Taking “Community” Out Community CollegeApril 21, 2017 |
by Rob Miller
I write in response to The Bulletin’s April 8 editorial (“College cuts to test ‘top-heavy’ critique”). It reflects a flawed assumption that Connecticut’s community colleges may be overstaffed with “high-paid” administrators and supports action by the board of regents to consolidate the 12 colleges into a centrally managed college.
I had the privilege of serving as the founding president of Quinebaug Valley Community College for 21 years. In addition, I served as interim president at four of the other colleges in our system, including Three Rivers (when it was Mohegan).