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Located in the beautiful river community of Paducah, Kentucky, West Kentucky Community and Technical College is a nationally recognized, comprehensive, regional college serving more than 8,000 students annually and offering more than 200 associate degr...
Jonathan R. Bouland of Mayfield, KY was one of more than 750 candidates for graduation eligible to receive associate degrees, diplomas or certificates from West Kentucky Community and Technical Col...Winter 2016-2017
Jonathan Bouland of Mayfield, KY was one of more than 780 candidates for graduation who recently completed their classwork with an associate degree, diploma or certificate from West Kentucky Commun...Spring 2016
Jonathan Bouland of Mayfield, KY, was one of more than 500 West Kentucky Community and Technical College students recently named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2016 semester. To be named to the D...Fall 2016
Jonathan Bouland of Mayfield is one of 85 West Kentucky Community and Technical College students recognized at the 2017 Honors Ceremony that was held in the college's Clemens Fine Arts Center May 4...Spring 2017
West Kentucky Community and Technical College is thrilled to welcome students for the Fall 2015 Semester. We are proud to have Jonathan Bouland of Mayfield, KY in this year's student body. In enrol...Fall 2015
Awards & Recognition
More than 80 WKCTC students recevied special recognition at the 2018 Student Development Leader Recognition Luncheon Red Carpet event earlier in the spring semester. The luncheon was designed with student, campus and community leaders in mind to recognize exemplary leadership, dedication, and commitment to service. Awardees included those dedicated to diversity and inclusion, community service, as well as the college's SGA officers, student ambassadors, West Kentucky basketball players, Students of the Month and Student of the Year, campus clubs and others. Community organizations were also honored during the event. Congrats to everyone!Spring 2018
Activities & Affiliations
The officers from West Kentucky Community and Technical College's Kentucky Association of Nursing Students (KANS) made a philanthropic contribution to Centerpoint Recovery Center for Men on Tuesday November 21, 2017. Through several fundraising activities, KANS was able to contribute $1000 to this facility. Centerpoint Recovery Center is a Recovery Kentucky residential long term recovery center for men struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. It is a peer-driven community that includes a transitional phase back into society and is part of Four Rivers Behavioral Health. Pictured left to right are: Mikaela Chilton, Chelsea Cartwright, Heather McNeil, Teresa Fleming (LPN, Four Rivers Behavioral Health), Shanna Agin, Kaycee Byrd, Jonathan Bouland and Christy Petitt (KANS Advisor).Fall 2017
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