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SKYCTC Students Welcomed Back

Aug 20, 2014 - | 10:38 AM -

Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) welcomed back students to all campuses Monday, August 18th as classes started for the fall 2014 semester.

two females sitting in SKYCTC Student Lounge   Male College student with backpack
Katie Reese (left) of Butler County, and Courtney McKain of Oakland enjoy their first day of classes in the new student lounge constructed this summer.
Katie is pursing her Associate Degree and Courtney plans to enroll in the RN program.
 Darius Burden of Florida decided to come to Bowling Green in 2010 with his cousin who played football for WKU and is now
with the Rams organization. He is pursuing an Associate Degree from SKYCTC with plans to transfer to WKU.

SKYCTC faculty and staff at each campus volunteered to welcome students back with water, snacks, directions, and other informational sheets as part of the college’s culture of caring. The activities were organized by the SKYCTC Lions’ Club. 

Students gathered around campus to take a break, talk to old friends or grab a bite of lunch with some new friends. 

BJ Chandler, of Franklin; Tammy Benton, of Muhlenberg County; and Latisha Woodcock, of Scottsville, (pictured right)Three female students setting on wall between classes gathered in the court yard to chat, enjoy the weather and have some lunch.  All three are Surgical Tech students in their final year. All three had just met but planned to get through the year together.

When students were asked why they chose SKYCTC as their college of choice they said convenience. For some it was the convenience of being close to home and not having to pay rent or dorm fees. For others it was the convenience of not having to take out loans to pay for their college education. 

Southcental Kentucky Community and Technical College is comprised of six campuses in Bowling Green, Glasgow, and Franklin and is part of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.

 Three females standing by welcome booth Two men standing by college welcome booth 
 Welcome Center at Franklin-Simpson Center  Campus Director Dr.Jimmy Isenberg and 
a faculty member welcome students to the 
Glasgow Health Campus
Several students standing by college welcome booth talking to faculty and staff 
 Students take a break from their classes on the main campus to get a bottle of water and information
about the College.

Lady standing by welcome booth   SKYCTC staff member Sherita Clark hosts the welcome
table at the Colleges KATI Campus.