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Florida Lawmakers Seek Limit on BA Programs

by Rowan Moore Gerety | February 16, 2017
Florida’s community colleges, now called state colleges, can offer more than an associate’s [...] Read more

Virginia Perplexed: More Seniors, Fewer College Enrollees

by Karin Kapsidelis | February 07, 2017
Where have all the high school seniors gone? That’s the question perplexing state higher educ [...] Read more

Florida May Limit Expansion of 4-Year Degrees

by Lindsay Kilbride & Lloyd Dunkelberger | January 31, 2017
The Florida Senate is considering a bill that could shift control away from state colleges and [...] Read more

N.Y. Educators Look to Data for Better Outcomes

by Bret Jaspers | January 24, 2017
New York’s colleges are concerned about retaining students. Only about a quarter of New Y [...] Read more

Lone Star Expands Workforce Training Unit

by Jamie Wilkins | January 24, 2017
Lone Star College-Conroe Center officially opened its new, state-of-the-art workforce training [...] Read more

College Deals with 20% Enrollment Drop

by Paul Leighton | January 12, 2017
DANVERS — Full-time enrollment at North Shore Community College has dropped by more than 20 p [...] Read more

Americorps Coaches Students to Complete College

by Andrew Carter | December 20, 2016
MARION – The issue of students failing to complete college degree programs is at the fore [...] Read more

2 Institutions Agree on Seamless Transfer to Degree Programs

| December 13, 2016
MAYS LANDING—Atlantic Cape Community College and SUNY Maritime College recently signed four a [...] Read more