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Submitted by Taylor Yakowenko on Wed, 01/21/2015 - 5:01pm.READ MORE:
Last night President Barack Obama announced his proposal to offer two years of free community college to students who qualify. The proposal is a grant program, and as such students will need to meet a variety of state and institutional requirements. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Thu, 02/20/2014 - 1:25pm.READ MORE:
North Carolina's higher education system has a deal comparable to synchronizing traffic lights. The University of North Carolina and the State Board of Community Colleges will finalize an agreement Friday easing the way for students to transfer between the two systems without losing class credits. Full story...
Submitted by Allyson Lorick on Fri, 08/16/2013 - 6:56am.READ MORE:
Over 9,000 have registered for classes at Cape Fear Community College for fall classes that begin today, and if enrollment is any indication, the local demand for job training and affordable higher education remains strong. Full story...
Submitted by Holden Kurwicki on Tue, 05/14/2013 - 3:34pm.READ MORE:
Public smoking bans tend to spark emotions on both sides of the conversation, and that is certainly true at Wrightsville Beach, the first public beach in the state to ban smoking on the sand. Now a bill in the state Senate could send the ordinance up in smoke. Full story...
Submitted by IE on Wed, 03/06/2013 - 5:24pm.READ MORE:
Considered to be the philosophical godfather of the state's community college system, Cape Fear Community College honored Dr. Dallas Herring today. Full story...
Submitted by WWAY on Thu, 06/14/2012 - 2:19pm.READ MORE:
Submitted by Marissa Jasek on Tue, 06/28/2011 - 11:08am.READ MORE:
A proposal to consolidate community colleges in the state has many college leaders split on the idea. The General Assembly's Program Evaluation Division says merging several colleges into a larger neighboring school would save about $5 million a year. Full story...
Submitted by Asha Dave on Wed, 05/11/2011 - 1:42pm.READ MORE:
Just days after graduation, community colleges across North Carolina got news of a potential 12 percent funding cut from the state. Students who rely on scholarships from the North Carolina Education Lottery may also lose funding. Full story...
Submitted by Nadine Maeser on Fri, 01/21/2011 - 9:20pm.READ MORE: