Community Colleges

City College of SF Students, Faculty Want More Input

While City College of San Francisco administrators scramble to stave off bankruptcy and save the school's accreditation, they are being pressured by a group of students and faculty members who want a bigger say in deciding whether to reduce class offerings, lay off staffers or eliminate some academic programs entirely.

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More Community Colleges Embrace Fund-Raising, Reconnect With Alumni

The two-year schools are trying to follow a path long traveled by four-year universities, but face their own set of challenges, including the lack of big league sports or scientific research.

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GRCC Responds To Pricing And Scheduling Concerns Raised By MLive Reader

Paying for a college education has long been a challenge for students, especially those who don’t qualify for free financial aid or receive scholarships.

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S.F. City College Submits Action Plan

The embattled City College of San Francisco met its first critical deadline Monday, submitting an action plan to the accreditation team that has threatened to close the school if it doesn't mend its free-spending ways and murky approach to decisions.

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Economy Up, Enrollment Down: Community Colleges In Southwest Michigan See Numbers Decline

Southwest Michigan community colleges are seeing a decline in fall enrollment numbers this fall. Despite declining numbers, the reason could be because the economy is looking up.

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More Community College Students Commuting To Multiple Campuses

Students are choosing to commute — by bus, car and train — to different campuses because severe funding cuts have forced colleges to cut classes and consolidate programs.

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