A new facility that will help adults pursue a college degree will open next month in west Louisville. The Signature Partnership Education Center will be located in Parrish Hall on the Simmons College campus. Simmons and three other Louisville-based institutions—-Spalding University, the University of Louisville, and Jefferson Community and Technical College—are partners in the effort.… Continue reading Institutions Join Forces To Help Adults Prepare for College
Jefferson Community and Technical College announced plans to expand its downtown campus today. The new campus vision was first launched at the unveiling in August of the $25.6 million health sciences building. President Tony Newberry says he wants to increase the school’s downtown footprint, going against the trend of most community colleges around the nation,… Continue reading JCTC Announces Plans for Downtown Campus Expansion
Two Hoosiers and two Kentuckians will be attend the first-ever White House Summit on Community Colleges Tuesday in Washington. The summit will be focused mainly on improving education accessibility and attainment.
Dozens of faculty members in the Jefferson Community and Technical College system have voted in favor of a resolution of no confidence in response to a new statewide tenure policy. The resolution is aimed at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System’s Board of Regents and system president Michael McCall. Last month, regents approved a… Continue reading No Confidence Resolution Approved At JCTC
Faculty members in the Jefferson Community and Technical College system will vote on a no confidence resolution in response to a new tenure policy. The no-confidence vote, scheduled for Friday morning, is aimed at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents and KCTCS President Michael McCall. Last month, the board voted to… Continue reading JCTC Faculty To Consider No Confidence Resolution