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Colbi Johnson: Giving Her All for Service

Colbi Johnson is an Alice Lloyd College sophomore who is a Knott County, Kentucky native seizing the opportunity to be a force of change in Central Appalachia by becoming a servant leader.  A 2016 graduate of Hazard High School, she excelled in both academic and athletic pursuits. Colbi was offered scholarships to a wide array of schools; however, based upon her mother’s experiences at Alice Lloyd College, she knew that there was a local school where she could “stay close, yet go far.”

A New ALC Student’s Thoughts on College Life

The annual ALC New Student Summer Orientation, held every June, gives new students and their families an opportunity to better acquaint themselves with the ALC community. One member of the class of 2022, Callie Chaney, followed the event by writing about how and why she chose to attend ALC.

ALC Hosts 2018 New Student Summer Orientation

by Jerri Whitner, Student Contributor Every summer Alice Lloyd College helps new students and their families to transition smoothly into college by hosting a New Student Summer Orientation. This year’s event was held on June 16th, and in...

Alice Lloyd College President Receives 2018 Private Individual Award

Dr. Joe A. Stepp, president of Alice Lloyd College, has been announced as the recipient of the 2018 Private Individual Award by the East Kentucky Leadership Foundation (EKLF). The award honors individuals whose private service is dedicated to the betterment of the region, and it is one of seven awards presented by the East Kentucky Leadership Foundation each year.

ALC Impact Club Hosts 5K Fundraiser and Cookout

On Wednesday, April 11th the ALC Impact Club hosted a 5k run and cookout event to raise money for a local community member, Shauna Yoder. Shauna was born with arthrogryposis, a condition that affects her joints and muscles. She recently had to purchase a new van and...

Keep the Faith: Mo Anderson Speaks at ALC

by Jerri Whitner, Student Contributor Alice Lloyd College had the honor of hosting Mrs. Mo Anderson and her husband of sixty-years, Richard, during convocation on April 3rd. Mo Anderson is both Co-Owner and Vice Chairman of the Board for Keller Williams Realty, the...

Dr. Lenore Pollard: Unwavering Commitment

Alice Lloyd College’s business program coordinator, Dr. Lenore Pollard is a woman of many talents and titles. While she is the Faculty President, Quality Enhancement Program (QEP) Coordinator, and Leadership Coordinator, Dr. Pollard considers “mom” is still her most prestigious title. In fact, family has always played a major role in her life.

ALC Announces New Choir Director and Faculty Member

Alice Lloyd College is pleased to announce the addition of Wendy Saylor as a full-time faculty member. Mrs. Saylor will serve ALC as a Music Instructor and assume the responsibilities of the Voices of Appalachia Choir Director beginning in the fall of 2018.

ALC Impact Club Volunteers at Local Ministry

Neither snow nor rain stopped the ALC Impact Club from spending their afternoon volunteering at Bethel Mennonite Camp this past Saturday, March 24. Under the direction of faculty sponsor, Dr. Janelle Pryor, and club president, Jessica Reed, the group of...

Celebrating Our History: ALC’s Second St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The cold weather did not hinder the excitement or stop the procession of ALC’s second annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Thursday, March 8. ALC history professor Dr. Stephen Wilson and his St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee, which consists of students, faculty, and staff, planned to make it better than last year’s parade by including a bagpipe player as well as several additional floats.