ALC sophomore guard Haley Hall, from Grayson, Kentucky, has been named River States Conference Player of the Week and NCCAA DI Student-Athlete of the Week for her outstanding play in two River States Conference matchups. Hall helped lead the Lady Eagles to two wins...
Shane Caudill, a native of Knott County, Kentucky, is a sophomore Business Administration major at Alice Lloyd College. When speaking of the College community, Shane states, “I’ve lived in Pippa Passes for almost my entire life, and Alice Lloyd College has been a part of it for just as long. Many of my family work here as employees, and I know many of the faculty and staff personally. This is one of the biggest benefits of having a smaller campus; you can interact with the staff and instructors directly. You never feel like you’re just another student, and it’s one of the reasons I chose to continue my education here.”
Assistant Professor of Business Denise Jacobs first set foot on the Purpose Road in 1982, and she has been a member of the Alice Lloyd College family ever since. Denise graduated in 1986 with a degree in Business Administration and went on to get her MBA at Morehead State. She continually believes that the mission of Alice Lloyd College changed her life forever.
With the smooth start of another semester, Alice Lloyd College opened the doors of its convocation series on Tuesday, January 15th. As always, students, staff, and faculty members were met with positive words from President Joe Stepp regarding the ongoing projects on campus. Plans to updates buildings such as the Campbell Arts Center and the Anderson Science Center as well as completion of streetlamp installation, improvements to parking areas, and preparations for a new women’s dormitory were all featured in the president’s encouraging address. “We are very blessed… we are not trying to get bigger, just better and stronger,” is what President Stepp had to say about the new developments that will undoubtedly further provide the students with the commodities and atmosphere to strive for success.
Alice Lloyd College would like to congratulate the following students for earning a high level of academic distinction during the Fall 2018 semester. We encourage you to submit an announcement of your achievement to your hometown newspaper. Download the...
On December 8th, Alice Lloyd College’s Campus Ministry along with several community members delivered over 100 blankets to the residents at both the Knott County Health and Rehabilitation Center and the Hazard Health and Rehabilitation Center.
by Jerri Whitner, Student Contributor Alice Lloyd College has provided for children around the world for a number of years through Operation Christmas Child, an organization that collects festive red and green shoeboxes filled with gifts for boys and...
Alice Lloyd College was recognized by Forbes Magazine on the list of “75 Colleges With Free Or Reduced Tuition.” Forbes acknowledged Alice Lloyd College’s unique Appalachian Leadership Scholarship, which guarantees the full cost of tuition to students who reside in ALC’s 108-county service area. ALC was listed among prestigious institutions such as Harvard University, Princeton University, Stanford University, and Yale University.
Over 100 years after the founding of the Caney Creek Community Center, educators are still arriving on Caney Creek from all over the world to fulfill Mrs. Lloyd’s mission to educate the leaders of the Appalachian region. One such professor is Dr. Sigrid Greene, whose career and commitment to education has taken her across the globe, from Europe to Pippa Passes.
Point Lookout, MO: The Running Eagles of Alice Lloyd College, under the guidance of Coach Brandon Arnold, traveled to Missouri for the NCCAA Division II National Cross Country Championship meet held in Point Lookout. This year’s host was College of the Ozarks. The...
Greenville, SC: The NCCAA is pleased to announce John Driskill of Alice Lloyd College as the 2018 Wheeler Award Recipient for Division II Men’s Cross Country. Driskill joined the Eagles cross country team his sophomore year with no previous running experience. That...
Alice Lloyd College students, along with their various campus organizations, brought an abundance of smiles to hundreds of area children this Halloween as they hosted the ninth annual “Trunk-or-Treat” across campus.
Emily Burgin is a junior from Lee County, Virginia, majoring in Accounting and Business Management with plans of attending Law School upon graduation. Like many Alice Lloyd College students, she came from a financially challenged background, yet this rough start has not and will not limit her aspirations.
On September 21st, Alice Lloyd College held the twenty-second annual Alumna and Alumnus of the Year banquet in the historical Cushing Hall. The banquet recognized two Alumni for their exemplification of the core values of the Purpose Road Philosophy. Mabel Childers (Class of 1954) and Dr. Clenon Turner (Class of 1961) gathered with family and friends to celebrate their lives of service.
Like many Kentuckians, basketball for the ALC Eagles Men’s Coach, JR Hammond, is not just a sport – it is a way of life. In the midst of every rebound retrieved, every shot blocked, and every play called, Coach Hammond finds the epitome of what he sees as the keys to a successful life.
On September 18th, Alice Lloyd College held a dedication ceremony for the naming of the Joseph W. Craft III School of Business and Appalachian Leadership. Joe Craft, President and CEO of Alliance Resources Partners LP, attended and spoke to the students, faculty, and staff on his Appalachian upbringing and his personal insights into achieving success in life.
On September 15th, Alice Lloyd College hosted the first ever Great Caney Hackathon. The student participants were given a problem to solve concerning specific issues concerning health and education in Appalachia. Over a 24 hour period, the students relentlessly worked in groups and individually with professors to generate solutions to the challenge placed before them.
On September 11th, Alice Lloyd College held the Opening Convocation for the 2018 fall semester.