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Federal student aid changes could have major impact on Okla. community colleges
After working toward it for five years, Lori Colbart will receive her degree this week. But she very nearly didn't make it because of federal financial aid changes.

Kan. college summer enrollment drops 27%
Enrollment is way down, so far, for the summer semester at Wichita Area Technical College—and the college's president sees federal budget cuts are part of the reason for it.

Rural community colleges face unique challenges
Although community colleges have a much higher profile than they did a few years ago, institutions that serve rural communities still face daunting challenges.

Calif. community colleges look to save money by banning repeat classes
The California Community Colleges Board of Governors is taking a look at a proposal to prohibit students from repeating a course in any subject area unless they fail to earn a satisfactory grade.