Online Education

Average Costs to Get a Teaching Degree Online (With Examples)
Average Costs to Get a Teaching Degree Online (With Examples)

It is easier than ever to get a teaching degree online from the comfort of your own home. If you are considering taking that first step to becoming a teacher, you might be wondering how expensive it will be to get your teaching degree online.. You can get your bachelor’s teaching degree online for $40,000-$60,000...

Jan 21, 2021
Online vs Traditional Degrees: What You Should Know
Online vs Traditional Degrees: What You Should Know

Are you a fan of online learning and the flexibility of taking class at any time of the day? If so, earning a degree online may be the best decision you’ve ever made. More students are choosing online degrees over traditional degrees than ever before. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, more than...

Jan 18, 2021
The Best Online Colleges in Ohio
The Best Online Colleges in Ohio

Attending college is no longer restricted to physical campuses as it was decades ago. Now, you can attend classes online at both traditional universities and new online colleges. Online learning is an excellent way to learn from home, while managing work, family, and business responsibilities. Additionally, online classes are a great way to keep physical...

Jan 25, 2021
Best Online MBA Programs in Ohio
Best Online MBA Programs in Ohio

The MBA is a popular degree amongst business professionals interested in propelling their careers. However, pursuing an MBA can be time-consuming and difficult to balance with a part-time or full-time job. There’s good news. With the rise of online learning, it’s easier than ever to get your MBA through an online program. Let’s explore some...

Jan 25, 2021
Best Online MBA Programs in Kentucky
Best Online MBA Programs in Kentucky

In Kentucky, there many places where you can earn your MBA, including the University of Kentucky and University of Louisville. However, many professionals wish to earn their degrees online and in their own time. While some people have embraced online learning as a result of COVID-19, the trend towards online MBA programs began long before...

Jan 25, 2021
8 Kentucky Online Colleges and Reviews
8 Kentucky Online Colleges and Reviews

When it comes to online degrees, Kentucky offers its residents plenty of choices. The state has invested heavily in its remote study options. This is evident in the number of renowned state and private universities providing online education for students at all stages of life and all higher education levels.. Of course, that choice also...

Jan 25, 2021
The Best Online Singing Courses For Every Skill Level
The Best Online Singing Courses For Every Skill Level

Many people believe that you are either born with the ability to sing, or you aren’t. However, nothing could be further from the truth. The fact is, with the right instruction and a little hard work, anyone can learn the skills needed to improve their singing. . Whether you want to impress your friends at karaoke,...

Jan 25, 2021
Best Online Baking Courses
Best Online Baking Courses

Baking has experienced a huge resurgence in popularity over the last few years. We can thank more time at home and a batch of charming British baking shows for the bevy of baked goods appearing on kitchen counters everywhere. At-home bakers are flexing their skills to create the best biscuits, cakes, cookies, and bread. While...

Dec 18, 2020
High School Drivers Education Classes to Continue
High School Drivers Education Classes to Continue

GREENVILLE, Ky. — The Muhlenberg County School Board voted to keep high school drivers education classes during its regular meeting Monday, June 8 Felix Martin Hall Jr. Hall at the Muhlenberg County High School West Campus.. During the public participation segment of the meeting, Mark Coats, a driver’s education teacher for the district, shared information...

Dec 17, 2020
KCTCS Colleges, System Office Prepare to Go Tobacco Free
KCTCS Colleges, System Office Prepare to Go Tobacco Free

KENTUCKY — The Kentucky Community and Technical College System will kick off its tobacco-free campaign today as people around the state and nation participate in the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout.. The KCTCS System Office in Versailles will enforce the ban on Jan. 1 for all staff and visitors. Smoking cessation classes will be...

Nov 11, 2020
KCTCS Colleges Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with Statewide Events
KCTCS Colleges Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with Statewide Events

KENTUCKY — The Kentucky Community and Technical College System’s 16 colleges and System Office will observe Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., day by sponsoring or participating in events across the state.. In addition, KCTCS is celebrating its fifth annual statewide Super Sunday initiative Sunday, Feb. 22.. Super Sunday is a recruitment event to promote higher...

Nov 11, 2020
Cairo Elementary Visits Colleges Today
Cairo Elementary Visits Colleges Today

HENDERSON, KY. —Today, April 20th, all Cairo 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders will visit colleges to learn more about their post-high school options. 3rd graders will travel to Kentucky Wesleyan, 4th graders to Henderson Community College, and 5th graders will go to Western Kentucky University.. This is the second year that Cairo students have participated...

Nov 11, 2020
HCC President Selbe Elected to American Association of Community Colleges’ Board of Directors
HCC President Selbe Elected to American Association of Community Colleges’ Board of Directors

HOPKINSVILLE, KY. – Hopkinsville Community College President Jim Selbe was recently approved as a new board member of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) during the organization’s annual convention in Orlando, Florida. Selbe is one of 10 new members for its 32-member board of directors. The board determines policy for the association and oversees...

Nov 11, 2020
Hopkinsville Community College Ranked Among ‘Best Community Colleges’
Hopkinsville Community College Ranked Among ‘Best Community Colleges’

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. — Hopkinsville Community College officials recently received notification that the college has achieved rankings in “Best Community Colleges” by WalletHub. HCC ranked 24th in a tie with Columbia-Greene Community College in the “Best Community College in the U.S.” list and second in the state of Kentucky..  “We are excited to be recognized for...

Nov 11, 2020
Ky. Colleges, Universities Confer Record Number of Degrees, Credentials
Ky. Colleges, Universities Confer Record Number of Degrees, Credentials

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky’s public and independent colleges and universities conferred a record 65,829 degrees and credentials during the 2015-16 year, representing a 2.7 percent increase from the previous year and a 32.5 percent gain over 10 years.. Council President Bob King said, “All of our institutions have been implementing strategic initiatives that have helped...

Nov 11, 2020
HCC among 30 Colleges listed as Bellwether Award Finalist
HCC among 30 Colleges listed as Bellwether Award Finalist

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. — The Community College Futures Assembly issued a call for Bellwether Award nominations in the fall of 2018 and 30 finalist colleges in three categories were competitively chosen from the applicants. Hopkinsville Community College was among that list of finalists.. The field of Bellwether nominations was very competitive this year with over 200...

Nov 11, 2020
Hopkinsville Community College Ranks 17th among Military Times Best Colleges
Hopkinsville Community College Ranks 17th among Military Times Best Colleges

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. — Military Times has announced its Military Times Best: Colleges 2018 rankings, formerly known as Best for Vets.. Hopkinsville Community College is ranked 17th in the two-year college list. HCC has been included in the list for eight consecutive years, since the Military Times’ rankings began. “We are honored to again be included in...

Nov 11, 2020