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Universities cut services for a big group of their students: those over 25

Community colleges have long been aware of these students and their needs.

Higher ed experts weigh in on industry’s future

From appropriations to tax code changes, many are anxious about what to expect from Washington.

Bill would allow community colleges could to easily expand their tax districts

A bill under consideration by state lawmakers would make it easier for communities to join a college’s tax district and offer lower in-district tuition.

Ore. budget proposal flat funds universities, community colleges

Funding for community colleges and state universities was held steady — less than what administrators said they need to maintain current services.

Ga. deal announces three new academies

The Technical College System of Georgia hsa approved grants totaling $9 million to help establish new College and Career Academies in Chattahoochee, Tift and Worth counties.

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