Kaylee’s Law pulls all community colleges’ campus security into one comprehensive vision
The law mandates that campus security officers can not look like law enforcement, including their uniforms and their vehicles.
Commentary: Congress’ $2B to community colleges worth it or not?
Despite compelling evidence of their critical role in connecting Americans to economic opportunity, funding for community colleges remains alarmingly low.
Commentary: $2M grant to Wisconsin college a game-changer
Herald Times Reporter
Lakeshore Technical College (LTC) will use the funding to develop high-wage, high-demand programs in a competency-based learning format where students can learn at their own pace by progressing when they have proven specific, job competencies, writes LTC President Paul Carlsen.
Commentary: Two-year colleges make a difference for people and business
GSA Business Report
Two-year colleges have proved that they are critical in meeting workforce needs and thus helping the communities they serve attract business and industry, writes Keith Miller, president of Greenville Technical College in South Carolina.
Grant to help military-connected students in community colleges
CBS 19 News
There are 13 community college students from military families in Virginia who are getting full tuition and other assistance as the inaugural class of Dominion Energy Fellows.