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Metropolitan College (MC) offices will have limited access to JCTC student records on Monday, July 3 and Wednesday, July 5. All MC offices will be open, however, we may not be able to sign JCTC students agreements on these days. Staff will be available to answer general questions and to complete scheduled CAPP requirements. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.
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Seth Kline began working at UPS at the start of his junior year while attending the University of Louisville. Hear him share how Metro College impacted his life.
Thanks to UPS, I was able to get enough money to completely pay for school.
This video features Seth Kline (MC alumnus) and shares how Metro College impacted his life. Seth Kline began working at UPS at the start of his junior year while attending the University of Louisville. He started out working at the Worldport Freight Facility as a forklift driver. He was later promoted to a part-time supervisor. Kline graduated from the University of Louisville in May 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. He is currently attending Western Kentucky University and working on his Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Watch the video to learn more about Seth Kline and what advice he has for new MC participants.
Metropolitan College is looking for current and former Metropolitan College participants to spotlight! If you know of someone, please contact Renecia Griffie Davis, Student Development Counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-213-4521.
"Thanks to UPS, I am able to afford college and follow my dreams of becoming a legislator without having to worry about how I will pay for my bills after I graduate."
Samuel Brockman chose to move from Northern Kentucky to Louisville, KY to participate in Metropolitan College program. Brockman is now weeks away from graduating with his associate degree in fire science.