The mission of Alice Lloyd College is to educate mountain people for positions of leadership
Challenging our students to look within themselves, we give them the abilities and knowledge needed to shape their college, their community, and their world. At Alice Lloyd, an education is much larger than a degree … it’s studying abroad, serving on mission trips in Central America, or interning in Washington, D.C. It’s the opportunity to interact with professors one-on-one. It’s a chance to be “a step ahead of the pack” when entering the job market armed with valuable work experience and references gained through the Student Work Program. It’s the opportunity to receive graduate and professional scholarships to the University of Kentucky and other schools through the Caney Cottage Scholarship Program. But more than anything, it’s the chance to seize the day, take advantage of every single opportunity that presents itself, and take hold of one’s future.
Alice Lloyd students are accepted to many graduate and professional schools nationwide and hired by major employers throughout Appalachia; many schools and businesses recruit here. People are often surprised that such academic success can come from a small, private college in the mountains of southeastern Kentucky. But it comes as no surprise to us. With faculty from highly regarded institutions that have included Harvard, Yale, Cornell, and Penn State, it’s easy to understand where our academic strength begins.
James O. Stepp, Executive Vice President – has been with the College for 28 years and has served as vice president for 9 years. Dr. Stepp received his Ed. D. degree in 2002 and his Masters of Divinity degree in 1986 from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He studied for two years at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and received a B.B.A. in Accounting from Eastern Kentucky University in 1983.
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