Community Colleges

How GRCC's Job Training Programs Are Helping Displaced Workers Find Careers

Greg Wiseman found himself out of work for the first time in more than three decades in March 2011 when he was laid off from Steelcase.

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Northern Virginia Community College and StraighterLine Partner for Flexible Higher Education Options

StraighterLine and Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) announced today a partnership to provide another pathway to an affordable college degree.

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S.F. City College Opens Amid Uncertainty

On their first day of school this week at embattled City College of San Francisco, three Chinese-speaking students practiced an unfamiliar English phrase as they crossed the quad: "Save - City - College."

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Community Colleges Across California Face Accreditation Sanctions

Community colleges throughout California are facing sanctions from the agency that accredits colleges in the West, largely a result of the state cutting funding for several years as the federal government has stepped up performance standards.

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Calhoun Community College Offers Peek Into Renovated Huntsville Campus

The drawings are only conceptual and the reality may be "dramatically different," school officials said, but the plan for a proposed Huntsville campus overhaul of Calhoun Community College is dramatic.

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NorthWest Arkansas Community College May Have $1.6 M Shortfall

NorthWest Arkansas Community College's latest estimate predicts a $1.6 million shortfall for the fiscal year that ended June 30, officials said.

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Austin Community College Completes Acquisition Of Highland Mall

Austin Community College has completed its acquisition of Highland Mall for $1.7 million, clearing the way for the college to move ahead with plans to revitalize the site, officials announced today.

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OSU-Cascades Will Fill Hole In Ore. Education

The state is closing the giant hole in the middle of its public university system — Central Oregon.

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City College Cuts Seen As Inevitable

California's community college system Chancellor Jack Scott said Monday that it would be a "disaster" if City College of San Francisco lost its accreditation and had to close, and urged any reluctant college leaders to accept that cuts need to be made and do what needs to be done to save themselves.

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