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The UA-Pulaski Technical College Foundation has completed its capital campaign for the Center for Humanities and Arts (CHARTS), as well as the $500,000 challenge match offered by the Windgate Foundati...Read More
A new art exhibit by UA - Pulaski Tech visual arts instructor Kimberly Kwee is on display through Aug. 6 in the Windgate Gallery, inside the college’s Center for Humanities and Arts on the Ma...Read More
Registration for Summer II and Fall 2017 classes is currently open. Summer II course registration ends July 6, and classes begin July 10. Registration for fall continues until Aug. 10. Fall classes st...Read More
“The decision to further my education will never be a regret that I hold. UA-PTC is like being surrounded by family and friends that are here to support you and to offer guidance where needed.”
- Luther D. Mitchell, Sr. (Paralegal Technology Program)
“UA-PTC has given me a second chance at life! I could not have chosen a better school. I absolutely love the staff and the instructors.”
- Crystal Gross (Associate of Arts)
“If you’re determined, you can do anything.”
- Mia Krone (Mia earned an Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts at age 17.)
“I knew something was missing,” Kiara Ford says of her decision to quit her sales job and enroll in UA-PTC’s Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute. “My mom told me stories of her mother teaching her to cook and the moments they created. One day I want to create those same experiences with my children in hopes that they reminisce about them throughout their life. I want to work with youth, too, and continue the tradition of passing down food and culinary knowledge to younger generations.”
- Kiara Ford (Hospitality Management Program)