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CUNY “Start” Program Gives Remedial Students Low-Cost Option

by Dian Schaffhauser | September 11, 2018
A new report that examined the impact of the City University of New York (CUNY) “Start [...] Read more

N.J. Colleges Compete for Pilot Program

by Brett Johnson | September 11, 2018
Don Borden, Camden County College’s president, finds evidence of local financial struggles ri [...] Read more

Banker Picks Up 2-Year College Tab for Graduating Class

by Dana Thiede | September 10, 2018
The Luck Public Schools confirmed for KARE 11 that that Dennis Frandsen — a self-made suc [...] Read more

Tennessee Colleges Struggle to Meet Demand of Reconnect Program

by Harriet Wallace | September 10, 2018
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Class is back in session at community colleges around the state, but offi [...] Read more

District Offers Free Tuition for First-Time, Full-Time Students

by Mike Aldax | August 30, 2018
There’s not just the Richmond Promise. Now, local students have access to the California Coll [...] Read more

Thousands More Tennesseans Than Expected Apply for Free Tuition

by Associated Press | August 30, 2018
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Officials say a new program allowing adults to attend community college or [...] Read more

U.S. Awards $2.5M to 3 Ky. Colleges to Train for Manufacturing

by Associated Press | August 24, 2018
HAZARD, Ky. — The federal government has awarded $2.5 million in grants to three Kentucky com [...] Read more

Higher Ed Act Turns 10: How Landscape Has Changed

by Emily Bouck and India Heckstall | August 21, 2018
Ten years ago, on August 14, 2008, President George W. Bush signed into law the 2008 Higher Edu [...] Read more