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The Kentucky Community and Technical College System is an equal educational and employment opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of; race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, family medical history, or genetic information. Further, we vigilantly prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation, parental status, marital status, political affiliation, military service, or any other non-merit based factor.

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Dr. Alan Scheibmeir named Interim President December 9, 2016

Dr. Alan Scheibmeir named Interim President

President Jay Box has named Dr. Alan Scheibmeir interim president/CEO at BSCTC.
Appalachian Regional Commission Co-Chair Earl Gohl visits BSCTC December 2, 2016

Appalachian Regional Commission Co-Chair Earl Gohl visits BSCTC

Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Co-Chair Earl F. Gohl visited Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) as part of the National Association of Community College Entrepreneurship’s (NACCE) conference.
Big Dreams, Big Sandy: Hensley accepted to Marshall University College of Pharmacy December 2, 2016

Big Dreams, Big Sandy: Hensley accepted to Marshall University College of Pharmacy

“When you have a dream of something, and it is validated, it all comes into perspective.”
Stephenson named president of Northwest Florida State College November 7, 2016

Stephenson named president of Northwest Florida State College

“Big Sandy Community and Technical College is much bigger than me or any one employee,” said Stephenson. “It is about a group of dedicated individuals committed to impacting our region one student, one opportunity at a time. I have no doubt that this college will continue to excel and remain one of the premiere community and technical colleges in the country.”
Menjivari named student success coach at BSCTC September 30, 2016

Menjivari named student success coach at BSCTC

“It has been exciting,” said Menjivari, who started on July 11. “I want to build relationships with students, listen and recommend an appropriate path for them.”