KCTCS was created by the Postsecondary Education Improvement Act of 1997.
KCTCS is the largest provider of workforce training, online training and postsecondary education in the state.
KCTCS is a statewide system of 16 two-year colleges and more than 70 campuses.
KCTCS continues to transform lives by providing Kentuckians an education that is accessible and affordable.
KCTCS continues to ensure the employability of Kentucky citizens and the global competitiveness of Kentucky business through workforce competitiveness, virtual learning and transfer education.
From Ashland to Paducah, from Covington to Bowling Green, KCTCS colleges are strategically located to provide accessible education and workforce training that is relevant and responsive to the needs of Kentucky's students, business and industry leaders and the communities that they serve.
The colleges of KCTCS confer five types of credentials certificates, diplomas and three different associate degrees.
The single most popular area of study at KCTCS colleges is the baccalaureate transfer program, which allows a student to earn an associate degree at a KCTCS college and transfer those credits to a four-year Kentucky public or private institution.