Southern Maine Community College News
Browse past news stories for Southern Maine Community College in South Portland, ME.
- Southern Maine Community College - Online Tutors
Hello! I Am A Part Time Nanny/Babysitter. I Love Kids And Have Experience Interacting With All Ages. Daycare Worker- I have ...
- Community college to hold extended hours for On-the-Spot Acceptance Days for admission for Spring Semester
Southern Maine Community College is holding two On-the-Spot Acceptance Days allowing prospective students to complete the entire admissions process for the Spring Semester ...
- Company news: Ronald Cantor named provost & VP of academic affairs at Cayuga Community College
Most recently, he was president of Southern Maine Community College. Cantor earned his doctorate in cultural foundations of ...
- Forecaster Forum: How to increase student success at Southern Maine Community College - The Forecaster
Southern Maine Community College faces no shortage of big topics clamoring to be addressed: enrollment, budget, demographics, accreditation, curriculum, facilities, campus cultu ...
- Southern Maine Community College to Host TEDx Event - Maine Public Broadcasting
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine â€” Maine's largest community college will host an event licensed from the popular TED, or Technology, Entertainment and Design, talks that will focus on the state's changing landscape for young people. Sou ...
- Southern Maine Community College formally opens Brunswick Landing campus - The Forecaster
BRUNSWICK â€” The new midcoast campus of Southern Maine Community College officially opened Nov. 19 with a formal ceremony and commemoration. Students had been atten ...
Make sure you don't become part of a community college "dropout factory" by considering these 10 factors when choosing a community college.
In an effort to compete with for-profit schools, New York community colleges have launched an alliance to offer distance learning to make classes more accessible to students.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the 2019-20 school year for over 14 million college students. Read on to learn the impact of COVID-19 on current students and how colleges around the country are reacting.