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Hazard Community and Technical College

Hazard Community and Technical College offers educational opportunities to 4,000 students in numerous program areas and includes five campus locations—Hazard Campus, Technical Campus, Lees College Campus, Knott County Branch, and Leslie County Center. Students earn associate degrees, diplomas and certificates at the two-year college that is fully accredited.

Contact Information

General Information(606) 436-5721
Admissions(606) 487-3064
Business Office(606) 487-3183
Center for Community Workforce & Economic Development(606) 487-3069
Continuing Education(606) 487-3065
Disability Services(606) 487-3086
Financial Aid(606) 487-3061
Human Resources(606) 487-3061
Library(606) 487-3145
Public Relations(606) 487-3141
Records(606) 487-3082
Transfer Information Liaison(606) 487-3077

Individual Campus Information

Hazard Campus, Hazard Community & Technical CollegeOne Community College Dr.
Hazard, KY 41701
(606) 436-5721
Fax: (606) 439-2988
Hazard Technical Campus101 Vo-tech Dr.
Hazard, KY 41701
Office: (606) 435-6101
Fax: (606) 435-6086
Lees College Campus601 Jefferson Ave.
Jackson, KY 41339
Office: (606) 666-7521
Fax: (606) 666-8910
Knott County Branch238 Highway 160
P.O. Box 7498
Hindman, KY 41822
Office: (606) 672-6800
Fax: (606) 672-6805
Leslie County Center108 Maple St.
P.O. Box 1870
Hyden, KY 41749
Office: (606) 672-6800
Fax: (606) 672-6805
Allied HealthUKCRH Bailey-Stumbo Building
750 Morton Blvd.
Hazard, KY 41701
Office: (606) 436-5721

Morehead State University at West Liberty

MSU at West Liberty, as a part of Morehead State University’s Regional Campus Programs, is to serve the educational needs of the uneducated and undereducated adults, to help these adults become more employable, in the six-county area including Morgan, Menifee, Magoffin, Elliott, Wolfe, and Breathitt Counties.

MSU at West Liberty provides admission and financial aid counseling for students enrolling at Morehead State University. In addition, the Commonwealth Education Opportunity Counselor provides assistance with information and applications to other postsecondary and vocational schools as well as financial aid applications. The Adult Education and Career Center provides GED preparation as well as instruction in Adult Basic Education, Family Literacy, and classes for referrals from the Cabinet for Family Based Services. Additionally, GED testing and ACT testing services are provided with ACT computer-assisted test preparation available. There are three computer labs, with one open lab available for general usage.


Fall and Spring Terms
Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Summer Terms
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(unless later classes)


MSU at West Liberty is located in the Index area of West Liberty off HWY 460. Turn beside the Ford dealership, and then turn right at the MSU signage. MSU at West Liberty is up on the hill at the back of the parking lot.

Contact Information

MSU at West Liberty155 University Dr.
West Liberty, KY 41472
(606) 743-1500 or (606) 783-5381
Fax: (606) 743-1551 or (606) 783-9110

Kentucky Mountain Bible College


Kentucky Mountain Bible College is a Bible-centered undergraduate higher educational institution whose mission is to equip men and women to serve with:

  • a passion to Know God,
  • a passion to prepare for His Ministry,
  • a passion to live and teach the message of Biblical holiness,
  • and a passion to evangelize and disciple the world for Christ.

Academic Programs

Kentucky Mountain Bible College offers two degrees: an Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religion. The later degree offers multiple majors and concentrations. View a list of majors and concentrations, as well as the college catalog. You may also contact the Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs at (606) 693-5000 ext. 150 or by email.

KMBC has entered into a cooperative agreement with the Nazarene Bible College to offer online classes through NBC. You can learn more about this agreement in the college catalog. You may also contact the Registrar at (606) 693-5000 ext. 140 or by email.

View information about KMBC faculty and other instructional personnel, or in the college catalog. You may also contact the Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs at (606) 693-5000 ext. 150 or by email.

Information about instructional facilities is found in the college catalog.


KMBC is fully accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education. The Association for Biblical Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education for the purpose of accrediting colleges that offer baccalaureate degrees which prepare students for Christian ministries through biblical, professional, and general studies.

ABHE holds membership with the Council on Higher Education Accreditation Board (CHEA).  The academic work of KMBC is recognized by secular and religious colleges. NOTE: Accreditation does not automatically guarantee transfer of credit to another institution. Each school determines its own transfer policy.

KMBC is licensed by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education for granting the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religion and the Associate of Arts Degree in Biblical Studies.
The United States Immigration and Naturalization Service has given approval for KMBC to consider international students as applicants.

KMBC is approved by both the Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP) and the Kentucky Educational and Rehabilitation Program.
KMBC does not discriminate against applicants or students on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin.

KMBC Contact Information
Kentucky Mountain Bible College
855 Highway 541
Jackson, KY 41339
Toll Free: 1-800-879-5622
Local: (606) 693-5000
Ext. 100 (Main Office)
Ext. 138 (Admissions)

Directions to KMBC

Directions from Points North-West: Lexington, KY

From Lexington, Kentucky, take I-64 East toward Ashland, KY. Take Exit 98 onto Mountain Parkway toward Campton. Take the Campton Exit (Exit 43). The road becomes KY Highway 15. After passing through the light, continue for about 12 miles on KY Highway 15. After passing mile marker 26 on Highway 15, turn right at the exit for Junction 205/1812. At the end of the ramp, take a right at the stop sign. After passing through Vancleve, take a right onto Route 541. (Just prior to the aforementioned turn, there is a small sign which indicates that Kentucky Mountain Bible College is on Route 541.) The entrance to the campus is approximately one mile on the right as indicated by the college’s sign.

Directions from Points South-West: London, KY

From I-75, take exit 38 near London, KY. Follow signs toward the Hal Rodgers Parkway (formerly Daniel Boone Parkway). Once on the Hal Rodgers Parkway, travel in an easterly direction toward Hazard, KY. Upon arrival in Hazard, KY, take KY Highway 15 toward Jackson, KY. Continue through Jackson toward Campton approximately 5 miles. Take a left at the second 205 Junction. Continue for approximately three miles, and make a hard left onto Route 541 immediately after crossing the bridge. The entrance to the campus is approximately one mile on the right as indicated by the college’s sign.