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Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College is your college.

Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College is a tremendous educational resource for the whole community, not just college students.

Adult Education and GED Preparation Free to the Public

Sign up for our Adult Education programs to earn a GED, build essential job skills, prepare for tests like COMPASS and ASSET, and a get a fresh start on a new, more fulfilling career.

Community Education for Life Long Learning

And students of all ages can register for Community Education classes to launch a new hobby, stay in shape, learn new computer software, and brush up on professional skills.

Workforce Customized Training Available

If you own a local business, Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College instructors can come to your office or manufacturing facility to train your employees in advanced job skills like industrial maintenance technology, Lean Simulations, and ISO standards.  

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Recent News

Senator Rand Paul's visit highlights SKYCTC's technical facilities, programs September 26, 2016

Senator Rand Paul's visit highlights SKYCTC's technical facilities, programs

By Aaron Mudd- BG Daily News
As older workers retire from jobs in the skilled trades, officials at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College made the case for vocational education to U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Bowling Green, during a campus tour on Monday.

Many Kentucky adults enrolling in higher education after getting GED diploma September 23, 2016

Many Kentucky adults enrolling in higher education after getting GED diploma

By Jackson French- BG Daily News
A new study suggests the number of Kentucky adults receiving GED diplomas who later enroll in universities is on the rise.
Welding a future: 'An evening with Industry' September 22, 2016

Welding a future: 'An evening with Industry'

Bu Will Perkins - Glasgow Daily Times
“Whether it's Glasgow Independent, Barren County Schools, Hart County Schools, Caverna Schools, Metcalfe County Schools, Allen County Schools, people recognize what is taking place right here, right now this evening, because of the work, because of the partnerships, because of the passion of the people that believe this is key to young people's future.”
Author talks about banned books, censorship September 22, 2016

Author talks about banned books, censorship

• By Alyssa Harvey – BG Daily News
Author Molly Harper spoke about censorship and banned books to about 115 people Tuesday at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College. The event was part of the college’s activities for Banned Book Week, which is Sunday through Oct. 1.