Adults - Chart your course


Work with your family and advisors to make a class schedule that works for you and your loved ones. The more you involve your family the more likely you are to succeed. There are many resources to help adults transition to college.

Adults returning to school

Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) features financial aid options and detailed information about the academic programs available at more than 80 Kentucky colleges. 


KHEAA has information about Kentucky postsecondary schools, including sections on paying for college , as well as career exploration .

Mapping your future

This site has lots of general information about planning for college and careers and paying for college, including links to free scholarship searches. It's also available in Spanish.

College Web sites

Each Kentucky college and university Web site  provides detailed information about admissions, programs of study, financial aid, and much more.


Kentucky Virtual Campus  offers a comprehensive list of online college courses and programs at Kentucky colleges and universities.


Kentucky colleges and universities understand you're busy and offer many options to help you fit college into your life.

You can go to school full-time or part-time. You can take evening and weekend classes, online courses and correspondence courses. Whichever option you choose, be sure to build in study time.

Generally, you should allow six hours of study each week for each three-credit-hour course.