Elizabethtown Community & Technical College


"Mission Accomplished by providing:

  • Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs which provide students with the opportunity to complete the first two years of a baccalaureate degree.
  • Associate in Applied Science degree, diploma and certificate programs as well as courses to prepare individuals to excel in a complex workforce.
  • Continuing and life-long education, short-term customized training for business and industry designed to strengthen the workforce and expand the life skills, knowledge, and the cultural enrichment of the community.
  • Developmental Education courses to prepare individuals for success in transfer and technical courses.
  • Associated services that support student development and success such as academic advising, library services, learning labs, assessment, career counseling, and cultural enrichment activities, among others.

The ECTC Vision

ECTC will be the provider of choice for transfer, technical, workforce and lifelong education among those we serve and will be recognized as a premier community and technical college, preparing Kentucky's globally competitive workforce.

We Value:

  • Our institutional mission and strive to fulfill that mission through strategic goals and objectives;
  • Relevant educational programs and services that we promote through continuous quality improvement;
  • Excellence in teaching and learning that we deliver during the college experience and enhance through diversity, inclusiveness, integrity, and collegiality;
  • A positive culture that fosters mutual respect and trust for those who use college programs and services and promote this atmosphere through open communication;
  • Open access to education and pursue this through responsive delivery of educational programs and services; to meet all stakeholder needs.
  • A caring and committed college environment leading to success and lifelong learning and demonstrate this through our commitment to those we serve, and,
  • An environment that recognized and respects diversity by being responsive to internal and external communities."

Classes available on campus as well as online. Financial aid available to those who qualify.

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620 College St Rd