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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

SKYCTC TO HOST AREA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR SKILLSUSA REGION 5 COMPETITION February 27, 2015

SKYCTC TO HOST AREA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR SKILLSUSA REGION 5 COMPETITION

Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College and the Warren County Area Technology Center will host this year’s Region 5 SkillsUSA competition on Friday February 27, 2015. Region 5 schools include; Allen County Technology Center, Barren County Area Technology Center (ATC), Butler County ATC, Franklin-Simpson Vocational Center, Monroe County ATC, Russellville ATC, and the Warren County ATC.
Empty bowls and full hearts February 26, 2015

Empty bowls and full hearts

By LAUREL WILSON lwilson@bgdailynews.com
Hundreds of guests at the Empty Bowls Event, which raises money for local food pantries, picked one of 750 bowls and ate meals of soup and bread donated by restaurants. They took home the bowl as a reminder that people face hunger daily. SKYCTC faculty and staff as well as the culinary students prepared and served the food.
KCTCS ANNOUNCES NEW CHANCELLOR February 25, 2015

KCTCS ANNOUNCES NEW CHANCELLOR

Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) President Jay Box today announced Dr. Rhonda Tracy has been named KCTCS chancellor effective April 16.
SKYCTC CULINARY ARTS STUDENT SELECTED BY KENTUCKY RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION AS CULINARY STUDENT OF THE YEAR February 12, 2015

SKYCTC CULINARY ARTS STUDENT SELECTED BY KENTUCKY RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION AS CULINARY STUDENT OF THE YEAR

Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College Culinary Arts student, Kelsea Leigh Wilson, was recently named the Kentucky Restaurant Association (KRA) Culinary Student of the Year at the eighth annual KRA Restaurateur’s Gala.
SKYCTC Board Member Mike Murphy Added to Jr. Achievement Business Hall of Fame February 11, 2015

SKYCTC Board Member Mike Murphy Added to Jr. Achievement Business Hall of Fame

BOWLING GREEN, KY (WBKO) -- Two local business leaders will be inducted into Junior Achievement’s South Central Kentucky Business Hall of Fame on Friday, March 6 at 7:30 a.m. at a breakfast presented by BB&T at the Knicely Conference Center in Bowling Green. Jim Johnson and Mike Murphy were selected.