Following a screening process, one deserving student at BCTC-NARA will be awarded a new scholarship recently created by the IFHRA at its General Assembly meeting held in Warsaw, Poland.
Students enrolled in Fall 2015 classes are eligible to sign up for a payment plan with no money down (only upfront cost is a $25 set up fee paid directly to Nelnet Business Services). Deadline to sign up with a no money down tuition payment plan is July 10th.
The partnership will help students who do not initially meet Georgetown College admission requirements.
The Spring 2015 Dean’s List at BCTC has 1146 students from 92 counties, 13 states, and one foreign country.
On May 9, after two years of hard work, Garett Davies will graduate not only from Henry Clay High School with his diploma, but will also receive his Associate in Science degree from BCTC.
Presidents Dr. Augusta Julian of BCTC and Dr. Gary Ransdell of WKU signed a joint admissions agreement that will pave the way for BCTC students to have an easier path to a bachelor’s degree at WKU.
Ebony Nava, a BCTC student, has been awarded the 2015 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation (JKCF) Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
Dr. Augusta Julian, President of BCTC will attend the White House Upskill Summit on Friday, April 24.