March Registration Madness at WKCTC

The Earlier Students Register, the More Chances They Have to Win

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PADUCAH, KY (03/01/2018) March Madness is the one of the best times of the year for basketball fans. West Kentucky Community and Technical College has its own big game this month with its March Registration Madness (MRM). Now in full swing, the college's MRM encourages students to register for 2018 summer and fall classes during March in order to get their name into a drawing for great prizes at the same time.

When students register for the upcoming summer or fall semester, their names will be entered into a database to win great daily prizes. If students register for both semesters, their names will be entered in twice to win a prize.

One student will win a prize each day in March. Every student who registers between March 1 and March 31 is eligible to win the grand prizes - $500 to go toward 2018 summer semester tuition and $750 to go toward 2018 fall semester tuition.

The earlier students register, the more chances they have to win. Current WKCTC students and new students are eligible to participate in MRM.

Prizes include vehicle front end alignments, dental cleanings, manicures, pedicures, WKCTC grab bags loaded with great stuff, movie tickets, and much, much more!

Register for summer and fall classes today. Visit WKCTC's Advising Center in the Anderson Technical Building, Room 106 or visit and click on red Apply Now link at the top of the page. Students submitting an application online must still register for classes. Advising Center hours are Monday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Tuesday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.


West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) has been recognized as an Aspen Prize Top 10 Community College four times awarded by the Aspen Institute and has twice been named a Finalist with Distinction for providing students with strong job training and continuing higher education opportunity, for achieving high completion and transfer rates, and for providing strong employment results for its graduates.