Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) is set to launch a new transfer
initiative that will assist students in obtaining under-graduate degrees.
The college will host a Transfer Fair on Monday, November 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
in the Student Center on the Prestonsburg campus. The event will feature representatives
from 11 schools from across the state and the launch of the new College Fish program.
College Fish is a college completion and transfer program designed to assist students
in researching, organizing and planning for transfer. A website-based program (www.collegefish.org),
College Fish offers those who enroll with access to online learning resources and
$37 million in transfer scholarships.
Weve been very proactive in establishing relationship with our state and private schools
in regards to students transferring, said Leslie Bays, a counselor at Big Sandy Community
and Technical College. With our Go2Transfer program, students can get their basics
and transfer with ease to schools across the state. This makes us a very affordable
option in regards to a college education.
Students participating in Mondays event will be able to register for College Fish
and register for a variety of prizes, including a transfer scholarship.
College Fish is supported by Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society for
For more information on College Fish, contact Bays at (606) 886-7391 or by email at