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Donor Spotlight: Dr. Shelba Proffitt

by Dru Walters, Student Contributor Whitesburg, KY native and ALC friend, Dr. Shelba Proffitt, is one of the extraordinary people behind space defense for the United States of America. Dr. Proffitt began her career as a member of the Von Braun Space Team in...

ALC Celebrates the Class of 2019

On Saturday, May 4th, family and friends gathered in the Campbell Arts Center to watch ALC’s Class of 2019 graduate. In opening remarks, President Joe Stepp welcomed family and friends to the campus and praised graduates for their outstanding...

ALC Recognizes Achievements of Student Workers

On April 11, Alice Lloyd College hosted its annual Work Study Awards followed by the Work Study Olympics. As one of nine work colleges in the nation, ALC believes it is important to honor the hard work the students do throughout the year....

Honoring Miss June’s Legacy

by Jerri Whitner, Student Contributor Alice Lloyd came to the mountains of Eastern Kentucky to find some respite for her aching body, and found her life’s purpose in helping educate those residing in Appalachia. She had a large task set before her. For two years, she...

Alice Lloyd College Lady Eagle Softball Hosts Bluefield

Pippa Passes, KY: The NCCAA Mideast Regional Alice Lloyd College Lady Eagles hosted NAIA foe Bluefield College on February 26th in a doubleheader. Following are recaps of each contest. GAME 1 BU - 11 Alice Lloyd - 3 The visiting Rams jumped out to a 6-0 lead and rode...

Alice Lloyd College Announces New Criminal Justice Major

Alice Lloyd College is pleased to announce the addition of a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice to the College’s academic offerings. The new degree will expand the numerous ways that graduates of ALC will be able to serve Appalachia, with nearly 90% of ALC graduates returning to the region, students who complete a bachelor’s degree in this program will be likely to return to the area to work.

Shane Caudill: Making the Most of Second Chances

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.”

Creating Opportunities through Service: Mrs. Denise Jacobs

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.

ALC Holds Spring 2019 Opening Convocation

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 Announces Fall 2018 Honors List

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...