Browse past news stories for Central Community College in Grand Island, NE.
- Expectations High for 2015 ECCC Diamond Warriors - East Central Community College News
posted on February 3, 2015 at 09:29:28 pm
... outfielders Ben Cooley of South Jones and Reagan Warren of Newton County, pitchers Colby Eaves of Nanih Waiya, Will Myers of Leake Academy and Zach Mowdy of Union; and pitcher/catcher Lane Fazende, a product of P ...
- Central Community College Reacts to Free Tuition - 1011now
posted on January 13, 2015 at 12:02:42 pm
Central Community College's fees typically average around $2,800 or so. "Federal share of the contribution would cover, in concept, almost all of tu ...
- Central Community College Reacts to Free Tuition Proposal - NBC Nebraska
posted on January 13, 2015 at 01:12:31 am
Central Community College's fees typically average around $2,800 or so. "Federal share of the contribution would cover, in concept, almost all of tuition and fees at Central," said Greg Smith, the College President. And struggling students won't object ...Obama announces plan to make community college freeChanute TribuneObama's proposal ...
- ECCC Announces 2015 Spring Evening Class Schedule - East Central Community College News
posted on December 16, 2014 at 08:42:28 pm
In addition to the Spring Evening Term classes, the College is offering two Spring Evening Intensive Terms. Classes for Intensive Term I begin Wednesday, Janua ...
November 05, 2015
More and more, students are choosing to go to community college over traditional four-year universities but community colleges still have a bad reputation. Learn why in this informative article.
September 15, 2015
Short Term Commitment – Long Term Benefits: Three Study-Abroad Options for Community College Students
While study abroad has long been considered an option only for students at four-year colleges and universities, there are actually many options for community college students who would like to experience studying in another country.
August 06, 2015
Recently, a measure passed that allows community colleges in California to offer 4 year degrees. Until now such offerings have been the sole province of other institutions. Now, the game has changed.