PA community colleges, State System universities sign statewide ‘reverse transfer’ agreement Initiative allows former community college students to obtain associate’s degree with credits they’ve already earned Harrisburg – Students who began their studies at a community college in Pennsylvania before transferring to a university within Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education might already have earned […]
On March 3, 2016, the PA Commission for Community Colleges testified before the Pennsylvania House Appropriations Committee. Our written testimony is available here.
For Immediate Release February 9, 2016 Pennsylvania’s Community Colleges Applaud Proposed Increase in College Funding HARRISBURG— The leaders of Pennsylvania’s 14 public community colleges are applauding Governor Wolf’s 2016-17 budget proposal, which recommends increased operating funds for the colleges over current levels. The additional funding will help the colleges to serve the educational and workforce […]
Pennsylvania’s Community College Caucus, together with the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges, held a joint press conference at the state Capitol building today to celebrate Pennsylvania’s first-ever “Pennsylvania Community College Completion Challenge (PAC4) Week,” observed from October 19-23, 2015.
A panel representing Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges testified before a House Subcommittee on Technical Education and Career Readiness at Reading Area Community College Thursday, sharing how the community colleges are providing Pennsylvanians with access to affordable, high-quality postsecondary workforce training that offers students several pathways to careers and is aligned with industry needs.
The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges (PACCC) elected new offers to its Executive Committee at the Commission’s Annual Meeting on April 13 in Harrisburg.
Two community college students from Pennsylvania – Rachel Lee from Reading Area Community College (RACC) and Aaron Rosengarten from Northampton Community College (NCC) – are among 20 students nationwide who have been named to the 2015 All-USA Community College Academic Team by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
Hundreds of students, trustees, faculty and staff from Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges joined together at the Capitol today to advocate an adequate funding level in the upcoming FY 15-16 budget as part of the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges’ annual Lobby Day.
The Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges honored the 21st Annual All-Pennsylvania Academic Team at an awards banquet on Monday, April 13 in Harrisburg. The awards recognize an exceptional group of community college students who have achieved excellence and demonstrated a commitment to their colleges and communities.
March 19, 2015 Testimony Senate Appropriations Committee FY 15-16 Community College Appropriations Elizabeth A. Bolden, President & CEO, PA Commission for Community Colleges Dr. Nick Neupauer, President, Butler County Community College and Chair of the Board, PA Commission for Community Colleges Dr. Ann Bieber, President, Lehigh Carbon Community College Good afternoon Chairman Browne, Chairman […]