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Classes at Bluegrass Community and Technical College (all campuses) are cancelled today (Sunday, December 8, 2013). Proctored Exams for online students are also cancelled.[more info]
David Ingordo, a well-respected bloodstock agent known across the country, will be speaking to NARA and FCPS students in the Equine Studies program at Locust Trace AgriScience Farm Dec. 10.
Lexington mayor Jim Gray held a press conference at BCTC’s Newtown campus to talk about the improvements on West Fourth Street as the road opened to two-way traffic.
The Course Evaluations for Fall and Fall II 2013 are up and available. This survey is completely anonymous. The identity of who did or did not complete the survey is not released. The survey will close on December 6, 2013.
Baker Iron & Metal graciously donated thousands of pounds of metal, selected by Expressive Program artists, which was then transported to the BCTC welding department where students have created 16 unique artistic panels as a semester long project.
More than 700 Latino, immigrant and refugee students are expected to attend the 9th Latino/Multicultural College Fair (LMCF) at the University of Louisville Student Activities Center from 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Friday, Nov. 15.
Nearly 500 active military and veteran students are currently taking classes at Bluegrass Community and Technical College.
Central Kentuckians can have their names on a beautiful brick path leading to the future BCTC Administration Building on the Newtown Campus. Money raised through brick sales will be used to fund scholarships and a variety of campus development projects.
For the second consecutive year, BCTC-NARA has been invited to participate in the HH Sheikh Mansoor Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival November 6 – 11.
BCTC's Newtown Classroom Building has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy as part of the Better Buildings Challenge.
The Bluegrass Chapter of APICS, The Association of Operations Management, chose Ted F. Nicholson, project manager, BCTC Workforce Solutions, as Individual of the Year and BCTC’s Workforce Solutions program as its Organization of the Year for the fiscal year 2012.