Union College expands UCI-Early College program

November 17, 2014
Pictured are (sitting L-R): Kay J. Dixon, Instructional Supervisor; Larry E. Warren, Superintendent of Barbourville Independent; Marcia Hawkins, Ph.D., Union College President; Kelly Sprinkles, Superintendent of Knox County; Dr. David Johns, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the College; (standing L-R) Paul Middleton, Principal of Barbourville Independent; Doug Yost, Associate Academic Dean for Program Development at Union College; Diana Mills, Union College Director of Partnerships; Mona Powell, Director of Advising at Union College; and Frank Shelton, Knox County Coordinator for Early College.

Pictured are (sitting L-R): Kay J. Dixon, Instructional Supervisor; Larry E. Warren, Superintendent of Barbourville Independent; Marcia Hawkins, Ph.D., Union College President; Kelly Sprinkles, Superintendent of Knox County; Dr. David Johns, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the College; (standing L-R) Paul Middleton, Principal of Barbourville Independent; Doug Yost, Associate Academic Dean for Program Development at Union College; Diana Mills, Union College Director of Partnerships; Mona Powell, Director of Advising at Union College; and Frank Shelton, Knox County Coordinator for Early College.

Special to the Mountain Advocate


Union College announced the expansion of the Union Collegiate Institute-Early College at a special ceremony in the Sharp Academic Center on Tuesday.

For the past two years, the UCI-Early College program has provided qualified students in the area the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. Now, Union College is offering students in the program a scholarship to cover the cost of tuition.

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