West Virginia colleges, universities reach out for expedited education
Several West Virginia community colleges are reaching across state borders to form partnerships with public and private four-year institutions.
Community College program focuses on local hospital jobs
Nine local students graduated Tuesday from a Community College of Vermont program especially designed to meet the needs of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for qualified environmental services staff.
Ambulance simulator at TSTC makes ‘night and day’ difference in EMT training
Instructors at Texas State Technical College hope a new ambulance simulator will draw students to the college’s emergency medical services program.
At top colleges that train America’s elite, veterans are an almost invisible minority
Many state universities and community colleges have large veteran populations and robust programs to recruit veterans and help them adjust to college life. But at the nation’s most selective schools, veterans like Fendler are an anomaly.
House Democrats pile on to scrutinize DeVos
Legislators are looking to scrutinize DeVos on a variety of issues, including college sexual assault policies, student loan forgiveness and for-profit college regulation.