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Alice Lloyd College Recognized Nationally for Tuition Guarantee

Alice Lloyd College and its promise to provide a low cost, quality education to Appalachian students in our 108-county service area, has once again received national recognition.  A recent article from U.S. News and World Report places Alice Lloyd College on a list of colleges that make a greater financial commitment to their students than any other institution in the country. 

Alumni Spotlight: Dena Sparkman

When you ask Dena Sparkman, Community CEO of Whitesburg ARH, what her greatest accomplishment is, you might be shocked to hear the answer.  With an undergraduate degree in biology, a residency at Duke University and a host of other academic and business...

Two ALC Students Honored as Ledford Scholars

by Jerri Whitner, Student Contributor On September 30th two ALC students, Keaton Morton, a Senior Accounting major, and Madison Carpenter, a Junior Education major, were honored as Ledford Scholars at the 2017 Appalachian College Association’s (ACA) Fall Summit. Under...

ALC Celebrates 100 Years of the Caney Creek Community Center

On October 14th the ALC community gathered for Alice Lloyd College’s Appalachia Day Homecoming. In addition to the celebration of ALC’s mountain heritage, Appalachia Day also honored the 100th anniversary of the Caney Creek Community Center. Along with the traditional music, crafts, food, and alumni games that characterize Appalachia Day, a special program for the Centennial was held at 1 o’clock in the Campbell Arts Center.

Alice Lloyd College Athletics Welcomes Three New Members to Hall of Fame Class of 2017

On Saturday, October 14, 2017, Alice Lloyd College welcomed three individuals into its Athletic Hall of Fame.  The induction ceremony took place on the college campus at the Grady Nutt Athletic Center as part of the annual Appalachia Day Homecoming activities. This year’s inductees were: Gemma Gray-Parks, Tommy McKenzie, and Bobby Dustin Ratliff.

Alice Lloyd College Hosts Ms. Jean R. Hale

On Tuesday, October 3rd, Alice Lloyd College was privileged to host Ms. Jean R. Hale of Pikeville, KY. Ms. Hale is chairman, president, and CEO of Community Trust Bancorp, Inc.  She has served Community Trust for almost 50 years and has participated in the growth of the corporation from $18 million in assets to over $4 billion in assets.