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MLive.com
Michigan community college students struggle to earn bachelor's degrees in timely mannerMichigan's community colleges do a good job helping students transfer to four-y
Michigan community college students struggle to earn bachelor's degrees in timely manner
MLive.com / Posted 13 days ago
Michigan's community colleges do a good job helping students transfer to four-year colleges, according to a new report. But once at the four year schools, the transfer students often struggle to earn a bachelor's degree in a timely manner. The... Read more
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KERA North Texas
In Texas, Community College Students Often Leave for Four-Year Schools Without a DegreeEver since Alberto Perez was a kid growing up in Dove Springs, he knew he wante
In Texas, Community College Students Often Leave for Four-Year Schools Without a Degree
KERA North Texas / Posted 19 days ago
Ever since Alberto Perez was a kid growing up in Dove Springs, he knew he wanted to go to UT Austin. “I remember telling my mom, pointing at the tower, saying, 'that’s where I’m going to go to school,'" Perez remembers. Perez went to Austin's... Read more
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The News-Times
Connecticut fares poorly in college transfer studyAlthough the vast majority of students who attend community colleges say their
Connecticut fares poorly in college transfer study
The News-Times / Posted 21 days ago
Although the vast majority of students who attend community colleges say their intent is to earn a bachelor’s degree, in Connecticut only 10 percent reach that goal. Nationally, the average is 14 percent. Connecticut ranked 30th out of 43 states in... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Connecticut fares poorly in college transfer studyAlthough the vast majority of students who attend community colleges say their
Connecticut fares poorly in college transfer study
Connecticut Post / Posted 21 days ago
Although the vast majority of students who attend community colleges say their intent is to earn a bachelor’s degree, in Connecticut only 10 percent reach that goal. Nationally, the average is 14 percent. Connecticut ranked 30th out of 43 states in... Read more
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