June 18 is the deadline to apply for Summer Session II at Ashland Community and Technical College.
Summer Session II gives recent high school graduates the chance to get a head start on college. Summer can also be a catch-up and get-ahead time for current students. Students from other colleges and universities can take classes to transfer back to their home institutions.
General education classes are offered in Summer II to meet humanities, science, and social science requirements for nearly every associate and bachelor’s degree program. Students who haven’t yet decided on a major can start with general education courses that will be needed no matter what field they choose.
General Education classes include Intro to Art, Human Ecology, Intro to Computers, Basic Public Speaking, Intro to Interpersonal Communications, Writing I, Writing II, Intro to Humanities, Basic Algebra, Applied Math, Intermediate Math, General Psychology, Into to Religious Studies and Intro to Sociology.
Other Summer II classes are Human Anatomy and Physiology I, Criminal Law, Family and Community Early Childhood Education, Business Administration of Early Childhood Education, and Welding Certification and Shield Welding classes and labs.
Instate Kentucky tuition for summer classes is $135 per credit hour, and residents of neighboring Ohio and West Virginia counties qualify for in-state tuition. Admissions forms are online at: ashland.kctcs.edu.
Financial Aid is available for summer classes. After filling out the ACTC admission form, new students can complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, available online at: www.fafsa.gov. For help with the form or to predetermine eligibility for a Federal Pell Grant, contact the Office of Financial Aid, 606-326-2198, for an appointment.