KentuckianaWorks College Access Center celebrates 40th anniversary and new location with community leaders

If you dream of going to college and think you can’t, think again. Now is your time to take action!
— Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer

Yesterday morning, community leaders like Mayor Greg Fischer came to the KentuckianaWorks College Access Center to celebrate some important milestones. First off, it was the 40th year anniversary for the College Access Center, which has helped many thousands of low income and first-generation college seekers go to college and get their degree (including over 3,000 just last year). The event was also a ribbon cutting for its brand new location in the ArtSpace building at 323 W Broadway, next to the Brown Theatre. 

Clients and staff of the KCAC join Mayor Fischer to cut the ribbon of the new KCAC location.

Clients and staff of the KCAC join Mayor Fischer to cut the ribbon of the new KCAC location.

A critical time for people wanting to attend college begins October 1, when the application for federal student financial aid, known as FAFSA, can be filed. You can learn more about the KCAC and its services at https://www.kentuckianaworks.org/kcac.

See some of the news coverage from the event below:

WDRB-TV

Insider Louisville

You can also watch the full press conference below, courtesy of MetroTV.