© 2022 WEKU
Central and Eastern Kentucky's Radio News Leader
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Some survivors of tornadoes and flooding can have diplomas and credentials replaced for free

kctcs.PNG
Kentucky Community and Technical College System
/
kctcs.edu

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System usually charges a $25-$35 fee to replace lost or damaged paper credentials. In light of the devastating 2021 tornados in western Kentucky and summer flooding in eastern Kentucky, they’re offering to waive that fee for survivors.

The offer is available to students and graduates of colleges that serve the impacted areas. That includes Big Sandy, Hazard, and Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges in eastern Kentucky.

Graduates of Henderson, Hopkinsville, Madisonville, and West Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges in western Kentucky are eligible, as well.

Credentials from Somerset Community and Technical College in south central Kentucky will also be replaced for free.

Survivors who lost credentials can request a replacement at kctcs.co/replace.

In a sea of partisan news, WEKU is your source for public service, fact-based journalism. Monthly sustaining donors are the top source of funding for this growing nonprofit news organization. Please join others in your community who support WEKU by making your donation.

Samantha is WEKU's All Things Considered Host and also reports on news of interest in the commonwealth. Sam is a graduate of Morehead State University and worked for MSU's Public Radio Station WMKY.
WEKU depends on support from those who view and listen to our content. There's no paywall here. Please support WEKU with your donation.