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January 22, 2016
Maysville Community and Technical College has lost a significant amount of state funding over the last several years and business leaders are stepping up to let legislators know they agree with Governor Matt Bevin that Kentucky can do better. Several local business leaders are serving as Business Champions as part of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System’s (KCTCS) Fuel the Force campaign, which is asking for restoration of postsecondary education funding.
December 16, 2015
Maysville Community and Technical College is launching a new semester of College Central Network (CCN), which is an internet-based job search tool for students and alumni of MCTC. “College Central is unique because it is only open to our students and alumni,” states Robert Boone, Director of the Career Development and Experiential Learning Center at MCTC. In addition to job postings, College Central has career-related resources to help students build a resume, practice interviewing techniques, and search for jobs, among other topics.
December 8, 2015
Dr. Juston Pate, Maysville Community and Technical College’s provost, has released the Dean's list and the President’s Honors list for full and part-time students for the fall 2015 semester.  MCTC offers associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates in nearly 30 programs of study with classes offered on the Maysville Campus, the Licking Valley Campus in Cynthiana, the Rowan Campus in Morehead and the Montgomery Campus in Mt. Sterling as well as online.
November 23, 2015
The lobby of the Calvert Center of Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) has come alive with 134 pieces of artwork from 56 high school students spread throughout the region. The artwork, part of the 16th annual High School Art Competition, will be on display in the Fields lobby of the Calvert Center for public viewing through December 11.
November 18, 2015
MCTC will host a graduation celebration on Thursday, December 3rd to recognize students who have achieved ‘graduate’ status after successfully completing the summer 2015 or fall 2015 semester. The event will start at 6:00 p.m. in the VanMeter Student Center on the Maysville Campus and is open to MCTC students from all campuses.
November 5, 2015

Maysville—The Practical Nursing (PN) Student Nurse Association at Maysville Community and Technical is pleased to announce their newly elected student officers: President, Tricia Grierson; Vice President, Quay McDaniel; Secretary, Tiffany Shepherd; Treasurer, Nancy Gallenstein; Co-Historians Nicole Lykins and Anna Pecina; and Parliamentarian, Rose Hunt. The group’s adviser is Debbie Nolder.

November 4, 2015
Morehead, KY-A check in the amount of $500,000 was presented to Maysville Community and Technical College from the Appalachian Regional Commission on Friday afternoon. The funds came as a result of a successful grant application submitted through Gateway Area Development District on behalf of MCTC.
October 20, 2015
Maysville, KY-Although rainy weather forced the event inside, it didn’t stop the nearly ninety community members from attending the “Breaking the Chains – Erasing the Stigma” Mental Health Awareness Event last Friday evening at MCTC. What started as a suicide awareness event, broadened to focus on addictions, domestic violence, sexual abuse, suicide and mental health as well.
October 20, 2015
Dayton Power and Light-AES has committed $26,000 to MCTC for the formation of a Center for Career Development and Experiential Learning on the Maysville Campus. In essence, the Center will connect talented individuals with open positions. While many folks are struggling to find work, employers are begging for skilled talent to fill their open positions and move their businesses forward.
October 20, 2015
Maysville, Ky. – Don’t know what to do with your used mobile phones and accessories? Here’s a great way to get rid of them while helping others. Drop them off at any MCTC campus from Oct. 12 – Nov. 13 to assist victims of domestic violence. MCTC is participating in the statewide HopeLine from Verizon project and has collection boxes set up at each campus: Rowan, Licking Valley, Montgomery and Maysville. Faculty, staff, students and community members may donate any type of phone from any carrier.
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