Visitors are always welcome on Caney Creek! Words and photographs can never communicate the uniqueness of Alice Lloyd College and the magnificent beauty of the eastern Kentucky mountains the way a personal visit can. If you ever have the opportunity to come to Kentucky, or if you just want to plan a trip dedicated to seeing our campus firsthand, please call ahead and let us know you are coming. We will put together a special itinerary just for you, including any of the following:
Guided Tour of Campus—One of our staff members will take you on a walking tour of campus where you can see both historical and contemporary facilities, visit our bookstore for a souvenir, enjoy a meal in our cafeteria or simply sit on an outdoor bench and enjoy the peaceful, slow-paced, small-college atmosphere.
Miracle on Caney Creek Video—Enjoy a 30-minute video about the College, its founders, and its students in the “Founder’s Room” amidst antiques, relics, and College memorabilia.
Driving Tour of the Community—See Pippa Passes up close — the hills, hollows, creeks, flora and fauna — and meet some local residents, if desired.
Student Panel—Meet some of our students and hear about their dreams and goals.
Guest Lodging in “Miss June’s House” or “If” Guest Houses— Overnight housing is available upon request and availability, so call ahead.
Meet the President—President Stepp enjoys meeting our guests, so be sure to ask if he is on campus when you arrive.
Getting to our campus is half the fun! We are an easily accessible campus, but finding us can prove to be a challenge for many visitors. Please refer to the Google Maps embedded below to find the best driving route.
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Until you have a chance to come for a personal visit, you might want to take our “virtual tour” below.
Alice Lloyd College’s campus is unique among institutions of higher learning. It occupies land on both sides of the usually quiet flowing Caney Creek. Steep wooded mountains rise from the Creek, and much of the 175-acre campus rambles along the mountain’s edge, with many buildings actually set into hillsides. The total effect is a naturally beautiful campus in the heart of Appalachia. The map below will help you get oriented once you arrive on campus. To enlarge the map, simply click on the image.