07 Feb

Newsviews: One Million Degrees helping low-income community college students

Newsviews: One Million Degrees helping low-income community college students
Working, caring for family members and going to college full time, it’s a lot to juggle. But that’s the reality for many community college students. The Chicago non-profit One Million Degrees tries to help. Each year the organization provides tutoring …
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abc7chicago.com


Gaming degree pushes students further into tech world
Instructors are expanding the doorway for students interested in the world of technology as they create a new Flathead Valley Community College degree around programming and game design. Program Director Jim Goudy said the programing and game development …
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Daily Inter Lake


Lincoln College adding four-year degrees
LINCOLN — Lincoln College has received approval to add four more baccalaureate programs this fall and is ahead of schedule in its transition back to being a bachelor’s degree-granting institution, said President David Gerlach. Starting this fall, Lincoln …
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Herald & Review


Calvin College adds master of accounting degree
Responding to increased demand for skilled analysts, auditors and finance experts, Calvin College has added a master of accounting (MAcc) program. The new degree is Calvin’s third graduate-level offering, joining a master of speech pathology and …
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Grand Rapids Business Journal


A surprising group is taking over college campuses
Parents are flocking to college campuses as a college degree becomes increasingly necessary to secure a good job in today’s labor market. But at the same time that this group of student parents is growing, the resources colleges provide to them are …
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Market Watch