The BCTC Green & Gold program is a cooperative program between Bluegrass Community & Technical College and Kentucky State University that provides students with the opportunity to gain a strong academic foundation prior to attending Kentucky State University. BCTC students in the BCTC Green & Gold program are guaranteed admission to KSU following successful completion of the program.
Yes! Earning your Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree means that you are General Education Certified. That means that you have fulfilled the general education requirements at Kentucky State University.
Yes! If you qualify for financial aid, you will be able to use your financial aid at Kentucky State University. If you are starting at KSU in the fall semester, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline of March 15. If you are starting KSU in the spring semester, add the KSU School Code 001968 to your FAFSA. To do this, go online to www.fafsa.gov.
For more information, contact the KSU Transfer Coordinator in the Transfer Center at (859) 246-5102, or the KSU Financial Aid Office at (502) 597-5960. Apply early! Some funds may be exhausted if you apple after the deadline.
Yes! If you qualify for financial aid, you will be able to use your financial aid at BCTC to pay for your classes at KSU. You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline of April 15. You will need to indicate the BCTC School Code 005244 to your FAFSA. To complete the FAFSA go online to www.fafsa.gov. In addition, you will need to complete the BCTC Consortium Agreement. Remember to check that you are enrolled in BCTC Green & Gold. The BCTC Consortium Agreement is available online at http://bluegrass.kctcs.edu/Costs_and_Financial_Aid.aspx; go to Financial Aid Forms, or at the BCTC Financial Aid Office.
For more information contact the BCTC Financial Aid Office at (855) 246-2477. Apply early! Some funds may be exhausted if you apply after the deadline.
Yes! If you maintain the required grade point average and are on track to graduate, you will be able to transfer your KEES money to KSU.
Yes! KSU offers very generous scholarships for BCTC transfer students.
You may still be eligible to transfer to KSU, if you have a minimum BCTC grade point average of 2.0 and have earned 24 credit hours. Students who have earned fewer than 24 college credit hours will be required to submit a high school transcript and ACT scores as part of the process to apply for KSU.
No. The application fee is waived for BCTC students applying to KSU.
Yes! The onsite KSU Transfer Coordinator at BCTC will provide individual transfer advising to BCTC Green & Gold students. Advising can be conducted in person, by phone, or email. The KSU Transfer Coordinator will also arrange advising appointments for BCTC students interested in meeting with a major-specific advisor at KSU prior to transfer.
Simply contact the onsite KSU Transfer Coordinator for information on clubs, organizations, marching band, or choir, or if you would like to attend social or athletic events, or schedule a visit to the KSU campus.
BCTC students can attend all KSU athletic events at no cost.
Students who earn an associate of arts or associate of science degree at BCTC complete the required general education courses, and will transfer to KSU with "General Education Certification." Students who are "Gen Ed Certified" are not required to take additional general education courses at KSU. Students who transfer with an associates degree are more likely to earn a four-year degree than those who transfer without. Having an associate's degree is also a valuable credential to have in terms of employment opportunities.
Upon completion of the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree requirements at Bluegrass, you will be accepted to KSU with junior standing.