schedule Builder. Your class schedule will be saved and you can print it out that day!
Have questions or issues? Call us at the Go KCTCS Student Service Center and we will walk you through it!
We want your input!
Take this survey to let us know what times you want your classes. We appreciate your feedback!
SPRING 2019 - Class Schedule
FALL 2018 - CLASS SCHEDULE
What is Student Self-Service records access?
Web-based access to your schedule, account balance, grades, service indicators, academic advisor information, and financial aid information whenever you need it.
How do I find Classes?
You have two options to find classes - through the Visual Schedule Builder (above) or the KCTCS Class Search in Student Self-Service.
Student Self-Service Class Search
How many courses can I take?
During the fall and spring semesters, you can register for up to 19 credit hours. During the four-week summer intersession, you can register for no more than four credit hours, and, during the six-week summer session, up to seven credit hours.
How do I know if a class is full?
A course is open unless the Class Status column indicates it is closed or canceled. That status may change daily, so check to see if a closed class reopens. You can also ask your advisor to place you on a waiting list.
Where can I get course descriptions?
The Kentucky Community and Technical College System provides a complete list of courses and descriptions in the latest catalog that explains the general content and topics covered in each.