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Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College’s President, faculty, and staff are committed to providing you with opportunities for success.  Our offices and departments are dedicated to supporting all of your needs from before you get here to after you graduate.   Southeast is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and offers a wide range of classroom and online course options through each of our five campuses in Cumberland, Harlan, Middlesboro, Pineville, and Whitesburg.  There is a campus near to you! 

Southeast offers you a wide range of academic, technical, and cultural programs to meet your needs.  Our academic transfer programs offer Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degrees that transfer very easily to four-year institutions.   We have certificate programs that fit together with your current employment so you can advance or open the door to a new career.  We also offer a wide range of cultural opportunities for you to engage in, such as community art and theater productions, while learning more about the history, culture, and traditions of southeast Kentucky and Appalachia.

If you are serious about having a successful college experience leading great future, Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College is your best choice for continuing your education.  Let us help you.  Apply now or contact us!

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Southeast Scholars enjoy successful camp and trip June 25, 2015

Southeast Scholars enjoy successful camp and trip

Southeast Scholars, a program for local youth in grades 7 through 12, is operated by Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College along with support from donors and from college endowment resources. The mission of the program, according to coordinator Sandra Brown, is to assist the students in their quest to attend college by providing support and skills vital for each to become a collegian.  

Southeast Scholars visit Washington June 23, 2015

Southeast Scholars visit Washington

Kentucky Congressman Andy Barr spoke with students enrolled in the Southeast Scholars Program who were in Washington, D.C. recently as part of their week-long summer camp. The Southeast Scholars program, operated by Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, is for local students grades 7 through 12.
Gipe’s book ‘Trampoline’ drawing praises June 22, 2015

Gipe’s book ‘Trampoline’ drawing praises

Robert Gipe, the director of the Appalachian Program at Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, was the speaker recently for a meeting of the Harlan Arts Council where he read passages from his book “Trampoline.” The book, released in early spring by the Ohio University Press, has been well received and is being hailed by acclaimed Appalachian authors Gurney Norman and Silas House as a masterful and original work.
History is coming alive, radio program produced by SKCTC staff is triumph June 5, 2015

History is coming alive, radio program produced by SKCTC staff is triumph

A ground-breaking program billed as “History Alive” is booming across the radio airwaves of southeastern Kentucky. Produced by Phyllis Sizemore, curator of the Kentucky Coal Mining Museum located at Benham and by Therese Osborne, the Appalachian Program facilitator for Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, the program airs weekly over WCPM-AM in Cumberland and alternate weeks on the Appalshop station WMMT-FM in Whitesburg.
Selling to the World Expo June 3, 2015

Selling to the World Expo

Existing and aspiring small-business owners can learn how to harness the power of the Web to sell their products and market their business to statewide, national, and global customers—and get innovative business-planning assistance—at the second Selling to the World Expo coming to Middlesboro, Ky.