Lenoir-Rhyne CCA

Lenoir-Rhyne CCA An M.A. in Community College Administration can improve your employability, leading to a variety of administrative positions. The Master of Arts in Community College Administration program is designed for emerging community college administrative leaders like you to develop skills needed to serve and advance in a variety of roles in the community or technical college system.
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The program emphasizes exposure to a variety of community college and higher education administration issues, programs, and services. What makes our program unique? Read on.

** Designed to meet your schedule at your own pace- whether that is full time or a course at a time
**Traditional and career track admission giving students more than one way to be admitted
** Involved and engaging faculty with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the community college system

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07/14/2016

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The Rise of the Lawnmower Parent
07/04/2016
The Rise of the Lawnmower Parent

The Rise of the Lawnmower Parent

It happened again this week. Several times, in fact. I’m a professor at a well-known local university, and my office is located directly across from the elevators. Because I maintain a literal “open-door” policy for my students, visitors often mistake me for the department secretary, as I am the fir...

American Association of Community Colleges
05/18/2016
American Association of Community Colleges

American Association of Community Colleges

More than 30 community colleges will participate in a federal pilot program that will allow high school students to use Pell grants to cover their dual-enrollment costs.

YES! go bears! #LRGRAD #CCADMIN
05/14/2016

YES! go bears! #LRGRAD #CCADMIN

Congratulations!! #LRGrad

Workforce Continuing Education - Wayne Community College
05/13/2016

Workforce Continuing Education - Wayne Community College

If you are interested in applying to becoming a substitute for Wayne County Public Schools for the upcoming School year, pre-register today for the Effective Teacher I course. Effective Teacher II is persons returning to the classroom to substitute.

Inside Higher Ed
05/03/2016
Inside Higher Ed

Inside Higher Ed

Study finds that students who start at community college earn bachelor's degrees at much lower rates but those who transfer fare as well as (or better than) "native" four-year-college students.

MindShift
03/03/2016
MindShift

MindShift

Only 8% of Perspectives’s students passed multi-state college-readiness tests last year. But to Shulla-Cose, another set of statistics is much more important: 99% of Perspectives students are accepted to college, 93% attend, and 44% graduate from college in six years, according to the schools’ internal data.

Would this work at your institution?
03/03/2016
American Association of Community Colleges

Would this work at your institution?

Wallace Community College has transformed instruction, leading to better completion rates. Here’s what campus leaders have learned from the process.

'Tis the season for interviews: http://www3.forbes.com/leadership/10-questions-you-should-never-ask-in-a-job-interview/?...
02/22/2016
10 Questions You Should Never Ask In A Job Interview

'Tis the season for interviews: http://www3.forbes.com/leadership/10-questions-you-should-never-ask-in-a-job-interview/?kwp_0=89428&utm_campaign=10-questions-you-should-never-ask-in-a-job-interview&utm_source=FacebookTest1&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=3&kwp_4=459514&kwp_1=257406

Career experts agree that asking questions during a job interview is the best way to determine whether the organization is the right fit for you. Questions are also a great way to show the employer that you've done your homework and that you're enthusiastic about the job opportunity. Howev

American Association of Community Colleges
02/09/2016
American Association of Community Colleges

American Association of Community Colleges

President Barack Obama will propose a $2.5 billion tax credit over five years for businesses that invest in programs at local community colleges and hire their graduates, administration officials said on Friday.

Colleges can save America–community colleges, that is
02/09/2016
Colleges can save America–community colleges, that is

Colleges can save America–community colleges, that is

As fingers point at the institutions and government, bemoaning the state of higher education and searching for a scapegoat, one existing solution sits right in front of our noses.

might be an interesting way to involve  parents in community colleges....
02/09/2016
Volunteer ‘Pushy Moms’ help community college students transfer to four-year schools - The...

might be an interesting way to involve parents in community colleges....

NEW YORK — On a rainy December afternoon, Eren Ozsar sat hunched over his laptop in a crowded Starbucks on the Upper East Side. He peered intently at the screen as he clicked through the admissions office site for Columbia University’s School of General Studies. “Is there any way to determine what y…

Inside Higher Ed
02/09/2016
Inside Higher Ed

Inside Higher Ed

A new study asserts that increased student aid, not faculty salaries or state cutbacks, drives prices higher.

Eastern outlines new cuts; layoffs, furlough may be ahead
01/26/2016
Eastern outlines new cuts; layoffs, furlough may be ahead

Eastern outlines new cuts; layoffs, furlough may be ahead

CHARLESTON -- The president of Eastern Illinois University on Monday warned of potentially hundreds of layoffs and furlough time for employees if the State of Illinois' budget stalemate continues much

North Carolina to Create a Student Success Center with New $500,000 Grant
01/21/2016
North Carolina to Create a Student Success Center with New $500,000 Grant

North Carolina to Create a Student Success Center with New $500,000 Grant

RALEIGH – Jobs for the Future (JFF) is pleased to announce the launch of five new Student Success Centers, supported by a $2.5 million investment from The Kresge Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The investment will help more low-income students, students of color, and first-genera…

Chronicle of Higher Education
01/15/2016
Chronicle of Higher Education

Chronicle of Higher Education

The university is, among other things, trying to cut down on the cost of its central administration:

Inside Higher Ed
01/12/2016
Inside Higher Ed

Inside Higher Ed

A community college in Washington State increasingly relies on international student revenue, but some faculty worry it is moving away from its mission of serving local residents.

Inside Higher Ed
12/09/2015
Inside Higher Ed

Inside Higher Ed

After a year studying presidents and chancellors, Scott Newman describes the characteristics he believes help college and university chief executives succeed.

Inside Higher Ed
12/07/2015
Inside Higher Ed

Inside Higher Ed

"In the community college world, most students aren’t coddled; many are dangerously close to economic disaster. It’s hard to focus on homework and exams when you need to find a warm place to sleep that night." (Essay)

Right in time for or budget and finance course . . . . .
11/05/2015
Interactive: Tuition and Fees at Thousands of Colleges

Right in time for or budget and finance course . . . . .

The College Board has released its annual report on college prices. Browse the charges at more than 3,100 colleges and universities, with historical data to 1998.

10/28/2015

Passing through Shelby, NC...hello Chris and LaCosta!

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