Admissions Checklist

We want to make the admissions process easier for you! If you have questions regarding any of the requirements listed below, call the Office of Admissions or e-mail one of the admissions coordinators at any of our five campus locations.

1. Apply to SKCTC

2. Submit your test scores

Submit your ACT  test scores to the Office of Admissions - SKCTC at 100 College Road, Middlesboro, Ky 40965.

Depending on your ACT scores in Reading, English, or Math, you may need to take the Placement exam. The Placement exam is free for first-time takers.

Do you need to take the Placement exam?

Placement Testing is a college placement exam that lets teachers:

  • Evaluate incoming students' skill levels in:
    •  Reading
    •  Writing Skills
    •  Writing Essay
    •  Math
    •  English as a Second Language
  • Place students in appropriate courses
  • Connect students to the resources they need to achieve academic success

To schedule a time to take the test, or for more information, please contact:

Office of Admissions
100 College Road
Middlesboro, KY 40965

3. Send your transcripts

All transcripts must be mailed or sent electronically from the school(s) which have been attended in order to be considered official.

Official High School Transcript: Your Kentucky High School Transcript can be electronically requested at the following site If you have questions about this process, please feel free to contact Admissions at 606-248-0145 or 855-2GO-SKCTC or contact your High School counselor for more details. High School transcripts can also be mailed directly to the SKCTC Admissions Office.

Official GED Transcript: GED transcripts should be sent upon completion. To request your GED transcript please visit

Official College Transcript(s): All transcripts must be electronically or mailed directly to Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College from any and all postsecondary (college) institutions attended. Transcripts must be received prior to enrollment.

Any hand delivered or faxed transcripts cannot be considered official and will not allow a student access to enroll in classes. ALL transcripts must be mailed or sent electronically from the school(s) which have been attended in order to be considered official for enrollment access.

4. Fill out a financial aid application

Filling out a FAFSA can be complicated. Any of our five campus locations can assist you with completing your application. Just ask for a financial aid coordinator or call for an appointment. To complete the form online click FAFSA online.

5. Attend Orientation

New Student Orientation is available at Register Now Dates for orientation can be found by clicking here

6. Meet with your advisor and register for classes

Students will be able to register for classes after meeting with their advisor.

7. Create your PeopleSoft Student Self Service account and Email account

Remember: You will have access to your email account within 72 hours after you have registered for classes.
You will have access to your PeopleSoft Student Self Service Account after your application is processed. This account will enable you to register for classes, access your grades, accept financial aid, etc. Activate your account by creating your User Profile at User Account Center.

8. Check your PeopleSoft Student Self Service Account "To Do" list

The To Do list will display the items that need to be submitted to complete your Admissions file, along with the due dates. Clicking on one of the items in your To Do list opens another detailed screen giving contact information for that department.

  1. Go to the Student Self Service Login.
  2. Enter your Username and Password.
  3. Once in the Student Center the TO DO LIST is located on the right hand side.
  4. Click any item in the list for details and contacts.

9. Review Important Dates and be aware of deadlines

Take time to look at the Important Dates Sheet (Academic Calendar) for important deadlines. Remember you must officially withdraw if you cannot complete a class. Learn about SKCTCs withdrawal Policy.

10. Become familiar with the FERPA policy (Student Confidentiality)

Be aware of Family Education Right and Privacy Act (FERPA) Policy. If you would like anyone other than yourself to have access to your records, fill out the Student Consent to Release Educational/Financial Records for which can be found on your Student Self Service.

Mail printed applications to:

Office of Admissions
100 College Road
Middlesboro, KY 40965

You may also print an application.