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New ‘finish line’ grants to help community college students graduate
WRAL.com
In North Carolina, students in good academic standing who are at least 75 percent done with their degree can apply for up to $1,000 a semester to cover car repairs, medical bills, child care and a range of other expenses that might crop up.

Michigan college continues tech updates to better serve students
Greenville Daily News
Gone are Montcalm Community College’s days of making thousands of revisions on paper to present a thick packet of course information.

Big tech’s hot new talent incubator: community college
Wall Street Journal
As student debt mounts and a shortage of skilled workers persists, students find their local two-year institution could be a lower-cost shortcut to a good job.

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