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Articulation Agreements Come of Age

One useful, practical, and sensible concept in the pursuit of a college education seems to be a well-kept secret and certainly is not something students dwell on while thinking about attending college. 747 more words

Community College in the News

NPR Want to Finish College?

Did anyone read The Center for Community College Student Engagement Report 2017? Maybe not, but you may have read about it on NPR’s website this morning.   2,192 more words

Dual Enrollment

From the Ground Up: the Story of Jillann Neely

When Jillann Neely first came to OCC in 1979, the hospitality program didn’t exist. As a budding professional, she was tasked with creating the program from the ground up. 353 more words

Onondaga Community College

How to block out negativity 

I’ve had so many exciting things happening in my life. I’ll be getting married in October and I’ve found a career that I love and I get to pursue! 512 more words

ASU student with autism crowd-funds nearly $9,975 for his education

James Deibler set up a GoFundMe account which received thousands of dollars in contributions from anonymous donors and some politicians

04/19/17 | 7:11pm

ASU public policy junior James Deibler, a 32-year-old with  42 more words

Written Works

Accreditation All the Time

Just as filing, dishes, and laundry can pile up and become dreaded tasks of epic proportion, the recordkeeping, assessment, and reporting elements associated with the traditional college reaffirmation cycle can cause a sense of panic in even the most seasoned higher education veterans. 615 more words

Capital Partners With The Hartford To Launch "Earn & Learn" Claims Apprenticeship Program

Capital Community College  is partnering with The Hartford to launch an insurance apprenticeship program that will offer an insurance-specific curriculum, paid-on-the-job training, tuition assistance and mentoring to equip students for key customer-facing roles in The Hartford’s claims operation. 384 more words