Joint Admissions and Concurrent Enrollment are not the same.
Joint Admissions allows students to be admitted to Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) and WKU at the same time with the understanding that the student will complete the AA/AS degree at SKYCTC then transfer to WKU as a junior student to complete a bachelor's degree. Joint admissions is not required for students to be able to transfer coursework but is designed to streamline the process and coordinate utilization of credits. For more information on the Joint Admissions Process with WKU go to www.wku/edu/jointadmissions.
Concurrent Enrollment occurs when students enroll at two schools during the same term. Financial aid can only be available at one school (home college) during any term, so concurrent enrollment requires coordination between the two schools to appropriately award and disburse financial aid. Concurrent Enrollment requires a Consortium Agreement to be signed by the student and both school financial aid offices.
Different colleges have different requirements for a Consortium Agreement. Be sure to request consortium prior to incurring charges that you will be responsible for paying!
A Consortium Agreement does not automatically pay charges at the visiting college. You must use your financial aid refund from your home college to pay charges at your visiting college. Payment arrangements can usually be made in advance by contacting the Tuition Office at your visiting college.
Housing at WKU
Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) students may obtain housing on the WKU campus subject to availability. Contact the WKU Housing Office for more information.
Financial aid does not pay for housing at WKU directly; however, you may be allowed to use your financial aid refund from SKYCTC to pay for housing at WKU if arrangements are made in advance with the WKU Housing Office.