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Prepared to Succeed: Dr. Cody Reynolds

Prepared to Succeed: Dr. Cody Reynolds

Dr. Cody Reynolds grew up in Phelps, Kentucky – a small town teetering on the edge of the Kentucky and West Virginia border. In high school, Cody was recognized as a Kentucky Governor’s Scholar, opening up the opportunity for scholarships to collegiate institutions statewide. However, something about Alice Lloyd College stood out to him – something about Pippa Passes felt like home. “Another small town with roots in service that quickly became the theme of my life,” he says.

Alice Lloyd College Celebrates Honors Day

Alice Lloyd College Celebrates Honors Day

Alice Lloyd College is honored to recognize the 2020 Honors Day award recipients. ALC students have shown resilience and determination during this trying time and the COVID-19 pandemic has not negated their hard work and dedication to their studies. Though today’s...

ALC Donates Over $4,000 in Medical Equipment

ALC Donates Over $4,000 in Medical Equipment

Alice Lloyd College has donated 160 N95 Respirator Masks, valued at over $4,000, to the Knott County Health Department. As Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is becoming more and more scarce across the commonwealth, the College wanted to assist in any way possible....

Alice Lloyd College Ranked Among Top Schools by Forbes

Alice Lloyd College Ranked Among Top Schools by Forbes

Alice Lloyd College was recently ranked for College Financial Grades by Forbes magazine. The College placed among the top schools in the nation and ranked fourth in the state of Kentucky. For six years, Forbes has been reporting the financial health of American...

The 27th Annual James V. Mongiardo Speech Competition

The 27th Annual James V. Mongiardo Speech Competition

On February 25th, Alice Lloyd College presented the 27th annual James V. Mongiardo Speech Competition. This year’s competition challenged the students to present a written essay along with their speech deliveries. Judges looked for detailed content of the written essay and a fluid delivery of the speech.

ALC Student Selected for Prestigious Henry Clay Internship

ALC Student Selected for Prestigious Henry Clay Internship

What would it be like if Kentucky Congressman Henry Clay and Mrs. Alice Lloyd sat down for dinner? That question is one ALC senior Josh Baker answered in his application for the prestigious Kentucky Society of Washington’s Henry Clay Internship. Josh is from Knott County and is majoring in business administration along with double minoring in entrepreneurship and leadership.

The Third Annual Alumni Purpose Day is Coming Soon

The Third Annual Alumni Purpose Day is Coming Soon

Mrs. Lloyd knew many of her graduates by name and stayed in constant contact with them throughout their additional schooling and careers. She cared for her students while they were on the banks of Caney Creek and when they were away. The ALC Office of Alumni Relations seeks to continue Mrs. Lloyd’s legacy….

More than Education: The Simple Joy of Christmas on Caney Creek

More than Education: The Simple Joy of Christmas on Caney Creek

When Mrs. Lloyd first met the residents of Eastern Kentucky, she was in awe of their strong work ethic and fierce desire to learn and grow into Appalachian leaders.  Nevertheless, she quickly learned that the hardworking people of Eastern Kentucky needed more than education; they needed the simple joy of Christmas, too.