Private colleges court community college students
Small, private colleges have found a new place to troll for prospective students: At community colleges down the road, or even across the country.
Specialized colleges lure transfer students from far away
Historically black schools and a university for hearing-impaired see success in tapping community colleges.
SACS calls for removal of Bentley from two-year board; he calls group ‘misguided’
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley has called a letter from the president of an agency that accredits colleges and universities questioning his influence in serving in dual governance roles over the two-year college system “misguided and politically motivated.”
A former convict hopes to ease transition from incarceration to education
Aaron Miller spent more than three years in prison for robbing a pharmacy to support a drug addiction. Now, the Spokane Community College student hopes to help others transition from incarceration to higher education.
Northampton Community College expands credit transfer agreement with Penn State
The schools have signed an articulation agreement which will facilitate the transfer of NCC students’ class credits into 11 bachelor’s degree programs at 14 Penn State branch campuses.