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March 25, 2016
Earlier this month thousands of spectators poured into the Arena at Montgomery County High School for the 10th region boys basketball tournament. Amongst the crowd were twelve high school students, fully intending to watch the games, not be part of the action. For the first time in history, Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) partnered with the Kentucky High School Athletic Association to create a unique and fun way to award six full tuition scholarships towards an associate degree.
March 23, 2016
When you talk to Sarah Elam, you will observe instantly that she has a laid-back and easygoing spirit about her. However, as you really get to know her, you soon realize that under that soft-spoken voice and sweet smile lies a determined, unstoppable young woman. The RCSHS senior, along with classmates Nicole Plank and Sarah Purdy, will earn an Associate in Science degree from Maysville Community and Technical College, immediately following high school graduation this spring.
March 16, 2016
Sarah Purdy excels not only on the basketball court for the Rowan County Senior High School Lady Vikings but also as a full-time college student. This spring, Purdy plans to walk across the stage to receive a high school diploma, and then attend commencement ceremonies at Maysville Community and Technical College to receive an Associate in Science degree.
March 7, 2016
Nicole Plank is not your average high school student. This spring, Nicole will be graduating from Rowan County Senior High School with her high school diploma. After she walks across the stage, she will attend the Maysville Community and Technical College commencement ceremonies to receive her Associate in Science degree. The Early College pilot program at RCSHS, along with continuous hard work, has afforded Nicole this opportunity.
February 22, 2016
Frankfort, KY-Business leaders from across the region concerned about the loss of funding to Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) and the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) made their voices heard on Thursday, February 18. The rally took place in the Capitol Rotunda and was part of the KCTCS Fuel the Force initiative, a statewide advocacy campaign, led by business leaders to inform elected officials about the dire need of increased public postsecondary education state appropriations.
February 19, 2016
Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC), the local UK Cooperative Extensions and Ohio State University, invites all families and community members to a free evening of education and fun for all ages. Farm and Family Night will be held Tuesday, March 8th, from 5:00 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. on the Maysville Campus of MCTC with dinner starting at 5:00 pm. Farm Credit Services of Mid-America is the title sponsor for the event.
February 10, 2016
Maysville Community and Technical College is now offering a 6-month, hands-on welding certification on the Maysville Campus. Graduates from the program will receive the KCTCS American Welding Society National Skills Standards-Level 1 certificate and be proficient in the following areas: MIG Welding, TIG Welding, Oxyfuel Welding, Blueprint Reading, Cutting Systems, OSHA 30 Certification and CPR/First Aid Certification. Assistance with job placement upon completion of the program is provided.
February 10, 2016
A new career opportunity is available at Maysville Community & Technical College. Driven by local industry through the Northeast KY FAME Chapter, the program is a “work and learn” experience in Advanced Manufacturing Technician (AMT).
February 8, 2016

Registration for midterm classes is going on now for new and current students at Maysville Community and Technical College. The deadline to register is March 7th and classes begin on March 14th. Classes are available on campus and online. More information can be obtained by visiting the MCTC Admissions page or by contacting one of MCTC’s Admission Specialists at 606-759-7141...

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.
 
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