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Harry Williams, CEO of TMCF, stands with Patricia Sims, president of Drake State Community & Technical College, and Kemba Chambers, president of Trenholm State Community College. All three Black leaders are smiling.

A ‘Perfect Marriage’

A group of historically Black community colleges is joining the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Leaders of the often-overlooked institutions say the move will bring them new and much-needed resources.

Students walk on a tree-lined Northridge campus in the Austin Community College District.

A ‘Bold’ Approach to Community College Funding

Texas community college leaders and advocates eagerly await a new outcomes-based funding model for their institutions.

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Israel vs. Palestine, on Rate My Professors?

Two Jewish math professors say they asked for Zionist programming after seeing Palestinian programming on campus. Now, they suggest someone at the college “leaked” their request, leading to retaliation.

Leeza Fernand, an administrator at Northern Virginia community college, stands below a large, red lantern with her arms outstretched.

Broadening the Fulbright Program’s Reach

Some community college leaders and scholars are advocating for more access to the international educational and cultural exchange program.


Momentum vs. Impediments

Utilizing the Loss/Momentum Framework to understand key points commonly encountered by Ohio students at various phases of their vertical transfer journeys.

Four incarcerated students stand in front of a mural of the Blue Mountain Community College logo at Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution.

A Cost-Saving Measure Raises Concerns for Incarcerated Students

Blue Mountain Community College will no longer run G.E.D. programs at local prisons. Campus leaders say the program isn’t cost-effective. Faculty members are concerned students’ education will be disrupted.

Students walking around on the campus of University of Southern Maine.

An Enrollment Boost and Decline

Enrollment boomed at Maine community colleges after state lawmakers instituted a temporary free college program—but it declined at University of Maine system institutions.

Landscape photograph of North Idaho College's campus.

Playing Chicken With Accreditors

North Idaho College’s board voted last week to nullify the president’s contract, adding more drama to the long-standing governance concerns accreditors have raised.