Grads’ earnings can contribute to community college decisions

The U.S. Department of Education for the first time released data on the earnings of graduates from thousands of different career training programs on its website last month.

Calif. bill which could help community college students pay for their education

SB 15 would increase the maximum Cal Grant C amount that students at California Community Colleges can use toward covering access costs — such as housing, transportation, and food — from $547 to $3,000.

Mass. community college expands cybersecurity associate program

The new associate-degree program at Middlesex Community College has 99 students but is already slated for expansion, with two certificate programs and potential night and weekend hours or online enrollment for those already in the field and looking to know the latest in the industry.

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