October 7 is the enrollment deadline for Fall bi-term classes at Ashland Community and Technical College. Bi-term classes start October 21, and the term is eight-weeks long, half the length of a traditional semester. Bi-term classes have the same content as semester-long classes but cover the content in a shorter time.
Bi-term classes offer a second chance for enrollment to those who missed August admission deadline, said Janie Kitchen, ACTC Dean of Academic Affairs. Students can get one or two classes out of the way now, without waiting for spring semester.
Students can take up to seven credit hours of classes in general education subjects appropriate for most new students. Some of the classes are offered online, and classes still open are listed below.
Communications/English classes are Basic Public Speaking, Intro to Interpersonal Communication, Foundations of College Writing I, Foundations of College Writing II, Intro to Literature and Writing I.
Humanities and social science classes are Intro to Art, History of Europe to the Mid-17th Century, Intro to the Humanities, General Psychology and Intro to Sociology.
Science and math classes are Medical Terminology, Human Anatomy amp; Physiology II, Pre-Algebra, Intermediate Algebra and Technical Algebra amp; Trigonometry.
Computer classes are Intro to Computers, Small-Medium Business or ISP, and Server Infrastructure Administration.
Classes are also available in computer aided drafting and design, construction carpentry, electricity and medical office technology.
The bi-term class information is online at: ashland.kctcs.edu/bi-term[BROKEN LINK].
New students must complete the application process, including orientation and placement testing. Admissions forms and information are online at: ashland.kctcs.edu/admissions[BROKEN LINK]. For more information call 606.326.2040 or 606.326.2228.
New students enrolling only in the bi-term session may be eligible for financial aid. To apply for financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. For financial aid information, call 1-855.246.2282. A Tuition Payment Plan is not available for bi-term classes.
Currently enrolled students interested in adding second bi-term classes can consult with their advisor or with the advising center for further information. Current students are not eligible to receive additional financial aid for bi-term classes.