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SKYCTC's Main Campus on Loop Drive in Bowling Green offers over 15 program of study at a beautiful campus setting with a library, learning center, transition center, admission offices, adult education facilities, and classroom and labs offering the most up-to-date technical equipment.

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Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College(SKYCTC) is celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the College. As part of the celebration, SKYCTC will hold a ribbon cutting and ceremony on April 15th in the Main Campus Courtyard on Loop Drive.

Registration for the summer and fall semesters is underway at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC). To assist those seeking information, the College is hosting an Open House on Thursday, April 10, 2014 from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. on the College’s Main Campus, 1845 Loop Drive in Bowling Green.
On Thursday, March 27, 2013, the Phi Theta Kappa – Beta Upsilon Alpha Chapter at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical (SKYCTC), held an induction ceremony for 34 local students receiving the honor of membership.
Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College will hold three recruitment fairs for adjunt instructors. See story for places and times of events.
By CHUCK MASON The Daily News
Me Meh wants to help people in the Bowling Green area who speak Karenni, one of the three languages in which she is fluent.
By LAUREL WILSON The Daily News - Several organizations are participating in the home makeover, including students in the electrical construction class at Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College, which will install the heating and cooling units in the house. The experience will help students in several ways, said Ralph Potter, assistant professor and program coordinator for the electrical technology program at SKYCTC.