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KCTCS offers Mid-Continent students support

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The Kentucky Community and Technical College System  is providing displaced Mid-Continent University students another opportunity to further their education, according to a news release.

The KCTCS Learn on Demand (LoD) program offers MCU students affordable college tuition at a quick, convenient pace. The program provides students complete online learning, with modularized, competency-based degree programs in nursing, business administration and information technology. LoD also offers associate degrees in art, science, business administration systems and computer information technologies. 

Students can receive credit for completed courses and information obtained while attending Mid-Continent. The set-up closely aligns with the MCU Advantage Program because the flexibility is geared to non-traditional students.

KCTCS also provides support for students interesting in transferring to a four-year institution and has transfer agreements with all public and many private schools in Kentucky. All 16 KCTCS colleges are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

For more information, visit learnondemand.kctcs.edu/MCUStudents.

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