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More DREAMs come true in California: How tuition waivers opened doors for undocumented students

by Federick J. Ngo | December 20, 2018
California decided to crack open the door to higher education a little more for undocumented st [...] Read more

City College to drop one third of class offerings over 7 years

by Michael Toren | December 20, 2018
City College of San Francisco administrators say they need to permanently cancel as much as a t [...] Read more

Community College of Beaver County gets American Airlines grant

by Luke Torrance | December 20, 2018
The Community College of Beaver County’s School of Aviation Sciences was one of only 17 a [...] Read more

Federal grant to create jobs-training program at Stonehill College, Bridgewater State

by Ben Berke | December 18, 2018
EASTON —A new jobs-training program is coming to Stonehill College courtesy of a $570,000 fed [...] Read more

SUNY Schenectady allies with Cazenovia College for education degrees

by Rick Karlin | December 18, 2018
SCHENECTADY — Students at SUNY Schenectady will, starting in 2019, be able to get four-year t [...] Read more

Rethinking ‘Remedial’ Classes: Instead of Helping Students Catch Up, They Hold Them Back

by Max Larkin | December 18, 2018
In an effort to help disadvantaged students through college, both public schools and state offi [...] Read more

Mitchell Community College trustees to consider voter ID next year

by Ross Kiefer | December 14, 2018
Mitchell Community College officials will decide next year if it wants to make sure photo ident [...] Read more

Collin College to be Texas’ first community college with armed marshal program

by Jobin Paniquer | December 13, 2018
As students sit in the library and cram for their final exams, it’s likely that the last [...] Read more