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Mediator to Hear Case of Seized Papers

by Roxana Hegeman, Associated Press | May 16, 2017
WICHITA, Kan. — A federal mediator is expected to hear arguments next month over a grievance [...] Read more

Audit Will Examine Spending at College

by Ted Andersen | April 25, 2017
Millions of dollars of parcel tax money intended for faculty salaries in the Peralta Community [...] Read more

4 Community College Leaders to Watch

by Autumn A. Arnett | April 25, 2017
Two-year colleges are often seen as a last option for students who may not be ready to enter th [...] Read more

Experts: NY Free-College Model Positive, Not Perfect

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 11, 2017
While the state of New York’s new “tuition-free college” program may pave the way for sim [...] Read more

Va. Partnership Could Revolutionize Transfers

by Danielle Douglas-Gabriel | April 07, 2017
When George Mason University launched a bachelor’s program in mechanical engineering two year [...] Read more

Alabama System Will Review Presidents

by Jim Little | March 21, 2017
A presidential search for a permanent Southern Union president will begin later this year, said [...] Read more

Alabama System Weighs Merger of IT, Business

by Jim Little | March 14, 2017
The Alabama Community College System is considering a strategy to merge its business and inform [...] Read more
New Cape May President Outlines Workforce Agenda

New Cape May President Outlines Workforce Agenda

by Al Campbell | February 21, 2017
COURT HOUSE – Dr. Barbara Gaba, Atlantic Cape Community College’s ninth president, and [...] Read more