Community and technical college officials have high hopes for free tuition program
Senate Bill 1 provides free tuition to promote workforce training, and it would require those involved to pass a drug test, complete community service and work in the state for two years after a degree is earned without facing a penalty.
Lawmakers fast-track bond authority for community college
After putting the brakes on controversial legislation to impose a statewide property tax to benefit Delaware’s community college system, Democratic lawmakers had to apply the brakes again after trying to ram through an alternative plan to achieve the same goal through the legislative budget process.
Nebraska community college growing to meet needs
Grand Island Independent
Central Community College-Grand Island has three new programs to meet changing needs in three very specific areas.
McHenry visits North Carolina community college
Rep. Patrick McHenry last week stopped by Cleveland Community College for a first-hand look at the school’s data center.
Community Colleges Veterans Summit returns to Monterey Bay
The annual California Community Colleges Veterans Summit made a return to the Monterey Bay area this year, drawing nearly 350 administrators, staff and faculty members.
Colorado college program gives ‘Edge’ to future IT technicians
Following a demand for hiring in tech careers, the Community College of Aurora has launched a new program. The goal is to give students a fast track learning opportunity into the jobs highest in demand.