We Got Skills

Brandon LaDuke and Brandie Torres celebrate a gold win in the State competition.

SPRING 2017: More than 16,000 people are expected to participate in the 53rd annual National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) June 19-23, 2017. This number includes nine student competitors from Sullivan Tech. NLSC is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry professionals working together to ensure America has a skilled workforc...

3 Students Win Prestigious Awards

Heart Health, an app designed by Jakob Bradshaw went on to win a Silver ADDY award, competing against other winning student designs from Kentucky, West Virginia, and Ohio. His design will advance to the highly-regarded National ADDY competition.

  SPRING 2017: On Friday evening, the twenty fourth of February, the Henry Clay was bursting with glamour, fashion, and advertising. Louisville’s top advertising professionals gathered to applaud the best work of 2016. The Louie Awards Gala is an annual event sponsored by the American Advertising Federation that recognizes excellence in ...

A Scholarly Send-off: Spring Commencement

Graduating students prepared to receive their degrees.  

SPRING 2017: April 8, 2017 was a Major milestone for many. Students and families gathered at St. Matthews Baptist Church to applaud deserving Sullivan Tech graduates. Spring Commencement conferred 14 Bachelor’s Degrees, 39 Associate’s Degrees, and two Certificates to deserving graduates. The Sullivan College of Technology & Design Scholastic...

We Heart Your Heart!

Fundraisers from Sullivan University joined more than 10,000 people to participate in Kentuckiana Heart Walk event on September 17. The non-competitive 1-3 mile walk included corporate teams, survivors, and friends and family members. (Fall 2016) WHAT IF WE COULD SEE A 20% reduction in death and disability from cardiovascular diseases and stro...

A Merry Christmas for All

Christmas Party

(December 2016) Sullivan Tech students and staff helped residents of the Salvation Army’s Emergency and Transistional Housing Program enjoy the magic of Christmas. Without your help, 49 children and 22 single parents would not have been able to experience the joy of Christmas. The Salvation Army’s Emergency and Transitional Housing Program provide...

AIGA Recognizes Graphics Students

Three-Eyed Troll Imperial Stout Packaging Design - Brandon Lyons

Three-Eyed Troll Imperial Stout Packaging Design - Brandon Lyons (Fall 2016) Computer Graphic Design faculty nominated eight student projects to be entered into the prestigious annual awards show for local artists and designers, The Show. The awards are sponsored by our local chapter of American Institute of Graphic Arts, or AIGA. Congrats to ...

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