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Career College Central Summary:

  • Here’s a puzzle. Enrollment continued to decline at public community colleges this 2014-15 academic year, but not so much at private, for-profit ones. Of course, the for-profit colleges offer not only two-year degrees, but also four-year and graduate ones too. But they’re both drawing from a similar pool of older, low-income students. So you’d expect these two types of institutions to experience similar trends.
  • The...
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Career College Central Summary:

  • Daniel Albrecht has been through a lot to get where he is today. He's a cancer survivor, wounded combat military veteran, father of three, successful business owner and now Globe University graduate. Daniel attended the Woodbury campus where he was in the business administration program and says he was attracted to the size of the school.
  • "I liked the location and the small class sizes," he says. "I attended a...
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Career College Central Summary:

  • While high school students are all about what college they want to get into, a new report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center looks at how many actually finish —and the outcomes vary widely by type of school.
  • This new research released Tuesday looks at the six-year paths of first-time students enrolled in college in 2008. It draws on a database that tracks 96 percent of the nation's total college...

The 7 Biggest Challenges of Adult Learners

Our list of the fears, misnomers and realities of being an adult student. 

By Jenni Valentino, Contributing Writer 
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Student Success Story: Ashley Derry

For Ashley Derry, a 2007 graduate of the Danville, Kentucky Campus, being a “people person” is vital to her job working as the assistant food and beverage director of Danville Country Club.

“I’m really great with people. We have 297 members here, and I know everybody by name,” she said with a smile. 

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