It's not surprising that community colleges lag behind their four-year counterparts when it comes to utilizing the internet to recruit and admit students. What might be surprising is how large that gap can be.
Picture these scenarios:
At 1 a.m., a student heading back to her dorm after a late-night study group skips the shuttle, opting for a cross-campus walk, sans company, instead.
Enhanced opportunities for personal growth and intellectual development are what students residing in West Virginia University's new residence hall will get.