Alice Lloyd College’s undergraduate Secondary Education preparation program is ranked among the best in the nation and in the state of Kentucky, according to a report released last week by The National Council on Teacher Quality.
ALC Registrar Thelmarie Madden Thornsberry passed away Monday, June 16, 2014, after a long, courageous battle with breast cancer. Thel was an amazing woman who truly exemplified the traits and characteristics set forth by our founder, Alice Lloyd. She worked at the College for over half a century. She was...
Senior Kolby Huff writes about why he chose to attend Alice Lloyd College. A graduate of The June Buchanan School, Kolby relates how he made his final decision and why he believes that ALC was a part of God's plan for his life.
Patrick Hall, Class of 2012, describes the ways in which his experiences at Alice Lloyd College set him on the road to success. Through the financial assistance of ALC's Caney Scholars Program, Hall went on to earn his master's degree in History from the University of Kentucky this year.
Alice Lloyd College’s own Scott Cornett was recently awarded a Century Club certificate by the American Baseball Coaches Association to celebrate his 500th win as head coach of the Alice Lloyd College baseball team.
First-generation college student Allison Holbrook shares the story of the many blessings she's received as a student at Alice Lloyd. Through the kindness of our friends and donors, Allison, like so many other Appalachian students, has the opportunity to graduate debt-free! Read about her many achievements and the road she has taken to become one of our region's future leaders.
Softball senior pitcher Whitley Albury and Eagles Baseball senior catcher Bobby Caldwell were named to The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) lists of the 2014 Daktronics-NAIA Softball and Baseball Scholar-Athletes.