Community Colleges

Times Watchdog: What Does Drake State's Pursuit Of Community College Status Mean For Calhoun?

Higher education in Huntsville faces a shifting landscape that could lead to several more changes, and possible conflicts, in the near future.

Read more »

Central Community College Announces New G.I. Campus President

Mike Calvert, dean for humanities and social science at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kan., has been named as the new president of Central Community College-Grand Island.

Read more »

City College Of San Francisco On Brink Of Closure

The poorly run City College of San Francisco has eight months to prove it should stay in business, yet must "make preparations for closure," evaluators ordered Tuesday.

Read more »

City College Accreditation In Jeopardy, Report Says

As California cut millions from community colleges in recent years, City College of San Francisco dipped deeply into reserve funds to keep itself afloat.

Read more »

GRCC Medical School Partnership Aims To Change How Students Think About Community College

Grand Rapids Community College might not be the first place students looking to become a doctor choose to start their college career.

Read more »

Indiana's Two-Year School Retention Rates Ranked Low

Indiana spends more than most states for each bachelor’s degree awarded to students at state colleges and universities, according to a new report.

Read more »

STI Program Expanding Reach Of Drake State's Appeal To Students

Shattering those stereotypes of learning a "trade" simply to earn a living that has dogged tech programs is a critical aspect of Drake State's approach.

Read more »

Long Beach City College Tries An Alternative To Placement Tests

The two-year college is making some placement decisions based on new students' high school grades instead of their scores on a standardized exam.

Read more »

Pages