Friday, May 7, 2010

NEWS LINKS | May 7, 2010

SBCTC NEWS LINKS | Articles about – and of interest to – Washington state community and technical colleges




CBC’s jazz choir dominates festival

Tri-City Herald - atomictown, May 7, 2010


Running Start:  High school juniors and seniors attend college tuition-free

Seniors Yatziri “Natalie” Magana and Jorge Moreno are years ahead of their high school peers and closer to achieving their college degrees, thanks to the Running Start program at Columbia Basin College.

Tú Decides, May 7, 2010




Tuition to rise at Peninsula College, other community colleges

Peninsula Daily News, May 7, 2010


Washington community college tuition to go up 7 percent

The per credit charge at Lower Columbia College in Longview will increase from $81 to about $86, said college spokeswoman Sue Groth.

The Daily News, May 7, 2010


Centralia College Students Set to Shell Out More Cash for Classes

KELA AM, May 7, 2010





Career-Service Centers Strive to Help the Class of 2010—and 2009, and 2008

Chronicle of Higher Education, May 2, 2010

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Kaplan University: A For-Profit Take On Education

National Public Radio, May 6, 2010




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