CT Mirror

The state budget spending cap is expected to slam down on Connecticut’s public colleges and universities next year, reducing course offerings and teaching posts while triggering further tuition and fees hikes.

Daily Hampshire Gazette

Some 6,500 to 8,000 students are estimated to take advantage of the MassConnect program this academic year, Gov. Maura Healey’s office estimated, boosting enrollment at the state’s 15 community colleges after years of fewer students signing up for classes during the Covid pandemic.

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