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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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Conn. Community College Presidents: A 'Buyout' Or An 'Option To Leave'

Norwalk Community College President Disputes Account By Two Colleagues

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Oklahoma Lawmakers Look To Boost Community College, CareerTech Educations

Oklahoma has plenty of jobs, but the state's residents don't have the skills and training to fill them.

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Community College Enrollment Dip Sparks Concerns

Slowing enrollment at Ivy Tech and other community colleges across the nation is fueling worries that efforts to increase the number of adults with college degrees will falter at a time when the economy and businesses most need a skilled workforce.

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AACC Offers Credits For Experiences Outside Classroom

Prior Learning Assessment designed for those in the workforce

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GRCC Takes Fresh Approach To Keep Students From Failing Remedial Classes

Grand Rapids Community College may have found a novel way to help more students pass developmental education classes: Speed them up.

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Community Colleges' Crisis Slows Students' Progress To A Crawl

Thousands of degree seekers are able to enroll in only one class at a time. Hopes of graduating or transferring wither as years pass.

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Calhoun Community College Receives $500,000 For Disadvantaged Nursing Students

Calhoun Community College has received $500,000 to benefit disadvantaged students in the nursing program.

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