Community Colleges

Santa Monica College Trustees Postpone Two-Tier Fee Plan

Proposal to offer classes in core courses such as English, math and history at a cost of about $180 per unit will get further study. It had sparked protests and a pepper-spraying incident.

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Chancellor Asks Santa Monica College To Put Two-Tier Plan On Hold

The system chief makes the request after a student protest that led to pepper-spraying. He says the plan to charge more for high-demand classes violates education codes and he's sought a legal opinion.

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Towson University Cleared To Construct Branch On Harford Community College Campus

Decision comes over objections from Morgan State leaders, who say building should be shared by universities around the state

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Confusing Transfer Rules Hamstring, Cost Texas College Students

Audra Page made a penny-wise decision to start her education at a community college before transferring to Texas State University, but her attempt to overcome an expensive higher education system ended up more frustrating than frugal.

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Some Grand Rapids CC Retirees Earned More Than $20,000 In Sick And Vacation Day Payouts

While payouts for unused leave time are relatively rare in the private sector, they are more common at public institutions, experts say.

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Community College to Charge More for Top Courses

For years now, administrators at the community college here have been inundated with woeful tales from students unable to register for the courses they need.

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Report: Community College Funding Drops 21%

At the same time, enrollment has climbed 60 percent, leading to higher tuition costs.

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City College of SF To Slash Summer School

City College of San Francisco will shut out thousands of students from summer school this year by delaying its start two weeks and accepting less than half the usual enrollment, all to save $500,000.

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