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Mt. Hood CC Board Chooses Three Finalists for President

Mt. Hood Community College's board has whittled its list of potential presidents from 38 applicants to three finalists, all of whom are high-level administrators at other community colleges. Each finalist will take part individually in public forums on April 5 and then sit for a second interview with the college's board of education on April 6.

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Harford CC (Md.) Student Magazine Wins National Honors

Owl Magazine, the student magazine of Harford Community College in Bel Air, recently won national honors in the Apple Awards Competition sponsored by the National College Media Association. The Winter 2012 issue placed second in the category of Best Magazine Cover.

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Onondaga CC Names Casey Crabill New President

Onondaga Community College announced today that Kathleen "Casey" Crabill (KRAY-bill) will become the eighth president of the college. Crabill was unanimously selected by the Onondaga Community College board of trustees, and approved today by the State University of New York board of trustees.

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Two-Year Institutions Making Bigger Commitment to Community

Maintaining healthy town/gown relations enhances campus life and generally makes the institutional mission easier to achieve. In recent years, however, community college officials are finding that efforts must go beyond providing cultural venues that locals can access.

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A Community College's Efforts in Connecting with Prospects

Every institution leader thinks about how to connect with students from a range of backgrounds. At Bluegrass Community and Technical College (Ky.), the Office of Latino Outreach and Student Support Services works to provide access to educational opportunities for students, and then supports them once they enroll. Erin Howard, Hispanic/Latino outreach director there, shares her perspective on admissions and outreach.

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Two-year institutions making a bigger commitment to community outreach

Maintaining healthy town/gown relations enhances campus life and generally makes the institutional mission easier to achieve. In recent years, however, community college officials are finding that efforts must go beyond providing cultural venues that locals can access.

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Kellogg CC (Mich.) Makes President's Community Service Honor Roll

Kellogg Community College is one of just two two-year colleges in Michigan to be listed on the 2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest honor a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service learning, and civic engagement. It was the first time KCC has made the list.

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Community Colleges Help India with Ambitious Education Plan

About 25 community college leaders traveled to India last month to advise government officials and education leaders as they implement an ambitious plan to upgrade the nation’s technical education system. India has made a commitment to establish 200 community colleges over the next few years.

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Hudson County CC (N.J.) Is Finalist for AACC Award

Hudson County Community College has been named a finalist for one of the American Association of Community College’s New Awards of Excellence. HCCC is the only New Jersey two-year college in the running for the organization’s Student Success Award. Twenty-five schools across the nation are competing.

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Jackson CC (Mich.) Conducting Voluntary Lockdown Drills

Jackson Community College isn’t required to do drills designed to protect its students and employees from campus threats, but that’s not stopping college officials from doing them. That includes instituting a critical incident team that incorporates everyone from safety personnel to college employees to JCC President Dan Phelan, Allen said. The team will cover policies and procedures for everything from active shooters on campus to bomb threats to chemical spills in labs and power outages, she said.

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