MARSHALL – For the first time since the 2019-20 semester, A-BTech’s Madison campus plans to be open for in-person classes when the semester starts Aug. 23.
The campus will even be unveiling a new academic program for the occasion.
The News Record spoke with Fairley Patton, executive director of student advising, and Gene Loflin, associate vice president for instruction, through a Zoom conference July 21.
According to Patton, the campus’s focus on providing students opportunities through its career and technical education (CTE) component is as important as ever.
“We’ve had a very successful partnership with Madison High School in many areas,” Patton said. “One area partnership that they have is manufacturing at Madison High. It provides students not only with high school CTE and college courses, but also hands-on work-based learning opportunities.”