Carrollton Campus


Opening its doors in 1991, the Carrollton Campus was born out of grass root support from local government and business leaders. Students can major in Engineering Technology, Applied Process Technology or earn their Associate of Arts degree that will transfer for a four year college or university. The Carrollton Campus enrolls around 1,500 students each semester.

Other helpful information about the Carrollton Campus include the following: 

Advising Information:

  • All JCTC Carrolton Students have been assigned advisors to help answer every day questions and prepare their APPs (Academic Program Plans).
  • Purpose of Advising: 
    • Explain the COMPASS Assessment results 
    • Create an APP (Academic Program Plan) 
    • Help you select classes for your first semester 
    • Answer questions about your major
  • Planning your schedule
    • A full-time student takes at least 12 credit hours, (usually 4 classes).
    • Anything less than 12 credit hours is considered part-time.
    • In order to graduate in 2 years you will need to take at least 15 credits per semester. 
    • You should expect to spend 2 hrs. studying outside of class for every hour you spend in class. 
    • Consider your personal schedule: work, family, other responsibilities

College Courses:

  • The Spring and Fall semesters are 16 weeks in length.
    • Spring Semester (January - May)
    • Fall Semester (August - December)
    • Classes meet for 1 hour and 15 minutes twice a week.
    • Monday & Wednesday, Tuesday & Thursday or One day a week for 2 hours and 30 minutes.
  • Summer Semester (June-August)
    • Meets twice a week for 2 1/2; hours a week or four days a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
  • Intersession
    • Various times


  • All of Carrollton's books are purchased through the JCTC Barnes & Noble bookstore, the students can drive to the Louisville bookstore for pickup or they can be purchased online.
  • Must have current schedule to order books.
  • All book returns must be done within two weeks of purchase.
  • If you wish to use financial aid to order books you must complete a Financial Aid Release Form.
  • Financial Aid students have a specific time period to order books.


  • Cashiering at the Carrollton Campus is at the front window.
  • Please note that once you enroll in courses, you become financially obligated.
  • If you do not plan to attend classes, you must officially withdraw from classes following the withdrawal schedule in the Academic Calendar.
  • For more information, please contact Sandie Banks
  • Phone: 502-213- 5201

Learning Lab:

  • Location: Room 201 and Adult Education


  • The library is more than just printed books and computers; it is alive with social and cultural awareness and events.
  • Stop by your campus library today!
  • Computers are available for word processing, e-mail, and Internet research.
  • Location: Room 201
  • Phone: 502-732-4846 or 800-853-3887


  • Parking for students and visitors is located just past the intersection of 4th and Main Streets, just down the hill in the large riverside parking lot.
  • There are also handicapped spots located in the faculty/staff parking lot at the corner of 4th and Main Streets.