Colleges

Predatory for-profit colleges are back. It’s time to stop them

When the pandemic struck, consumer advocates and academics in higher education issued a grim warning: predatory for-profit colleges were on the verge of a revival. A year later, those predictions have proven to be depressingly correct. While community colleges have struggled to enroll, for-profit college attendance has skyrocketed, especially among …

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College football playoff standings: analysts’ predictions for Tuesday November 23 standings after week 12

It’s been another wild weekend in college football (aren’t they all wild? Isn’t that why we’re here?), So how will the college football playoff selection committee react? he at Oregon housing, the state of Michigan being lambasted by the state of Ohio and Cincinnati doing a show against SMU. The …

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NACC Named One of 150 Colleges Eligible for Aspen Award 2023 | New

Last Tuesday, the Aspen Institute named Northeast Alabama Community College among 150 institutions eligible for the Aspen Million Dollar Award for Excellence in Community Colleges, National Recognition of Community College Achievement and High Performance Americans. The Aspen Institute ranks the NACC among the top 150 community colleges in the United …

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CUNY SPH Partners With Five Colleges To Offer Graduate Pipeline Program

NEW YORK, November 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (CUNY SPH) has partnered with select CUNY colleges to offer an accelerated master’s pipeline program for students interested in a career in public health. The CUNY SPH 4 + 1 program …

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With fewer students on campus, Unity College and its namesake city are changing

Unity defines itself as a university town. But now most of the students are gone. Unity College was founded to protect the city from rural decline, but following sweeping curriculum reforms that sharply reduced the number of students on campus, Unity residents are wondering how to adapt in the future. …

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Charleston College to Start Relaxing COVID-19 Protocols

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – Charleston College officials are easing restrictions on COVID-19 after reporting “encouraging signs” of a downtrend in the latest wave. Starting Monday, the college will lift its current limit of 50 people at college-sponsored indoor gatherings on or off campus. The limits will revert to the posted …

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Detroit News College Football Pick: Week 10

The Detroit News’ Matt Charboneau, Angelique S. Chengelis, John Niyo and Bob Wojnowski offer their predictions for the best matches of Week 10 of the college football season. All choices made against the spread. Indiana +19 in Michigan Coal: Indiana Chengelis: Indiana Niyo: Michigan Wojnowski: Michigan Michigan State -3 at …

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