Tri-C Metro turns a harsh Brutalist fortress into a welcoming Campus Center
The Plain Dealer
Once a brick and concrete bunker designed in the mid-century Brutalist style, the Campus Center building at Cuyahoga Community College’s Metro Campus is now a generously expanded academic, social and community hub that looks the part.
Checkin’ in with Kingsborough Community College President Dr. Claudia Schrader
Q&A with Kingsborough Community College President Claudia Schrader, who just kicked off her second semester atop the New York college.
Commentary: Together, we can change the future for Utah students
Salt Lake Community College and the University of Utah are proposing a shared building on SLCC’s Herriman Campus to help make the transition between an associate degree and a bachelor’s degree seamless.
State report offers snapshot of Iowa’s community colleges
The Annual Condition of Iowa’s Community Colleges report found slight decreases in enrollment in credit classes, slight increases in jointly enrolled high school students and higher levels of racial and ethnic diversity.
Community colleges honor students whose lives were transformed by education
Every year, students from Washington’s 34 community and technical colleges tell some of the toughest survival and redemption stories you’ll ever hear.
Spending on free community college for Californians would pay off big for the state
San Diego Union-Tribune
A little-noticed gem in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget would return California partway back to its glory days of tuition-free college.