Kentucky Community and Technical College System Selects CampusCE

Seattle, WA – The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) has chosen CampusCE to service the needs of its Continuing Education and Open Enrollment programs with CampusCE’s on-demand Education Management System. CampusCE will provide its EMS solutions to all of KCTCS’s 16 colleges and 67 campuses. The CampusCE EMS software platform will create a common reporting platform through which KCTCS system schools will efficiently provide standardized reporting to a KCTCS’s backend data warehouse.

While the KCTCS mission is to provide general education, it is expanding its focus on occupational/technical education. In the past ten years KCTCS has become the largest provider of postsecondary education and workforce training in the state of Kentucky. In 2007, KCTCS colleges provided workforce services to 4,850 businesses and industries and approximately 48,000 employees.


Lexington, Ky – The Automotive Manufacturing Technical Education Collaborative (AMTEC) a multi-state collaboration of community and technical colleges chooses CampusCE’s EMS / LMS solution for its programs in the state of Kentucky Community and Technical College System.

KCTCS AMTEC will use the CampusCE / Moodlerooms integrated solution to provide an e-Learning and Educational Management System platform for the delivery of ongoing training to automotive technicians and engineers, equipping them with the advanced skills they need for successful careers in a constantly changing and globally competitive workforce.

Edmonds Arts Now Selects CampusCE

Edmonds, WA – Edmonds ArtsNow, a division of Edmonds Community College, selects CampusCE to host it’s online registration and education management systems.

ArtsNow mission is to nurture the arts from creation to commerce, which it accomplishes by presenting introductory to advanced classes in visual, performing, and literary arts, including workshops on the business of being an artist.

Obama Plans Community-College Initiative

We think this may be of interest to our clients:
(from the Wall Street Journal)
By Alex P. Kellogg and Robert Tomsho

Obama announced a $12 billion community-college initiative designed to boost graduation rates, improve facilities and develop new technology.

The president framed the initiative as an opportunity to change the face of Rust Belt states like Michigan that have traditionally relied heavily on unskilled labor, particularly in the manufacturing sector… read more at