Quincy College News
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- Quincy College foundation to honor priest from Quincy - The Patriot Ledger
The Quincy College Trust, a nonprofit foundation established to receive charitable donations, scholarship and endowment funds in support of Quincy College, will ...
- Quincy College to train future aquaculture workers - The Boston Globe
Students will have the chance to gain and sharpen the skills they need to work in the aquaculture industry through a program Quincy College is introduc ...
- Quincy College adds aquaculture program in Plymouth - The Patriot Ledger
The college says it will be a first-of-its-kind for-credit program. It says the program, focused on oyster production, will combine hands-on practical science and bus ...
- High school students will be able to earn Quincy College credits online - The Patriot Ledger
High school students who are ready for college-level work will soon be able to take online U.S. history courses and receive credits from Quincy College. The nonprofit ...
- Quincy college student steps to help woman having heart attack at New Orleans convention - Herald-Whig
. By Matt Hopf . Posted: Jul. 19, 2016 10:00 am Updated: Jul. 19, 2016 10:44 am. QUINCY -- Jordan Dietrich remembers her phone battery had little power ... ...
- David McCarthy appointed to Quincy College Board of Governors - The Patriot Ledger
QUINCY – Quincy native David McCarthy has been appointed to the Quincy College Board of Governors. McCarthy has more than 32 years of experience in security managemen ...
- OUR OPINION: Quincy College should become a four-year school - The Patriot Ledger
Quincy College needs only two more votes in the Legislature to become a four-year college that grants baccalaureate degrees. We strongly urge the House and the Senate to ge ...
- Quincy College - Plymouth, Quincy & Online - Metro.us
- Plymouth, Quincy & OnlineMetro.usIn as little as two years at , you can learn more to earn more. delivers the highest return on your education inve ...
- Body found in Connecticut River identified as man accused of killing Quincy College professor - Boston.com
The body found in the Connecticut River on Monday afternoon has been identified as the man who allegedly stabbed a Quincy College professor to death, according to the Northwest District Attorney's office. The body of Tyler Hagmaier, 24, of Plymouth ...Body Pulled From River ID'd as Suspect in Professor's DeathABC NewsBody pulled from C ...
- Plymouth: Murder Suspect Indicted in Stabbing Death of Quincy College Professor - 95.9 WATD-FM (blog)
24-year-old Taylor Hagmaier was indicted by a Plymouth County Grand Jury today (Friday) in the stabbing death of Vibeke Rasmussen, a Quincy College professor, according to Plymouth County DA Tim Cruz. Rasmussen was found in her apartment at 7 ...Man who may have killed himself indicted for Plymouth murder ...
- Slain Quincy College professor remembered at vigil by friends, colleagues - Wicked Local
PLYMOUTH – Dr. Vibeke Rasmussen enjoyed a distinguished career as a chiropractor long before she moved to town, but it was her more recent years as a professor at Quincy College that ...
- Man accused of killing Quincy College professor has history of violence, mental illness, authorities say - Boston.com
wwlp.comThe man accused of stabbing a Quincy College professor to death in Plymouth last week has a history of mental health issues and violent assaults, The Boston Globe reported. Authorities have been searching for Tyler Hagmaier, 24, since Friday — the ...Quincy man sought in neighbor's death was on probation for 2011 attackWorcester TelegramMan ...
- Police hunt for suspect in killing of Quincy College professor - The Boston Globe
PLYMOUTH — Professor Vibeke Rasmussen always showed up for her teaching job at Quincy College in Plymouth, where she joined the adjunct faculty seven years ago. When she didn't report for class Friday morning, the school called Rasmussen's ...Slain Quincy College professor remembered as the 'salt of the ear ...
- Quincy College hosting forum on substance abuse - The Patriot Ledger
QUINCY – Quincy College will host a panel discussion on substance abuse and the opiate crisis with Mayor Thomas Koch, Quincy police Lt. Patrick Glynn and othe ...
- Quincy College offers free financial aid advice and help - Enterprise News
QUINCY – Quincy College will offer free one-on-one financial aid advice and help with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid application form on Feb. 27 at the ...
The Online Education Initiative will greatly expand course offerings for community college students, while making the transfer process between institutions much more smooth. The Initiative has its critics, however, who decry the loss of local control over education.
A recent study reveals that job applicants with a credential or associate’s degree from a community college have slightly better chances of getting a job interview than students who attend a for-profit college or university. Since community colleges are much more budget friendly than for-profit institutions and have much better job placement results, community colleges are a much better option for employment-minded students.
After City College of San Francisco loses its accreditation, other community colleges in the state are facing warnings, sanctions and possible loss of accreditation as well.