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Once you register you will have access to your KCTCS Student E-mail, our PeopleSoft student information system, and our Blackboard course information system. So how do you get started? Select “Current Students”, then “User Center”, then “Setup Your User Profile” and activate your account today! Download the KCTCS APP and select Owensboro as your campus!

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Over 3000 Students Avoid Late Fees! How did they do it?

The answer: Pay your tuition—or enter into a payment plan—the Tuesday before the term begins. There are exceptions. Certain groups, such as high school students are billed at a later date. See the Fine Print below for more information about tuition, fees, payment plans and financial aid.

Your Money Back—Guaranteed!

As long as you drop your class before the last day to add a class, you will get a 100% refund. See the Fine Print below for additional refund information.

What Happened to my class?

While we want all our classes to fill with students, sometimes they do not. We reserve the right to cancel any course that does not have sufficient enrollment. We contact you before the first class meeting, if at all possible, and help you schedule an alternative class.

LIFE HAPPENS


If you have a concern, complaint, or just have a question, please talk with someone. You can speak with an instructor, a counselor, or the Vice President of Student Affairs. We can’t help if we don’t know—and we want to help.

Class Schedules

View our current and upcoming class schedules.

OCTC Semester Calendar

Fall 2022 Calendar
Date Item
Mar. 1 Registration begins for Summer/Fall 2022
Aug. 8 Bookstore financial aid charges begin
Aug. 10 Last day to pay registration and fees, to avoid cancellation, and a $75 reinstatement fee.
Aug. 13 9 a.m. - Noon registration - visit the START Center, Main Campus, Bookstore
Aug. 15 Classes begin. OCTC begins 1st bi-term classes
Aug. 17 Last day to enter a class without instructor permission
Aug. 19

Last day to enter a regular class with instructor permission

Last day to drop without a
grade

Last day to drop and receive 100% refund

Aug. 29 Last day for reinstatement of students who failed to pay tuition & fees by the payment
deadline ($75 reinstatement charge will apply)
Sept. 5 Labor Day-Holiday, No classes campuses closed
Sept. 5-30 Apply for December 2022 graduation
Sept. 13 Last day to withdraw and receive a 50% refund
Oct. 1 Registration for Spring 2023 begins
Oct. 8 End of 1st bi-term
Oct. 9-16 Fall Break
Oct. 17

Midterm

Last day to change student status from credit to audit

Last day to withdraw and receive a W without instructor approval

Beginning of 2nd bi-term

Nov. 24 Thanksgiving Day-Holiday, campuses closed
Nov. 25-26 Thanksgiving Break-no classes, campuses closed
Dec. 2 Last day to withdraw, with instructor approval, and receive a W.
Dec. 3 End of classes
Dec. 5-9

Book Buy Back

Dec 5-8: 9 AM-4PM and Dec 9: 9 AM-3PM

Dec. 9 Text book rentals due to the Bookstore
Dec. 5-11 Final Exams
Dec. 11 OCTC end of semester
Dec. 15 Fall Commencement
Summer 2022 Regular Session Calendar
Date Item
May 27 Last day to arrange a student tuition and fee payment plan
June 7 Last day to pay registration and fees, to avoid cancellation and a $75
reinstatement fee
June 8

Last day to withdraw from class and receive a full refund

Last day to enter a class for this term

Last day to drop a class without a grade

June 13-24 Apply for August graduation
June 20 Juneteenth Holiday-Campuses Closed
June 22 Last day to withdraw from a class and receive a 50% tuition refund
July 4 Independence Day Holiday-Campuses Closed
July 7

Midterm; Last day to change from credit to audit

Last day to officially withdraw at their own discretion and receive a grade of W

July 29 Last day for student at the instructor’s discretion to officially withdraw and
receive a W
July 30 End of class work
Aug 1-2 Final Exams; Bookstore Buy Back 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Rental books due Aug. 2
Aug 2 End of Summer Session
Summer 2022 Interession Calendar
Date Item
May 13 Last day to pay registration and fees, to avoid cancellation, and a $75
reinstatement fee.
May 16 Class work begins
May 17

Last day to drop a class and receive a full refund;

Last day to enter a class for this term

Last day to drop a class without a grade

May 20 Last day to withdraw from class and receive a 50% tuition refund
May 25

Midterm;

Last day to change from credit to audit

Last day for students to officially withdraw, at their own discretion, and
receive a W

May 30 Memorial Day Holiday-Campuses Closed
June 3 End of class work and last day for student, at the instructor’s discretion, to
officially withdraw and receive a W
June 6 Final Exams; End of Summer Intersession
Spring 2022 Calendar
Date Item
Oct. 1 Registration begins for Spring 2022
Dec. 15 Priority deadline for financial aid
Jan. 5 Last day to pay tuition & fees or sign up for a payment plan to avoid cancellation of registration and a $75 late charge
Jan. 8
9 a.m. - noon
Registration-visit the START Center, Main Campus
Jan. 10 Classes begin/1st bi-term classes begin
Jan. 12 Last day to enter a class without instructor permission
Jan. 14 Last day to enter a regular class with instructor permission
Last day to drop without a grade
Last day to drop and receive 100% refund
Jan. 17 Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Holiday, campuses closed
Jan. 25 Last day for reinstatement of students who failed ot pay tuition & fees by the payment deadline ($75 reinstatement charge will apply)
Jan. 24-Feb. 18 Apply for May 2022 graduation
Feb. 8 Last day to withdraw and receive a 50% refund
Feb. 21 President's Day - Holiday, campuses closed
Mar. 1 Registration for Summer/Fall 2022
Mar. 5 End of 1st bi-term
Mar. 6-13 Spring Break, no classes
Mar. 14 Midterm
Last day to change student status from credit to audit
Last day to withdraw and receive a "W" without instructor approval
Beginning of 2nd bi-term
Apr. 15 1/2 Day Academic Holiday, campuses close at noon
Apr. 29 Last day to withdraw, with instructor approval, and receive a "W"
Apr. 30 End of classes
May 2-8 Final Exams
BOOK BUY BACK May 2-5: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.; May 6: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
May 6 Text book rentals due to the Bookstore
May 8 End of Spring Semester
End of 2nd bi-term
May 11-12 Graduation, RiverPark Center

 

Fall 2021 Calendar
Date Item
Mar. 1 Registration for Summer/Fall 2021
Aug. 9 Bookstore financial aid charges begin
Aug. 11 Last day to pay registration and fees, to avoid cancellation, and a $75 reinstatement fee
Aug. 14 9AM-Noon registration - visit the START Center, Main Campus, Bookstore
Aug. 16 Classes begin -  OCTC begins 1st bi-term classes
Aug. 18 Last day to enter a class without instructor permission
Aug. 20 Last day to enter a regular class with instructor permission; Last day to drop without a grade; Last day to drop and receive 100% refund
Aug. 30 Last day for reinstatement of students who failed to pay tuition & fees by the payment deadline
($75 reinstatement charge will apply)
Sept. 6 Labor Day-Holiday - No classes, campuses closed
Sept. 6-Oct. 1 Apply for December 2022 graduation
Sept. 14 Last day to withdraw and receive a 50% refund
Oct. 1 Registration for Spring 2022
Oct. 3-10 Fall Break - No classes
Oct. 16 End of 1st bi-term
Oct. 18 Midterm; Last day to change student status from credit to audit;
Last day to withdraw and receive a “W” without instructor approval; beginning of 2nd bi-term
Nov. 25 Thanksgiving Day-Holiday -  No classes, campuses closed
Nov. 26-27 Thanksgiving Break - No classes, campuses closed
Dec. 3 Last day to withdraw, with instructor approval, and receive a W
Dec. 4 End of classes

Dec. 6-12

Final Exams
Dec. 6-10 Book Buy Back (Dec. 6-9: 9AM-4PM; Dec. 10: 9AM-3PM)
Dec. 10 Text book rentals due to the Bookstore
Dec. 12 OCTC end of fall semester
Dec. 16 Fall Commencement

NEED BOOKS?

The OCTC Bookstore, operated by Barnes & Noble, is located on the Upper Level of the Campus Center. Regular hours are M-TH 9 a.m.– 4 p.m. and F, 9 a.m.-12p.m. Extended hours are posted during RUSH periods. The OCTC Bookstore is your number one source for textbook choices new, used, rentals, digital, etc. They offer the required and recommended texts for all OCTC classes, a selection of OCTC apparel, gifts, and school supplies. Students can sell textbooks back for cash; the best time to sell books is during final exam week. Rental books are due on the last day of final exams. Cash and credit cards are accepted. For one week before classes begin each semester, financial aid can be used for bookstore purchases. Dates & times will be posted.

Refund policy

During the first week of classes, a full refund will be given if books are returned in the same condition as purchased. Receipt of purchase is required for all refunds/exchanges. Textbooks can be purchased online at www.shopoctc.com and shipped directly to you.

Got Cap & Gown?

Graduation CapYou can buy those at the Bookstore, too—but you won’t need them if you do not apply for graduation. At the beginning of your final semester, have your academic plan reviewed, updated, and uploaded to the GRADUATION folder by your advisor so you can apply online between June 13-24 (for Summer 2022).

Need a transcript?

Go to the National Student Clearinghouse's Transcript Ordering Center.

Tobacco Free

All OCTC campuses are tobacco-free. There should be no tobacco use on campus. E-cigarette use is also prohibited.

Lost and Found

Lower level ATC, Switchboard, 270-686-4400 

The Fine Print

 

Tuition rates 2021-2022 In-State $179; Out-of-State Contiguous county $358; Out-of-State $627,  plus an $8 per credit hour mandatory fee and $20 per credit hour distance learning fee. OCTC, a member of The Kentucky Community & Technical College System (KCTCS), makes every effort to include relevant, timely, and accurate information in its publications. However, it reserves the right to make changes in the calendars, admission policies,  expenses, programs, curricula, course descriptions or any other matters not addressed in this publication. Prospective and enrolled students should check with the appropriate office to learn of any such changes. Pay online at kctcs.mycmsc.com and select “Student Admin Prd.” Tuition is due prior to the first day of classes for the term. Visa, Discover, American Express, and MasterCard are accepted. A fee payment drop box is available at the Main Campus, in the Administration Building, for your convenience.

Note: Registration is not complete until fees are paid. The last day to pay tuition to avoid cancellation of registration is June 7. Students receiving financial aid should see the Financial Aid office.

Students may choose to participate in a tuition payment plan. This plan, managed by the Nelnet Campus Commerce, will
allow students more flexible payment options. There will be
a $25 per semester, non-refundable fee for all students who sign up for the plan. Students must register prior to signing up
for the payment plan. No payment plans after May 28. To apply visit https://students.kctcs.edu (make sure any pop-up blockers are disabled).
Tuition Payment Plan
Deadline Plan
May 6 25% down payment required.
3 payments May-July
May 27 50% down payment required.
Two payments June-July.

Failure to officially withdraw from a class in the START Center will result in a fee payment penalty.

Due to the Reauthorization of Higher Education Act, new
refund regulations will be applied to Title IV aid recipients who completely withdraw during their first semester, or stop attending and fail to officially withdraw from classes.

Tuition Refund Policy
Withdrawal Date Amount of Tuition Refunded
On or before June 11 100%
June 11-June 22 50%
After June 22

No Refund

Due to the Reauthorization of Higher Education Act, new refund regulations will be applied to Title IV aid recipients who completely withdraw during their first semester, or stop attending and fail to officially withdraw from classes.

Financial Aid awards are calculated on a sliding scale based on enrollment each semester. Full-time students are eligible for 100% of their grants for the semester and a part-time students are eligible for 50%. Pell Grants and student loans are available for fall, spring, and summer. Check with the FA Office for eligibility and limitations. Students with financial aid awards that exceed their tuition and bookstore charges can expect to receive a refund 4-6 weeks after the first day of class. Refunds are processed with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc.

All Federal, State, and OCTC Finanical Aid policies and procedures are kept on file
in the FA office for student viewing.

Available for children ages six weeks to four years old.
Students must meet income eligibility requirements and be
enrolled at OCTC. Call 270-683-6377 for more information.

View the OCTC Crime Log. 

Priority Deadlines for Financial Aid--FAFSA (Free Federal Application for Student Aid):

Fall/Spring Academic Year - by July 1;

Fall Semester Only - by July 15, each year;

Spring Semester Only - by Dec. 1, each year;

OCTC Scholarship Applications - by April 1, each year.

Students are required to file a  FAFSA every year in order to receive FA/Direct Loans. FAFSA can be filed online at student.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa.
OCTC participates in the following financial aid programs: Federal Pell Grant; KY Cap Grant; Federal SEOG Grant; Federal Workstudy Program; and the Federal Direct Loan  Program. OCTC offers the Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship, KEES awards, and many scholarship resources. Scholarship applications
are available in January, are awarded for the next academic school year, applications are due by April 1st.
Federal Title IV regulations require students who stop attending
classes to return all or a portion of Title IV grant or loan funds. The amount to be returned will be based on the actual number of days attended in the term.
Students who stop attending classes, do not officially
withdraw, or receive all failing grades (“E, F, Z, etc.) MUST pay all or a portion of Title IV aid back at the end of the semester. Repayments of overawards or repayments due to lack of attendance or withdrawal will be
due to the Department of Education within 30 days of
written notice.

Direct loans are available to eligible students who meet the criteria. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. Students must complete the FAFSA process, And an online loan request through student self-service. New student loan borrowers are subject to a 30-day delay on all loan disbursements.

First term courses are often prerequisites for classes held during the second bi-term. Students who do not receive a passing grade or drop such a prerequisite first bi-term course must pay back any financial aid disbursed toward the second bi-term course.

Students may withdraw from classes and automatically receive
a grade of W after classes begin. The W grade indicates only that the student  withdrew and does not affect his/her grade point average. After mid-term (see Academic Calendar) the instructor may assign a grade other than W based on the instructor’s course policy. Students may not withdraw from classes after July 29. Withdraw online. Go to Student Self-Service - Academic Records - Withdraw/Drop Request.

Students may request to repeat a course as necessary to
improve a grade.

Owensboro Community & Technical College (OCTC) and the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS)  are committed to a policy of providing educational opportunities to all qualified students regardless of economic or social status, and will not discriminate on the basis of  race, color, religion, sex, marital status, beliefs, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability. Compliance with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, (which prohibits sex discrimination), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, in regard to employment at OCTC is coordinated by Sharmy Davis 270- 852-8159, acting Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Coordinator, Owensboro Community and Technical College, 4800 New Hartford Road, Owensboro, Kentucky 42303, phone 270-686-4504.  Any person having inquiries concerning compliance with the above regulations in regard to situations other than employment should contact the acting coordinator for Title VI / Title IX / ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) at the individual campus.  For more information, contact Barb Tipmore, Main Campus, 4800 New Hartford Road, Owensboro, Kentucky 42303, phone 270-686-4530.  OCTC complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, Public Law 92-380, on all its campuses. Inquiries regarding the law should be directed to the appropriate school office. Compliance with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, which prohibits sex discrimination, and with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is coordinated by KCTCS, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)/Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator, KCTCS, 300 North Main Street, Versailles, Kentucky 40383 phone 859-256-3264. Efforts to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to people with disabilities -- as required by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 -- are also coordinated by the Director of Diversity and Employee Relations. Questions concerning compliance with regulations may be directed to the KCTCS Director of Human Resources, 300 North Main Street, Versailles, Kentucky 40383, phone 859-256-3338, or to the Director of the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System is in compliance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendment of 1989.  Questions may be directed to the KCTCS Student Affairs Division or the Human Resource Coordinator’s Office at each college. Questions about admission to any college in KCTCS should be directed to the appropriate admissions office.

 

When there is a terrible, no good, just very bad day.

Weather Happens

SNAP Emergency Notification

Safety Notification Alert Process (SNAP) LogoWhen it does, we get the word out. If you text, our SNAP message alert system is the best way to find out what is happening.  All students are automatically enrolled upon admission.  Others can sign up at KCTCS's Safety Notification Alert Process (SNAP). (To opt out reply to the text w/ “STOP”.) If you don’t text, don’t worry—we post it on our OCTC Website, on Facebook, Twitter, and send info to: WFIE-TV, WTVW-TV, WEHT-TV, WEVV-TV, OC-TV on Owensboro Cable Ch 71. A decision to cancel classes due to inclement weather will be made by 6 a.m. for day classes (8 a.m. - 4 p.m.) and 3:30 p.m. for evening classes (5:30 p.m. or later) when possible. If the weather causes a delay in opening the campuses, students should resume the normal schedule for classes at the time announced (e.g., if campuses open at 10 a.m., students should report to classes beginning at 10 a.m. or after).

If you have an off-campus class—check this out: If the class is on a high school campus and high school classes are cancelled, the OCTC off-campus classes are cancelled. Exceptions are made at the discretion of the instructor and administration.

Get the 411

KCTCS has the KCTCS Non-Emergency Communication Tool (KNECT) for non-emergency calls. KNECT will call your phone and send an email about important dates and deadlines.

 

Contacts/Help

Programs and Contact Info
(A=Associate Degree, D=Diploma, C=Certificate)
Office Contact
Administrative Office
Technology (A,C)

Kathy Hoffman
(270) 686-4643
kathy.hoffman@kctcs.edu

Agriculture (A,D,C) Kathy Hoffman
(270) 686-4643
kathy.hoffman@kctcs.edu
Air Conditioning
Technology (A,D, C)
Larry Stone
270-686-4476
larry.stone@kctcs.edu
Associate in Arts (A)
Associate in Science (A)
octc.pathfinderden@kctcs.edu
Associate in Fine Arts (AFA)
AFA Theatre Production (AFA)
Technical Theatre (C)
Dr. Meredith Skaggs
270-852-8636
meredith.skaggs@kctcs.edu
AFA Visual Arts (AFA) David Wilson
270-686-4626
davidd.wilson@kctcs.edu
Automotive Technology
(A, D, C)
Billie Harris
270-686-4461
billie.harris@kctcs.edu
Business Administration (A,D,C)
Business Management (A,C)
Financial Customer Services (C)
Michael Boyd
270-686-4584
michael.boyd@kctcs.edu
Accounting (A,D,C) Al Wallace
270-686-4609
al.wallace@kctcs.edu
Business
Communications (C)
Dr. Bob Glenn or Michael Boyd
270-686-4553
bobj.glenn@kctcs.edu
Computer & Information
Technologies (CIT) (A,C)
Theresa Schmitt
270-686-4604
theresa.schmitt@kctcs.edu
Computerized
Manufacturing &
Machining (CMM) (A,D,C)
Danny Moseley
270-686-4441
danny.moseley@kctcs.edu
Criminal Justice (A,C)

Brock Peterson
270-686-4601
brock.peterson@kctcs.edu

Diesel
Technology (A,D,C)
Walt James
270-686-4498
walt.james@kctcs.edu
Electrical
Technology (A,D,C)
Justin Payne
270-686-4458
justin.payne@kctcs.ed
Early College (A) Nikki WImpelberg
270-686-4596
nikki.wimpelberg@kctcs.edu
EMT (C)

Joe Dennison
(270) 499-8269
joe.dennison@kctcs.edu

Engineering
Technology (A,D,C)
Richard Hall
270-686-4462
richard.hall@kctcs.edu
Fire/Rescue Science
Technology (A,D,C)
Jimmy Van Cleve
270-273-3187
jimmy.vancleve@kctcs.edu
Healthcare Facilities
Leadership (A,D,C)
Mike Canales
270-852-8142
mike.canales@kctcs.edu
Interdisciplinary
Early Childhood
Education (A,D,C)
Dr. Michelle Edwards
270-686-4408
michelle.edwards@kctcs.edu
Industrial
Maintenance
Technology (A,D,C)
Mike Gore
270-686-4468
michael.gore@kctcs.edu
Medical Assisting (A,D,C) Robin Clark
270-686-4600
robin.clark@kctcs.edu
Medical Information
Technology (A,C)
Kathy Hoffman
270-686-4643
kathy.hoffman@kctcs.edu
Nursing (A,C) Dr. Lori Sharp Donahoo
270-686-4548
lori.donahoo@kctcs.edu
Nurse Aide (C) &
KY Medication Aide (C)
Workforce Solutions
270-686-4444
Paramedic
Technology (A,C)
Joe Dennison
270-499-8269
joe.dennison@kctcs.edu
Radiography (A) Michelle Tudor
(270) 686-4646
michelle.tudor@kctcs.edu
SkillTrain/
Adult Education
Lindsey Kafer
(270) 686-3781
lindsey.kafer@kctcs.edu
Surgical
Technology (A)
Zara Basham
270-686-4650
zara.basham@kctcs.edu

Tech X (C)

Amee Payne
(270) 686-3786
amee.payne@kctcs.edu
Veterinary
Technology (A)
Dr. Laura Boarman
270-686-4585
laura.boarman@kctcs.edu
Welding
Technology (A,D,C)
Barry Bowlds
270-686-4406
barry.bowlds@kctcs.edu
OCTC Help List
Office Location Hours Contact
24/7/365
HELP Desk
  Available 24/7/365 1-855-5GO-OCTC
Counseling
Center
Main Campus,
Campus Center
Lower Level
M - F:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
270-686-4418
octc.counseling@kctcs.edu
Bookstore
(operated by
Barnes & Noble)
Main Campus,
Upper Level
Campus Center
M-Th:
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
F:
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
270-686-4523
Order online.
Campus
Information
Main Campus,
ATC Bldg.
M-Th:
8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
F:
8 a.m.- 4 p.m.
During regular academic
semester;
non-academic semesters,
M-F: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
270-686-4400
mary.durr@kctcs.edu
Computer
Labs

Main Campus,
CyberCenter,
lower level LRC,
or Technical Bldg.


Downtown
Campus, 14D

M-Th: 7:45 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
F: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,
Closed Sat. & Sun. 


M-F: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Closed Sat. & Sun.

Fee Payment/
Business Office

Main Campus,
Admin. Bldg

A fee payment drop
box is available on the
Main Campus in the
Administration Bldg.
for your convenience,
or pay online at:
https://kctcs.mycmsc.com/ and select “Student Admin Prd.”

M-Th:
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
F:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
1-855-5GO-OCTC,
or 270-686-4669
octc.businessoffice@kctcs.edu
Financial Aid

Main Campus,
Upper Level
Campus Center

M-Th:
8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
F:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
call 270-686-4520,
text 270-238-8944,
or email
octc.financialaid@kctcs.edu
OCTC IT
HELP Desk

Accessible with
My Path, under
College Help Desks

M-F:
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

270-686-4541
octc-ithelpdesk@kctcs.edu

Learning Resource Center
(Library)

Main Campus


Downtown &
Southeastern
Campuses

M - Th:
7:45 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
F:
7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

M-F:
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
270-686-4466
or SE 270-686-4590

270-686-4590


(DT) 270-686-4667
octc.library@kctcs.edu

Chat with us!
M - F: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Pathfinder Den,
Pathfinder Pantry
(Transfer, Retention,
Success Coaches,
Advising & Career)

Main Campus,
Lower Level
Campus Center

M-Th:

8-5:30 p.m.
F:
8 - 4:30 p.m.

270-686-4683
octc.pathfinderden@kctcs.edu

 

SkillTrain
Center

Downtown
Campus

M, W, F:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
T, Th:
8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
270-686-4454
octc.skilltrain@kctcs.edu
START
Center

MN Campus,
Campus Center,
Upper Level

M-Th:
8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
F:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
270-686-4522
octc.startcenter@kctcs.edu
Student
Records

Main Campus,
Advanced Technology
Center, Lower Level,
ATC 102

M-F:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
octc.studentrecords@kctcs.edu
Teaching &
Learning Center
(TLC)

Main Campus,
Learning Resource
Center-lower level

M-Th:
7:45 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
F:
7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

270-852-8964
octc-tlc@kctcs.edu

Western Kentucky
University
Owensboro Offices

4821 New Hartford Road
Owensboro, KY 42303

  270-684-9797
OCTC
Main Campus

4800 New Hartford Road
Owensboro, KY 42303

  270-686-4400
OCTC
Southeastern
Campus

1901 Southeastern Parkway
Owensboro, KY 42303

  270-686-4418
OCTC
Downtown
Campus

1501 Frederica Street
Owensboro, KY 42301

  270-686-4444