West Kentucky Community & Technical College students and area high school students who plan to transfer to a four-year university can learn about the transfer process, entirely online, by participating in the second annual Transfer Madness on March 5.
Transfer Madness is a free statewide transfer fair in which Kentucky students can chat online with transfer advisers, search for scholarships, download materials, and get questions answered at a time that works best for their family and work schedules.
The virtual transfer fair will take place 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Participants can register now and receive more information at transfermadness.org.
"With the online format and extended hours available to WKCTC's current and potential students, Transfer Madness is a perfect opportunity for them to learn how to complete their associate degree as the first two years of their bachelor's degree," Rachel Goatley, WKCTC coordinator of transfer advising, said in a statement.
Students can chat live with representatives from 25 Kentucky public and private universities as well as WKCTC and the other 15 colleges in the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.
During the fair, all registrants can download brochures, videos and podcasts.