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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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Community College Enrollments Drop In Oklahoma, Nationwide

Even as enrollment grows at their four-year counterparts, many community colleges in Oklahoma are seeing their projected enrollments decline.

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Brice W. Harris To Head Calif.'s Community Colleges

The new chancellor acknowledges the financial stresses facing the 112-campus system but says 'the best days are ahead of us.'

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Three Rivers Systems shows CAMS Enterprise at RCCA annual convention in Dubuque, Iowa this week

Three Rivers Systems Inc. is demonstrating CAMS® Enterprise, the disruptive technology choice for academic management at the Rural Community College Alliance annual meeting this week in Dubuque, Iowa. A disruptive technology is an innovation creating a new market that “disrupts” an existing one by displacing earlier technology.

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City College Of San Francisco To Unveil Blueprint For Survival

California's largest community college responds to findings this summer by an accrediting commission that placed its future in jeopardy.

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Austin Community College Developing Go-at-Your-Own-Pace Courses

In 2011, when Gov. Rick Perry issued an executive order establishing WGU Texas, a state-approved subsidiary of Western Governors University, a national, nonprofit online university, many of the state's top higher education officials heralded its competency-based approach to student advancement.

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Delgado Community College Enrollment Drops After 6 Years Of Growth

After six years of post-Katrina growth, in which its enrollment surged by more than 74 percent, Delgado Community College reported an 11.4 percent drop in the number of full-time students who registered for the fall semester.

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