The Pennsylvania college’s “Guns Down, Level Up” program aims to help people who have firsthand gun violence experiences to get the education, job training and help they need to succeed no matter their age.

Richmond Times-Dispatch

The Virginia Community College System, the only one in the state to negotiate for funds as a collective, is keenly aware that legislators in Richmond are wary to splash cash on higher education. So VCCS has pitched itself as different, offering legislators the opportunity to fund fast turnaround programs that will fill the gaps in the Virginia workforce.

Oregon Public Radio

Metrics shared by the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission show Oregon students are not consistently ready for college academics or for the long path to graduation. But higher education officials said more important are the causes behind the problems, and figuring out potential solutions which may address students’ lives outside of the classroom.

CommonWealth Magazine

Free college plans range in scope, support and programmatic design.

Times Higher Education

A diverse community college classroom is full of opportunities for enriching, student-led discussions.


The Georgia technical college is partnering with Phobe Putney Memorial Hospital in using its Living and Learning Community to expand the college’s nursing programs for their students.


Campus culture took center stage at Westmoreland County Community College as the Pennsylvania school opened its new Center for Equity, Inclusion and Belonging in a repurposed classroom in the Student Achievement Center.

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