For Adult Students
KentuckianaWorks College Access Center (KCAC) counselors are available to assist you with career planning, returning to school, researching your career opportunities, advising you on how to get your GED, as well as supporting you every step of the way in achieving your goals. KCAC’s goal is to make sure you get the education you need for the job you want. If you have the will, KCAC will show you the way!
KCAC offers these FREE services at our Louisville, KY and Jeffersonville, IN offices as well as at the Kentucky Career Center/KentuckianaWorks in Shepherdsville, KY (call for appointment)
- Complete and file your financial aid (FAFSA)
- Complete applications for admissions
- Search for scholarships
- Select a postsecondary institution
- Career counseling and assessments
- Advice on the fastest growing occupation
- Counseling to rehabilitate student loans in default
KentuckianaWorks College Access Center
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Especially for Veterans
Visit the GI Bill website to learn about all educational benefits provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Learn about educational and vocational counseling and apply for benefits online.
Did you know you can also use your post-9/11 GI Bill for on-the-job training, apprenticeships and non-college degree programs?
Especially for Employees
Metropolitan College is a workforce development and educational opportunity partnership that includes Jefferson Community and Technical College (JCTC), the University of Louisville, and Louisville Metro and Commonwealth of Kentucky governments, along with UPS, ResCare/Community Alternatives Kentucky (CAKY), and Humana.
Employees of UPS, ResCare/CAKY, and Humana may qualify to attend one of the two participating schools (full-time or part-time) tuition free.
Degrees at Work has the goal of helping 15,000 working adults in Greater Louisville complete Bachelor's Degrees by 2020. Degrees at work will improve the ease with which working adults access the postsecondary system, increase the affordability of education, promote the adoption of education-friendly programs, policies, and practices among Louisville employers, and measure and report the completion rates of working-age adults who return to school.