Contacts and Advising Information | KCTCS

Contacts and Advising Information


Transfer Contacts are specific people on campus dedicated to make your transfer as smooth as possible. Get in touch with a Transfer contact at your nearest KCTCS college, or a Transfer contact at a four-year college/university to help with the transfer process, or to learn more about transfer.

Hope Perkey
(606) 326-2098

Jeffrey T. Hicks
(606) 886-3863
(888) 641-4132

John Akey
(859) 246-4620

Sharon Spratt
Director of Counseling
600 College St. Rd.
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
(270) 706-8478

Darrin McMillen
(859) 815-7642
 Helen F. Brunty
Career and Transfer Counselor
University Center of the Mountains
One Community College Drive
Hazard, KY 41701
Office location: 152-JCC in the University Center of the Mountains
Phone: 606-487-3077 or
Toll Free: 1-800-246-7521, Ext. 73077
 Lorie Maltby
Admissions Counselor
102 Admin. Bldg., 2660 S. Green St.
Henderson, KY 42420
(270) 831-9828
Kanya Allen
Career Services Coordinator
Technology Center Building
Career and Transfer Center, Room 216
(270) 707-3827
Selena Sanchez
(502) 213-2285
Stephanie Self
(270) 824-1827
Dana Calland
Transfer Coordinator
1755 US 68
Maysville, KY 41056
(606) 759-7141, ext. 66148


Katie Ballard
Career Resource and Transfer Counselor
4800 New Hartford Road
Owensboro, KY 42303
(270) 686-4529

James Taylor
(606) 451-6820 
Sherita Clark
(270) 901-1242 
Joe Sutton
1300 Chichester Ave.
Middlesboro, KY 40965
(606) 242-2145 ext. 50768 
Lori Johnson
(270) 534-3187 (knowhow2goky) is an automated tool that allows you to select the college or university to which you want to transfer and see how your KCTCS courses will transfer. Currently Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University, Murray State University, University of Kentucky, and Western Kentucky University are all a part of the System. For more information about how your credits will transfer to a college or university not available through, please talk with the Transfer Contact at that college or university.

Transfer Handbook

A Transfer Handbook has been developed specifically to help you choose a major, create a plan, and take action in transferring to the college or university of your choice. You can view and print an electronic copy of the Transfer Handbook. Or you can request a copy of the Transfer Handbook from any of the Transfer Contacts, or by contacting the Council on Postsecondary Education directly. is a web site dedicated to providing transfer information resources to encourage you to transfer and to help you create a plan and explore your options. You will find an electronic version of the Transfer Handbook as well as other information about transfer events and activities.