Community Colleges

Four Of Frederick Community College's Top Positions Filled With Interim Hires

Four of Frederick Community College's top jobs are now filled with temporary replacements after college President Frederico Talley's mysterious departure last week, school officials confirmed Thursday.

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Athens State Trustees Amend Hiring, Spending And Ethics Policies

Newly appointed trustees at Athens State University are wasting little time amending rules and procedures that once governed the school under the state's two-year college system.

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Harford CC OKs Operating Budget Planning To Spend 1.8% More

The Harford Community College Board of Trustees unanimously approved a plan Tuesday evening to spend $47,019,736 in the 2013-14 fiscal year, an increase in spending of $829,448, or 1.8 percent, over the current fiscal year.

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City College's New Divide

After the good news of Prop. A’s passage, CCSF discovered it wasn’t on track to meet its required enrollment numbers

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Linn-Benton CC's Hamann Appointed to Quality Education Commission

Greg Hamann, president of Linn-Benton Community College, has been appointed to serve a four-year term on the state Quality Education Commission.

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Pell Grant Changes Hit Community College Students Hard

Enrollment at Community College of Philadelphia fell 4 percent last fall, and officials suspect tightened eligibility guidelines for federal financial aid are to blame in part.

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Former Coconino CC Page Campus Dean Elected to CCC Board

Lloyd Hammonds, who served as Page campus Dean for 14 years, has been elected to the College's District Governing Board. Hammonds, who ran unopposed for the seat left vacant by Page resident Val Gleave, begins his Governing Board term in January.

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Tidewater Community College Plan Speeds College Degree Process

Local educators are working on a plan to enable students to graduate from high school with associate degrees or certificates of general studies from Tidewater Community College.

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Adult Students Receive Increased Attention From Oklahoma Community College Officials

Officials say they're beginning to see increases in a different kind of student, demanding different types of programs.

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