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Students on a Maine Community College System campus

More Access Means More Enrollment for Maine Community Colleges

A recent report shows a surge in enrollment across Maine Community College System campuses from 2022 to 2023 and credits the state’s Free College Scholarship program.

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2 SUNY Institutions, 1 Campus

Clinton Community College plans to move its operations to SUNY Plattsburgh’s campus by the 2025–26 academic year in response to enrollment and financial challenges.

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Community Colleges Primed For, but Struggling With, Tech Adoption

With working students desperate for flexibility and employers seeking tech skills, online learning is in high demand. So why are community colleges struggling to provide it?

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A State Calculates the Costs of Dual Enrollment

Ohio’s state auditor finds that half of colleges lose money when accounting for all costs of their programs for high school students.

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Conflict Over Community College Baccalaureate Degrees Lands in Idaho

The state’s four-year colleges and universities opposed a two-year college’s proposed business degree, citing program duplication. Experts say that’s the wrong argument.

Four students walk across the campus of Spartanburg Community College.

Investigations Conclude College Administrators Lied to Media, Mistreated Faculty

The investigations found that Spartanburg Community College disbanded its Faculty Senate and surveilled faculty members, then lied about it to media outlets and South Carolina’s inspector general.

Students participate in a Career Ready Bootcamp project at RIT

Creating Career Pathways for Neurodiverse Students

Community colleges are increasing the number and scale of programs designed for these students and are becoming the training pipelines that connect them to employers.

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States Draft Plans to ‘Shape the Future’

U.S. Department of Education urges states to create plans outlining their goals for career and technical education and workforce development in 2024.