Find a College

Finding a college that is affordable, has a good reputation, offers programs appropriate to your needs, is the right size, and is located in an appealing place may seem a monumental task!

Tips to help you find the right college for YOU

  • Make a list of your reasons for attending college and your expectations of what the degree will do for you.
  • Consult college guidebooks and search online to help narrow your choices.
  • Virtual campus tours are great, but it's important to personally visit the schools you're most interested in.
  • Don't rule out a college because it seems too expensive. Consult the school's financial aid office


KentuckianaWorks College Access Center (KCAC) provides Educational Talent Search (ETS) services in five Jefferson County high schools – Valley High, Iroquois High, Western High, Fairdale High, and Liberty High. Students at these schools can receive in-school guidance in selecting a postsecondary institution.

 

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Explore Online Resources

Note - KentuckianaWorks College Access Center does not control the content of these external websites, which open in a new browser window. If you discover a link that does not work, please do let us know by sending an email to info@mykcac.org.

CollegeBoard

 CollegeBoard offers several tools to help you select a college. Use the CollegeBoard bigfuture Matching Assistant to search for colleges that meet your requirements – search by major, by total enrollment, by setting, and by student to faculty ratio.

Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority

KHEAA logo slanted off view KHEAA offers several tools to help you select a college in Kentucky. Use the Matching Assistant to search for colleges that meet your requirements – search by major, by total enrollment, by setting, and by student to faculty ratio.

Compare Kentucky Colleges by total enrollment, setting, student to faculty ratio, and tuition

 

College Navigator

Use the College Navigator at the National Center for Education Statistics to search for schools by program, location, institution type and more. Build a list of your favorite schools and compare features side-by-side.