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Dual Enrollment Works. But Who Is It Working For?

by Sara Weissman | April 14, 2020
Study after study shows the benefits of dual enrollment, or partnerships that allow students to [...] Read more

College Enrollment Declining, ATCC Matches National Trends

by Rachel Kubik | January 13, 2020
In October 2018, 18.9 million people were enrolled in college in the United States. That was 1. [...] Read more

College Enrollment Declining, ATCC Matches National Trends

by Rachel Kubik | January 10, 2020
In October 2018, 18.9 million people were enrolled in college in the United States. That was 1. [...] Read more

Southwest Community College Awarded $2.1M Grant to Promote Student Success, Equity

by Laura Testino | October 15, 2019
Southwest Tennessee Community College received $2.1 million to improve student success, while c [...] Read more

What Graduation Rates Have Missed for Community College Students

| October 11, 2019
For years, federal data essentially ignored the outcomes of the typical community college stude [...] Read more

Enrollment is Still Falling at Community Colleges in Hampton Roads

by Robyn Sidersky and Matt Jones | September 27, 2019
Enrollment at Tidewater Community College for the semester that began a few weeks ago is down 8 [...] Read more

Economy, Affordability to Blame in Decreased Community College Enrollment

by | September 17, 2019
New research from the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) found that postsecondary institu [...] Read more

Riverland Community College Enrollment is Up

by Sarah Kocher | September 03, 2019
This year, a few more students are calling the Riverland campus home than the year before. Acco [...] Read more
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