Magnolia Bank Donates $50,000 for University Center | ECTC

Magnolia Bank Donates $50,000 for University Center

Scott Conway, Magnolia Bank CEO; Deena London, Magnolia Bank President & Chief Operating Officer; and Megan Stith, ECTC Dean of Institutional Advancement, holding a $50,000 check

Magnolia Bank has announced a donation of $50,000 to support the development of a University Center at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

“Magnolia Bank is deeply rooted in the community and is building on our tradition of excellence by supporting projects that will positively impact the future growth of our region,” said Magnolia Bank CEO Scott Conway. “The University Center embodies our mission of empowering opportunity, as it will expand the educational options available to our customers, employees and community.”

This investment will advance ECTC’s efforts to bring multiple university partners to Elizabethtown while making higher education more accessible and affordable. University partners will offer bachelor’s and master’s degree programs that align with the needs of local employers.

“The cost savings offered by the University Center will not only provide an alternative for students to continue their education with less debt, it will help us keep local talent local,” said Magnolia Bank President and Chief Operating Officer Deena London. “The growth of our region depends on our ability to offer high quality education and employment opportunities right here in our local community.”

“We appreciate Magnolia Bank’s belief in the transformative power of this project,” said ECTC President & CEO Dr. Juston Pate. “This investment is evidence of their commitment to creating opportunities that lead to better lives and stronger communities.”

To support the University Center at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, visit ECTCforBetterLives.com or contact the Central Kentucky Community Foundation.

 

Pictured (L-R): Scott Conway, Magnolia Bank CEO; Deena London, Magnolia Bank President & Chief Operating Officer; Megan Stith, ECTC Dean of Institutional Advancement.