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April 2, 2015

KCTCS PRESIDENT VISITS BSCTC FOR STATEWIDE COLLEGE LISTENING TOUR

Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) President Jay Box will visit Big Sandy Community and Technical College on Thursday, April 2 as part of a statewide listening tour to seek input for the KCTCS 2016-22 strategic plan.
March 31, 2015

BSCTC OFFERS IT TRAININGS ONLINE THROUGH ED2GO PROGRAM

Big Sandy Community and Technical College is offering a variety of information technology courses virtually through its Ed2Go program.
AFFRILACHIAN POET BIANCA SPRIGGS - March 30 March 30, 2015

AFFRILACHIAN POET BIANCA SPRIGGS - March 30

The Library Seminar Series and Office of Cultural Diversity at Big Sandy Community and Technical College  will present Affrilachian poet Bianca Spriggs at 1:50 p.m., Monday, March 30, at the Dr. Michael B. and Carolyn S. McCall Art Gallery on the Prestonsburg campus.
EKSC TO HOST NANODAYS MARCH 28 March 28, 2015

EKSC TO HOST NANODAYS MARCH 28

The East Kentucky Science Center and Planetarium, powered by Appalachian Wireless, is one of only three science centers in Kentucky to host a national festival of educational programs focused on nanoscale science and engineering on Saturday, March 28 on the Prestonsburg campus of Big Sandy Community and Technical College.
ROWLAND TAKES ADVANTAGE OF AFFORDABILITY, CONVENIENCE OF BSCTC March 27, 2015

ROWLAND TAKES ADVANTAGE OF AFFORDABILITY, CONVENIENCE OF BSCTC

“I didn’t want to go to college and have to work to pay a second mortgage in student loans,” said Rowland, chuckling. “I wanted an affordable option to a college education.”