Book orders, advance registration and more.
Confessions of a Community College Dean
February 27, 2014 - 3:57am
Setting and enforcing the right rules.
August 1, 2006
Community college group says U.S. officials would improperly exclude students seeking certificates from new grant program.
July 21, 2006
House-Senate conference committee votes to keep Tech-Prep program separate from state grants under Perkins program.
July 13, 2006
Houston Community College considers creating honors college and giving full scholarships to feed students into 4-year institutions.
July 11, 2006
Education Department to create national R&D center on postsecondary education, with a focus on community colleges.
July 5, 2006
Change in Florida law wipes out community college tuition and fees for qualified students.
June 29, 2006
The message was simple: The campus culture at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill limits access to community college students. The messenger might have taken some by surprise: It was Steve Farmer, UNC’s own assistant provost and director of undergraduate admissions. Farmer addressed a group gathered Wednesday for the opener of a two-day meeting entitled “A Fresh Look at Equity at Selective Colleges and Universities: Expanding Access for Low-Income Community College Transfers.”
June 26, 2006
Paula M. Krebs and Mary Krebs Flaherty -- sisters who work at very different institutions -- reflect on lessons learned during the semester.
June 23, 2006
In Chicago, Roosevelt U. will help prepare faculty for community colleges, which will in turn provide students for the university.
June 22, 2006
Daytona Beach Community College is tying faculty and staff salaries to enrollment.
June 22, 2006
Community college graduation rates are low -- in some cases abysmally so. And as the push grows to hold colleges accountable for their students’ academic success, some leaders of two-year institutions have expressed concern that the low completion rates could make the colleges appear ineffective. But a study released Wednesday by the Education Department's National Center for Education Statistics offers some evidence to back up the argument of some community college officials that the institutions do pretty well with those who actually want to earn a degree.