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The Chronicle of Higher Education's
Weekly Report on COMMUNITY COLLEGES
Here is news of interest to community colleges from our April 21 issue. The page numbers refer to that issue, and the Web addresses refer to the online versions of the articles.
- YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD: The credit outlook for community colleges is healthy, according to a new report: A44
- VIDEO COUNSELING: California's Coastline Community College is using Webcasting technology to bring counselors to students:
- STATE STUDENT AID RISES 8.8%: Most of the growth is due to a boom in merit-based scholarships, but critics say the trend is hurting low-income students: A39
- TAX CREDITS, TAKE 2: In their second year of dealing with the Hope and Lifetime Learning benefits for tuition, two-year and four-year colleges cope better with paperwork and student inquiries: A34
- EARLY BUDGET WRANGLING: Poised to propose big spending increases for Pell Grants, Congressional Republicans changed course: A35
ALSO OF INTEREST TO COMMUNITY COLLEGES:
- U. OF PHOENIX SETTLES WITH THE U.S.: The for-profit university agreed to pay $6-million to resolve federal charges that it had improperly given financial aid to ineligible students: A35
- NO SPEECH: Hedda Nussbaum, who was once accused of helping to murder her boyfriend's daughter in a widely publicized case, canceled a domestic-violence speech at Suffolk County Community College because she felt the campus would "too hostile": A12
- NO MISS VINCENNES UNIVERSITY: The winner of the pageant at the two-year institution had to turn in her crown when it was disclosed that she had been pregnant: A51
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