Community colleges highlight needs at Capitol gathering
More than 100 Mississippi community college students, faculty, staff and administrators flooded the Capitol in Jackson this week to ask legislators to continue their financial support of the 15 colleges.
House-passed bill mandates community colleges disclose information
The Kansas House has overwhelmingly approved legislation requiring community colleges in the state to post to websites detailed information about transferring course credit, tuition and fees, enrollment statistics and taxpayer funding.
Esports taking off at Northern Virginia Community College
Northern Virginia Community College is one of the largest community colleges in the country, and its new Esports program is already making strides – so much so, that it’s already going toe to toe with universities nationwide.
Texas State Technical College honored at state capitol
Marshall News Messenger
Lawmakers in both chambers of the 86th Texas Legislature honored Texas State Technical College today with resolutions declaring Feb. 27, 2019, as “TSTC Day at the Capitol.”
State audit finds New Mexico college’s financial outlook improved despite declining enrollment
Santa Fe New Mexican
Santa Fe Community College had a clean state audit for fiscal year 2018, along with increasing net worth and rising cash reserves, which is good news as the college, like many other public two-year colleges, has struggled with declining enrollment and state funding cuts in recent years.