Upcoming Events

October 30, 2014

SKYCTC Halloween Costume Contest

Main Campus - Building F conference Room
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
November 6, 2014

SKYCTC Business Division Open House

SKYCTC KATI Campus - 1127 Morgantown Road in Bowling Green
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
November 8, 2014

KCTCS/WKU Transfer Event

Western Kentucky University

News & Events

Sinister on Center Take Haunted Manor to Whole New Level October 28, 2014

Sinister on Center Take Haunted Manor to Whole New Level

Written by Charles Riley - SurfKY Reporter
SKYCTC students Jason Dillihay and Brent James applied the training they received from the SKYCTC robotics and automation program to create exciting exhibits in the Sinister on Center Haunted House in Central City, Kentucky.

 

GED offers new opportunities for Franklin residents October 28, 2014

GED offers new opportunities for Franklin residents

By CHUCK MASON The Daily News
High school diplomas have become the first step to a better job, almost critical for obtaining a job, officials say. Though an associate’s degree, bachelor’s degree or a certificate of learning are more critical in employers’ eyes, the high school diploma is still a critical rite of academic passage.
Contest explores what's great about Bowling Green October 22, 2014

Contest explores what's great about Bowling Green

By LAUREL WILSON The Daily News
Warren County Judge-Executive Mike Buchanon, along with community partners, launched a video challenge called “This is BG” that encourages residents to create a video showing their enthusiasm for Bowling Green. 

October 16, 2014

KCTCS PARTNERS WITH STATE AGENCY TO PROVIDE ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT SERVICES

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) and the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence (KCADV) are collaborating to provide economic empowerment services and support to low-income parents. A press conference was held today in Frankfort announcing the partnership.
SIMPSON COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION CENTER NAMED NUMBER ONE IN THE STATE October 13, 2014

SIMPSON COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION CENTER NAMED NUMBER ONE IN THE STATE

Status is determined by averaging rankings in achieving enrollment, academic performance and GED attainment for the 2013-14 fiscal year.