For the 3rd year in row your Jefferson Academic Team finished 5th in the country down here in Atlanta at the Community College Championship Tournament.
Nine JCTC students won a whopping total of twenty-one Students ADDY's (American Advertising Awards) at the 40th Annual Louie Awards competition, including a Judges' Choice Award.
Statewide program seeks to increase African American enrollment. Now in its fourth year, Super Sunday, a statewide college recruiting event aimed at African American students and families continues to grow. The 2014 Super Sunday, set for February 23, will involve about 44 churches across Kentucky and several thousand participants.
The college rarely closes for snow or other bad weather but often uses a delayed start schedule. For more information, please view the JCTC Inclement Weather Policy.
JCTC Chef Damaris Phillips’s show on the Food Network premiers Sunday, October 27, at 10:30 a.m. It is called “Southern at Heart.”
Thanks to a $3 million, three-year National Science Foundation grant, Jefferson Community & Technical College is now home to the National Geospatial Technology Center of Excellence, or shorter, the National GeoTech Center.
Three from Jefferson Community and Technical College were recognized for their outstanding work at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System’s annual New Horizons conference last month. JCTC’s honorees were Rhonda Orman, administrative assistant for business affairs; Susan Carlisle, campus director, Carrollton Campus; and Angie Riley, assistant professor of pharmacy technology.
Three Jefferson faculty and staff members were recognized for their leadership, achievements and dedication to the college at the KCTCS New Horizons award ceremony on May 14 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville.