Maysville Community and Technical College Student Elected to Serve On KCTCS Board of Regents
Joyce Kelly of Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) will serve a one-year term on the Kentucky Community and Technical College Board of Regents as the general education student regent.
Joyce Kelly lives in Mount Olivet, Kentucky, and is pursuing an Associate in Arts degree. Kelly stated that she decided one day to fulfill her life-long dream of becoming an attorney. Her plan is to transfer to a four-year college to obtain a law degree.
Upon registration for her classes, Kelly stated that she was intimidated and almost left without enrolling. She persevered and found the advisors very helpful in setting the stage for the first steps of her education experience. Kelly has become involved in the Student Government Association, Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, Student Ambassador Association, and the Quality Enhancement Program. Organizations such as these provide Kentucky Community and Technical College students with leadership skills that will enhance opportunities in their future careers.
Joyce Kelly acknowledges MCTC as a major aspect of her life and her future. She stated, MCTC has always offered me great opportunities to pursue my education through challenging courses. MCTC will always be special to me because without the opportunities I have received here, I would not be able to continue my path and education.
Kentucky Community and Technical College Systems (KCTCS) is governed by a 14-member Board of Regents. Eight members are Governor appointed. Six other members are elected: two faculty elected by faculty, two nonteaching personnel elected by nonteaching personnel, and two members of the student body elected by students. Joyce Kelly was selected by the 16 student body presidents to serve as a student regent. Kelly will serve as the general education student regent. Her term began August 11, 2009 and will continue through August 10, 2010.
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