Simmons College Of Kentucky is an institution of biblical higher education dedicated to educating people in the urban context through strong academic and professional programs in order that they may become productive citizens and agents of change in society.
Simmons College Of Kentucky is accredited by the Association For Biblical Higher Education Commission On Accreditation (5850 T.G. Lee Blvd., Suite 130, Orlando, FL 32822, 407.207.0808) to grant certificates and degrees at the associate and baccalaureate levels. This agency is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as requiring the same high academic standards as other national and regional accreditors. Simmons is licensed by the Kentucky Council on Post-secondary Education.
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FAQs Student 1098T
EACH YEAR, ON JANUARY 31, FORM 1098T WILL BE MAILED TO STUDENTS WHO PAID MORE IN EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES THAN WAS COVERED BY TAX-FREE GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, OR OTHER FINANCIAL AID.
Below is an example. Remember, you must use the form for the prior tax year.
“Thank you, to our leaders who sponsored this bipartisan effort to improve the future for all HBCUs.”
The bipartisan deal announced Tuesday to amend legislation tied to funding historically black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions is moving quickly. It’s already been passed in the U.S. Senate. In addition to making permanent $255 million in annual funding to those institutions, the so-called FUTURE Act would also. . .
“At Simmons, we are developing internship opportunities for students. During the summer of 2019, Park Community Credit Union employed four Simmons students full-time to expose them to the world of finance and give them valuable business experience. We invite other businesses to partner with us and help support our deserving students in their journey to a better life.”
Text “GIVE $100” or any other amount to (502) 215-8300
Follow the prompts.
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Simmons College of Kentucky is partnering with JCPS in Transition to Teaching
This program is designed to help people who have a college degree to move toward certification as a JCPS teacher. There is presently a cohort of 15 potential teachers in a program through JCPS done in partnership with Simmons, which meets on our campus. We are also exploring other ways we can help people who have college degrees and who want to be teachers, but who are not yet certified, to move towards certification. If you would like to learn more about either one of these programs please follow this link. Please note that Simmons does not offer an education degree presently, and that these programs are not for academic credit.