Ky. college gets $15M from state for manufacturing center
Jefferson Community & Technical College will get $15.2 million in state funding to cover about half the cost of a planned downtown instructional building for the college’s advanced manufacturing and information technology programs.
In Wash. state, a proposal for free community college tuition
State Rep. Gerry Pollet and state Sen. David Frockt have introduced the Washington Promise, which would assure qualifying high school students the ability to go to community college.
UW-Madison chancellor proposes free tuition for first-generation transfer students
The University of Wisconsin (UW) would offer one or two years of free tuition to academically strong, first-generation college students who transfer with associate degrees from UW colleges or technical college partners to UW-Madison.
Online instruction growing at N.C. college
Reflecting a national trend, student enrollment in online classes at Edgecombe Community College is on the rise.
Commentary: COD as part of ‘learning network’
Developing a learning network is essential as we move forward to serve the needs of our students and vast local, regional and statewide partners, writes Ann Rondeau, president of College of DuPage in Illinois.