What's New in College & Career Readiness:
KHEAA is offering the following live streams at 2pm CST/3pm EST on Facebook (Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA)) and Instagram (kheaaoutreach). FollowKHEAA's social media pages to see reminders and announcements as new offerings are added.
Understanding Your Financial Aid Package
Writing Perfection: The Importance of Essay Writing
Which Degree is for Me? Associate; bachelor degrees and certificates
Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
KHEAA's Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship: The who, what, when and why
Scheduling for Success: KHEAA's Guide to dual credit, AP, and honors courses
Your Map to High School Part 1: Transitioning from Middle School to High School
Middle school; families
Your Map to High School Part 2: Middle School Tips/Family Q&A
middle school; families
Don't Lose Your Focus: The Impact of Summer Melt
Show me the Money: an interactive game for students and families to learn more about KEES money!
middle school; families
Dual Credit Students: POSTED March 27, 2020
Update from Ms. Langley, JCTC Shelby Campus Director:
Resources for BlackBoard (online learning platform) from JCTC:
Blackboard Resource Document: Review this document for help getting started.
Blackboard Technical Help: Blackboard Technical Help has Blackboard Tutorials and is a resource to contact when Blackboard won't connect or load. Their number is (313)333-7300.
Blackboard YouTube Channel: The Blackboard YouTube Channel has videos about common Blackboard topics & questions
Online Tutoring through our Learning Commons: http://jefferson.kctcs.libguides.com/free-tutoring
JCTC Online Learning for Dual Credit Students Continues for the Rest of the Semester:JCTC has announced the continuation of online learning through the end of the semester and through exam week. Here are the highlights:Colleges will offer only online/remote classroom instruction through the last day of instruction on May 2nd and use online/remote assessment during the regular final exam week of May 4 – 10.
FREE LIVE VIDEO TUTORING AVAILABLE FOR ALL JCTC DUAL CREDIT STUDENTS
Starting on Monday, March 30th, live video tutoring will also be available. These resources are available to all dual credit students, whether they take classes at their high school or at a Jefferson campus. For more information, visit the College’s tutoring website: http://jefferson.kctcs.libguides.com/free-tutoring.
MAT146 and MAT150 Online Math Support from JCTC
A virtual Math Lab will be available as of tomorrow (Wednesday, March 25) through Blackboard Collaborate. During most times two tutors will be available in two separate rooms. The schedules and links to both room are included below.
By next week there will also be an email address for students to send questions to tutors and this address will be firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 26: Updates from EKU Admissions Office/Brandy Chamberlain, EKU Admissions Counselor: email@example.com
As a result of the COVID-19 changes, one of the most exciting things that we are implementing is a new virtual admissions services program. This includes: virtual live chats through Blackboard Collaborate, virtual meetings with students and families via phone or Zoom, and virtual campus visits. We are very excited to roll out these initiatives and hope they are helpful to you, your students, and their families. You can get more information, and schedule appointments by visiting: https://admissions.eku.edu/virtual-admissions-services
During this time of uncertainty, we realize some students who had planned to go further away might now be reconsidered staying closer to home, & we want to let them know that it is not too late to apply to EKU. We have decided to waive the application fee for Fall 2020 for all students, regardless of if they qualify for fee waiver or not. If you have any students who would still like to apply to EKU, please have them visit: https://admissions.eku.edu/apply
Due to the cancellation of key ACT & SAT testing dates, we are also allowing students who do not have test scores to be admitted using only their transcript. These students may have to take our placement test at some point over the summer, but we hope that by removing the ACT documentation requirement, it might help to alleviate some stress for your students