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WEST KENTUCKY COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE

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Higher Education Begins Here WKCTC does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Dr. Belinda Dalton Russell, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Coordinator, at West Kentucky Community and Technical College, 4810 Alben Barkley Drive, P.O.

Revised: June 2014

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Credential-Seeking Enrollment by Major Associate in Arts and Associate in Science

1,020

Apprenticeship Studies (New in 2012)

Collision Repair Technology 20 Computer & Information Technology 93 Computer Aided Drafting 11 Computerized Manufacturing & Machining (New in 2012) 21 Construction Technology 16 Cosmetology 101

Dental Hygiene/Hygienist Diagnostic Medical Sonography Diesel Technology

34 37 11

Table of Contents

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1,047

2

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13 121 16 29 18 101

10 143 9 31 16 86

27 30 13

27 26 16

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General Occupational/Technical Studies Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General Heating/AC Technology Homeland Security-Emergency Mgmt

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60 919 37 10

66 1,021 32 12

90 1,097 27 10

MIT: Electrical Technology MIT: Industrial Maintenance Technology

80 84

69 69

66 60

Medical Lab Technician

13

12

8

Pharmacy Technology

31

21

21

Radiography Surgical Technology/Technologist

28 9

36 11

42 13

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Accreditation Administration Personnel Credentials Offered Board of Directors

& Technical College

Headcount - Total Ethnic Subgroups Age Subgroups Gender Subgroups

Fall Headcount Fall Enrollment, Full-Time Students Fall Enrollment, Part-Time Students Fall Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs) Ethnic Subgroups Age Subgroups Gender Subgroups Service Area Enrollment By County

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Credential-Seeking (CS) Headcount Total Ethnic Subgroup Age Subgroup Gender Subgroup

Page 8 Credential-Seeking (CS) Headcount Fall First-time Credential-Seeking (CS) Fall Full-time Equvalent, Credential-Seeking (CS) Credential-Seeking (CS) Ethnic Subgroups Credential-Seeking (CS) by Age Credential-Seeking (CS) Students by Gender Credential-Seeking (CS) Credential-Seeking (CS) Enrollment by Major

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Credential - Seeking Students Credential-Seeking (CS) Students by Gender Change

Change

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Credential - Seeking Students

Welcome to West KentucKy community and technical college Recognized by The Aspen Institute as One of the Top Five Community Colleges in the Nation

Change

In 2011, West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) colleges in the nation for providing tremendous opportunities for students and the region. In 2012, WKCTC was once again named

Percent of CS Enrollment-Known Ethnicity Black Percent of CS Enrollment-Known Ethnicity

Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance in America’s community colleges. West Kentucky was recognized for outstanding achievement in the areas of student learning outcomes, degree and college completion, labor market success in students securing jobs after college, and minority and low-income student success. Our focus on improving student learning helps ensure our students graduate with the knowledge they need to secure jobs or transfer to four-year schools.

Percent of CS Enrollment-Known Ethnicity Percent of CS Enrollment-Known Ethnicity

West Kentucky Community and Technical College faculty and staff take responsibility for improving student learning and work hard to identify and eliminate barriers to student success. We achieve excellence by focusing on improving student learning in core skills and by thoughtfully connecting programs to regional jobs, from credentials that fuel the region’s large health care sector to the nation’s

Dr. Barbara M. Veazey

(EMSI), WKCTC contributes more than $126 million each year to the region through a combination of college operations, student spending, and productivity of graduates in the workforce.

Credential-Seeking (CS) by Age

Change

West Kentucky’s focus on access, retention, and student success enabled the College to achieve its vision of being recognized as a preeminent community college nationwide. The College is committed to continuing to provide high quality educational experiences, meet the educational needs of the college community, serve as a full partner in business and workforce development, and contribute to the overall economic and social well-being of the region by offering two-year transfer Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Fine Arts degrees;

Under 18 Percent of CS Enrollment West Kentucky Community and Technical College truly is the place to be! Percent of CS Enrollment Barbara Veazey, Ph.D. President West Kentucky Community and Technical College

Percent of CS Enrollment

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Credential-Seeking Students

Change

Percent of CS Enrollment Percent of CS Enrollment

Fall First-Time Students, Credential-Seeking (CS) Change

(GRS Cohort) *Note: ORPA’s reports to IPEDS for Fall 2012 and for Fall 2011 (revised) fall to include the summer students who returned in fall: as of February 2014, those IPEDS numbers remain uncorrected.

Fall Full-Time Equivalents, Credential-Seeking (CS)

Change

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Credential-Seeking Students

Total

4,668

The success of West Kentucky Community and Technical College today stems from a unique blend of vision, strength and determination. In 1997, West Kentucky Technical College and Paducah Community College were united under one system umbrella when they joined the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). Six years later, the two colleges were consolidated to form West Kentucky

Community and Technical College - a comprehensive, regional college. In 2003, Dr. Barbara Veazey was Community and Technical College. Each year more than 9,000 students come to WKCTC seeking traditional two-year transfer associate degrees in

Credentials Offered Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

reported

Administration Dr. Barbara M. Veazey, President

Personnel Full-time faculty: 137 Part-time faculty: 166 Staff: 168

Bruce P. Brockenborough, Paducah Deborah Edmonds, Paducah Steven Grinnell, Paducah Lee Jones, Grand Rivers Larry Kelley, Wickliffe

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WKCTC offers two-year Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.), and Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.) degrees. These two-year degrees can be used to open up new career options or to complete

Associate degree programs: 32 Diploma programs: 19

Dr. Shirley Menendez, Paducah Shari Gholson, Faculty Representative Tom Butler, Staff Representative Chelsea Rollins, Student Representative

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The Vision of

West Kentucky Community and Technical College will be an innovative learning institution committed to empowering individuals to achieve excellence in an environment of respect and will be recognized as a preeminent community college nationwide

Barkley Drive in Paducah, classes are offered at:

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Mission Statement The mission of West Kentucky Community and Technical College is to provide excellence in teaching and learning, promote student success, and support economic development. To accomplish this mission, the college will provide the following: and associate degrees

programs for cultural, educational, economic, and civic development

information technology resources, and student support services

Values The values adopted by the institution mirror the values expressed by the Kentucky Community and and Technical College values include:

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Enrollment Trends

Ballard Calloway Carlisle

361 400 191

391 369 191

404 362 202

Graves

1,339

1,240

1,107

Livingston Lyon Marshall

297 111 1,089

334 99 968

293 89 801

Total Enrollment from Region 6,609

6,143

6,169

Enrollment by County - Fall 2013

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Total Student Body

Full-Time Total Reported Age

7,199

(Three students did not report their age)

(Some students did not report ethnicity.) Percentages show the percent of reported ethnic groups.

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Enrollment Trends

Enrollment Trends

Change Percent of Known Enrollment Black Percent of Known Enrollment

Fall Enrollment, Full-Time Students

Percent of Known Enrollment Percent of Known Enrollment Total Reported

Fall Enrollment, Part-Time Students Change Under 18 Percent of Known Enrollment Percent of Known Enrollment

Fall Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs)

Percent of Known Enrollment (Until Spring 2009, KCTCS and CPE calculated FTE as equal to 16 credit hours.

Change

Note: Different reporting agencies use different calculations for FTEs. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) divides total credit hours by 12 to determine FTE.

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Female Percent Female Male Percent Male

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Enrollment Trends

Enrollment Trends

Change Percent of Known Enrollment Black Percent of Known Enrollment

Fall Enrollment, Full-Time Students

Percent of Known Enrollment Percent of Known Enrollment Total Reported

Fall Enrollment, Part-Time Students Change Under 18 Percent of Known Enrollment Percent of Known Enrollment

Fall Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs)

Percent of Known Enrollment (Until Spring 2009, KCTCS and CPE calculated FTE as equal to 16 credit hours.

Change

Note: Different reporting agencies use different calculations for FTEs. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) divides total credit hours by 12 to determine FTE.

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Female Percent Female Male Percent Male

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Total Student Body

Full-Time Total Reported Age

7,199

(Three students did not report their age)

(Some students did not report ethnicity.) Percentages show the percent of reported ethnic groups.

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Enrollment Trends

Ballard Calloway Carlisle

361 400 191

391 369 191

404 362 202

Graves

1,339

1,240

1,107

Livingston Lyon Marshall

297 111 1,089

334 99 968

293 89 801

Total Enrollment from Region 6,609

6,143

6,169

Enrollment by County - Fall 2013

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Mission Statement The mission of West Kentucky Community and Technical College is to provide excellence in teaching and learning, promote student success, and support economic development. To accomplish this mission, the college will provide the following: and associate degrees

programs for cultural, educational, economic, and civic development

information technology resources, and student support services

Values The values adopted by the institution mirror the values expressed by the Kentucky Community and and Technical College values include:

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The Vision of

West Kentucky Community and Technical College will be an innovative learning institution committed to empowering individuals to achieve excellence in an environment of respect and will be recognized as a preeminent community college nationwide

Barkley Drive in Paducah, classes are offered at:

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Credential-Seeking Students

Total

4,668

The success of West Kentucky Community and Technical College today stems from a unique blend of vision, strength and determination. In 1997, West Kentucky Technical College and Paducah Community College were united under one system umbrella when they joined the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). Six years later, the two colleges were consolidated to form West Kentucky

Community and Technical College - a comprehensive, regional college. In 2003, Dr. Barbara Veazey was Community and Technical College. Each year more than 9,000 students come to WKCTC seeking traditional two-year transfer associate degrees in

Credentials Offered Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

reported

Administration Dr. Barbara M. Veazey, President

Personnel Full-time faculty: 137 Part-time faculty: 166 Staff: 168

Bruce P. Brockenborough, Paducah Deborah Edmonds, Paducah Steven Grinnell, Paducah Lee Jones, Grand Rivers Larry Kelley, Wickliffe

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WKCTC offers two-year Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.), and Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.) degrees. These two-year degrees can be used to open up new career options or to complete

Associate degree programs: 32 Diploma programs: 19

Dr. Shirley Menendez, Paducah Shari Gholson, Faculty Representative Tom Butler, Staff Representative Chelsea Rollins, Student Representative

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Credential-Seeking Students

Change

Percent of CS Enrollment Percent of CS Enrollment

Fall First-Time Students, Credential-Seeking (CS) Change

(GRS Cohort) *Note: ORPA’s reports to IPEDS for Fall 2012 and for Fall 2011 (revised) fall to include the summer students who returned in fall: as of February 2014, those IPEDS numbers remain uncorrected.

Fall Full-Time Equivalents, Credential-Seeking (CS)

Change

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Credential - Seeking Students

Welcome to West KentucKy community and technical college Recognized by The Aspen Institute as One of the Top Five Community Colleges in the Nation

Change

In 2011, West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) colleges in the nation for providing tremendous opportunities for students and the region. In 2012, WKCTC was once again named

Percent of CS Enrollment-Known Ethnicity Black Percent of CS Enrollment-Known Ethnicity

Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance in America’s community colleges. West Kentucky was recognized for outstanding achievement in the areas of student learning outcomes, degree and college completion, labor market success in students securing jobs after college, and minority and low-income student success. Our focus on improving student learning helps ensure our students graduate with the knowledge they need to secure jobs or transfer to four-year schools.

Percent of CS Enrollment-Known Ethnicity Percent of CS Enrollment-Known Ethnicity

West Kentucky Community and Technical College faculty and staff take responsibility for improving student learning and work hard to identify and eliminate barriers to student success. We achieve excellence by focusing on improving student learning in core skills and by thoughtfully connecting programs to regional jobs, from credentials that fuel the region’s large health care sector to the nation’s

Dr. Barbara M. Veazey

(EMSI), WKCTC contributes more than $126 million each year to the region through a combination of college operations, student spending, and productivity of graduates in the workforce.

Credential-Seeking (CS) by Age

Change

West Kentucky’s focus on access, retention, and student success enabled the College to achieve its vision of being recognized as a preeminent community college nationwide. The College is committed to continuing to provide high quality educational experiences, meet the educational needs of the college community, serve as a full partner in business and workforce development, and contribute to the overall economic and social well-being of the region by offering two-year transfer Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Fine Arts degrees;

Under 18 Percent of CS Enrollment West Kentucky Community and Technical College truly is the place to be! Percent of CS Enrollment Barbara Veazey, Ph.D. President West Kentucky Community and Technical College

Percent of CS Enrollment

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Fall 2013 Enrollment Summary: Credential - Seeking Students Credential-Seeking (CS) Students by Gender Change

Change

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Credential-Seeking Enrollment by Major Associate in Arts and Associate in Science

1,020

Apprenticeship Studies (New in 2012)

Collision Repair Technology 20 Computer & Information Technology 93 Computer Aided Drafting 11 Computerized Manufacturing & Machining (New in 2012) 21 Construction Technology 16 Cosmetology 101

Dental Hygiene/Hygienist Diagnostic Medical Sonography Diesel Technology

34 37 11

Table of Contents

1,129

1,047

2

2

13 121 16 29 18 101

10 143 9 31 16 86

27 30 13

27 26 16

(EMT Paramedic)

General Occupational/Technical Studies Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General Heating/AC Technology Homeland Security-Emergency Mgmt

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60 919 37 10

66 1,021 32 12

90 1,097 27 10

MIT: Electrical Technology MIT: Industrial Maintenance Technology

80 84

69 69

66 60

Medical Lab Technician

13

12

8

Pharmacy Technology

31

21

21

Radiography Surgical Technology/Technologist

28 9

36 11

42 13

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Accreditation Administration Personnel Credentials Offered Board of Directors

& Technical College

Headcount - Total Ethnic Subgroups Age Subgroups Gender Subgroups

Fall Headcount Fall Enrollment, Full-Time Students Fall Enrollment, Part-Time Students Fall Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs) Ethnic Subgroups Age Subgroups Gender Subgroups Service Area Enrollment By County

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Credential-Seeking (CS) Headcount Total Ethnic Subgroup Age Subgroup Gender Subgroup

Page 8 Credential-Seeking (CS) Headcount Fall First-time Credential-Seeking (CS) Fall Full-time Equvalent, Credential-Seeking (CS) Credential-Seeking (CS) Ethnic Subgroups Credential-Seeking (CS) by Age Credential-Seeking (CS) Students by Gender Credential-Seeking (CS) Credential-Seeking (CS) Enrollment by Major

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WEST KENTUCKY COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE

FACT BOOK

Higher Education Begins Here WKCTC does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Dr. Belinda Dalton Russell, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Coordinator, at West Kentucky Community and Technical College, 4810 Alben Barkley Drive, P.O.

Revised: June 2014

westkentucky.kctcs.edu

HIGHER EDUCATION BEGINS HERE

Kentucky Community & Technical College System

westkentucky.kctcs.edu


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