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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

California’s Debt-Free Plan May Cost $3.3B

by Fermin Leal | February 03, 2017
Increasing financial aid so California students can graduate public colleges and universities w [...] Read more

Faculty Votes “No Confidence” in College Head

by Elizabeth Kuebel | February 02, 2017
BLOUNTVILLE, TN (WJHL) – The faculty senate at a local community college says it has no confi [...] Read more

5 Things Administrators Want from Edtech

by Sydnee Johnson | January 26, 2017
If you could make an education technology wish list, what would it be? We asked community colle [...] Read more

W.Va. Congressman, Colleges Form Research Consortium

by Rusty Marks | January 24, 2017
U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., has made an agreement with leaders from eight colleges and u [...] Read more