Nursing offers South Carolina students a stable, rewarding second career
Greenville News
After watching nurses care for her ailing grandmother in the hospital last year, Octavia Frazile was moved to become a nurse herself.

Three Rivers’ Second Chance program benefits prisoners, professors
In the two years since it restarted its prison education program, Connecticut’s Three Rivers Community College has served 82 students, including two who continued their education upon release.

Tax credits for college tuition in South Carolina just got supersized
Charleston Post Courier
Income tax credits for South Carolina residents attending in-state colleges, universities and technical colleges sharply increased this month.

Santa Fe Community College’s interim president ready for long haul
Santa Fe New Mexican
Cecilia Cervantes doesn’t seem to worry about the limitations of a business card.

Shooting for the moon
As a little girl in Medellín, Colombia, Sara Hincapie always felt drawn to the moon. Now the 20-year-old is making a giant leap for Bristol Community College students in Massachusetts as the first to land in a scholars program at NASA.

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