Community Colleges

Tidewater CC Selects New Leaders For Two Local Campuses

Two new leaders have been picked to lead Tidewater Community College's Portsmouth and Norfolk campuses.

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House Bill Would Expand Grants To College Students

On television and billboards throughout Hampton Roads, advertisements inform students that if they enroll at Tidewater Community College, it can be a gateway to four-year schools such as the University of Virginia.

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New Sacramento City College Facility Debuts At UC Davis

A Sacramento City College center in Davis that is the first community college on a University of California campus is set to open its doors to students on Saturday.

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Shaping The Future Of Higher Education

College costs are rising. Student debt is mounting. And most Americans say college fails to deliver good values.

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California Community Colleges Approve Overhaul

Over the objections of angry college students and worried faculty members, California community college leaders voted Monday to support a systemwide overhaul that could end many free classes for older adults and squeeze out students who fail to move quickly through the system.

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Private Sector Gets Job Skills; Public Gets Bill

North Carolina is picking up much of the cost. It is paying about $1 million to help nearly 400 workers acquire these skills, and a community college has committed to develop a custom curriculum that Caterpillar has valued at about $4.3 million.

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Clerk: Grand Rapids Community College Could Save $250,000 By Posing Tax Increase Request In August Or November Instead Of May

Grand Rapids Community College would save about $250,000 by moving its possible tax increase request to August or November, instead of the recommended May election date, Kent County Clerk Mary Hollinrake said.

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Delgado Community College Is One Of Nation's Fastest-Growing Two-Year Colleges

Delgado Community College is one of the country's fastest-growing two-year colleges of its size, according to a survey in Community College Week. Among community colleges with at least 10,000 students, Delgado ranked eighth in growth, with a 13 percent jump between fall 2009 and fall 2010. The enrollment rose from 16,618 to 18,767.

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