Campus Issues

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N.Y. educators, colleges react to Cuomo’s free state college proposal Adirondack Daily Enterprise At Lake Placid High School, guidance counselor Connie Hammaker was taken aback by the news that could drastically change the landscape for…


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Budget cuts are taking the heaviest toll on colleges that serve the neediest students Hechinger Report Community colleges are being asked to do more, such as provide remedial education, workforce training and professional certificates to…



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​Tenn. colleges will face changes under new leader The Tennessean The agenda of the next leader of Tennessee’s largest college system could reshape the ways students across the state engage with community and technical colleges….




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Hoping for the best, prepared for the worst Beloit Daily News Thanks to Blackhawk Technical College’s $8.7 million investment in renovations to the Health Science Division, medical mannequins and video technology, students are getting prepared…


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Ohio community college educates well with other colleges Morning Journal When the University Partnership started, Lorain County Community College partnered with five colleges and universities and delivered 12 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Today, the…


Fall enrollments dip again

Overall fall 2016 postsecondary education enrollments fell by more than 270,000 students — a 1.4 percent dip — mainly among students over the age of 24, according to new estimates from the National Student Clearinghouse…


Newsmakers

CEOs Laura L. Douglas has been appointed the next president of Bristol Community College in Massachusetts, pending approval from the state board of higher education and contract agreement. She is currently provost at Des Moines…