Alice Lloyd College

Quick Facts

  • Work College

    Alice Lloyd College is one of only seven work colleges in America. Mrs. Lloyd understood the importance of work ethic. Today, the tradition of work remains as important as ever. All full-time students work from ten to twenty hours each week in a variety of work areas as a condition for graduation.

  • Tuition Guarantee

    Tuition is guaranteed to full-time students residing in Alice Lloyd College’s 108-county Central Appalachian service area. Students attending Alice Lloyd College do not need thousands of dollars for a college education—all they need is a desire for learning and self-improvement.

  • Caney Cottage/Berger Scholarship

    Caney Cottage/Berger Scholarships assist scholarly Alice Lloyd College students with their graduate and professional studies. In order to ensure that the Appalachian region has the leadership it so desperately needs, Alice Lloyd College, with the help of generous benefactors, scholarships students on to universities and professional schools to earn advanced degrees. We only ask one thing – that students return to the mountains to serve in their chosen fields.

  • Character-Based Education

    Character building is essential at Alice Lloyd College. Christian principles are integrated into all aspects of campus life. Students are expected to follow set rules and guidelines for good moral development and social behavior. Faculty and staff serve as role models and lead by example.

  • Privately Funded

    The College does not accept direct state or federal funding from the federal, state, or local government. Alice Lloyd College remains dependent on the private support of the American free-enterprise system for over half of its revenue sources.

  • Nationally Recognized

    U.S. News & World Report has consistently ranked Alice Lloyd College the top college in the nation, among all colleges and universities, for graduating students with the least amount of average debt.

  • How Do I Visit?

    We invite all prospective students and their families to visit our campus. Campus tours are offered on select days, Monday through Friday, and on any of our Eagle Day Saturday events by appointment. Click here for more information on how to schedule a visit. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Upcoming Events

  • Labor Day (No Classes)
    September 7, 2015 @ N/A Event Details >>
  • Convocation: Opening Convocation - Required of All Students
    September 8, 2015 @ 1:00 pm Event Details >>
  • Convocation: Constitution Day
    September 8, 2015 @ 7:30 pm Event Details >>
  • ALC MAPP Test - Freshmen & Juniors
    September 10, 2015 @ N/A Event Details >>
  • Convocation: MAPP Testing - Required for All First Time Freshmen and All Juniors
    September 10, 2015 @ 1:00 pm Event Details >>

Calendar

September 2015
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JBS 1st Quarter Mid-Term Ends

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All-Campus Cookout

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JBS Elementary Fall Field Day (K-5)

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Labor Day (No Classes)

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Convocation: Opening Convocation - Required of All Students

Convocation: Constitution Day

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ALC MAPP Test - Freshmen & Juniors

Convocation: MAPP Testing - Required for All First Time Freshmen and All Juniors

JBS Parent/Teacher Conference

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JBS Senior Field Day

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Religious Emphasis Week

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Religious Emphasis Week

Convocation: Religious Emphasis - Kevin Bowling

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Religious Emphasis Week

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Religious Emphasis Week

Convocation: Religious Emphasis - Little Paint Quartet Southern Gospel Musicians

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Religious Emphasis Week

Alumna/us of the Year Banquet

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ALC Blood Drive

Convocation: Entrepreneurship Seminar

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Convocation: Breast Cancer Awareness

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