If you've graduated from high school, earned a GED, or are eligible to take the GED, you'll be admitted to Jefferson Community and Technical College. To enroll, you'll first need to submit an application for admission prior to the beginning of the term in which you want to enroll. If you meet the appropriate academic requirements and technical standards, you'll be considered equally for admission to the college or to any program regardless of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, or mental or physical disability.
Students who have never taken college courses or who took college classes only while in high school. The following documents are required for First-Time Freshman:
Students who have attended a post-secondary institution regardless of whether or not any credit was earned. The following documents are required for Transfer Students:
Students who are planning to attend the college for one semester only and then return to the home institution. The following documents are required for Visiting Students:
Students who were Jefferson students but left for a semester or more. The following documents are required for Returning Students:
International Student Admission:
International students are those who will be attending Jefferson with an F-1 student visa. Students from outside the U.S. who will not be studying with an F-1 visa should follow the admissions guidelines from the above category that best describes them. International students should go to the International Student Services page for more information on the admissions requirements.
Adult Students (25 years of age and older)
Students needing additional assistance with the admissions process can receive help in the Adult Student Center (ASC) as a walk-in visit or schedule an individual appointment ahead of time. Other appointment times can be arranged by contacting Debbie Cotton or call 502-213-2439.
Admission to Selective Admission Programs:
Admission into some programs at the college are based on selective admission criteria specific to each program. If you're interested in the admission criteria for these programs, you should contact a career counselor in the Advising Center. Some general education requirements must be completed prior to admission into the programs. Additional general education courses may be taken prior to admission into the programs or after enrollment in the programs. All applicants meeting the appropriate academic requirements and technical standards shall be considered equally for admission to the college or to any program regardless of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, or mental or physical disability
You can contact the admissions office by phone at 502-213-4000 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org