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Cross Enrollment For College Students May Expand In Louisiana

Students enrolled in any public college or university should be able to take online courses at any other university inside or outside the student's original system, a Louisiana Board of Regents member said Wednesday. "It will take coordination," Joseph Wiley, secretary of the Board of Regents, said of the idea of cross enrollment courses.

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New Agreement Allows Washtenaw Community College Transfers To Receive Associate Degree With University Of Michigan Credits

Students who transfer from Washtenaw Community College to the University of Michigan can now use their U-M credits toward degrees from both schools.

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Hodgepodge Transfer Policies Costly

More than half of all college students in Texas are enrolled at community colleges, but the transfer rate to four-year universities is a dismal 28 percent.

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Panel Wants Limit On Florida 2-Plus-2 Tuition

Gov. Rick Scott's higher education task force on Monday tentatively agreed to recommend holding the line on tuition for certain "two-plus-two" students who start at community colleges and then complete their degrees at universities.

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Schools Find New Ways To Welcome Community College Transfers

New efforts are meant to ease 'transfer shock' for a student population that helps public and private universities' bottom lines.

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Students Find Financial Reprieve At Colorado's Community Colleges

Smoother transfer agreements, admission guarantee build pipeline for CU

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OSU-Cascades Will Fill Hole In Ore. Education

The state is closing the giant hole in the middle of its public university system — Central Oregon.

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National Transfer Institute Plans Move to Georgia

NISTS Will be Housed at North Georgia College & State University

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Transfer Talk

Recognizing that IT students at two-year Lake Land College (Ill.) had no nearby transfer option, officials partnered with Eastern Illinois University to allow for transfer of credits toward a four-year degree in Management Information Systems.

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State, UW To Launch Dual-Enrollment Program For High-Schoolers

Starting in fall 2013, more high school students will earn high school and University of Wisconsin credit at the same time as part of a statewide initiative to provide earlier access to college classes and reduce the cost of a college degree.

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