Presidents from all 16 KCTCS colleges, including Jefferson Community & Technical College, signed an agreement with Campbellsville University this week that makes it easier to transfer from a community and technical college.
Students who earn Associate Degrees in Applied Science in criminal justice, business administration, business management, early childhood education and interdisciplinary early childhood education at Jefferson or any other KCTCS institution can now transfer that degree seamlessly to Campbellsville and begin a bachelor s degree program as a junior.
Students seeking admission to Campbellsville need to apply through the Office of Admission and complete the following steps: (1) complete and return the application for admission (the application fee is waived for KCTCS students), (2) submit an official high school or GED transcript, and (3) submit official copies of transcript for all post-secondary institutions attended. Additionally, to be considered for admission a student must have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 for all classes taken.
The transfer agreement, part of KCTCS's Go2Transfer initiative, is the first of several statewide, multiple program agreements with four-year colleges and universities.