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Striving for Students to Complete Degrees

May 13, 2012

Statistics show the surest way for anyone to land a job in their chosen field is to finish college and earn a degree or certificate, and that's exactly what students at Northeast Alabama Community College have promised to do by signing a mass

College Credit without College

May 6, 2012

The Internet takes college courses out of the classroom. But prior learning assessment takes college outside of college.

Ivy Tech Expects to Break Records

May 1, 2012

Ivy Tech Community College is expecting a record-breaking number of graduates this year. The college estimates 15,500 students will be awarded certificates in the next few weeks.

Different Course, Different Price

April 24, 2012

As the dust settles over Santa Monica College’s halted two-tier pricing plan, community colleges around the country are adopting other forms of differential tuition.

Outpacing IPEDS

March 26, 2012

Researcher's new tool for producing timelier data on college degree completion shows 6.5 percent increase in number of credentials awarded in U.S. in 2011.

Not Quite Complete

March 26, 2012

The percentage of degree holders hasn't increased much during the Lumina Foundation's three-year push, but policy makers have jumped on the \completion agenda\" bandwagon."

Completion and Quality at CUNY

March 21, 2012

A feud over new general education requirements at the City University of New York kicked up a notch Wednesday, as faculty groups filed a lawsuit to block the plan and slammed administrators for putting graduation rates ahead of academic rigor.

No Diploma, No GED, No Aid

March 19, 2012

As of July 1, newly enrolled students are required to have a high school diploma or GED in order to receive federal financial aid.